What's in the Singapore Hawker-Style Food Court in Las Vegas

Singapore Hawker-Style Food Court Makes Its Way to Las Vegas

It houses a total of 16 stalls dishing out a mouthwatering array of Asian and Western cuisines.

Singaporeans’ love affair with hawker food knows no bounds. Every day, you can spot locals from all walks of life tucking into a variety of dishes doled out at the various open-air ‘community dining rooms’ across the region. In fact, Singapore’s hawker culture is so significant that it was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2020.

For those in Las Vegas hankering to get a taste of the hawker culture we all relish, your longings will soon be realised. Resorts World Las Vegas is opening a 24,000-square-foot food hall reminiscent of a Singapore hawker-style food court.

Called Famous Foods Street Eats, it houses a total of 16 stalls dishing out a mouthwatering array of Asian and Western cuisines. On top of that, the food hall features a centre bar and a speakeasy hidden somewhere in the sprawling area.  

Also read: 5 Best Hawker Food Dishes in Singapore and Where to Find Them

The first-of-its-kind concept in the States is developed by Zouk Group. It will open its doors to the public by the end of June 2021. 

“Famous Foods will transport guests to an authentic Asian hawker market — an experience that’s never been replicated in the U.S.,” Andrew Li, the chief executive officer of Zouk Group, shared with Travel + Leisure.

Guests can look forward to satisfying their cravings with good food sourced from all over the world including Singapore, the Philippines, and Japan. Not only that, they can polish off Michelin-starred meals without breaking the bank. Plus, drinks such as the insanely popular bubble tea are available.

Also read: A Beginner’s Guide to Singapore’s Hawker Centre Scene

List of stalls at the Singapore hawker-style food court

  • Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling – Shandong dumplings and hand-pulled noodle dishes
  • Boon Tong Kee – Traditional Hainanese chicken rice
  • FUHU Shack – Peking Duck Burritos
  • Geylang Claypot Rice – Rice dishes cooked in traditional claypots
  • Goggle Man’s Char Kuey Teow – Char Kuey Teow 
  • Pepita’s Kitchen – Stuffed lechon
  • Springleaf Prata Place – Roti canai and teh tarik
  • Ten Suns Braised Beef – Thai beef noodle
  • Tiger Sugar – Black Sugar Boba Milk
  • Dessert – Gourmet cookies, Instagram-worthy treats, and pre-packaged goodies
  • Mamak – Merchandise, unique snacks and keepsakes 
  • Streetbird Las Vegas –  Sweet & Spicy Fried Chicken, Hot Honey Chicken & Waffle, and Wild Wild Wings
  • Kuru Kuru Pa Yakitori – Yakitori, kushiyaki and yaki onigiri
  • Mozz Bar by James Trees – Fresh mozzarella and burrata, homemade bread, small bites, and signature sandwiches
  • Blood Brothers BBQ – Classic Texas barbecue
  • Nori Bar – Made-to-order handrolls and sashimi, and matcha green tea
  • Famous Foods Center Bar – Beers,  cocktails, and wines all on tap
  • Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den – A mixology program

For those in or planning to visit Las Vegas who find themselves struggling to choose from the variety of stalls at Famous Foods Street Eats, here’s a tip: Always look out for the one with the longest line. The queue will certainly attest to the quality of food.

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