10 Local Fusion Dishes Around Town From $3.50 Including Kaya Cruffins And Sambal Ang Ku Kueh
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10 Local Fusion Dishes Around Town From $3.50 Including Kaya Cruffins And Sambal Ang Ku Kueh

4th September 2021

SFF local fusion dishes at CapitaLand City Malls


The Singapore Food Festival is a celebration of the best flavours and culinary traditions our little island has to offer, and CapitaLand City Malls has joined in the fun this season. Take a trip around CapitaLand City Malls and Explore The City through these 10 local fusion dishes, including sambal ang ku kueh, ondeh ondeh souffle pancakes, and more!


1. Sambal Ang Ku Kueh


ji xiang ang ku kueh - fusion sambal ang ku kuehImage credit: Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh

If you’ve tried Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh’s rainbow ang ku kueh and loved it, here’s something new for you to order at the Singapore Food Festival. The ang ku kueh specialists have created a Sambal Ang Ku Kueh ($3.50), generously stuffed with their very own, house-made sambal.

These ang ku kueh are only available for preorder on their website at least a day before collection. They’ll only be sold over the counter if there are extras, while stocks last.

Address: 235 Victoria Street, Bugis Street, Singapore 188027
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 5pm
Tel: 9888 8500
Website


2. Satay & Curry Chicken K-BBQ


bugis+ jinjjia korean bbq - satay & curry chicken fusion kbbq

For Korean BBQ with a local twist, head to Jinjjia Korean BBQ at Bugis+! The All You Can Eat Korean BBQ ($16.99 for lunch, $25.99 for dinner) now includes two new chicken options— Curry, and Satay—that you can enjoy alongside classic K-BBQ faves including bulgogi beef, marinated pork belly, seafood, and more!

bugis+ jinjjia korean bbq - satay & curry chicken fusion kbbq

Enjoy your grilled chicken Ssambap-style with the fresh lettuce leaves that are included in the buffet. You’ll also get 10% off your total bill when you dine here from now till 26 September! Do note that the buffet is no longer self-service, in line with current dining regulations. 

Address: 201 Victoria Street, #04-05, Bugis+, Singapore 188067
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30am to 10pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 8258 0750
Website


3. Chilli Crab Dip with Brioche


providore chilli crab briocheImage credit: The Providore

If you hate the mess of peeling crab, consider The Providore at Raffles City for your next brunch date for something familiar, yet new. The Smokey Chili Crab Dip With Sesame Bread Stick And Warm Mini Brioche ($23.50++) is a classy take on the famed local delight, featuring a house-made chilli gravy that’s full of peeled crab meat. It’s served with bread sticks and eggy brioche buns━a change from the usual fried man tou!

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #01-22A, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6221 7056
Website


4. Pandan Coconut Cake


tarte by cheryl koh fusion tarts - coconut pandan cake, lime chantilly tart

Tarte By Cheryl Koh makes some pretty good tarts, and this Singapore Food Festival, they’ve come up with two all-new, limited edition fusion creations that imbue some classic, local ingredients. The Lime and Mixed Herb Chantilly Tart ($52) is a refreshing, bright and citrusy take on a typical lemon meringue tart. It’s lightly perfumed with lemongrass, basil, and mint, topped with edible flowers for a summery finish.

Their second creation is the Pandan Coconut Saint Honoré Cake ($60), which marries a traditional French cake with Singaporean flavours. A Saint Honoré cake, invented in 1847, comprises a base of puff pastry, topped with choux puffs drizzled in caramel, and creme Chiboust, AKA pastry cream that’s lightened with the addition of Italian meringue. Here, the Chiboust cream is enriched with coconut, the choux are piped with pandan cream, and a gula melaka caramel ties it all together.

Each of these serves four to six generously, and is only available for preorders. They’ll only be making 25 lime tarts and 15 pandan cakes daily. 

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-46, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 8pm
Tel: 6235 3225
Website


5. Kaya Cruffin


dal.komm coffee kaya cruffin pandan latte

Pandan is a flavour that’s very quintessentially Singaporean, and dal.komm COFFEE infuses this into not one, but two items that you can have together. The Kaya Cruffin with Vanilla Ice Cream ($7.50) sees a warm, buttery pastry topped with kaya and butter, reimagining our favourite kaya toast in this fusion delight. Pair this with the Pandan Latte (from $7), which comes in a dual-layered drink of milky green and brown, for a complete meal. 

