Singapore Restaurant Festival 2017 — Flavours of Singapore

Discover flavours of Singapore from a fresh perspective with the first edition of Singapore Restaurant Festival (SRF) organised by the Restaurant Association of Singapore (RAS).

Featuring special menus and offers at over 200 participating F&B outlets, which means you can enjoy far more cuisines over this three-month period from 1st of July till 30th of September 2017.

In conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival (14 to 30 July 2017), each F&B establishment will highlight a locally-inspired dish for the Singapore Restaurant Festival 2017.


Diners can expect traditional and modern dishes such as Chicken Rice Risotto from Joo Bar, Chilli Crab from Palm Beach Seafood, and Chicken Tikka Pizza from Cali Café and Bar. These dishes will be available throughout the festival at the participating F&B brands below.

  1. Bangkok Jam (Thai)—Battered Seabass Fillet with Sambal Sauce
  2. Barossa (Western)—Singapore Sling
  3. Cali Café and Bar (Western)—Chicken Tikka Pizza
  4. Chui Huay Lim (Teochew Cuisine)—Chinese Teochew Braised Duck
  5. Eatzi Gourmet Bistro (Western)—Nasi Goreng with Prawns & Chicken Satay
  6. E!GHT Korean BBQ (Korean)—Har Jeong-flavoured Mangalitsa pork belly
  7. Equilibrium (Western)—Sambal Chicken Pizza
  8. Fatty Weng Restaurant (Chinese)—Deep Fried Soon Hock Fish
  9. Fremantle Seafood Market (Western)—Singapore Chilli Crab
  10. Goldleaf Restaurant (Chinese)—Goldleaf Prawn Roll
  11. Hua Ting Restaurant (Chinese)—Black Pepper Crab
  12. Hei Sushi (Japanese)—Aburi Moriawase
  13. Hoshino Coffee (Japanese)—Omu Soufflé on Tomato Risotto with Shrimp and Broccoli
  14. Ishizuchi Sake Bar (Japanese)—Chashu Pastilla
  15. Jack’s Place (Western)—Jack’s Sambal Steak
  16. J Café (Local Delights)—Hainanese Chicken Rice
  17. Jin Shan Lou (Chinese)—Fried Fragrant Prawns with Butter and Salted Egg Crumbs
  18. Joo Bar (Korean)—Chicken Rice Risotto
  19. JUMBO Seafood (Chinese)-—JUMBO Award-Winning Chilli Crab
  20. Jumping Jack (Western)—Laksa Slipper Lobster
  21. JPOT (Singaporean-style)—Hot Pot Silky Porridge Soup Base
  22. Katong Kitchen Buffet (International and Peranakan)—Durian desserts
  23. Kazbar (Middle Eastern)—Lebanese Singaporean Cocktail
  24. MUSEO (Asian Fusion)—Crispy Baby Octopus
  25. NG AH SIO Bak Kut Teh (Chinese)—Signature Bak Kut Teh (Premium Spare Ribs)
  26. Omar Shariff Authentic Indian Cuisine (Indian)—Omar Shariff Tandoori Mix Grill Sizzler
  27. Palm Beach Seafood Restaurant (Chinese)—Chilli Crab
  28. Patara Fine Thai Cuisine (Thai)—Morning Glory with Sambal Sauce
  29. Peach Garden (Chinese)—Chilled Black Glutinous Rice with Ice Cream in Young Coconut (Bubur Pulut Hitam)
  30. PuTien (Chinese)—Lor Mee
  31. Restaurant Hoshigaoka (Japanese)—Black Pepper Beef Set
  32. Sakae Sushi (Japanese)—Collagen Hotpot
  33. Sakae Teppanyaki (Japanese)—Premium Sakae Set
  34. Saltwater Buffet (International and Grill)—Rojak
  35. Seoul Yummy (Korean)—Ginseng Chicken Soup
  36. Shio & Pepe Japanese-Italian Kitchen (Fusion)—I Love SG Gelato
  37. Singapore Seafood Republic (Chinese)—Black Pepper Crab
  38. Straits Café Buffet (International and Local)—Laksa
  39. SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Café (Japanese)—Singapore Sling Highball
  40. Supply & Demand (Western)—Maiale Orientale (Pasta)
  41. Swensen’s (Western)—Black Pepper Seafood Pasta
  42. Tandoor (Indian)—Mango Curry
  43. Takujo Japanese Dining (Japanese)—Wagyu Yakimeshi
  44. The Asian Kitchen (Chinese)—Roast Triple Plate
  45. The Banana Leaf Apolo (Indian)—Apolo Fish Head Curry
  46. TFS Private Works (Japanese)—TFS Kueh Pie Tee
  47. The Soup Spoon (Western)—Asian Tofu
  48. The Soup Spoon Union (Western)—Asian Tofu
  49. Tongkang Riverboat Dining (Western)—Singapore Sling
  50. TungLok Heen (Chinese)—Our Laksa
  51. TungLok Seafood (Chinese)—TungLok Chilli Crab
  52. TungLok Signatures (Chinese)—TungLok Soya Chicken
  53. TungLok XiHé Peking Duck (Chinese)—TungLok Curry King Prawns
  54. TungLok Teahouse (Chinese)—Fried Assorted Vegetables served in Yam Ring
  55. Umi + Vino Seafood Wine Bar (Japanese)—Trio of Asian Sliders
  56. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant (Chinese)—Singapore Chilli Crab with Merlion Mantou
  57. Yum Cha Restaurant (Chinese)—Chilli Prawn Balls


Highlights of SRF 2017 Events

The line-up of special events for the Singapore Restaurant Festival 2017 is outstanding, from the opportunity to taste popular local dishes and win lucky draw prizes to unique new events featuring talented home cooks to complete in a star chef competition.

1. Salted Egg Shiok’ campaign via – Post a photo of any salted egg dishes in Singapore from July to December 2017 to the ‘shiok-o-meter’ by hashtagging #saltedeggshiok and stand a chance to win prizes in the grand lucky draw, including additional prizes from bi-monthly polls on the website.

2. Star Chef Competition (Home Edition) 2017 – Open to all contestants between the age of 21 years old and 38 years old with no professional experience in kitchen operations.

  • Each team of two (total 16 teams) are expected to prepare an appetiser (seafood, hot/cold), and a main course (meat/poultry).
  • A nominal competition fee of $53.50 per person includes access to equipment and a full pantry, as well as a pre-competition masterclass with one of the judges Chef Eric Low, will be held on 12 August 2017 from 9am to 1pm at the Asian Culinary Institute.
  • The competition will be held on 26 August 2017 from 8am to noon and 1pm to 5pm at the Asian Culinary Institute in Paya Lebar.
  • Teams stand to win cash prizes worth $500 (Champion), $300 (First Runner Up), and $200 (Second Runner Up), and walk away with a certificate.
  • Entry to Star Chef Competition –

3. Discounted Dining Vouchers – DBS and POSB card members can purchase dining vouchers at a special price of $70/set (total value worth $100) from selected restaurant outlets and can be used at any participating restaurants.


For full details of the Singapore Restaurant Festival 2017, please visit the official website at

Related Links and Websites

Singapore Restaurant Festival

Restaurant Association of Singapore

Singapore Tourism Board

Your Singapore

Singapore Chefs Association





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