For Sunday’s bout, gates will open for lunch at 11 a.m.
With so much food to go through with 32 hawkers selling two to three dishes, here’s a look at international fare that caught our fancy.
1. MARTABAK FROM MR. BUYUNG (INDONESIA)
People consistently line up for this multi-textured sweet treat: a pancake made with glutinous rice over a crispy crepe filled with many toppings and flavors.
This darling of Instagram posts has cheese, chocolate, red velvet Oreo, green tea Kitkat, and Nutella almond variants. Personal picks include cheese and chocolate.
2. BALINESE BBQ PORK RIBS WITH SALAD FROM WARUNG SUNSET (INDONESIA)
Just like the previous dish, these ribs are returning from last year’s WSFC. They’ve come back for a reason: to let diners know how good pork ribs can be in Bali.
This dish consists of sweet and salty meat with a delicate flavoring of mysterious Balinese spices. The pickles that it comes with makes the eating experience better, refreshing the palate. Insist on getting this hot.
3. OYSTER OMELET BY CHIAYI CHENJIA (TAIWAN)
Oyster Omelets are different in many countries. If you’ve never been to Taiwan, the Oyster Omelet from Chiayi Chenjia is as legit as it comes.
With chewy bits from sweet potato starch, fresh luscious oysters, eggs cooked just right, and flavorful bites with scallions, this dish hits all the best notes especially with that soy sauce-based gravy/sauce.