Hawker favourites with a view: Dine on satay, biryani and more at Ce La Vi
Ce La Vi’s popular Sky High Hawker series returns on Oct 3 and 4 with a new line-up featuring local chefs and next-generation hawkers.
Ce La Vi’s Sky High Hawker series first debuted over the National Day weekend as a culinary fest that celebrates Singapore’s vibrant dining scene. Since then, the successful event continued to run every first weekend of the month, with a different line-up each time.
The Sky High Hawker series returns for its third edition on Oct 3 and 4, this time featuring local chefs and next-generation hawkers. Participating chefs and hawkers will present their much-loved signature dish, along with a special dish curated only for this occasion.
Participating chefs include Janice Wong, owner of 2am:dessertbar; Pang Seng Meng, co-founder of New Ubin Seafood; and Gwyneth Ang, owner of One Prawn Noodle.
Diners can also tuck into a selection of local delights such as biryani, satay and roasted duck. Culinary masters who will be serving up their signature dishes include Hassan Abdul Majeed, owner of Cafe Mariam, and a third generation hawker who specialises in his family’s biryani recipes.
Craving for satay? Lynna and Shima Haron from Haron Satay at East Coast Lagoon Food Village will also be grilling their specialty at event. Haron Satay historically supplied their satay to Singapore Airline’s business and first class passengers.
Other appearances include Chef Tan Poh Chye, owner of Authentic Chai Chee Minced Meat Noodle, beloved for their bak chor mee, fish ball noodles and more, as well as brother duo Chang Voon Hong and Chang Voon Fei from Yu Huang Roasted Delight, known for their legendary roasted duck and pork belly at Bedok North.
The kitchen will be helmed by Ce La Vi Group Executive Chef Joey Sergentakis, who will be serving his Bao by Ce La Vi menu that launched in August 2020.
A selection of tipples completes the experience. Heading the bar will be Ce La Vi Lead Mixologist Andrew Hyman, serving a selection of his cocktail creations such as Once in a Lifetime, a unique combination of vodka, ginger, wasabi and honey.
Joining him will be Kino Soh from Brass Lion Distillery Singapore serving refreshing cocktails such as the Dandy Lion, a mix of gin, passionfruit, salted honey and sparkling grapefruit juice.
Dishes are affordably priced, starting from just S$10. Ce La Vi is also relaxing its dress code specially for the event, so diners can come dressed casually. A reservation, however, will be needed for entry.
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