The second instalment of World Street Food Congress is back and this time round, there are three parts to it! Organised by Makansutra, there will be a Dialogue-Hackathon, a Jamboree and also the WSF Awards.
For all you foodies out there, be prepared for a time of feasting at the WSF Jamboree which is held from 8th to 12th April at the open field opposite Parco Bugis. It is open to the public and you can expect to try street food at 23 stalls from 12 cities! The top street food vendors and award winning chefs come from USA, Bolivia, India, Indonesia, Vietname, Germany, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and of course Singapore. With prices starting as low as $4.50, you can be certain that it will not burn a hole in your pocket. Payment is via NETS Flashpay, NETS or credit card.
Here are some of the dishes that will be available, just to whet your appetite a little.
The Jamboree will also include Masterclass street-style demonstrations and recipes from chefs like William Wongso and Peter Lloyd will also be shared. So what are you waiting for? Start making plans to head down to Bugis because you simply do not want to miss this!
Now that we have your attention, let us inform you of the Dialogue-Hackthorn that is taking place on the 8th and 9th April. With the theme “Empowerment, Engagement and Enterprise”, Mr K F. Seetoh, founder of Makansutra and creator and curator of WSFC believes that it will be a time of networking, knowledge sharing and business opportunities.
Among some of the speakers is Stephen Werther, a retail visionary and Founder and CEO of PORTICO. He has plans to open Bourdain Market this year in New York, so it would be a good opportunity to hear what they involve.
Besides him, Peter Lloyd, Executive Chef of Spice Market London, will also be speaking. Having travelled around Asia to gather inspiration for the Spice Market London menu, I am sure he will have many insights to share with us.
How will the Dialogue-Hackathon be conducted? There will be open floor, town hall style discussions with the audience and delegates and global issues, ideas and opportunities are some of the topics that will likely be raised. Selected delegates even have the opportunity to pitch their ideas and possibly raise funds, develop ideas and resolve issues.
We are all raving to go for the World Street Food Congress happening this coming April and if you are as excited as we are, we will catch you there!
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