Takashimaya Food Fiesta runs till 1 July 2024 

June seems to be the month of exciting food fairs and dining promotions, what with Gastrobeats 2024, Woodlands MRT food street and more.  Another addition to this list of events is Takashimaya Food Fiesta, back from now till 1 July 2024!

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There are over 55 stalls to check out, ranging from Korean street food and local delights to Japanese noodles and snacks.

You can find Seoul Hotteok’s heart-shaped Sarang Hotteok ($7.50) here, which also made an appearance in the Hello Korea Fair at Takashimaya just last month.

This fried-to-order Korean pancake comes with a rich Nutella middle, and boasts a slightly chewy texture.

If you’re a fan of chocolate-covered-anything, head to Berry Bar, which also has a kiosk at the fair.


we’ve been seeing the viral chocolate-coated strawberries from London all over our feed, and the universe FINALLY manifested its arrival at The Woodleigh Mall! from now till 26 May, head down to Berry Bar for large chocolate-coated strawberries (from $9) or bananas (from $5) with toppings such as mini marshmallows, Biscoff biscuits, Oreo crumbs and more! #chocolatecoveredstrawberries #trend #neweats #promo #singapore

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Inspired by the TikTok-viral chocolate-coated strawberries from London’s Borough Market, Berry Bar offers chocolate-coated strawberries ($9/$16), bananas ($5/$9), and more. You can also DIY your dessert with toppings such as Biscoff biscuits and Oreo crumbs at $0.50 each.

Savoury fans can also get their fix at Wooga Jjajang for their signature Jjajang Myeon ($14), featuring springy noodles tossed in a sweet-savoury black bean sauce.


End your feast on a sweet note at SugarBellySG‘s kiosk, where you’ll find their popular mochi doughnuts, said to give Mister Donut a run for its money.

These deliciously chewy doughnuts, priced at $6 each, come in a range of flavours such as Biscoff, Sweet Potato, and Matcha Strawberry. They’re said to be crispy on the outside, with a QQ texture within!

Based on Takashimaya’s website, other stalls to look forward to include Edith Patisserie, known for their delicately flavoured cakes, and Qian Shui Wet Market, which sells local fare such as scallion oil noodles. We also spotted a Japanese kiosk with tempura and soba! 

The street food fiesta will be happening till 1 July at Takashimaya Square, B2. Head down before it’s too late!

For more food in the mall, read our Takashimaya Basement food hall guide. Otherwise, read our Orchard food guide for more recommendations in the area!

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