It will ongoing until the 2nd August, and features more than a dozen different stalls showcasing all varieties of classic street food as well as modern fusion fare.
Just the first two days since its opening on 24th July, the festival has already attracted more than 80,000 visitors.
Among the notable names in this year's festival, which is themed as "A Walk Down Memory Lane at Ellenborough Market.", includes the likes of Hokkien favourite Good Chance Popiah, Ming Fa Fishball Noodles and Jia Le Roasts.
|A selection of food delicacies at SFFV15|
Guest-of-Honour, MP Dr Lily Neo was present to kick off the event as well as visiting various outlets to savour some of the street delicacies. There is also ample seating space and all payments can be made by cash.
|Kueh Pie Tie|
Merchant Court's Ellenborough Market is also supplying classic Teochew Cold Crab to the occasion and they can be found next to Old Airport Road's famous Lao Fu Zhi fried char kway teow stall.
|Ming Fa Noodles|
My personal pick was the salted egg yolk fried carrot cake from Everything Foods. It was certainly different and the carrot cake was well executed.
There are also fusion items like durian creme brûlée by the Quarters Cafe and Truffle Oil Wanton Mee to cater to the more adventurous and trendier eaters. For my money, I am happy to stick with the classics.
Good Chance Popiah, as usual, shines with their very classic and very homecooked taste of their popiah filings and their authentic popiah skin.
There are also many other stalls that I have neglected to mention here as there were just too many things to try at one go. Why don't you pop by SFFV15 if you are near Clarke Quay to take a look. I am pretty sure you will find more than a few items that will tickle your fancy when you are there.
Singapore Favourite Food Village 2015
Read Bridge (Malacca Bridge)
Clarke Quay, next to Merchant Court Hotel
5pm to 11pm daily until 2nd August 2015