Singapore Bars & Restaurants screening FIFA World Cup 2018 Matches

Starker Fresh Beer Katong Square

The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is well underway. You can have your food and drinks at home during the matches and then clean up the mess after the football games or you can just go with the family or friends to one of the many sports bars and restaurants screening FIFA World Cup 2018 matches. There are a number of nice places all over the island with good food so that those who are not that interested in seeing men in shorts running after a ball can still have a good time. Below are The Ordinary Patrons’ suggestions of the TOP Singapore Bars & Restaurants screening FIFA World Cup 2018 Matches.

Boomarang

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Singapore home party food idea – top makan hits from East Coast

Planning a party at home but too lazy to cook? Today we share with you a Singapore home party food idea – serve your guests with the top hawker food from the East Coast. This was what we were treated to at a friend’s place in Katong recently.  The East part of Singapore is famous for its concentration of good local food choices. The whole stretch from Tanjong Katong, Mountbatten, Geylang, Joo Chiat to Kembangan is filled with good food choices. Which explains why our major sports facilities – East Coast park, National Stadium, Indoor Stadium etc are all found in the east. So that the residents can work out the calories!

Singapore home party food idea
Singapore home party food idea – food from the East

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Bak Changs for The Dragon Boat Festival (端午节 “Duan Wu Jie” )

Hai Tien Lo - Traditional Nyonya Dumpling

The Dragon Boat Festival (端午节 “Duan Wu Jie” ), or Dumpling Festival, is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese lunar calendar. This year the festival falls on 18 June 2018. For thousands of years, 端午节 “Duan Wu Jie” has been marked by eating “Zong Zi” (糯米) – bamboo leaf-wrapped steamed glutinous rice dumplings. In Singapore, we get a variety of delicious glutinous rice dumplings, which we also called “Bak Chang”, all year round. However, for the Dragon Boat Festival, restaurant and chefs create some extra special treats.

Hai Tien Lo - Classic Pork Knuckle Dumpling with Yam and Peanut
Hai Tien Lo – Classic Pork Knuckle Dumpling

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