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Fresh offerings for Epicurean Market

Fresh experiences have been added to the line-up for the Epicurean Market fourth annual food and wine fair at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore from August 12 to 14.

As well as new restaurant booths in the celebrity-chef arena, there will be a new series of masterclasses led by wine and spirits aficionados, plus late-night after-parties.

With Singapore Michelin stars just added, restaurants Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda and Cut by Wolfgang Puck will be represented alongside other award-winning and celebrity-chef restaurants.

Award-winning American restaurant Yardbird Southern Table & Bar will have a booth offering a sample of the Southern fare it will provide when it launches at Marina Bay Sands next year.

Other new booths will feature restaurants North and the Michelin-starred Golden Peacock Indian restaurant from The Venetian, Macau.

Also on the menu are the celebrity-chef restaurants of Marina Bay Sands – Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen with its signature fish and chips, Mozza with handcrafted pizzette and hand-pulled mozzarella, the DB Bistro & Oyster Bar, Waku Ghin with signature dishes from its 10-course degustation experience, Chef Tetsuya’s Patisserie Platine with cakes and desserts, Cut with executive chef Joshua Brown, Adrift with Asian-inspired fare by David Myers, and Justin Quek’s Sky on 57 offering traditional Asian flavours with a classical French twist.

For the first time, Epicurean Market will introduce the luxury Sands Signature Series, master classes led by wine and spirits experts.

Wine enthusiasts are offered a glimpse into the diversity of the wine regions of Australia and New Zealand, or can learn about Tuscan wines, or take an Australian sparkling Shiraz food-pairing odyssey. There will also be a master class on the production of biodynamic wines.

Beyond wine, there are vintage port, rare sake and shochu tastings, as well as a master class about aged Japanese whiskies from the Chichibu, Hanyu and Suntory distilleries.

Remy Martin’s brand ambassador Chris Kwek will also hold a Louis XIII appreciation class.

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