[Laneway Singapore 2015] What to eat and drink at the festival

Paul John Caña
[Laneway Singapore 2015] What to eat and drink at the festival
From burgers to oysters and wraps, there’s no shortage of food and drinks at the region’s biggest indie music event this month

Laneway is all about the music, but with 12 hours and more of artists playing nonstop one after the other, fatigue is sure to set in. Audiences will get hungry and thirsty. And where will they get their sustenance? (READ: FULL LIST: Singapore Laneway Music Festival lineup revealed)

Organizers have set up a wide array of food concessionaires for the Laneway festival for this very reason. Once you enter the festival grounds, you’re pretty much confined to the area.

This year, there’s a much wider selection of food and drinks that will fuel festivalgoers until the amps fall silent after the very last act early the next day. (READ: 8 quick tips: Laneway Music Festival in Singapore)

As many as 20 food operators will serve everything from macaroni n cheese and burritos to vegetarian burgers and ice cream sandwiches. Audiences though will have to purchase special F&B tokens that will serve as the official currency for all food and drinks for the duration of Laneway. These can be purchased in advance through: eventclique.com and sistic.com.sg.

While I’m sure you’re excited about the acts performing on the Laneway stage, the food and drinks that will be available to audiences deserve some applause, too. Here in alphabetical order are some of the concessionaires and the main food items they will be serving on Laneway day:  

1. Baja Fresh – burritos and nachos

Photo courtesy of Baja Fresh

2. boCHINche Argentine Meat and market – Argentine meat burgers

Photo courtesy of Bochinche

3. Casuarina Curry – naan with butter chicken

Photo courtesy of Casuarine Curry

4. Fish Market – fresh oysters

Photo courtesy of Greenwood Fish Market

5. Hard Rock Café – cheeseburgers and chicken hotdogs

Photo courtesy of Hard Rock Cafe

6. Kilo – furikake grilled corn

7. Kith – iced craft coffee

 

8. Levant – hummus with pita

Photo courtesy of Levant

9. Mr. Berlin – currywurst with fries

Photo courtesy of Facebook/Mr. Berlin Singapore

10. My Private Chef – macaroni and cheese 

11. Popaganda – flavored ice popsicles

Photo courtesy of Popaganda

12. Poulet vous – chicken nuggets

13. Real Food – vegan beet burgers

14. Shiraz – falafel wraps 

Photo courtesy of Shiraz

15. Southeast Sliders – savory sliders

Photo courtesy of Facebook/SESliders

16. The Brat Original Bratwurst and Beer – spicy Italian pork sausages

Photo from Facebook/thebratsg

17. The Ice Cream and Cookie Co. – ice cream cookie sandwiches

Photo courtesy of The Ice Cream and Cookie Co.

18. C.O.W. The Traveling Chef On Wheels – chili crab pasta

Photo from Facebook/thetravellingcow

19. Tiong Bahru Bakery – savory breads

Photo from Facebook/tiongbahrubakery

20. Yellow Submarine – Philadelphia cheesesteaks

Photo courtesy of Yellow Submarine

Of course there are also drinks stations that will serve your choice of beer and spirits, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, including: 

1. Jägermeister

 

2. Jose Cuervo

3. Monkey Shoulder Triple Malt Scotch Whisky

Photo from Facebook/monkeyshoulderwhiskey

4. Monster Energy Drink

5. Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum


6. Stella Artois

Photo from Facebook/StellaArtoisSingapore

7. Stoli 

 

– Rappler.com

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