Singapore & Malaysia Street Food Fiesta at Azur Restaurant


The month of August has come and both Singapore and Malaysia National Day are on the way!!!   In conjunction with the national days of Singapore and Malaysia, Azur presents a bustling spread of street food of the two neighbouring countries with live stations galore every weekend in August starting August 7, 2013.


Look forward to Executive Sous Chef, Andrew Tharm and his culinary team to prepare Azur’s interpretation of hawker fare ala minute for diners at the live stations. 

Be ready to indulge in familiar dishes like Sambal Grilled Squid, Sambal Stingray, Oyster Omelette with Chinese Celery, Black Pepper Sri Lankan Crab, Ipoh Hor Fun, Stir Fried Chilli Bamboo Clam and more.

The Ipoh Hor Fun uses flat rice noodles, shredded chicken, shrimp, Chinese mushrooms, greens and gravy topped with fried shallots and green pickled chilli. Somehow, I felt that there is a herbal taste which makes its taste stand out.
The Black Pepper Sri Lankan Crab is simply savory and a TOP favourite dish among all. I personally felt it’s slightly too salty, however, the rest find the saltiness is just nice. 
 Love that the Sambal Stingray is served on Banana Leaf, like the typical hawker style.  However, I prefer the stingray to be cut into smaller chunks as it is too thick.  The stingray isn’t spicy enough to have “shiok-ness”, however, this spicy level might be just nice for the tourists.  We suggested that additional sambal chilli be made available so that those who loves it real hot.
 While the Curry Yong Tau Foo looks so common, it’s actually stunned many with a “WOW”.  The thick curry gravy taste so heavenly that we wanted to have it with some noodles or bee hoon, to make it more complete, like the typical curry laksa commonly available in Malaysia.
 I personally prefer the Oyster Omelette with Chinese Celery be fried to a more crispy texture and starch is a bit too much, which is pretty much of the Malaysian style, as some suggested.  I personally not used to Azur’s rendition of the chilli sauce for the oyster omelette, it tasted more like the chicken rice chilli.
Beside the Singapore and Malaysia Street Food, you still get to savor a wide variety of food…

At the dessert bar, be delighted by sinfully delicious Bobo Cha Cha with Shaved Ice, Layered Pandan Kaya Cake, Cheng Teng Gelee as well as selection of yummy miniature desserts.

Cheng Teng Gelee is something unique, instead of the conventional way in liquid form, it is made into gelatine form. The gula melaka gives it a luscious taste that makes it so delectable!

A great mixed of the Nonya Kueh & lapis is available for your indulgence to the typical Singapore and Malaysia delights.
Apart from these, you can look forward to other delightful yummy desserts, cakes and pastries.

Singapore & Malaysia Street Food Fiesta is available on weekends for brunch and dinner.
Brunch (8 – 11, 17 – 18, 24 – 25, 31 August, 1 September 2013)
Adult: S$52.00++ Child: S$26.00++
Dinner (7 – 11, 16 – 18, 23 – 25. 30 – 31 August, 1 September 2013)
Adult: S$65.00++ Child: S$32.50++
* Please note that menu items differ for lunch and dinner and are rotated on a daily basis. Please check with Azur for the full menu.
Venue: 75 Airport Boulevard, Singapore, Singapore 819664 (Level 2)
To make a reservation at Azur, please call 6823 5354 or email
Visit Crowne Plaza’s Dining website for more information:
“Like” their Facebook and keep up to date on their latest promotions: