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  • A Big Fat Greek Christmas

    Celebrate a traditional Greek festive by the famed Singapore River, as the Taverna dishes out an exclusive a la carte Festive menu this December.

    Whet your appetite with a plate of Stuffed Mushroom with classic Halloumi cheese ($18++) on a spread of salad including delicious cherry tomatoes, pomegranate and lettuce. Get your seasonal fix with drool-worthy roasted turkey (35++) with aromatic pine nut, cranberry sauce and natural gravy, accompanied by traditional roasted pork with rice and herb stuffing. Seafood alternative for the main features all-time favourite – grilled salmon with nutty quinoa salad served with creamy lemon sauce. For a wholesome winter flavour, diners can opt for a classic choice of Christmas Log Cake (16++) and a comforting cup of Winter Spiced Latte ($8++), created especially for the season.

    The festive a la carte menu is exclusively available from 1st to 25th December. Make sure to book in advance to reserve the best waterfront seating!

  • The Macallan Experience at Raffles Hotel Singapore

    Explore the world of The Macallan through an iconic experiential space that will take you on an immersive, sensorial and memorable whisky journey.

    The Macallan Experience at Raffles Hotel Singapore is the ultimate brand experience of our remarkable single malt at one of Singapore’s most famous icons.

    Feel the heat, the sounds and the vigour captured in the process of the making of The Macallan’s legendary casks, be captivated by a cinematic tasting experience in a state of the art 6D cinema, and experience the finest range of exquisite single malts and curated cocktails at a dedicated whisky lounge and more, all at The Macallan Experience.

    The Macallan Experience featuring the Sensory Cinema opens for a limited period from 26th October 2020 to 10th February 2021 at Raffles Arcade, Raffles Hotel Singapore.

  • The Great Indian Food Festival 2020

    Indian Restaurants Association Singapore (the “Organiser”) welcomes and celebrates Deepavali with the second iteration of The Great Indian Food Festival (the “Festival”) from 9th to 23rd November 2020.

    Supported by the Singapore Tourism Board, The Great Indian Food Festival showcases and promotes the diversity and appreciation for Indian cuisine. Incorporating elements of eat, play and learn, the Festival hopes to share joy with the community through the sharing of food and imparting of knowledge and skills.

    This year, the Festival brings celebration closer to home through online events and home delivery. It also places a greater spotlight on local businesses at some of the 12 partnering restaurants around Little India.

    Three main highlights of The Great Indian Food Festival are:

    HIGHLIGHT 1 – Celebrate with Treats by Chef Milind Sovani at Home

    One of the key highlights of the Festival is the official Deepavali snack boxes from Gayatri, specially curated by Chef Milind Sovani. The boxes pay tribute to the classics of Deepavali treats with a healthier modern twist handcrafted to precision.

    There are two Deepavali snack boxes available:

    1. The Festival Gift Box: 3 varieties, total 9 pieces of handcrafted sweets including Chef Milind’s signature sweet treat using fresh Alphonso mangos with a twist of white chocolate. Retailing at SGD28 Nett.
    2. Deepawali Luxury Collection: 5 varieties of sweets – total 18 pieces of handcrafted sweets, and 3 types of savour including Kaju Katli, India’s most iconic milk-based, toasted cashew nut sweet layered with thin slivers, and Roasted Almonds, oven roasted almonds dusted with in-house masala mix. Retailing at SGD 84 Nett.

    Call 6294 6294 Or Whatsapp 9424 2070 to order

    HIGHLIGHT 2 – Embark on a Discovery Food Trail of Local Indian Restaurants

    Taste unique dishes available only during Deepavali. Enjoy promotional items and learn more about spices and the history of Little India with partnering restaurants that form The Great Indian Food Festival food trail.

