There will be 17 stalls at the alfresco-style heritage food and dining spot.
When the Chinatown Food Street reopens next month, Singaporeans will have a new location to visit for their next steamboat and barbecue fix.
Six new ala carte buffet concepts will be introduced and it features Singaporeans’ most-loved steamboats and barbecue cuisines.
They are 老东北烧烤 Chinese BBQ, 牛车水叻沙火锅 Chinatown Laksa Steamboat, 舌尖上麻辣火锅 Mala Steamboat, Hongdae Korean BBQ, Nabemono Shabu Shabu and S88 Mookata Steamboat.
Diners can expect to get more value with free flow dishes, like Sichuan wanton, poached Hainanese chicken and Korean tteokbokki.
Known for its history and rich tradition, the Chinatown Food Street also serves the success stories of its tenants such as Famous Eunos Bak Chor Mee, which originated in the 1920s.
Ex-banker Ler Jiewei is currently the fifth generation hawker for the bak chor mee stall which he took over from his parents. Remaining faithful to the recipe and ingredients, he has gone on to perfect the recipe that was passed down from his great-great grandfather.
All stalls at the Chinatown Food Street will run the ‘Always 99’ thematic promotion for ala carte items between December 2020 and January 2021. The items will cost $0.99, $1.99, $9.90 or other similar price points.
Other promotions diners can look out for include a limited-time-only $9.90 deal for the first 30 customers at each of the new steamboat and barbecue concept during dinner from Dec 1 to Dec 6 and char siew rice from Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck at just $1.99 (U.P. $5.00).
“As an iconic heritage food street in the heart of Chinatown, we want to offer our best local and Asian favourite food experience at an affordable price to Singaporeans as part of the reopening celebration of Chinatown Food Street,” said Miss Rae Ng, senior head of marketing for Select Group, which manages Chinatown Food Street.
“Good food always brings people together and with the unique, nostalgic ambience of the street, we aim to bring joy, community spirit and normalcy back into the Chinatown precinct.”
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