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Pasqualino Barbasso, 38, began his career working in his family’s pizzeria in a small town in Sicily, Italy, where he still works to this day when not travelling. Crowned world champion pizza acrobat in 2001 and 2002, the talented pizzaiolo now regularly travels the globe entertaining crowds with his theatrical, dough-spinning stunts and offering masterclasses in creating the very best Italian pizza.
They’ve been tickling our funny bones since 1938, but this may be mom Morticia’s biggest challenge yet: daughter Wednesday has fallen in love, but has yet to confide in her mother.
Come 9-28 July, you’ll get your chance to meet the Addams family and share in their hilarious dramas. The 2010-2011 Broadway hit musical is moving into Singapore’s Festive Grand Theatre, with a bit of something for every member of your own family.
When bad glasses happen to good wines, the result can be underwhelming to say the least. Some would say it’s akin to pouring money down the drain. But why does an inferior wine vessel make a choice vintage taste like two-buck chuck? Singapore-based wine writer Curtis Marsh pours out the answers.
One usually wouldn’t consider Cantonese cuisine to be healthy but with Chef Yip Cheung Shui at the helm, expect the improbable.
It’s a lazy Sunday morning and you want a relaxing lunch far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Look no further than Osia’s Long Sunday Lunch – yes, that is literally the name of the menu – from 11:30am to 3pm every Sunday. Choose from a combination of courses and multiple dishes per course, all for an affordable fixed price.
Cantonese cuisine may be the most recognizable form of Chinese cuisine around the world, largely because the early emigrants came from the province of Guangdong. Yet even within Cantonese-style cooking, the taste varies across borders.
Over nine weeks starting 4 March, embark on a three-part Cantonese culinary journey at Feng Shui Inn and relish in the nuances of Cantonese flavours – beginning with the traditional flavours of Guangzhou.
Christmas celebrations will seem a little hollow without some heavy-duty feasting. Our chefs understand that and have come up with yuletide-specific temptations to fill your stomach with delicious cheer. Choose from the world’s most Michelin decorated French fine-dining, Australian-spirited food, contemporary Chinese cuisine with a modern twist, or a delectable buffet spread. Burp.
Peking Duck fanatics would have heard of Quanjude (全聚德) from Beijing, well known for its trademark roast duck and its impressive history. Established in 1864 during the Qing Dynasty, Quanjude’s use of non-smoky hardwoods like peach and chinese date to roast the duck gives it distinctly fruity aromas.
Now, instead of travelling miles to Beijing just to have a taste of this authentic Peking Duck, award-winning chefs from Quanjude have brought this delectable recipe and other duck dishes to Feng Shui Inn™ from 9 Nov to 18 Nov under our Global Gourmet Kitchen series. Get a taste of cuisine once reserved only for the imperial family. We take a look at what you can expect.
We all know Incanto is about to debut on 8 November – unless you’ve just bounced back to earth like Felix Baumgartner. Playing from Festive Grand Theatre, Incanto is an original story that combines magic, theatre and music into 90 minutes of family entertainment. Local actress and Clicknetwork’s familiar face Oon Shu An portrays the innocent Seeker in the story, and tells us why we should catch it in the coming months.