If you enjoy watching reality TV show MasterChef, this is one dining event you can’t miss out on. On Thursday, September 1, see how an amateur chef races against time – 48 hours, to be exact – to come up with an original 5-course dinner menu for guests. The chef in question: Macau-bred art director Clay Kuok, who is currently based in Singapore. Thanks to her family of foodies and rich travel experiences, expect fusion plates that feature elements from around the world, such as a dish combining sushi, paella, claypot and fried rice, and refreshing sugarcane and gin slushies. Kilo Kallang (66 Kampong Bugis), $65++ per person, call 6467-3987 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a booking
What do you get when you put two incredible cooking talents together? One smashing eight-course dinner, that’s what. Next Thursday, September 8, chef Ryan Clift of Tippling Club will team up with Spanish chef Josean Alija of Nerua restaurant at Guggenheim Bilbao to create a tantalising menu featuring their ultra-progressive and innovative dishes. What you can expect: Tippling Club’s premium cuts of A4 grade wagyu beef with tomato, horseradish and sea grapes, and Nerua’s signature prawn with vegetable broth, enoki mushroom, and curry. $295++/ $390++ with wine pairing, email email@example.com to make a reservation
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