50 Cents for a Variety of Local food in Bite-sized portions!

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Source: Chinatown Food Street


50 Cents for a variety of local food in bite-sized portions!

The 50 Cents Fest is part of the Singapore Food Festival 2017, where it will take you down to Singapore’s street hawker scene in the 1980s. Be ready to relive childhood memories with 80s classic games, XinYao performances, old school radio station and be insta-ready for loads of photo opportunities along with the wide variety of heritage food at as little as 50 cents!



Feast on various heritage dishes and popular dialect recipes such as the Kong Bak Pau, Hakka Abacus Seed, Rickshaw Noodle, UFO (Fried Oyster Cake), Hakka Abacus Seed, Red Glutinous Wine Chicken, Teochew Ah Balling, Ice Ball and more!


Save this post to refer back to this menu when you visit on the 29th/30th!


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Source: The 50 Cents Fest


There are games too?


Yes! 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 both young and old! Challenge your friends to a game of hopscotch or dedicate a song to your ah gong or ah ma from the old radio station. Buy all the gem biscuit you want from the mama shops! The activities are endless!


For more information, head to their Facebook Event Page

Event Venue:

Chinatown Food Street, Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore

Event Dates:
29 July 2017, Saturday: 12pm – 11pm
30 July 2017, Sunday: 11am – 11pm

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