6 Reasons Why You Should Visit Singaporean Street Food Festival @Sheraton-Grand, Bengaluru


Sheraton Grand-Feast, is featuring a gastronomical journey Lau Pa Sat (Singapore Street Food Festival). I was hosted for bloggers table and felt very lucky to savor authentic Singaporean cuisine.


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About Sheraton Grand:
The Sheraton group of hotels has their outlet called the Sheraton Bangalore hotel at Brigade Gateway. It aims at providing fine hospitality services to the city’s residents. Located at 26/1, Dr.Rajkumar Road, Malleswaram, Rajijinagar it stands beside the biggest shopping mall, Metro Cash and Carry of the city and is connected to it through the sky walks. Also placed near the IT center of the city it is easily reachable for all the techy geeks of the city.

Feast, the buffet restaurant at sheraton, serves various buffets one after the other.  The extraordinary interiors show you richness in the atmosphere and the environment. 


1. Singapore is a melting pot of diverse cultures and so is the food enjoy the king size buffet with a mixture of Singaporean favorites comprising array of Malay, Thai, Indonesian, Chinese and Indian cuisine


Ambiance was very colorful decorated with paper lanterns, Chinese umbrellas, spices and various ingredeints...

2. Singaporean Street Food Festival is a haven for Foodies get ready to explore all the ingredients used in the festival. Various herbs, spices, curry powder, sambal paste, noodles, soya sauces and rice are shipped from Singapore for this festival. If any doubts do not hesitate to ask questions...chefs and staff are delighted to help.

Chef  So Chai Huan
3. Chef So Chai Huan and Chef Cheam Boon Yuan guest chefs from JW Marriott Singapore are here to amaze you with a variety of Singaporean classic dishes at Feast.

I asked the chef what is Lau Pa Sat?
Chef  So Chai Huan said the historic market Lau Pa Sat offers a winning combination of graceful colonial architecture, a longstanding heritage and delicious food, the area is so famous for street food hawkers it is a must visit place when in Singapore.

Salad Counter
 Salads: Gado Gado, Seafood Salad, Achar and Rojak. 

4. Soups and Salads prepared the Singaporean way has a lot of Chinese, Thai and European influence. Salty, crunchy and herbal flavors and taste are sure to tickle your taste buds.



From the salads my pick was the gado gado prepared with boiled potatoes, fried tofu and shrimp crackers dressed with a tangy peanut sauce.


Bak Kut Chicken Soup


Laksa Soup

My Picks from the soups were the Bak Kut Chicken Soup and Laksa Soup. Bak Kut soup was almost like a herbal tea soup with soothing and tasty. 

Laksa had the perfect amount of curry flavor and coconut milk. I added egg noodles, boiled eggs, crispy pork, tofu and topped it with coriander and lime juice it was superb.

Live Counter

5. Enjoy Scrumptious grills from the live counters. Apart from grills place your order for Hainanese Chicken Rice, Kuih Pie Tee and Popoiah indulge in traditional Singaporean flavors.



Live counter served a variety of grilled meats like spicy grilled sambal basa, sambal prawns, crispy thread chicken and crispy, sweet and spicy oatmeal chicken...


Spicy grilled sting ray

  Crispy thread chicken

 Sambal Prawns

Crispy Oatmeal Chicken

My picks from the grills were the grilled sting ray, sambal prawns and thread sesame chicken.

Mains
6. Singaporean street food is a meat lovers haven. One can enjoy chicken, mutton, pork and fish, served grilled, braised, stir fried and slow cooked with various herbs and spices the flavors and taste are so unique not over powering at the same time.
   
Chilly and Black Pepper Mix Seafood

Stir Fried Terderloin with Sambal

Sweet and Sour Pork

Lamb and Potato in Creamy Coconut Curry

Shrimp Paste Crispy Chicken with Braised Noodles

Chap Chye (Mixed Vegetable Stew)

Stir Fried Bok Choy in Chilly Garlic Sauce

Seasonal Mixed Vegetables with Crispy Tofu in Creamy Sauce

Mee Goreng,  Sea Food Fried Rice and Fried Hokkien Mee...

Kokum Mojito Served at the table...


From the mains I enjoyed the sweet and sour pork the combination of pineapple with pork is always awesome. Next was the curry lamb with parota. Lamb was tender cooked to perfection the coconut curry sauce was awesome with roti and parota. Third item was the mee goreng very tasty had to go back for second serve.

Mee Goreng

Desserts

Dessert selection was decent. There was a combination of Singaporean classic desserts, pastries, cakes and Icecream. I happen to choose Chocolate cake and Chocolate Icecream.



What are you waiting for indulge in Singapore's iconic dishes like Gado Gado, Seafood Salad, Rojak, Chilli Crab, Singaporean Chicken Curry, Cereal Prawn Mee Goreng, Fried Hokkien Mee and a lot more!

Where: Feast, Sheraton Grand Bangalore Hotel at Brigade Gateway
When: 21st to 30th April 2017
Cost: Lunch@ INR 1545 plus taxes
Dinner@ INR 1695 plus taxes
Contact: 080-42521000


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