Little Red Dot Kitchen at San Francisco Street Food Festival

Saturday, August 18th, 2012 at 11:30am - 1:30pm

Location: Folsom St / Mission District in San Francisco

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2012-08 SF Street Food Festival


Support fellow Singaporean and SingaporeConnect member Yen Ching Lee whose food company, Little Red Dot Kitchen, will be participating at the San Francisco Street Food Festival (at booth 22-4, near 21st St). And enjoy other great food! Grab the printable map of all the vendors at the site below.

Meeting Point:

22nd and Folsom St, San Francisco.
11.30 am, 8/18/12.
Take BART to 24th St Bart station. See this site for more transport options.
Google Maps

To buy food coupons:

If there're a few of us going, we can do a "Groupon" of sorts, and buy one of the larger "Passports" (i.e. $150 for $175 street dollars); these are sharable. So, sign in if you're committed to going and we'll see if something can be coordinated so you can save a bit.

We also have a hiking event right afterwards at 2.00 pm. If you like, you can combine both events. If so, we recommend starting your SF
 Food Festival visit with us at around 11.30 am, end at 1.30 pm, then carpool over to the start point at the Legion of Honor to arrive there at 2.00 pm.

Register now to join for the passport deal. On 8/16 we'll decide which passport is appropriate to buy, and email everyone of the decision. If there are no objections, we'll purchase it and with your goodwill receive payment on Saturday.

A cell phone number to reach the organiser will be provided to registered attendees. 

Oh, and what is Bak Kwa?

Sells: Bak Kwa - a Southeast Asian Charcuterie - originated from Singapore & Malaysia. Made from domestically sourced meat, which are grind and marinated with organic spices, then slowly grilled. It is 100% all natural, authentic and a healthy source of protein.

Why? We shall sell at SF Street Festival because Bak Kwa (Southeast Asian Charcuterie) is the ultimate street food. We grew up with this popular, festive, and irresistible treats back in Southeast Asia. It is so popular that who ever travels to Singapore/Malaysia will develop a craving for this delicious treat. It has been rated at the top 10 Singaporean food we cannot live without by - Since this delicious treat was no where to be found in the states, we are not shy to be the first and the best in making it. We are proud to produce the best quality Bak Kwa that uses premium quality of meat (such as grass-fed beef from Sonoma County for our new Spicy Beef Flavor), organic spices and without preservative, MSG and coloring. Unlike jerkies, our charcuterie is tender, and never dehydrated or salt-cured, it provides customers a healthy source of protein without all the unnecessary sodium. Our Bak Kwa is the perfect balance of sweetness, savory and smokiness. A flavor power house that can be consume as a snack alone or as a versatile ingredients for any menu recipes. -

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