RWS Street Eats is back. Highlights include Lobster Nasi Lemak and famous Thai Pig Trotter Rice

Popular food event RWS Street Eats, organised by Resorts World Sentosa is back again this year. Last year, the even attracted more than 100,000 visitors, and the 10-day event is expected to be just as – if not more – popular this year.

The event will be held from 3 to 12 May 2019 at the Malaysian Food Street at RWS, and features hawker stalls scoured from the streets around the region, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Taiwan.

You can look forward to a total of 24 stalls, including 14 new ones that are specially brought in for this year’s RWS Street Eats.

Some of the overseas stalls to look forward to during this limited period that you should certainly check out include:

  • Projek Nasi Lemak (Penang, Malaysia): Crafted by third generation hawkers, the stall offers a variety of nasi lemak such as assam Fish Nasi Lemak and Eggplant Nasi Lemak, but their most famous creation is probably the Lobster Nasi Lemak. The generous serving of lobster and very fragrant rice aren’t just delectable but also makes for a feast for the eyes.
  • Waroeng Kita (Jakarta, Indonesia): You have to try their delicious East Javanese style Ayam Penyet Belado (smashed fried chicken with spicy sambal)
  • Zong Khamoo (Bangkok, Thailand): this 40-year-old institution is famous for its Pork Trotter Rice that draws long queues every day
  • Mama Tom Yum Noodle (Rayong Province, Thailand): Instant noodles in sour, spicy Tom Yum Goong? It’s absolute comfort food and Avenue One‘s personal favourite!
  • San Wei Qiao (Kaohsiung, Taiwan): You may always associate foods like fried chicken cutlet and bubble tea with Taiwanese street food, but we urge you to give this traditional Bamboo Sticky Rice (筒仔米糕) a try.  It’s glutinous rice drenched in a thick, delicious sauce, topped with succulent meat, and we assure you that it’s very satisfying
  • Mee Lang (Taichung, Taiwan): If you had the chance to visit them in Taiwan, you’ll know that it’s always packed. People queue for their signature Dan Zai Noodles (擔仔麵), a tasty minced pork and shrimp noodle with flavourful soup that is simmered for hours – and you can now find it at RWS Street Eats

Scroll through our Instagram carousel below to see some highlights from the pop-up event:

On top of these famous stalls from the region, you can also find a creation by Top Chef Vietnam 2014 finalist – Chef Cam Thien Long (also known as Chef Steven Long) who has return to RWS Street Eats for the third time. He will whip up his signature Beef Noodle Pho that features springy noodles, comforting, savoury broth, and tender slices of beef – an absolute crowd-pleaser at the past two editions of RWS Street Eats.

Apart from traditional street food, you can also find modern eats at the event, such as handmade floral jelly cakes from Wishing Upon a Cake, freshly made churros with gourmet sauces by Churros Republic, as well as Mango Sticky Rice Soft Serve by The Wicked Cream Co, which is exclusive to RWS Street Eats.

Entry to RWS Street Eats is free. The event runs from now till 12 May and is open from 10am to 9pm from Mondays to Thursdays, and 9am to 10pm from Fridays to Sundays and on Public Holidays.