Published: 19 August 2014 by:

 

The highly-anticipated Epicurean Market by Marina Bay Sands returns to Singapore from 12-14 September, 2014 with a fresh theme and participation by the integrated resort's stellar cast of celebrity chefs as well as the country's finest wine distributors and food suppliers.

The journey to a gastronomic adventure begins at Epicurean Market, which features a sophisticated indoor picnic theme this year within a beautiful garden setting. Guests will get to savour exquisite dishes and fine wines from over 50 restaurants, wineries and leading brands, expand their culinary knowledge through master classes and indulge in a market brimming with fresh produce.

Fresh from their Asia's 50 Best Restaurants victories, award-winning chefs David Thompson (Long Chim) and Tetsuya Wakuda (Waku Ghin) will join their Singaporean contemporary Justin Quek (Sky on 57) in the line-up. Other renowned chefs making an appearance and giving master classes include Mozza's Nancy Silverton, recipient of the 2014 James Beard Foundation's coveted 'Outstanding Chef' award, and David Myers, award-winning chef and restaurateur from Los Angeles.

Priced at $23 per person for a three-day pass, each ticket comes with a pair of premium wine glasses by Schott Zwiesel. Each visitor will gain complimentary access to an exciting line-up of master classes by chefs and bakers, food and drink demonstrations by sommeliers, wine producers, mixologists and various industry experts.

For more information on Epicurean Market, please visit www.marinabaysands.com/epicurean-market

 

 

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