The first Twilight: Flea and Feast of the year will be going on from Jan. 17 to 19, 2020.
The first of four events in 2020, the Twilight: Flea and Feast hosts entirely local F&B and retail vendors.
With a back-to-school theme, the upcoming event will have more than 50 food vendors and over 200 homegrown retail brands.
Local street food
Here's a look at some of them:
Katoshka is known for its double-fried russet potatoes served with a variety of sauces.
This russet fries with special cheese sauce, for example, is a classic choice.
They also have other sauces like sour ranch and chilli beef.
There is always a long queue for Yummy Takoyaki.
But that's a given since the Muslim-owned eatery serves takoyaki as authentic as one could get in Japan.
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While octopus is the usual filling in takoyaki, Yummy Takoyaki also offers others like prawn, mushroom, chicken hotdog and crabstick.
A serving of five takoyaki typically goes for S$4.
O'Braim is known for their goreng pisang (banana fritters) with cheese.
A typical serving consists of banana fritters topped with grated cheese, chocolate rice and condensed milk.
A box of this savoury dessert goes from S$5.
Broti serves drinks in a variety of flavours including:
- Charcoal Matcha
- Earl Grey Milk Tea
- Thai Milk Tea
- Gula Melaka Milk Tea
- Peach Soda
A litre of each beverage goes for S$4.
Other than food, one can also support small local businesses.
This includes Claypsoul, a brand that prides itself on selling accessories that won't break your bank.
Earrings start from S$13 while hair clips cost upwards of S$8.90.
There's also Replique Tees which sells t-shirts printed with witty colloquial phrases.
A cotton t-shirt costs at least S$20.
Those with children can look forward to GENTLELOVE, a local business that specialises in baby essentials.
They have beansprout husk pillows (or chou chou), waterproof changing mats and soft sensory toys.
You can look out for more F&B vendors and retail outlets that will be at Twilight here.
Free movie screenings
There will also be free movie screenings at the event.
Sticking to the back-to-school theme, these are the movies that will be screened:
- 11am: Sky High
- 3pm: Camp Rock
- 7:30pm High School Musical
- 11am: Monsters University
- 3pm: Princess Diaries
- 7:30pm: High School Musical 2
- 11am: How to Train Your Dragon
- 3pm: X-Men: First Class
- 7:30pm: High School Musical 3
Where to go: Suntec City Convention Centre (Hall 401-402)
When to go: Jan. 17-19, 2020, 11am to 10pm