Indulge in festive goodies at the final One Farrer Hotel & Spa’s Food Street of 2016.
One Farrer Hotel & Spa’s Food Street is back, this time with their first ever festive edition. Celebrate Christmas early and pamper your taste buds with a slew of lip-smacking delights or sign up for cooking classes, where you will learn how to bake Christmassy cookies and more. Here are five highlights of this must-visit food festival to round off your year!
When: Saturday, 3 December 2016 (11am – 10pm) and Sunday, 4 December 2016 (11am-4pm)
Where: One Farrer Hotel & Spa, 1 Farrer Park Station Road.
Asian-style Christmas turkeys
Aside from good old-fashioned traditional turkey, One Farrer festival-goers can also tuck into the spicy Thai style turkey leg that’s marinated with fragrant Thai spices and herbs plucked straight from the hotel’s farm. Another new addition to the festive feast is the fork-tender, salt-encrusted turkey, which is marinated with farm fresh thyme and oregano, and served with chestnut herbs stuffing, roasted trio potato garden green vegetable medley, cranberry compote and pan gravy.
Festive baking classes
Throwing a Christmas dinner this Yuletide season and want to impress your loved ones? Knock their socks off with the help of insider tips from the hotel’s team of talented chefs. Learn how to bake sweet treats such as Christmas pudding, stollen, cookies, and of course, logcake. Classes will run from 26 November to 18 December and prices start from $80 per person.
All the sweet treats you can find
Pumpkin pie with fluted crust, Milanese Panattone, Christmas churros sprinkled with gingerbread spices…the list of mouth-watering sweets available at One Farrer’s Christmas rendition of Food Street will certainly please dessert lovers all around. Our favourite? The Toffee Kumquat Pudding that’s moist and will make you reach for a second helping.
Explore Tekka Market
Want to know what’s in your food? Join One Farrer’s unique Market to Table programme and embark on an exploratory trip to the nearby Tekka Market, where your guide will highlight interesting ingredients found in Singapore. Then, continue on to an interactive cooking session boasting fresh ingredients from the trip at Origins of Food.
Chomp on hawker fare
What’s a food festival in Singapore without some local fare? Load up on One Farrer’s wet and aromatic Singapore Hokkien Noodle as well as the juicy Pangang Chicken Satay that always attract a crowd. Choose between black and white for your crisp pan-fried carrot cake.