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SUNDOWN FESTIVAL 2013 SINGAPORE

Angeline Sunday, November 17, 2013 , , ,


Other than the exciting lie-ups of International Artistes, Sundown Festival 2013 Singapore will also be featuring an array of scrumptious foods in Singapore as well as other countries! Here are some of the dishes that will be featured in Sundown Festival 2013 Singapore! Putu piring is a type of round, steamed rice cake with a centre of melted palm sugar, The Bear Bites was first made popular in Taiwan’s Fengjia Night Market, fusing Taiwanese steamed buns with Japanese nuances, melding eastern flavours into the western burger world, Aneka Rasa offered a wide range of Indonesian cuisines such as ayam penyet, bakso, soto, and many other authentic Indonesian cuisines....

SUNDOWN FESTIVAL 2013 SINGAPORE
8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro
Named after Jay Chou’s hit album, 8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro at Tech Chye Terrace caters to a young customer base with its affordable and trendy menu. The menu offers a mix of authentic Taiwanese street food, classic Taiwanese dishes, desserts and bubble teas.


Among the menu, their signature dishes are such as Steamed Pork Belly Rice; rich flavoured stewed pork belly served on a bed of tender short grain rice, 8 Degree Peral Milk Tea; a full body assam red milk tea with pleasingly chewy tapioca pearls. Other popular dishes are Fried Tempura, Fries with Five Spices.
Address: 37 Teck Chye Terrace , Singapore 545734

Aneka Rasa
Aneka Rasa offered a wide range of Indonesian cuisines such as ayam penyet, bakso, soto, and many other authentic Indonesian cuisines.
Address: 400 Orchard Towers #04-15/16 Singapore 238875
Ayam Penyet (smashed fried chicken) is an popular Indonesian dish consisting of fried chicken that is then smashed to make it softer, sambal, cucumbers, fried tofu and tempeh. It is also notoriously known for its spicy sambal, which is made with a mixture of chilli anchovies, tomatoes, onions, garlics, belacan, assam and lime juice. Like its namesake, the mixture is then smashed into a paste to be eaten with the dish.
Bakso is Indonesian meatball or meat paste commonly made from beef with a small quantity of tapioca flour. Bakso are usually served in a bowl of beef broth, with yellow noodles, bihun (rice vermicelli), salted vegetables, tofu, egg (wrapped within bakso), Chinese green cabbage, bean sprout, siomay or steamed meat dumpling, and crisp wonton, sprinkled with fried shallots and celery
Soto, sometimes considered Indonesia’s national dish, is a traditional soup mainly composed of broth, meat and vegetables. It is a common dish, found in many regional variations of Indonesian cuisine. Because it is always served warm with tender texture, in most of Indonesian households it is considered an Indonesian comfort food.
Chopstix n Rice
Chopstix n Rice offers authentic Chinese Cuisine that are popular in China, such as braised duck wing/ feet; and Cold Vegatables in Sauces (凉拌小菜).
Address: 400 Orchard Towers #04-37/38 Singapore 238875
Gold Bridge
Gold Bridge offers a range of Hong Kong / Taiwan snacks such as Tea Leaf Egg; a typical Asian savory food commonly sold as a snack, in which a pre-boiled egg is cracked and then boiled again in tea, sauce and/or spices, Curry Fish Ball; staple street food in Hong Kong that are mildly spicy and very aromatic, Taiwan Sausage, and Corn Cups
 
 
Bear Bites 熊の食
The Bear Bites was first made popular in Taiwan’s Fengjia Night Market. The Taiwanese creator was touring Japan, spotted some Japanese type buns (which resembled our locally seen ‘kong bak pau’) and created his own style with Western-meets-Asian ingredients, fusing Taiwanese steamed buns with Japanese nuances, melding eastern flavours into the western burger world. Each steamed bun bears an iconic paw print complete with 5 claws, representing the Formosan Black Bear, Taiwan's national animal.
Each burger comes with your choice of meat - either Karaage Crispy Chicken or Oishii Fish Fillet - and unlike most burger joints, you actually get to choose your desired flavour of bun! There's the more staid options of Original Milk, Brown Sugar or Whole Grain, and Squid Ink, Yam or Japanese Curry for the adventurous. Top it off with one of six savoury sauces that would just be that finishing touch on your burger. The bun has a healthier addition of fresh lettuce and tomato slice which gives a fresh taste to the burger.
Address: 2 Orchard Link #02-42 *SCAPE Singapore 237978
 
Okonomiyaki
Okonomiyaki offers a range of modern japanese cuisine such as Takoyaki Ball, ball-shaped Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter filled with minced or diced octopus (tako), tempura scraps (tenkasu), pickled ginger, and green onion, finishing of with a specially made takoyaki sauce and mayonnaise. Other dishes offered are such as Japanese Pizza and hotdog waffles.
Okonomiyaki
Japanese Pizza and hotdog waffles
Gebu Putu Piring
Putu piring is a type of round, steamed rice cake with a centre of melted palm sugar. It is a Malay adaptation of an Indian dish, it is a popular local snack. It is made of ground rice flour shaped into circular shapes, with a spoonful of gula Melaka (palm sugar) placed in the centre of the cake
They are topped with slightly salted grated coconut to add a savoury touch to the sweet cake. If the flour was sieved, the putu piring almost melts in the mouth. The lump of gula Melaka melts during the steaming process and oozes out at the first bite.
Putu piring can be eaten hot or cold. It is usually eaten at breakfast but is also served on festive occasions such as during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Goreng Pisang Pontianak
Dendeng
Dendeng’s signature dish is their Deng Deng Burger, a burger with halal Bakkwa (Chinese salty-sweet dried meat product similar to jerky) patty to go with. Their other popular dish is Goreng Pisang Pontianak (fried banana), a popular snack in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore; the banana is battered and then deep fried, and served with a specially made topping.
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