Tiger street eats brings singapore street food to Dublin

Looking for a new place to eat this summer? The Tiger Street Eats experience is coming to Dublin - for only a tenner!

Tiger Street Eats, an exciting new experience inspired by Singapore street food, is coming to Dublin this July, from Thursday the 20th to Saturday the 22nd - informs campus.ie.

The street food experience, inspired by the melting-pot of culture and tastes in Singapore, will open its doors at 23 Portobello Harbour for a three day residency. This is the first time Tiger Street Eats has taken place in Europe and tickets go on sale tomorrow.

A global event, Tiger Street Eats was first launched in Sydney and has travelled to Auckland, New York City and Kuala Lumpur, in the spririt of bringing people together over food and beer. Sounds good to us!

Tiger Street Eats is a collaboration between Tiger Beer and Hawker Chan Hon Meng, owner of the first Michelin starred hawker stand, Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle in Singapore. Hawker Chan Hon Meng will prepare the world’s first Michelin starred street food for guests to enjoy, as well as a Tiger beer, bringing the spirits of Dublin and Singapore together.

Speaking about the collaboration, Deirdre O’Shea, Brand Manager for Tiger Beer at HEINEKEN Ireland said, “The Tiger Street Eats event is all about rewarding consumers who seek to live life with more bite. Street food is made for sharing and Tiger Beer is the perfect beer to share it with. It’s a full bodied beer that embraces all the flavours of Singapore, where it has been influenced by the diversity of the streets upon which it was raised.”

Tickets to the Tiger Street Eats experience cost €10 per person include a three course meal and complimentary Tiger Beer. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. See https://tiger-street-eats.eventbrite.ie for more details.

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