    Highlights of some of the participating restaurants include:

    1. Ananda Bhavan – Special truffle masala dosa, available only at the restaurant.
    2. Gayatri Restaurant – The Great Indian Food Festival official snack boxes.
    3. Jaggi’s – Guess and understand spices used in Indian cuisine in the restaurant’s spice challenge.
    4. Komala Vilas – Travel back in time and learn about one of Singapore’s oldest Indian vegetarian restaurants.
    5. Madras New Woodlands – Featured promotional dishes: Slider | Appam | Bhatura
    6. Muthu’s Curry – Spicy food challenge! Featuring 3 curries with spice level from 1 to 3.

    To participate, download the map and digital passport of the food trail at*

    HIGHLIGHT 3 – Facebook Live Demo with Chef Milind Sovani

    Tune in to Chef Milind Sovani’s Facebook Live stream at where he will share tips to preparing Indian cuisine and insights into the symbolism of food during Deepavali. He will also demonstrate his celebrated recipes in this rare online opportunity. Happening at 11.30am on 21 and 28 November 2020. Log in to for further details.

    COVID-19 Safe Distancing:

    While it is important to foster a sense of community and connection with one another, the Organiser strongly advocates strict adherence to group size and safe distancing measures.

  • Celebrate Smoke $ Mirrors’ Fifth Anniversary

    Destination rooftop bar Smoke & Mirrors kicks off a month of celebrations for its fifth anniversary with three guest shifts over the course of November. Guests can expect creative menus of drinks from each of the award-winning personalities popping up at Smoke & Mirrors, including house favourites from the bar as well as a cocktail from each bartender specially crafted for the occasion (all cocktails priced at S$22++). 

    The first shift will feature Kelvin Saquilayan, Frank Hu, and Tim Rosete of Manhattan Bar on Monday, 9 November, 6 – 9 PM. The star bar team will present three cocktails from their newly launched “New York Personified” menu; the Chaplin 92 (persimmon-infused Martell VSOP Cognac, house lime cordial #3, absinthe, Peychaud Bitters, and Sujeonggwa), the spirit-forward Leather Jacket (Havana Club 7 Years Rum, bourbon whiskey, Amaro Montenegro, Mancino Rosso Vermouth, Strega and bitters) and the bittersweet Kiss and Cry (Monkey 47 Dry Gin, Campari, Mandarin Napoleon, grapefruit, lemon, egg white, and Perrier Jouët Champagne). Specially created for Smoke & Mirrors’ fifth birthday, the team will also present their Padang Fizz, an ode to the bar’s scenic location comprised of Altos Blanco Tequila and clarified strawberry yogurt milk punch, topped with East Imperial Grapefruit Soda. 

  • CÉ LA VI Sky High Hawker (All-Women Edition)

    Following the successful launch of Sky High Hawker over the National Day weekend, iconic rooftop lifestyle destination CÉ LA VI announces the second edition presenting an all-women line-up of Singapore’s brightest and most innovative chefs.

    The program features renowned chefs and sensational local hawkers who have shot to fame by creating waves in their specialties. Participating chefs include Janice Wong, owner of 2am:dessertbar who has been named Asia’s best pastry Chef and Pastry Chef of the Year in the World Gourmet Summit Awards in 2011, 2013 and 2015, Petrina Loh, owner of Morsels restaurant and World Gourmet Summit Chef’s Choice (Western) in 2017 and Eugenia Ong, Executive Chef and Co-Owner of Table at 7, who is known to have whipped up meals for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and former President S. R. Nathan.

    Other culinary masters with inspirational stories include Aisha Hashim, a fifth generation and current owner of Haig Road Putu Piring, which started out as a humble pushcart stall in the 1930s and was recently featured on Netflix’s Street Food: Asia, Jasmine Tan from Mui Siong Minced Meat Noodle, a stall started by three siblings named after a stall their mother first started in hope that the brand will stay strong; Claire Ariela Shen, Managing Director of Rainbow Lapis, who, since taking over the family business, has modernised, innovated and incorporated healthier ingredients in the hope of preserving the heritage of Nonya kuehs and Zirah & Ijah from the Cookoh Project, a home-based business kick-started by resourceful stay-home mums during the circuit breaker period.

