Chang Sensory Trails – The Most Exciting Thai Food Festival of 2018!
Looking to satisfy your Thai food cravings, and enjoy pints of refreshing beer with your loved ones over the weekend? You’re in for a treat! Organized by Chang, Thailand’s award-winning beer brand, Chang Sensory Trails is returning to Singapore again! In its third year after popping up in Los Angeles and London earlier this year, Chang Sensory Trails will be held from 31 August to 1 September 2018 from 4pm to 10pm, at The Lawn at Marina Bay.
This event celebrates iconic authentic Thai dishes that have been inspired by home recipes. The eight Singapore-based Thai restaurants which will make an appearance at the highly anticipated event are Aroy Dee, Baan Ying, Bangkok Jam, Gin Khao, Little Elephant, Long Chim, Tamarind Hill and Un-Yang-Kor-Dai. Each restaurant will present three signature dishes. Be prepared, come with an empty stomach, and have your fill of delicious Thai dishes and snacks that you’ll find yourself returning for.
Chang collaborates with Thai chefs and restaurants to showcase and amplify how the simplest yet most authentic of ingredients can yield top-notch food. Are you ready to find out what’s on the menu?
1. Aroy Dee
Dig into Aroy Dee’s Thai Style Deep Fried Spare Ribs with Aroy Dee’s Signature Sauce. These deeply flavoured and crispy ribs make an amazing starter. Pair them with a glass of ice-cold Chang Beer and you’re in for a good time!
2. Baan Ying
Baan Ying presents their Dry Tom Yum Goong Noodles with Lava Egg. Are you salivating yet? Give it a squeeze of lime to lift the beautiful flavours of the dish.
3. Bangkok Jam
Fancy some fish and chips? Bangkok Jam’s Thai rendition might just be what you’re seeking. The fish fillets are served with crispy fries, and we’re pretty sure that you wouldn’t want to miss this!
4. Gin Khao
Tailored to suit the locals’ palates, Gin Khao’s signature Watermelon Fried Rice, an ingenious creation, is one of the highlights at Chang Sensory Trails. The fried rice promises perfectly balanced flavours, complemented by refreshing bursts of watermelon juice.
5. Little Elephant
Little Elephant’s Kor Moo Yang (grilled pork neck salad) is perfect for those who want to have both meat and vegetables. Look forward to tender pork neck that has been grilled expertly!
6. Long Chim
If you have a penchant for spicy food, try Long Chim’s Spicy Pork with Rice Cakes. This dish packs a punch, and the bold flavours will certainly please your taste buds.
7. Tamarind Hill
Tamarind Hill’s Deep Fried Prawn with Crispy Noodles features freshly fried sweet prawns served with a deconstructed pile of crispy noodles. Crispy, crunchy, tasty, yummy!
The incredible taste of Un-Yong-Kor-Dai’s signature Grilled Khao Yai Chicken is the work of a marinade that is made from white peppercorns and fresh coriander. Pair the succulent meat with the spicy Isaan dipping sauce and set your tongue and lips on fire!
IT DOESN’T STOP THERE
If you think that the festival is only about ice cold beer and scrumptious food, you’re in for a surprise! Feast like a king, while being serenaded by local bands such as O.K Ready! and 53A.
Chang Sensory Trails 2018 proudly presents the best of both worlds – food and entertainment. Now, mark your calendars, and get ready for a good time! Don’t forget to include #changbeer and #changsensorytrails in your postings on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/changbeersg) and Instagram (@changbeerglobal)! See you there!
Chang Sensory Trails 2018
Address: The Lawn at Marina Bay, 8A Marina Boulevard, 018984
Opening Hours: 31 August to 1 Sept 2018, from 4pm to 10pm
This post was brought to you by Chang Beer.