Tuesday, 18 July 2017


Singapore, 13 July 2017 – This July, Singapore Food Festival (SFF) returns to Chinatown Food Street (CFS) for the 4th consecutive year!This 2-day event held on 29 – 30 July 2017 will transport visitors to their happiest childhood moments and younger years through heritage recipes prepared by local hawkers, realistic 80s ambience, interactive 80s games, as well as memory jogging sights and sounds. 

Food and Ambience

As the event transcends into a more advanced era, visitors can also expect a larger and more exciting celebration of Singapore’s culinary heritage at this year’s 50 Cents Fest. Foodies will be thrilled to find a wider selection of nostalgic eats as the entire CFS undergoes an 80s makeover and replays a snippet of Singapore’s 1980s street hawker and bazaar scene live!

They will also get to savour authentic 80s flavours as local hawkers dish out heritage and long-lost dialect recipes such as the Hokkien Rickshaw Noodle, UFO (Fried Oyster Cake), Hakka Abacus Seed, Red Glutinous Wine Chicken, Teochew Ah Balling, Ice Ball and more! Feast with 50 Cents! 

Just like last year, visitors will be able to enjoy the wide variety of heritage food at as little as 50 cents!  More than 40 dishes can be enjoyed at The 50 Cents Fest with more than 20 dishes priced at just 50 cents! Street Fun Not to be missed are also the interactive 80s classic games and pastimes lined along CFS as well as its alleyways. The 50 Cents Fest promises non-stop fun for the young and old as they duel with friends on a game of hopscotch in the side alley, make a mushy song dedication through an old radio station, go biscuit shopping with family at the mama shop and singalong to live Xin Yao performances! 

Don’t miss out on this one-time opportunity to experience 1980s Singapore once again at The 50 Cents Fest, presented by Chinatown Food Street! 

Event Details at a Glance: 
Event Venue: Chinatown Food Street, Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore 29 July 2017, 
Saturday: 12pm – 11pm 30 July 2017, Sunday: 11am – 11pm

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