Address: 107 North Bridge Road, #03-17, Funan, Singapore 179105
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website


6. Shrimp Tonkotsu Ramen with Wonton


tonkotsu kazan fusion ramen - shrimp tonkotsu wanton ramenImage credit: Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen

Hae mee meets ramen, zhnged-up with wonton at Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen for a local fusion dish that will warm your heart. The Shrimp Wanton Ramen ($13.80) spotlights a shrimp tonkotsu broth, rich with the flavours of pork and prawn, paired with QQ ramen, and silky smooth wontons stuffed with succulent chunks of prawn.

Address: 107 North Bridge Road, #B1-23, Funan, Singapore 179105
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8757 7157
Website


7. Kong Bak Quesadillas


capital kitchen - singapore food festival 2021Image credit: Capital Kitchen

The party nights at Zouk haven’t happened in a while, but head to Capital Kitchen for dinner in the club, and relive some of your best memories while you’re at it. For the Singapore Food Festival, resident mixologist Ashwin Raj has concocted three cocktails: Kopi-O Fashioned, Limau Ice, and Pineapple Tart Cocktail━flavours that are sure to remind 90’s kids of childhood. Priced at $20++ each, these drinks pair perfectly with a trio of Har Cheong Gai Sliders ($12++), Kong Bak Quesadillas ($18++), and a Kaya Tart ($10++) for undeniably Singaporean flavours.

Address: 3C River Valley Road, #01-06, Block C, The Cannery, Singapore 179022
Opening hours: Tues-Sat 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 9006 8793
View menu here


8. Flambe Bak Kut Teh


mimi restaurant - flambe bak kut tehImage credit: Mimi Restaurant

If you’re one for the theatrics, pay a visit to Mimi Restaurant at The Riverhouse in Clarke Quay. The modern Chinese restaurant literally sets your order of Bak Kut Teh ($18++) on fire at the table, so be careful not to get too close! You get to choose if you want it soupy or dry, but either way, it’ll be doused in rose wine and flambéed for that final pizzazz.

Address: 3A River Valley Road, #01-02, Block C, The Riverhouse Level 2, Singapore 179020
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 6pm to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 8879 0688
Website


9. Ondeh Ondeh Souffle Stackers


typhoon cafe fusion dish - ondeh ondeh souffle pancakes

Another pandan dessert you can add to your list this SFF 2021 is the Ondeh Ondeh Souffle Stackers ($19.90++) at Typhoon Café! These jiggly pancakes are available at both the Plaza Singapura and Bugis+ outlets, but it’s only counted as an SFF exclusive item at Plaza Singapura━so take note if you’re chalking up those STAR$, or gunning for the limited edition tote bag!

Here, the pandan souffle pancakes are prepared to order, paired with vanilla bean ice cream and lots of fresh desiccated coconut that’s topped with palm sugar. The gula melaka syrup comes on the side, so you can drizzle as little, or as much, as you like.

If you’re headed to the Bugis+ outlet, the SFF fusion special is an Exclusive Local Delights Set Menu ($19.90++), which gets you a Typhoon Egg Fried Rice, a slice of Ondeh Ondeh Cake, and a bubble milk tea with pearls!

Address: 68 Orchard Road, #04-63/67, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6884 5423
Website


10. Satay Chicken Pizza


arteastiq - satay pizzaImage credit: Arteastiq 

Arteastiq De Patio at Plaza Singapura presents a fusion Satay Chicken Pizza ($25) this Singapore Food Festival, where chonky pieces of chicken, marinated satay-style, sit on a pizza base alongside slices of cucumber and onion. It’s also slathered with the requisite peanut sauce for that unmistakable satay combination.

Address: 68 Orchard Road, #03-70/72, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6336 0951
Website


Try these local fusion dishes at CapitaLand City Malls


We’ve spotlighted 10 local fusion dishes that you can try at these participating F&B outlets, but there are so many more for you to discover! With more than 40 participating F&B outlets across CapitaLand City Malls with various new dishes, deals, and workshops that you can enjoy, there’s definitely something for everyone. 

Receive a limited edition Singapore Food Festival Tote Bag when you collect three receipts from any of the F&B outlets participating in the Singapore Food Festival before 12 September. Each receipt must include a Singapore Food Festival-exclusive deal or item. This is only valid for the first 250 redemptions at each of the Customer Service Counters at Bugis Junction, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City. 

If you’re a CapitaStar member, you’ll also receive five times the usual STAR$ with a minimum spend of $5 at any of the F&B outlets in Bugis Town, Clarke Quay, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City! 

At Plaza Singapura and Raffles City, you’ll also be entitled to a $10 eCapitaVoucher when you spend more than $120 in a single receipt at any F&B outlet. 

Find out more about the Explore The City Food Hunt here!

Photos taken by Chew Yi En.
This post was brought to you by CapitaLand City Malls, in conjunction with Singapore Food Festival.

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