What to do in Singapore this week: 23 to 30 May 2019

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We highlight the best our city has to offer, and what’s keeping the city abuzz, including (but not limited to) restaurant and hotel openings, staycay packages, art exhibitions, boozy brunches and more

No More Free Space
‘No More Free Space’, which was showcased at the Biennale Architettura in Venice, will find a new home at the National Design Centre

No More Free Space

Set against the backdrop of the red dot’s compact urban environment, the Singapore Pavilion from this year’s International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia is all about questioning whether there’s still free space in Singapore. It features 12 projects that showcase the resourcefulness of architects, their inspirations and realisation of ideas, while borrowing natural resources such as light, air, greenery and water. Visitors to the exhibition will find themselves enveloped in an Instagram-worthy acrylic cloud and immersed in a multisensory projection of lights, sounds, images and even scents.

No More Free Space runs from 18 May to 30 June at the National Design Centre

Gujarati Food Festival at Rang Panch
An exclusive 10-day exploration of Gujarati cuisine

Gujarati Food Festival

Rang Mahal is hosting renowned Gujarati cuisine caterer, Tapan Chokshi, and his team of chefs from Ahmedabad in Gujarat, India for a 10-day festival. Together with Rang Mahal’s corporate chef, Milind Sovani, the team will present an array of authentic and traditional Gujarati dishes. Highlights of this purely vegetarian menu include Gujarati favourites such Keri No Ras, fresh tangy sweet mango pulp and Tadka Undhiyu, a hallmark one-pot veggie casserole.

The Gujarati Food Festival will take place from 24 May to 2 June

Melissa Tham at Maduro
Catch Jazz songbird Melissa Tham on Maduro’s opening night

Maduro’s Tiara Friday Club

Immerse yourself in an evening of jazz and cocktails at the launch of Maduro, a new listening lounge and bar in Dempsey. Situated above the all-day French bistro Atout, Maduro will serve up age-old wines, Scottish malt whisky and sultry covers of Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra’s greatest hits by local singer Melissa Tham.

Maduro’s Tiara Friday Club takes place on 24 May


Delve into the world of graffiti through Constellation, an exhibition showcasing the works of Futura, the godfather of contemporary street art. Curated by pop artist Jahan Loh, the exhibition will showcase 30 specially commissioned pieces that highlight Futura’s first encounter with Singapore in 1974. Make sure to catch the debut screening of Futura: 60 Minutes with the Street Art Legend, a new mini documentary about his career followed by a dialogue session and after-party at The Projector and Intermission Bar.

 Constellation will run from 30 May to 9 June at Gillman Barracks

Singapore International Festival of Arts

Explore Singapore’s thriving creative scene as the Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) returns for its 42nd edition on 16 May. The festival showcases a range of programmes from all over the world, spread over 18 days at various locations across the island. Don’t forget to catch the headlining play Dionysus – a cross-cultural adaptation of the Greek tragedy The Bacchae – by Suzuki Company of Toga (Japan) and Purnati Indonesia (Indonesia).

SIFA runs from 16 May to 2 June

Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Singapore edition

Gucci Osteria’s five-week pop-up in Singapore is currently running until 2 June at the Arts House. For the uninitiated, Gucci Osteria is the brainchild of luxury fashion house Gucci and world-renowned chef Massimo Bottura. The 60-seater Singapore edition features walls charmingly kitted out with the iconic red Gucci Herbarium motif wallpaper that was exclusively flown in from Florence. The stage that’s built within the Arts House is strikingly clad in a shade of green; the same exact colour that can be found in Gucci Osteria in Florence.

The Uni Crab Tostada is a lip-smacking start to our gustatory journey here. Resting beneath a crisp corn tortilla cracker is a serving of sweet crab salad bathed in a briny Hokkaido uni sauce; the cracker is adorned with pickled radish, avocado, chipotle mayonnaise and coriander and hibiscus powder. The Crunchy Part of the Lasagna, however, failed to meet our expectations. The ragù and béchamel sauce combination could have been served in a bigger portion to allow for a more balanced bite when indulged together with the pasta sheet.

We cleansed our palate with the Charley Marley, a heart-warming ode to chef Bottura’s second son, Charlie, who loves chocolate. The decadent finger sandwich is made up of nectarous layers of hazelnut biscuit (which has ‘Gucci’ engraved on it), hazelnut praline, dark chocolate ganache and lastly, kaya cream, which added the perfect touch of local flavour to the dessert.

Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Singapore edition will take place from 1 May until 2 June

il Cielo’s Seasonal Summer Opulence Menu by chef Yohhei Sasaki

Available for a limited time only – 1 May to 30 June – il Cielo’s Summer Opulence menu prepared by chef Yohhei Sasaki encapsulates the best of seasonal ingredients specially flown in from Italy and Japan. Highlights of the four-course menu include Hokkaido Snow Crab, Sicilian Red Prawns and the Japanese eggplant. Try not to skip the Risotto alla Genovese Napoletana – a dish where three kinds of risotto are slow-cooked in a mixture of Wagyu short horn shoulder, basil and beef juice.

il Cielo’s Summer Opulence menu is available at Hilton Singapore from 1 May to 30 June 

Indulge in a plethora of culinary creations that are made from sustainably-sourced ingredients

Verde Kitchen Introduces Sustainable, Seasonal Menu Specials

If turning off your lights for an hour isn’t enough this Earth Day, then head to this cosy 32-seater at Hilton Singapore for a delicious farm-to-table spread using locally farmed ingredients and sustainably sourced seafood. The seasonal menu is designed to raise awareness about sustainable food systems, and will feature delectable options such as Nonya-style New Zealand Rockling Fish ($24), Oven-baked Lemongrass Lacto Chicken ($24) and a Grilled Tuna Burger in Sunflower Seed Brioche ($24).

Verde Kitchen’s seasonal menu is available until 31 May

Wonderland Exhibition - Marina Bay Sands
Discover how artists and filmmakers have portrayed Alice and her story for over a century. Image courtesy of Phoebe Powell

Wonderland – An Interactive Exhibition

Revolving around Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, this exhibition takes many a twist and turn – enhanced by the newly-created, “enchanted”– ‘Lost Map of Wonderland’. Not to give too much away, the map is worth referring to for hidden gems that otherwise might not be seen. Through 10 sections, loosely corresponding to chapters in the original book, as well as the sequel Through the Looking Glass, we follow Alice on her trials (at least one) and tribulations. Read the full review here.

The exhibition runs until 22 September at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands


Past Events

European Union Film Festival

Hosted at the National Gallery Singapore, the European Union Film Festival (EUFF) is back for its 29th edition to showcase the best of contemporary European cinema, with Romania as this year’s featured country. Catch films of various genres from comedy musicals to historical dramas and special highlights such as ‘Beside Me’ (Romania) and ‘A Fortunate Man’ (Denmark).

European Union Film Festival runs until 19 May 

Singapore Cocktail Festival

Get ready for a special bicentennial edition of the Singapore Cocktail Festival. This year’s Festival Village at Empress Lawn will play host to the 2019 Asia’s 50 Best Bars’ winners, artisanal spirit brands and, of course, the best street food. You can also look forward to a range of bar tours and takeovers across the island, a Barstylez International Bartender Championship, where bartenders from more than 25 countries showcase their best cocktail skills, as well as the #SGCFBarAcademy event, where industry leaders will engage in discussions about cocktail culture and trends.

Singapore Cocktail Festival will be held from 10 to 18 May

Hermès Heritage – In Motion

Take a trip back in time with the Hermès Heritage – In Motion exhibition at Hermès Liat Towers. The exhibition explores the spirit of travel that is deeply rooted in the brand’s DNA, and will present objects from the Émile Hermès collection, the brand’s archives, the Hermès Conservatoire of Creations and other contemporary pieces.

Hermès Heritage – In Motion runs from 11 to 19 May

Beppe de Vito, Aura

Chef Beppe de Vito of Aura restaurant

Exclusive contemporary Four-Hands collaboration between Aura and Lume

Head over to Aura at the National Gallery of Singapore to indulge in the gastronomic showcase of award-winning Italian cuisine curated by chef Beppe De Vito from Aura and chef Luigi Taglienti from one-Michelin-starred Lume in Milan. Highlights of this exclusive menu include chef Luigi’s signature creations such as Squid in Black and White and Black Truffle Tiramisu.

The exclusive Four-hands collaboration menu is available from 15 to 18 May at Aura

Art at Curate by Chef Ryuta Iizuka

Experience French-Japanese cuisine this year at Art at Curate – Resorts World Sentosa’s annual celebration of gastronomic art. This year’s edition features chef Ryuta Iizuka from two Michelin-starred Ryuzu in Tokyo in a four-hands collaboration with Curate’s chef de cuisine Benjamin Halat. Utilising mainly seasonal Japanese produce, must-haves include Chef Iizuka’s signature Shiitake Mushroom Tarte as well as an exclusive creation called Grouper, an intriguing take where the fish is deftly poached with a light Japanese citrusy touch.

