Suria celebrity Huda Ali's food and fashion market returns, this time with a themed edition at the National Museum.
Happening from Friday (Feb 10) to Sunday (noon to 10pm; entry's free), LalooLalang Bazaar: Singapura Classic Revival will be - you guessed it - an homage to the young country's past, specifically the '60s to '80s.
As usual, there'll be a dizzying hodge-podge of young but promising businesses - here're some you should keep a lookout for:
If the weather keeps on the way it is, a weekend afternoon will be the best time to sink your teeth into their bazaar-favourite double fried russet potato chips (the British kind, not the Lays kind), prepared with four kinds of topping at $4.90 each.
Known for their innovative cafe fare, The Lab will be at Laloolalang this year with - if the video teaser's anything to go by - galaxy donuts, drinks and their Burger stack, which is a grilled beef burger with cheese and portobello mushrooms.
Relax at the courtyard where picnic planner Picneeds will be set up, with comfy cushions and throws, plus retro games.
If you haven't tried Ms Alia Widjaya's lemper (glutinous rice cakes with chicken floss filling), come early - these things never last longer than the first few hours of any event. If you're lucky, she might have pulut kuning and other kueh as well, most of which aren't from the regular menu.
Be prepared to queue - bazaar stars the Sotong Brothers are never short of customers hankering for some of their deep-fried squid, shrimp and chicken.
Halal Japanese food isn't easy to come by so when you do... The batter-coated octopus balls will be served in plastic boxes so you can snack on them as you navigate your way through the bazaar.
Not food-related, but if you're in the market for some new clothes, Frock & Flock's Frida-esque batik pants and dresses will be on sale.