Tuesday, July 21, 2015

The massive resort will be hosting celebrity
chefs, incredible tastings, and a nightly after-party.
Next month, the Epicurean Market will return for its third year in a row to
Singapore's Marina Bay Sands resort. This year's edition of the market,
which will run August 14-16, will offer a sneak preview of the hotel's
forthcoming restaurant, Spago by Wolfgang Puck; three expo halls showcasing
the resort's nine other celebrity chef restaurants; appearances from some of
those chefs themselves; plus plenty of cocktails, cheeses, sausages, and
coffee, as well as a Wine Zone.
Courtesy of Marina Bay Sands The massive Marina Bay Sands—which
also boasts 2,560 rooms and suites, a shopping mall, convention center, and
two theaters—will mostly tap into its own resources for the three-day
market. And those resources are plenty, especially when it comes to culinary
talent. Los Angeles chef Nancy Silverton (of Pizzeria Mozza and Osteria
Mozza) will join in the festivities, along with Australian chef Tetsuya Wakuda
(Waku Ghin), Thai cuisine expert David Thompson (Long Chim), popular
Singaporean chef Justin Quek (Sky on 57), and former L. A. "gypsy" chef
David Myers (Adrift). These chefs will be offering tips and workshops
throughout the festival, and their restaurants will have pavilions at the expo
to offer samples of their food and, in Wakuda's case, sake. The
resort's three remaining celebrity chef restaurants—db Bistro & Oyster
Bar from Daniel Boulud, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, and the brand new Bread Street
Kitchen from Gordon Ramsay—will represent at the expo as well. Executive
chef Sabrina Stillhart of Bread Street Kitchen, which opened in June, will
offer master classes and tastings from the newcomer's menu. Meanwhile,
Puck's restaurant empire will offers bites from CUT as well as from his
flagship restaurant, Spago, which will make its debut in Asia at Marina Bay
Sands later this year. Courtesy of
Marina Bay Sands Beyond the big-name chefs, this year's
Epicurean Market will also include a produce-filled Food Fresh Market, more
than 20 wineries in the Wine Zone, plus booths from the Cheese Artisan, Swiss
Butchery, Brewer's Coffee, and spirits-maker Proof & Company.
Restaurants from the adjoining shopping complex will be on hand, too, as well
as a bar appropriately named "the Bar. " Finally, this year's Epicurean
Market includes a new event: the after-party. From 9 p. m. until 1 a. m.
the nights of August 14 and 15, the market will transform into an after-party
free for anyone with a pass that will feature small bites, cocktails made by
the bartenders at the resort's many restaurants, and local DJs. Tickets
for the Epicurean Market are on sale now; a three-day pass and entry to the
after-party will run you $28 Singapore dollars, or roughly $21 U. S. dollars.
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