Art at Curate runs from 10 to 16 May 

Peroni Sunset Cinema

Calling all film buffs! Catch the latest Hollywood blockbusters and top indie titles at Peroni Sunset Cinema’s 2019 edition. Set at Tanjong Beach, sit back against the sunset with ice-cold tipples, live DJ sets and delicious cuisines as you catch top films like Widows, Green Book, Bohemian Rhapsody and Robert Redford’s very last movie, The Old Man and The Gun.

Peroni Sunset Cinema runs until 15 May

American Icons at Opera Gallery

The American Icons exhibition pays tribute to the forefathers and spearheads of the American art scene, showcasing the work of renowned maestros such as Alexander Calder, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Sam Francis and Frank Stella, amongst many others. The thought-provoking showcase, which will be unveiled on 26 April in Ion Orchard, is also a celebration of Opera Gallery’s 25th anniversary.

American Icons will be exhibited in Opera Gallery from 26 April to 12 May 

Scottish chef and seafood expert Roy Brett has been invited as a special guest to World Gourmet Summit

World Gourmet Summit

Green is in at this year’s edition of this popular food festival. This year, World Gourmet Summit turns its focus towards sustainability, food-waste management and the need for a plastic-free society. Hear what sustainability expects have to say at the annual forum, discover delectable bites and smart tipples at the Gastro-Market Place and keep a sharp eye out for a selection of specially curated dinners helmed by top chefs like Chris Wade (pictured).

World Gourmet Summit runs until 12 May

Quinteto Astor Piazzolla Live In Singapore

The famous Argentine ensemble Quinteto Astor Piazzolla will be performing in Singapore for the first time. Specialising in the music of the late Argentine comporoser Astor Piazzolla, the quintet will showcase some of his most beloved compositions, which include Portrait of Milton – a tribute to Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Milton Nascimento – and Portrait of Alfredo Gobbi, a tribute to the Argentine violin player and composer Alfredo Gobbi.

The performance takes place on 7 May at the Victoria Concert Hall, 8pm

GastroFest at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

Set amid the hotel’s lush grounds, GastroFest (from $228 per person) promises live music performances, exciting activities such as an Art Jamming Lawn and a variety of delicious cuisines from The Line and Waterfall Ristorante Italiano. There will also be a list of pop-up stations from F&B partners such as Meat Smith, Tono Cevicheria and The Pantree, all complemented by Veuve Cliquot Champagne.

GastroFest is a one-day event that runs from 12.30pm to 5pm on 5 May

Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan

Expect nine riveting excerpts from choreographer Lin Hwai-min’s most acclaimed works, which address Taiwan’s 1947 massacre, combine tai chi tao yin with works from Bach, and showcase the art of calligraphy.

Performances happen on 3 and 4 May at The Esplanade

Concourse Skyline Penthouse presented by Robb Report

This Friday, 26 April, we’ll be revealing our most anticipated project to date: Concourse Skyline Penthouse presented by Robb Report. Situated alongside Beach Road, and close to the nation’s most popular attractions, the Penthouse will be home to 16 different zones that are kitted out with exclusive and exquisite furniture, décor items and collectibles by more than 20 luxury brands, including Lladró, Affluency, Sub-Zero and Wolf, Akar de Nissim, Devialet, Manolo Blahnik, Max Mara, Ermenegildo Zegna, Space Furniture, Xtra Designs and Samsung amongst numerous others. Keep your eyes peeled for a World of Diamond 1.01-carat natural fancy vivid blue diamond that sits elegantly in The Capsule on the ground floor.

The launch of the Concourse Skyline Penthouse Presented by Robb Report on 26 April is by-invitation only. 

Brooks Brothers
Made-to-measure garments by Brooks Brothers are typically ready in six to eight weeks

Brooks Brothers’ Made-To-Measure Trunk Show

The company has recently introduced its made-to-measure services in its Singapore boutiques, offering over 300 fabrics to choose from, along with an array of shirt collar, pocket square and lining options. Garments typically take six to eight weeks for completion, and prices start from $250 for shirts, and $2,275 for suits. To celebrate its launch, Brooks Brothers will hold a three-day trunk show at its Paragon store. A tailoring specialist will be on site to personalise the garments.