    The event is in collaboration with CÉ LA VI Group Executive Chef Joey Sergentakis who will be serving his BAO BY CÉ LA VI menu that launched in August 2020, a delicious East meets West fusion of bao and burger.

    Guests are in for a treat as they indulge in an array of local dishes and sweet delights from the talented chefs. Each chef will showcase one of their signature offering and create one dish exclusively for this occasion.

    The Sky High Hawker initiative was launched in honour of Singapore’s vibrant culinary scene, to rally the wider community to support Singapore’s local food and beverage industry during this challenging period. Guests are invited to this seated dining experience to rediscover local dishes prepared by the brightest talents in the industry, paired with innovative Peranakan- inspired cocktails in collaboration with Brass Lion Distillery.

    With dishes starting at S$10, guests are welcome to enjoy a delectable spread of local cuisine while enjoying a breath-taking view of the Singapore skyline from 57 floors up at CÉ LA VI’s iconic venue, atop Marina Bay Sands.

    In view of the COVID-19 situation, guests are required to check in via the Safe Entry app upon arrival and will be ushered to their seats. Guests can browse through the QR code menu and place all orders with CÉ LA VI staff to enjoy at their table. In line with social distancing requirements, each chef will be allocated to their own individual space within the venue and will be limited to no more than three dishes in order to keep preparations to a minimum. There will be no communal provision of cutlery, crockery or glassware served in the Restaurant in order to maintain the highest level of hygiene.

    PROGRAM CURATION BY JEREMY NGUEE Jeremy Nguee is a chef-consultant who is most passionate about Singapore\’s heritage cuisine. He creates programs globally to help others discover our wonderful local food culture.

    CÉ LA VI Sky High Hawker Date: 5 & 6 September 2020 (monthly series, first weekend of each month) Time: Saturday & Sunday 12 – 10pm Dress code: Casual, lah!

    PRICING From S$10 per dish Complimentary entry with mandatory table reservation (No age restrictions, kids welcomed)

    TABLE RESERVATIONS Sit-down dining in an open-air venue | 90 minute timeslots Book via event link| Call +65 6508 2188| Email Limited table availability. Maximum of 5 per table.

  • Zorba: Celebrate National Day 2020

    This August, celebrate Singapore’s 55th  National Day in Greek style at Zorba The Greek Taverna with the festive bundle at 55++ for two, including the mouthwatering Souvlaki infused with herbs and spices, juicy lamb kebab, classic appetizers such tzatziki dip drenched in olive oil, topped with fluffy pita bread.

    Available for dine-in only, the meal is served with complimentary cooling Mythos beers for an afternoon respite.

  • Culinary Moments with 1664

    This month, Culinary Moments with 1664 kicks off to inspire home cooks to create their own culinary creations, using the delicious and refreshing 1664 Blanc for an elegant twist.

    The online series will take audiences on a culinary journey, with 1664 as the accompaniment. Home cooks may tune in via Instagram and Facebook to learn how to incorporate 1664 Blanc into their creations. The sessions will be led by special guests who will share exclusive tips on elevating one’s home cooking with 1664, including Chef Christophe Lerouy of one Michelin-starred restaurant Lerouy; Chef-Restaurateur Beppe De Vito of one Michelin-starred restaurant Braci; as well as celebrities with a passion for cooking, Ben Yeo and Michelle Wong.

    Home cooks may also stand to win a specially curated 1664 Blanc Goodie Bag, worth over $100, which includes 1664 Blanc and exclusive 1664 glassware! Simply share a snapshot of their best culinary creations alongside their 1664 Blanc beer, with the hashtag #CulinaryMomentswith1664 and @1664Singapore tagged, via Instagram and Facebook, to enter the contest.


    Tasty Loong @ Link Hotel will be launching our TEOCHEW PORRIDGE ALA CARTE LUNCH BUFFET(午市现点任吃自助餐) with up to 25 dishes all cooked upon order and served immediately for you to choose from!

