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Chang Sensory Trails 2018

The annual Chang Sensory Trails is back again! Hosted by one of Thailand’s most celebrated beer brands, Chang, this Thai food festival is back for its third edition with a special emphasis on Thai home recipes.

This year, expect 24 signature dishes by 8 Singapore-based Thai restaurants all in one spot at The Lawn at Marina Bay from 31 August to 1 September 2018 (4pm to 10pm). Entrance to the food festival is FREE!

Now let’s take a look at some of the food that will be served later this week.

Un-Yang-Kor-Dai - Grilled Half Chicken

First up, we will be seeing some food from our favourite Thai restaurant that specialises in Northern Thai cuisine, Un-Yang-Kor-Dai. We’ve previously been here before and every dish we had was impressive (and spicy)! For the festival, we’ll see the Grilled Half Chicken ($15), Tom Yum Bacon ($15) and one of my personal favourite (which we tried the last time), the Thai Milk Tea Pudding ($10).

Tamarind Hill - Deep-fried Prawns with Crispy Noodles

In conjunction with the Chang Sensory Trails, we managed to head over to Tamarind Hill to try some of the dishes that they will be featuring, such as the Deep-fried Prawns with Crispy Noodles ($8), Mango Sticky Rice ($8) and must-try Taro Fritters ($6).

Long Chim - Deep Fried Chicken Wings

From Long Chim, expect to see their signature dishes: Spicy Pork with Rice Cake ($12), Grilled Pork Skewers ($12) and the Deep Fried Chicken Wings ($12), which is best accompanied with a bottle of ice-cold Chang beer.

Aroy Dee - Thai Style Prime Ribs with Aroydee Signature Sauce

Aroy Dee (Boat Quay outlet) will also be making an appearance with Thai Style Prime Ribs with Aroydee Signature Sauce ($8), Thai Style Soft-Shell Crab with Chilli Garlic ($12) and Green Mango Salad ($5).

Baan Ying - Som Tum & Hat Yai Fried Chicken served with Rice

Don’t forget to also check out these dishes from Baan Ying – Dry Tom Yum Goong Noodles with Lava Egg ($15), Som Tum & Hat Yai Fried Chicken served with Rice ($15) and the Fried Shrimp and Pork Paste Toast ($10).

Bangkok Jam - Grilled Australian Steak

Popular Thai food chain, Bangkok Jam, will be bringing you their Grilled Australian Steak ($15) and Thai Style Fish & Chips ($12). And for dessert check out the Green with Envy Snow Ice ($9), which is a dessert made from shaved green tea ice and topped with sweet red bean sauce, Azuki beans and crushed peanuts. Perfect to cool down from all the spicy food!

Little Elephant - Grilled Pork Neck Salad

Also best enjoyed with a cold Chang beer, try the Grilled Pork Neck Salad ($10), Grilled Pork Neck ($10) and Stir Fry Sliced Beef with Holy Basil ($10), all from Little Elephant.

Gin Khao - Watermelon Fried Rice

And last but not least, Gin Khao is bringing some of their quirky dishes to the Chang Sensory Trails. Salted egg lovers, rejoice! The Watermelon Fried Rice ($13) topped with salted egg fish skin is a must-try! If that’s too heavy, get a serving of just Salted Egg Fish Skin for $10. Throw your diet away as the Tom Yum Spam Fries ($10) sounds like something you definitely should indulge in.

And of course, every dish is encouraged to be savoured with some Chang beer, which can easily be bought at the food festival.

All this is happening THIS WEEKEND ONLY! See you there!

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