Brooks Brothers’ Made-To-Measure trunk show will be held from 26 to 28 April

Tasmanian Grazing Menu at Skirt

If you’re looking to take a trip to Tasmania this year, and are wondering how its produce differs from the rest of Australia, make a trip to Skirt at W Singapore Sentosa Cove. The steakhouse has teamed up with Tourism Tasmania to offer a month-long grazing menu ($85++ per person) that features the best of Tasmanian produce. You’ll enjoy Spring Bay mussels, Petuna ocean trout and a hearty slab of shortribs.

Tasmanian Grazing Menu is available at Skirt from now until 21 April

Manhattan Regent Singapore

NoMad Bar Guest Shift: Leo Robitschek & Pietro Collina at Manhattan

You know time flies when in a blink of an eye, Regent Singapore announces the celebration of the fifth birthday of its famed Manhattan bar. As part of its festivities, it has introduced a ‘guest shift’, featuring two of the world’s best bartenders: Leo Robitschek and Pietro Collina of The NoMad Bar. Together with head bartender Sophia Kang, the trio will shake up six special cocktails for one night, including Foxtrot, Manhattan Milk Punch and Nod to Nothing.

NoMad Bar Guest Shift happens on 24 April, at Manhattan, from 7pm onwards

Marquee Singapore

Marquee opens in Singapore

A three-storey slide — that’s perfectly safe for sober adults — and a 30-m indoor Ferris wheel that works… inside a club? Count us in. Marquee, a nightclub-cum-carnival for adults, has officially landed in our city. If you haven’t already been invited to the opening of Marquee (the party starts tomorrow night), then perhaps you’ll need to reconsider your social circle. Of course, the music gets the party going well into the night. Tiesto and Afrojack will be opening acts this weekend.

Marquee is located at #B1-67 at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

Tom Green at The Vagabond Club

Tom Green – Live in Singapore

Who wants to start a Friday night on a roaring good note? For one night only on Friday, 12 April, comedian Tom Green will make an appearance at The Vagabond Hotel’s Whiskey Library. This pitstop is part of Green’s Asia Comedy Tour, presented by Internationational Comedy Festival. Tickets are priced at $80 and $110; the latter includes a meet and greet with Green and two hours of free-flow on select alcohol.

Tom Green – Live in Singapore takes place on 12 April, 8pm, at The Whiskey Library at The Vagabond Club 

HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens

HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens

The 16 teams have arrived on our shores for yet another run, with Fiji coming in victorious at the recent Hong Kong match. The win for Fiji has helped narrow the gap between Fiji and current leaders, the US. Both sides are currently fighting to be the first qualifier for the Rugby Sevens at next year’s Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Individual adult tickets start from $49, and group packages are available at $120 and $320.

The HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens finals will take place on 13 and 14 April at the National Stadium

Les Vivent les Vins Libres

Vivent Les Vins Libre Festival

Eat, drink and be merry this weekend at the Vivent Les Vins Libre (VLVL) Festival 2019, where you’ll get to interact with 19 natural winemakers from all over the world. The show, originally from Paris, has spread its vines to our city. You’ll enjoy food and wine pairings, masterclasses featuring all the winemakers and walk away with a fun fact or two about what it takes to produce the good stuff.

Vivent Les Vins Libre Festival 2019 takes place from 13 – 15 April at various locations in the city including Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari

Things to do in Singapore - Plastikophobia


Contrary to popular belief, plastic straws aren’t the only thing destroying the planet and its wildlife – single-use plastic is also a prime culprit. Learn more about its devastating effects on Gaia at #Plastikophobia, an immersive art installation made from 18,000 plastic cups that were collected at local food centres around the island. The installation was designed by artists Von Wong and Joshua Goh, who worked with social impact strategist Laura Francois to bring the project to life.

#Plastikophobia runs until 18 April at the Sustainable Singapore Gallery, Marina Barrage

Singapore Yacht Show 2019

Singapore Yacht Show

Nautical enthusiasts will revel at the Singapore Yacht Show, which is back for its ninth instalment this year. In addition to a 46-strong yacht display, you’ll also enjoy the annual luxury supercar parade, live music, a variety of luxury lifestyle products, tenders and watersport equipment (from $20 for a single-day pass). Don’t miss out on the glam parties and popular Gala dinner.

