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Race-fuelled cravings

epicure 18 September 2010
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So, your friends are in town early for Singapore’s night race and you want to show them a different side to our city. Here’s where they can satisfy their hunger pangs.

What do a kelong, Little India, Champagne and a chef’s table have in common? They all form a part of Crave Singapore, a experiential journey that shows you fun ways to appreciate your food .

19 September,  4 – 9pm
Sizzling Kelong with Chef Tan Yong Hua from Pearl River Palace Restaurant
Guests are whisked away to a kelong off the island shore to fish for live seafood. Chef Tan will teach different grilling techniques for the day’s catch while preparing a tantalising seafood dinner.
Price: $208

21 September, 7 – 10pm
Chef’s Table with Emmanuel Stroobant from Saint Pierre Restaurant

The Chef in Black promises to create a “never before offered” classic French menu and give his guests a tour of his restaurant kitchen.
Price: $228

22 September, 7.30 – 10.30pm
Heavenly Match with chef Angelo Sanelli (Angelo’s Restaurant)

Sanelli will be teaching you how to make canapes featuring foie gras, summer truffles, porcini mushrooms, and salmon . You will be served these bite-sized delights and lots of Champagne.
Price: $168

23 September, 9am – 3pm
Song of India with chef Milind Sovani (Song of India Restaurant)

Sovani will take guests through a heritage tour of Little India to pick up aromatic spices before heading back to the Song of India for an interactive cooking demonstration. The afternoon ends with a sumptuous lunch.
Price: $198.

Visit www.cravesingapore.com for details or call 6796 9331 to purchase tickets for any of the above events.
 

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