Hawker Hall: A Taste of Singapore in Melbourne

Eat, Melbourne, Restaurants / 19 July 2023

Melbourne’s cherished food and beer hub, Hawker Hall, is gearing up to host the much-loved Singapore Food Festival this July.

Nestled in the vibrant Chapel Street, this festival is known for its dynamic and flavourful menu. On until the end of July, food enthusiasts have the opportunity to experience a taste of Singapore without leaving the country.

A Menu Inspired by Singapore’s Rich Food Culture

Drawing inspiration from Singapore’s rich food culture, the festival’s menu features a selection of classic dishes and limited-edition tropical beverages. First on the list is the ‘Otak-Otak’ Grilled Spiced Fish. This delicacy, wrapped in a banana leaf and served with coconut cream and lime, stands out. Next, the Stir-Fried Radish Cake with Hawker XO sauce promises a delightful blend of textures and flavours.

For the Meat and Seafood Lovers

If you’re a meat lover, the Chargrilled Beef Satay is a treat. It comes with ketupat rice cakes and pickled cucumber. For seafood enthusiasts, the Singapore Seafood Hokkien Mee is a dream come true. This stir-fry of prawn, eggs, calamari, shrimp oil, and chilli sambal will surely satisfy your cravings. Additionally, the Wok-Tossed Singapore-Style Black Pepper Soft Shell Crab, served with spring onion and Chinese doughnut, will leave you wanting more.

Sweet Finishes and Tropical Sips

The festival also offers a sweet finish with the Brulée Coconut & Cassava Cake. Served with coconut ice cream, this dessert beautifully encapsulates the tropical essence of Singapore. On the drinks menu, you can enjoy the classic Singapore Sling, a refreshing cocktail of gin, benedictine, cherry, pineapple, and lime. Alternatively, the Guava Colada, a tropical blend of rum, guava, coconut sorbet, and lime, is also available.

Experience the Lively Street Food Culture of Singapore

The Singapore Food Festival at Hawker Hall is not just about food and drinks. It aims to create an atmosphere that echoes the lively street food culture of Singapore. It offers a chance to gather your friends and family, share a meal, and create memories.

Plan Your Visit

Hawker Hall opens daily from 12pm. While they always welcome walk-ins, they recommend online bookings to ensure you don’t miss out on this unique food experience. For more information, visit Hawker Hall’s website.

So, Melbourne, gear up to experience a slice of Singapore this July at Hawker Hall. You won’t want to miss this food journey.