The Singapore Yacht Show 2019 takes place from 11 to 14 April at One Degree 15 Marina on Sentosa Island

Things to do in Singapore - David Yarrow at Miaja Gallery

It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere: Solo Exhibition By David Yarrow

David Yarrow’s acclaimed It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere photo exhibition captures the beauty and unique character of endangered wild animals in Borneo, Kenya, South Africa, Namibia, Iceland and other remote places in sharp, black and white prints. Displayed over two floors at Miaja Gallery, the exhibition will feature 28 prints, some of which are exclusive to the gallery. Keep an eye out for a selection of limited edition prints from Yarrow’s latest project in Montana, featuring the iconic Cindy Crawford.

David Yarrow’s ‘It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere’ exhibition is held from 15 March to 11 April at Miaja Gallery

Things to do in Singapore - Anne-Marie live in Singapore

Anne-Marie Live In Singapore

The English singer-songwriter, best known for her hit single Rockabye with electronic duo Clean Bandit, is heading to the red dot for a one-night-only concert (from $98). Expect to hear hits from her 2018 debut album Speak Your Mind and her other chart-topping beats.

Anne-Marie Live in Singapore happens 9 April at the Capitol Theatre

Things to do in Singapore - Cheek Bistro - Chef Rishi Naleendra

Cheek Bistro

Those in the CBD may have mourned the closure of Michelin-starred restaurant Cheek by Jowl, but can now look forward to digging into the same hearty modern Australian fare at Cheek Bistro. Yes, the name’s somewhat familiar. Yes, it’s run by the same team, led by husband-and-wife duo chef Rishi Naleendra and Manuela Toniolo. Yes, it sits at the same spot Cheek by Jowl used to. What’s different? It’s no longer about fine dining, but a casual, well, bistro instead. Find a spot in one of the booths and watch as chefs get to work in the open kitchen. Highlights include Beef Tartare with Millet, Spanish Mackerel with Zucchini and Goat’s Cheese Parfait. Cocktails and wines are also available.

Cheek Bistro is located at 21 Boon Tat Street

Clarins Ice Cream Bar

Going shopping in Orchard? Beat the heat and head over to Clarins Ice Cream Bar. Learn what works best for your skin type, try the brand’s best sellers and enjoy a one-minute lips touch-up pampering session. There’s also an actual ice cream bar by local gelato boutique Birds of Paradise. Look out for the Cherry Basil ice cream among the eight featured flavours, which was created specially for Clarins.

Clarins Ice Cream Bar is open from March 8 to 17 at ION Orchard, from 10am to 10pm

Estée Lauder Power Of Night Pop-Up

The American skincare brand sheds light on how life in the 21st century affects our skin. Take part in an interactive discovery quiz, create a customised bedtime routine and learn how technology has made it possible for skincare products to work in sync with our body’s natural circadian rhythm, which, in turn, helps boost skin repair and renewal. Attendees will also get to take the brand’s Advanced Night Repair Serum home.

Estée Lauder Power Of Night Pop-Up will happen on 23 and 24 March at the Visual Arts Centre from 11am to 8pm

Les Amis’ 25th Anniversary Menu

The French restaurant celebrates its 25th birthday this year. To commemorate this milestone, executive chef Sebastian Lepinoy and his team have curated a seasonal menu, using ingredients from France. The five-course menu ($250++) includes a Sea Urchin Souffle and Omi Beef. Each diner will also get to savour a complimentary glass of 2004 Bruno Paillard Brut Assemblage champagne.

Les Amis’ 25th anniversary menu is available from 15 to 31 March

Mitzo x Louis M. Martini Wine Pairing Dinner

Mitzo at Grand Park Orchard will be showcasing an exclusive, one-night-only, five-course wine-pairing dinner ($108++ per person) with Louis M. Martini Winery. Get acquainted with wines from this family-owned winery, introduced by wine connoisseur Aubrey Buckingham, as you tuck into sumptuous dishes such as Mitzo Special Barbeque Pork, Wasabi Monkey Head Mushrooms and Double-boiled Fish Maw, Assorted Mushroom & Fungus in Chicken Consommé.