    Don’t miss this fantastic offer for a limited time only!! After all, happiness is a full belly! 饱腹就是幸福 😋 Do like and share this post and invite your friends to drop by our outlet for this amazing deal!

    For reservations please call the restaurant at 6909 5700, or WhatsApp 9472 6210! We are located at 50 Tiong Bahru Rd, #01-04, Singapore 168733 (Nearest to Outram Park station)

  • Gin Masterclass 2020 Edition 1: Featuring Chris Marshall

    Dive into the rich history of award-winning Old Young’s gin labels at CIN CIN’s (#CINCINSG) Gin Masterclass 2020 Edition 1 on 28 March 2020.

    The latest edition held by the specialty gin bar will be hosted by Chris Marshall, a cocktails and boutique spirits specialist. The prolific guest speaker has a cocktail named after him and has created hand-crafted cocktail maps and cocktail tours for events in Singapore. Be inspired by Chris’ deep knowledge and passion for the local cocktail scene as he takes you through the depth of three distinctively-flavoured Old Young’s gin labels — the 1829 Gin, Six Season and Common Gin. Discover how various tonics can enhance the botanical flavours of each gin and learn how 100% Australia-made sugar can elevate the flavour profile of gin.

    After the talk, enjoy 3 hours of free-flow Gin & Tonic at CIN CIN’s signature Gin Treasury. Choose from Aged Gin to London Dry and a range of flavored tonic water to create your favourite Gin & Tonic. Enjoy the G&T creations alongside well-loved bar snacks such as the Truffle Fries, Fried Calamari Rings and Spicy Sriracha Buffalo Wings at $9++ per serving (usual price ranges from $11++ to $16++).

    Limited seats are available, on a first-come, first-served basis. Bookings can be made at

  • Fat Cow – The Perfect Complement

    Surprise a discerning date with a lunch that celebrates love this February at the award-winning Japanese-inspired steakhouse, Fat Cow. Available from 10 to 17 February 2020, The Perfect Complement turns the appreciation for a special someone into a memorable culinary experience over three curated courses.

    The meal starts with Chef’s premium selection of the freshest seafood in the Fat Cow Zensai Moriawase (Salmon, Tuna, Seabream, Amberjack, Sweet Shrimp). Enjoy quality conversations as you savour Fat Cow’s famed Awabi Wagyu Donburi (Abalone, Uni, Ikura, Ebi Tempura, Premium Wagyu Striploin*). Refresh your palate by rounding up the meal with a sweet Homemade Japanese Marugoto Peach Sorbet.

    Due to limited availability of ingredients, diners are encouraged to make early reservations at or check with the restaurant at +65 6735 0308.

  • Thai Thai Must Eat

    Enjoy a 7-course authentic Thai cuisine prepared by Chef Kent who has been specially flown in to present the “Thai Thai Must Eat” Chef Table!

    Thai Chef: Specially flown in to present the “Thai Thai Must Eat” Chef Table, Chef Kent Vatcharavee Visetpohchanatip is the former Chef in-charge of the official reception for the Royal Family of Thailand & founding President of Club Master Chefs Thailand.

    Chef Table: Enjoy a 7-course authentic Thai cuisine prepared by Chef Kent from 18th Feb to 20th Feb @ $128/pax!

    Tapas Night: Join us in tasting an assortment of Thai appetizers on 21st Feb @ just $88/pax

    For bookings, head to or email us at

  • Taste Annual Christmas Event

    At $50 nett, savour a selection of irresistible Christmas items, such as our Signature Famous Whiskey Ham, Guinness Sausages, Roast Angus Beef with Red Wine and more. Cheers to the festive season with a selection of great wines!

    Receive a $25 cash voucher with every $50 ticket purchase.

