Tiny Singapore has long been revered for its huge street food scene, which is sadly hard to replicate in other countries. Until now! A group of Singaporean cultural groups and chefs are bringing their underrepresented culinary delights to New York next weekend, in what sounds like an interesting mashup of pop-up and food truck.

The Singapore Takeout, described as a "traveling pop-up kitchen" that's housed inside a repurposed shipping container, is setting up shop at a "secret location" somewhere in the city this weekend, and will feature Singaporean chef Malcolm Lee cooking alongside Spice Market's Anthony Riccio, Plein Sud's Ed Cotton, and Dominique Ansel Bakery's Dominique Ansel. The Takeout is currently on a world tour with a mission to introduce new tongues to Singaporean treats like laksa and popiahs.

Follow Singapore Takeout's Facebook page for more information about the event, which will be revealed in coming days. In the meantime, practice your slurping skills with Anthony Bourdain, seen here chowing down on some Singaporean bone soup on an episode of No Reservations.