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Hawker food with street cred at fest

World Street Food Congress is back with 23 stalls.

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Five stalls will represent Singapore in the SG Pavilion, serving local favourites such as a halal version of Satay Bee Hoon by Alhambra Padang Satay Stall (above) and Har Cheong Gai (Prawn-Paste Chicken) Burger by Hong Kong Street Chun Kee.
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Five stalls will represent Singapore in the SG Pavilion, serving local favourites such as a halal version of Satay Bee Hoon by Alhambra Padang Satay Stall and Har Cheong Gai (Prawn-Paste Chicken) Burger (above) by Hong Kong Street Chun Kee.

SINGAPORE'S second street food festival will offer not just casual eats from around the world but a platform for people to share ideas about how to preserve our hawker heritage and bring it to the next level.

The "dialogue-hackathon" is one of the highlights of the World Street Food