    Purchase ticket now:

  • An Extravagant New Year’s Eve at Stellar

    Herald in 2020 with an unforgettable experience at Stellar, Singapore’s highest restaurant with full access to an unfiltered & unobstructed view of the fireworks. Stellar offers a choice of five-course ($250++) or seven-course ($420++ | $450++ for window seating) menu at 6pm and 8.30pm respectively.

    The first seating includes a glass of Veuve Cliquot, an exquisite five-Course menu that includes the Hokkaido Scallop Ceviche Seared Foie Gras, scrumptious Japanese Me Dai, Smoked Mayura Oyster Blade, and more.

    Raise a glass of Dom Pérignon at the second seating, with a delectable seven-course menu, which includes the dishes from the five-course menu, as well as a delightful Crab Velouté with Leek, Fennel and Pastis; and the succulent Pork Loin with Red Cabbage “Sauerkraut” and Forest Berries.

    Guests can also opt for an intimate dining experience in the Dom Pérignon Plénitude Suite with an exquisite multi-sensory nine-course feast paired with meticulously curated Dom Pérignon champagne, priced at $550++ per person.

  • A Sky-High Stellar Christmas

    From 24 to 25 December 2019, Stellar at 1-Altitude takes the festive season to new heights. Expect nothing less than an unforgettable gastronomic experience at Singapore’s highest restaurant, featuring delectable offerings of great seasonal ingredients, crafted in the restaurant’s quintessential, progressive Australian style. Guests can expect a six-course Festive Dinner on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at $168 or $188 for window seats; and an all-you-can-eat Christmas Day Brunch Buffet at $140 ($60 for children under 12; free for six and under) which includes fresh seafood, foie gras, brunch classics and sumptuous roasts.

    Alternatively, indulge in an exclusive dining experience in the Dom Pérignon Plénitude Suite, where guests (up to 8) will be treated to an exquisite nine-course feast for the senses with video projections and the use of aroma, touch and music.

  • Festive Frolics

    The start of the festive season call for a frolicking good time.

    Get your tickets for a free flow Beers, Wines, Prosecco and the Gin & Chronic to wash down a British roast that awaits.

    Step into Ann Siang Hill’s favourite British Public House and drink to your heart’s content from 12pm-3pm. Don’t forget to head up to the dining room for a meal entailing a choice of Roast Chicken, Beef or Crackling Pork that will be accompanied with trimmings of Roast Potatoes, Yorkshire Puddings and Glazed Carrots!

    Get your tickets at

  • A Mixology Session: Koji Nammoku

    Following the success of The Masters Series’ last mixology event, we are thrilled to invite another award-winning bartender from Japan, Koji Nammoku of Tokyo’s Society Bar and semi-finalist at Diageo World Class 2017 to be guest bartender at La Terre!

    Having trained in New York before deepening his knowledge of mixology in Europe, Koji channels these influences into his craft and takes particular interest in the use of culinary methods and ingredients in his drinks.

    Expect delightful flavours that reflect Western creativity and sophisticated Japanese craftsmanship.

    Don’t miss his one-night only guest shift!

  • Mixology Salon Tokyo Teatail Pop-up at La Terre

    Join us for a two-day Teatail Pop-up event at La Terre wine bar featuring unique tea-based concoctions by Shuzo Nagumo and Yukino Sato from the renown Mixology Salon Tokyo (Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2018).

    Wed 16 Jan / 6:30pm ~
    A la carte service
    Thurs 17 Jan / 3pm – 5pm
    Teatail Omakase course ($136++)
    Thurs 17 Jan / 6:30pm ~
    A la carte service

    Due to the limited availability of seats, early reservations are strongly recommended.

  • Diwal’oween Party

    As we countdown to Halloween, Flying Monkey, a contemporary Indian Restaurant and Bar located on Bussorah Street in the vibrant Kampong Glam District has announced its fun and definitely unique Halloween party. Combining the festival of lights, Diwali and Halloween, the Flying Monkey presents Diwal’oween Party!!

