It’s back and bigger than ever.
Clear out your schedule during the weekend spanning 12 – 14 August! That’s when this year’s Epicurean Market is taking place, and with the number of master classes and array of food on offer, this is one event you won’t want to miss out on.
1. You get to learn more about the poison of your choice
This year’s Epicurean Market sees the introduction of the Sands Signature Series, a series of premium master classes where you can learn more about wines and spirits by experts in business. A fan of Australian and New Zealand wines? Then sign up for Whistlestop Terroir of Australia, which will let you find out more about wines from these regions from winemakers themselves. If you prefer Italian wines, then go for the Treasures of Italy master class, where you’ll get to taste wines from Italy’s most famous appellations, Brunello di Montalcino and Chianti Classico.
Besides wine, find out more about rare and in-demand aged Japanese whiskies from Suntory, Hanyu and Chichibu Distilleries at Experiencing Rare Japanese Age – Statement Whiskey.
This is just a sampling of the alcohol-related master classes on offer. Find the full list and book your classes, right here: https://www.marinabaysands.com/epicurean-market/master-classes.html.
2. Stuff yourself silly
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, an award-winning American restaurant, might only be opening at MBS early next year, but at the Epicurean Market, you’ll get to try dishes such as Llewellyn’s Fried Chicken, as well as the Watermelon and and Waffles before the restaurant makes its debut. You also don’t have to make your way to Macau to sample dishes from The Venetian’s top restaurants, North and Golden Peacock. North will be serving up dishes inspired by the Dongbei and Sichuan regions of China, including Poached Farm Chicken and Shrimp in Chinese Yellow Wine, while Golden Peacock will offer refined Indian fare, such as Jhinga Avocado Raj Chaat.
Of course, you’ll also be able to dig into fare currently available at MBS’ stellar line-up of celebrity chef restaurants. Waku Ghin‘s signature dishes, many of which are featured in the restaurant’s 10-course degustation experience – such as the Marinated Botan Shrimp with Uni and Caviar – will be available during Epicurean Market.
3. Rub shoulders with celebrity chefs
Chef David Myers, Adrift
Speaking of celebrity chefs, yes, you’ll have a chance to see them live and in the flesh at Epicurean Market. Daniel Boulud, Nancy Silverton, David Myers, David Thompson, Tetsuya Wakeda, and Yardbird Southern Table & Bar’s founder John Kunkel will be making appearances and serving up their creations at the respective booths.
4. Party up a storm
Dance off the calories you imbibed at the After Parties on August 12 and 13. Some DJs that will be taking over the decks include YA5TH, Patrick Oliver, Joshua P, Brendon P, and Deepak, spinning music from wide-ranging genres such as retro, mainstream, house, and jazz.
Get your tickets to Epicurean Market 2016 at here. Each ticket is a three-day pass that costs $35, and include a pair of Schott Zwiesel champagne flutes worth $46, and entry to the After Parties on August 12 and 13, from 10pm – 2am. The Market has an extended opening on these two days, from 12pm – 10pm.