Laksa and chicken rice among catered meals for journalists

Airport ground handler and food firm, Sats, has been tasked with the biggest job: to take care of lunch and dinner meals.
Airport ground handler and food firm, Sats, has been tasked with the biggest job: to take care of lunch and dinner meals. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
It will be a massive operation to feed close to 3,000 journalists who are expected to throng the F1 Pit Building, the official media centre for the summit.
It will be a massive operation to feed close to 3,000 journalists who are expected to throng the F1 Pit Building, the official media centre for the summit. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

Journalists covering the historic summit between the United States and North Korea will have no lack of food, with a lunch and dinner menu that will offer 45 dishes across 15 cuisines to suit all palates.

These will include popular Singapore dishes like laksa and chicken rice, as well as Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, French, American and Middle Eastern food, said Sats, which will provide the lunches and dinners.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 10, 2018, with the headline 'Laksa and chicken rice among catered meals for journalists'. Print Edition | Subscribe