    Diwali is a symbolic festival that celebrates the win of good over evil. Taking this as its inspiration, we are inviting our punters to dress that inspires them most – Good or Evil! Everyone who dons their costumes will be greeted with a free drink.

    Book your tables for the most eccentric theme party in Singapore.
    Phone: +65 6291 0695

  • The Horse’s Mouth Bar’s 6th Anniversary

    The Horse’s Mouth Bar is celebrating its 6th anniversary from 24 – 30 October 2018. Its menu will feature specially curated cocktails, new bar snacks, oysters, sushi, and sashimi platters.

    Menu includes:
    Anniversary drinks from $16++ (u.p. $24++)
    New bar snacks from $6++
    Sushi, Sashimi & Oysters fresh in from Japan

    To spice up its merry-making mission, they will also be conducting a cocktail masterclass!

    Masterclass details:
    Saturday, 27 October 2018
    4.30pm – 6.30pm
    $60++ per person, includes 2 cocktail recipes & light refreshments
    Limited slots available

    Reservations: +65 8188 0900
    FB: Horse’s Mouth / IG: @HorsesMouth

  • World Food Fair 2018

    World Food Fair is back with its 15th edition! Come and indulge in a comprehensive and sumptuous range of delights from all over the world. Over ​500 local and international exhibitors from the food and beverage industry will showcase products like baked goods, barbecue, biscuits, cereals, organic products, poultry, processed food, vegetarian food, and so much more. Up to 50,000 people are expected to visit the World Food fair 2018.

    Guests will enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 deals, flash coupon deals, special bundles, and limited special price deals. Cash prizes and other exciting rewards also await customers!

  • Beerfest Asia

    Beerfest Asia is bringing the widest range of local and international beers to an event to celebrate its 10th year of bringing great beer and great entertainment to Singapore. Join them and enjoy the new launches as well as the all-time award winners. Beyond that is 10 limited edition Beerfest Asia Birthday Beers, created by 10 breweries around the world, which can only be found at the festival.

    Tribute bands, local live bands, and DJs are invited to electrify the crowd. On the event’s last day, Beerfest Asia will transform into a family carnival with inflatables and games stalls, suitable for children and pets.

  • Game of Rhones in Singapore

    Wine is coming! The celebration of the great grape varieties of the Rhone Valley makes its epic journey to Singapore for the very first time in 2018! The best Grenache, Shiraz, Mourvedre, Viognier, and Marsanne of the French valley will be showcased together with some of the best from Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

    There will be more than 100 different wines in a range of styles offered at the venue for wine lovers to taste and find out your new loves. Just start the exploration with the Plumm wine glass given to each ticket holder. A range of food, beer, and cider is available to purchase on the day from local legends.

  • Yummy Food Expo 2018

    Yummy Food Expo 2018 is coming on stage again this June, promising to take more than 1,000 food products from over 150 exhibitors to the show. There will be yummy cooked food, drinks, and desserts for a delicious food tour plus ready to cook food, snacks, chocolates and confectionery, pastries, chilled and frozen packed food, sauces and condiments, coffee & tea, grains, healthy & organic food, health & wellness supplements, and herbs & tonic for an exciting shopping tour.

    Come to enjoy the food, exclusive deals and chance to win wonderful prizes.

  • Singapore Food Expo 2018

    Singapore Food Manufacturers’ Association (SFMA) is bringing back Singapore Food Expo this May 2018! This year, the SFMA has invited more than 100 exhibitors showcasing over 1,000 quality products. At least 600,000 visitors are expected to flock to the event throughout the entire duration.

    Aside from an array of delicious food to drool over, there will also be fun entertainment and stage activities for the participants to enjoy. TV personalities as well as local and international artists are expected to grace the 5-day event.

    PAssion Card members will enjoy free gifts, special items, and big discounts.

    The Longevity Partners Award and the Food Innovation Product Award (FIPA) are also given out during the Singapore Food Expo.

