MICHELIN Street Food Macau

One Week to Go: MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival Macau Debuts in Studio City

Culinary stars from around Asia will shine at the first event of its kind in Hong Kong and Macau

Date: October 5 – 8, 2017 (Thursday – Sunday)
Time: 12 noon – 8pm
Location: Macau Gourmet Walk, Studio City
Entry: Free

Experience Asia’s best street food under one roof at the first ever MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival Macau which debuts next week during Mid-Autumn Festival. Open from 5 to 8 October at Asia’s Entertainment Capital Studio City, the one-of-a-kind event will see chefs from over 10 MICHELIN-acclaimed restaurants and eateries in Singapore, Japan and Macau come together for the first time to cook their street food creations and signature delicacies. With entry free of charge and a world-class selection of two dozen dishes starting at just MOP40, food lovers need look no further than Macau for a gourmet getaway this Golden Week.

In the quaint setting of Studio City’s Macau Gourmet Walk, guests will be able to savour the bold flavours and local ingredients from Singapore, Japan, India and Macau. Adding to the buzz of the festival atmosphere, star chefs from each of the participating restaurants will be on-hand to serve up their dishes and meet and greet foodie fans. International chefs making their debut in Macau include Singaporean Chan Hon Meng from one of the world’s only two MICHELIN-starred street food stalls Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle, Chef Shiro Izawa from Tokyo’s famous yakitori eatery Toritama, and also Malcolm Lee from the world's first and only Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, the one-starred Candlenut in Singapore.

Dishes can be washed down with refreshing drinks on offer including Tiger beer, CocoWater and water from Evian and Badoit. Festival goers can purchase cash coupons on site before embarking on their Michelin street food journey.

The MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival Macau is organised by MICHELIN guide Hong Kong Macau and Robert Parker Wine Advocate, with support from Official Title Partner Melco Resorts and Entertainment.

The full line-up of chefs and restaurants/eateries appearing at the Festival is as follows:

Ming Lam
With over 20 years’ experience, Chef Ming Lam is true expert in Cantonese cuisine, best known for his masterful take on local delicacies such as abalone.

Malcolm Lee
Heading up the world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Chef Malcolm’s seasonally driven menu takes a contemporary yet authentic approach to Straits-Chinese cuisine.

Chan Ho Meng
In 2016, Chef Chan Mo Heng’s hawker stall became one of only two street food stalls in the world to be awarded a MICHELIN star. Since his recognition, Meng Chan has become a champion for Singapore’s traditional hawker food centres. This is the first time he’ll be cooking in Macau.

Manjunath Mural
An icon of the Singapore restaurant scene, The Song of India’s Chef Manjunath has been taking gourmands on a culinary journey through India for

Han Liguang
Memories become flavours at Labyrinth, as Chef Han takes diners on a journey through the Singapore he grew up in. Local cuisine is given a bold, innovative twist that seeks to activate the five taste sensationsover a decade.

Gwern Khoo & Ben Tham
Two dapper chefs present their innovative approach to traditional Singaporean and Chinese noodles.

Yoshihiro Tanaka
The world’s most famous takoyaki shop – and the chef behind it – comes to Studio City this October. Chef Yoshihiro Tanaka will be serving his famous street snack with his three different famous sauces.

Shiro Izawa
A pioneer of yakitori, Chef Shiro Izawa’s dishes are famous for showcasing the lesser known parts of the chicken. He will be presenting two types of skewers in Macau.

Wilson Fam
Chef Fam’s contemporary take on popular Shanghainese classics showcase his skill for delicate flavours and balanced elements. His brand new Soft Shell Crab dish will be makin

Kenneth Law
From north to south, Chef Kenneth Law’s delicious dishes take diners on a culinary journey through China. His Iberico pork dish is one of the most loved signatures at the restaurant.

Wayne Liew
Chef Wayne Liew presents a selection from his menu which has been passed down by two previous Singaporean generations.
From north to south, Chef Kenneth Law’s delicious dishes take diners on a culinary journey through China. His Iberico pork dish is one of the most loved signatures at the restaurant.g its debut at the Festival.

MICHELIN Street Food Macau

Oct 5 - 8, 2017

Culinary stars from around Asia will shine at the first event of its kind in Hong Kong and Macau

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