Tag Archives: Makansutra

September 10, 2016

Celebrating Heritage in Makansutra Hawkers


By ISABELLA OLIVARES In Singapore, where eating is more of a pastime than a function, street food is a national treasure. But the cheap and ready-to-eat fare that has become iconic to the city-nation has its roots in a dark time in history. “People were poor, there were no jobs, especially around the Japanese occupation. Continue Reading


September 1, 2016

Make your way to the Makansutra Hawkers of heritage street food


stall 9- This is the stall that Anthony Bourdain wants in his Bourdain Market in New York, we they are here first- at The Geylang Claypor Rice stall.

Do you live to eat, or eat to live? Singaporean company Makasuntra believes that it’s the former; there are countless, delicious things to chomp on, bite into and make you say “Yum! Another serving of that, please. And no sharing this time!” Life to them is all about finding happiness on a plate — more Continue Reading


April 19, 2016

Chow down! The World Street Food Congress comes to Manila

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The World Street Food Congress is only a few nibbles, bites, slurps and gulps away. The Philippines, voted by CNN as one of the most exciting culinary cities to watch, will host the feeding frenzy that’s scheduled to start on April 20 and continue up to April 24 and will be held at the Bonifacio Continue Reading