Would you drink chye tow kueh out of a packet?

   During the one-hour dining experience, hawker food as Singaporeans know it will indeed cease to exist. Instead, iconic dishes such as chicken rice and laksa will take on different textures, forms and even ingredients.
During the one-hour dining experience, hawker food as Singaporeans know it will indeed cease to exist. Instead, iconic dishes such as chicken rice and laksa will take on different textures, forms and even ingredients.PHOTO: FACEBOOK/THE SUBSTATION

SINGAPORE - Drink up a packet of black carrot cake or chye tow kueh, at The Substation Gallery with hawker fare taking on a dystopian flavour this March.

The liquefied dish is but one of four dystopian hawker dishes that diners can get a taste of at SAD: The Last Meal, an interactive art experience by collaborators chef Ming Tan, 32, and visual artist Debbie Ding, 34.

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