The team behind halalfoodhunt.com has worked hard in partnership with Singapore Kindness Movement and ieatishootipost to bring to you this 22nd October 2016, an evening of good food, camaraderie and fun at Urban Kampung!
On this day, satay stalls from around the island will compete for the title of the Ultimate Satay Master in a cook-off, reliving the good ol’ days of the Old Satay Club at Queen Elizabeth Walk. Join us for a time of picnic-style get together (and show off your quirky picnic mats), while you enjoy piping hot satay prepared by the Satay Masters.
Who are the contenders?
Stall 1: Haron Satay
Location: Stall 55, East Coast Lagoon Food Village, 1220 East Coast Parkway, 46896
Hours: Everyday 2–11PM, Closed on Monday
Phone: 6441 0495
Stall 2: Jamil Saté Classic
Click on this link for their order form and full info on their platters and bentos!
Stall 3: Salam Satay Inc
Location: No. 59 East Coast Food Village
Stall 4: Satay Power 6
Location: Stall #6, Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, 18 Raffles Quay. Singapore 048582.
Stall 5: The Hungry Bazterdz
Location: The Arcade, #01-06, 11 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049319
Stall 6: The Ugly Duckling
The Ugly Duckling is currently a roving food business managed by The Sunday Market and are Muslim-owned. They will be serving up duck satay and wagyu beef satay!
Stall 7: Lina Satay
Location: 67 Sungei Tengah Road. Singapore 699008
Stall 8: Kam Satay
Four titles are up for grabs by the Satay Masters:
1. Ultimate Satay
2. Best Satay Meat
3. Best Satay Sauce
4. Mystery Prize
$1000 cheque for each title to be won!
50% of the decision comes from public ticketed voters, and 50% comes from judges:
1. Dr William Wan, General Secretary of Singapore Kindness Movement
2. Chef Kamal Fondueman from Singapore Halal Culinary Federation
3. Dr Leslie Tay from ieatishootipost.com
4. Adam Shah from The Halal Food Blog
Besides this event being about satays, it’s also an opportunity for you and your non-Malay friends to ask us about why Malays do the things we do, or why Muslims do the things we do.
Ever wondered what the dos and don’ts at a Malay wedding are? Or what makes teriyaki sauce non-halal? Get these burning questions off your chest and learn about the Malay-Muslim culture at the carnival. You can also try your hands at traditional kampung games, or dress up in a baju kurung or sarong at our photobooth, and fill your night with Instagram-ready photo moments.
Venue: Queen Elizabeth Walk (Connaught drive)
Nearest MRT: Espanade MRT or Raffles Place
Date: 22 October 2016
Time: 5pm to 9pm
Here’s how you can enjoy Urban Kampung 2016:
1. Buy tickets online and collect tickets on location to sample satays, redeem other food and a goodie bag, AND vote.
2. Not vote but just come to enjoy GIANT Traditional games like GIANT Jenga and Five Stones. You can buy satays from 7-9pm and have a grand picnic.
3. Decide to buy tickets on location.
Have a say on who has the best satay in town! Get your tickets at $25 each, and VOTE!
Each voting ticket holder is entitled to 2 satay sticks from each of our 8 participating satay masters and freebies from our participating vendors. Tickets will also be sold on the day of the event (limited tickets available).
You can’t vote in the U.S. Presidential Elections but you can come and vote for this! We’ll see you there!