  • Food Adventure Series – Tea Menu

    This four-part food adventure series is headlined by Tiffany Wee, naturopath, nutritionist, and mindful eating teacher. The Tea Menu is the fourth and final session of this series where participants will learn more about the wonders and health benefits of drinking tea. Participants will get to taste different kinds of tea at the end of the session. Free goodie bags will also be given to all attendees.

    Tiffany Wee is a Singapore-born Australia-trained naturopath who founded Mind Body Shine. Her interest in wellness started when she worked as a resident writer for a holistic magazine 20 years ago. She is a graduate of the National University of Singapore and pursued naturopathic studies in Australia. Since 2005, she has worked with different international wellness centres including Chiva Som Thailand, Conrad Maldives, ESPA, Verita, and Balanced Living.

    Being a much sought-after nutrition speaker in Singapore, Tiffany Wee has presented on various nutrition topics for top corporate clients like Aveda, Metro, ION Orchard, PayPal, and TripAdvisor. She also writes regularly for RUN magazine and ElevenAsia. She runs a busy private practice where she specializes in mindful eating and weight management.

  • Wine Tasting – Drink for a Good Cause

    Love wine? Here’s a good reason to drink and support a good cause! The Monash University Alumni is hosting a wine tasting event in support of the Children’s Cancer Foundation. Learn from the invited sommelier and know more about pairing food with Australian wine. Selected bottles are available for purchase after the event.

  • Savour: Christmas Wonderland

    This year, Savour partners with Christmas Wonderland to bring back Singapore’s premier gourmet festival. Savour showcases delectable gourmet dishes by celebrity chefs and Michelin-starred restaurants. There will also be cheese tastings and sampling sessions of hams and turkey. This Christmas, you don’t have to travel far just to sample great food and wines from around the world!

  • Whisky Live Singapore 2017

    Whisky Live is an international tasting event that travels across major cities in the world. The event will be staged in Singapore for its 8th season. The 2-day extravaganza is organized by La Maison du Whisky and will feature over 70 whiskey brands for tasting. Come to enjoy what you like at the tasting booths, collectors room, pop up bars and restaurants.

  • Singapore Wine Fiesta 2017

    The Straits Wine Company is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Singapore Wine Fiesta! It is dubbed as Singapore’s biggest outdoor wine festival where visitors can sample around 300 wines from around the world.

    The fun continues every night at the after-hours wine party, complete with DJ’s and live music. What a great way to enjoy wine and meet fellow wine lovers against the backdrop of Marina Bay!

  • The Great Food Festival 2017

    The Great Food Festival 2017 will be the first of its kind in Singapore. This collaboration between Resorts World Sentosa and Savour Events provides the stage for 40 international celebrity chefs to showcase their craft through more than 100 signature dishes and 300 flavoursome pastries.

    Featured chefs will also conduct master classes and workshops.

  • World Food Fair 2017

    World Food Fair 2017 is the 14th edition of this annual gastronomic extravaganza in Singapore. More than 200 food and beverage establishments from the Lion city and around the world will converge on Singapore Expo four days to provide a smorgasbord of gustatory delights to locals and visitors.

  • Epicurean Market 2017

    Epicurean Market is now on its 5th year of showcasing a food and wine extravaganza in Singapore. This year’s event will feature signature dishes from award-winning restaurants: Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, and Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda, among others.

    You also get to meet celebrity chefs like Tetsuya Wakuda (Waku Ghin), David Myers (Adrift) and Nancy Silverton (Mozza). Shop for fresh produce at the Farmer’s Market or sample wine of various labels at the Wine Walk and get the best wine deals!

  • Singapore Coffee Festival 2017

    This Singapore’s most anticipated coffee event is organized by Straits Times and DBS Bank. The festival showcases creations by Singapore’s top cafes and foreign coffee producers.

    Different coffee products and gadgets by over 100 exhibitors will be on display. You can also learn more about coffee through the lab sessions. Local music artists will set the mood while you enjoy a fresh brew at the waterfront.


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