The Mitzo x Louis M. Martini Wine Pairing Dinner will be held on 29 March, from 7pm to 9pm

Once Upon A Time With Glenfiddich World’s Most Experimental Bartender

Renowned bartenders Shinichi Itoh from Oto in Manila, Philippines and Johnny Tsai from Bar TCRC in Tainan, Taiwan will grace Tippling Club’s popular Once Upon A Time series this March. Winners of the 2018 Glenfiddich’s World’s Most Experimental Bartender competitions in Taiwan and Philippines, Itoh and Tsai will concoct five speciality cocktails for this one-night-only event. The menu is priced at $155++ per person, and includes five cocktails and five dishes.

Once Upon A Time With Glenfiddich World’s Most Experimental Bartender will be held at Tippling Club on Monday, 25 March, from 7pm

One Night With Roberto Cuda Of The Sukhothai Bangkok

Award-winning mixologist Roberto Cuda – based in one of Thailand’s most established luxury hotels – is coming to Singapore for one night only to showcase his favourite cocktails, each inspired by his travel experiences. Guests will get to choose from three cocktails, Hazelnut Americano, Bangkok-Turin, a Negroni made using Thai gin, and Scent of the Sea, a gimlet using plankton and seaweed.

One Night with Roberto Cuda of The Sukhothai Bangkok will take place on March 21 at The Warehouse Hotel’s Lobby Bar from 6pm to 11pm


Propeller Bar

Propeller’s Wanderlust Party Series

This popular rooftop bar is bringing Japan to you with its new country-themed Wanderlust Party series ($108 per person). This weekend, you’ll get to enjoy three hours of free-flow premium sakes, Roku Gin, Meiji Shines cocktails and bites such as sushi, mentaiko pasta, chicken karaage and much more. There’s also a sake masterclass for novices, taught by certified sake sommelier Eugene Wong of Mr Otaru.

The Wanderlust Party – Japan happens 29 and 30 March

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore Supports Earth Hour 2019

Earth Hour is back again on 30 March, but instead of marking it at home on your own, join in the activities at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore. An acoustic music performance by piano prodigy Jarell Tang will take place in the hotel lobby, where guests can also light candles to illuminate the hotel’s Earth Hour signage. Waterfall Ristorante Italiano will offer a candlelight dinner experience at the poolside. The set menu is priced at $80++ per person and includes a welcome Mimosa cocktail.

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore’s Earth Hour activities will take place on 30 March, 8.30pm to 9.30pm

Stefano Ricci Opens At Marina Bay Sands

This menswear brand has launched a new luxury shopping concept at Marina Bay Sands. The elegant boutique’s interior is made with exclusive dark brown briar-root wood and pietra serena, the Florentine stone from the heart of the Italian city. Find the brand’s latest collections and classic wardrobe options alongside a carefully curated selection of exotic leather goods.

Stefano Ricci is located at Galleria Level #B1-77A/78, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

The Clifford Pier’s Fiery Signatures By The Bay

Spice, spice baby. For three weeks only, The Clifford Pier at The Fullerton Bay Hotel will showcase a selection of dishes that best represent local, Thai, Malaysian and Indonesian flavours. Curated by executive sous chef Zacharie Ong, you’ll get to pick from five dishes including White Bee Hoon with Lala Clam ($38++), Grilled Cincalok Spring Chicken ($43++) and Nasi Bakar ($15++).

The Clifford Pier’s Fiery Signatures By The Bay is available from 7 to 29 March

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s ‘Home of the Stars’ series

The successful culinary series returns this year to Lighthouse Restaurant with chef Luigi Salomone from one Michelin-starred Piazzetta Milù in Naples, Italy at the helm. Be spoiled with mouthwatering appetisers like the Beef Tartare with Smoked Eel, Taleggio Cheese and Almond,savoury mains like Barbecue Cube Roll Striploin Beef or Orbetello Seabass in Seafood Broth and top it off with his signature creamy Tiramisù. Chef Salomone’s culinary creations are available a la carte (from $22 per dish), as a four- or five-course degustation menu ($148 per person) or as a five-course degustation dinner ($158 per person)

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s ‘Home of the Stars’ series is available until 31 March

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore’s Superbrunch, Monopoly edition

Ah, Monopoly. The game that not only gathers families together, but has the power to rip them apart (cue table-flipping moments). This year, it finds itself as the theme for The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore‘s annual SuperBrunch ($298++). You’ll be spoilt silly with 34 live stations and four themed cocktail bars, all decked out to represent the board game. Yes, there’s even a jail cell. Guests also get to walk away with a bespoke set of the hotel’s version of the game.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore’s Superbrunch, Monopoly edition will be held on Sunday, March 17, from 12pm to 3:30pm

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