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The World Gourmet Summit (WGS) 2013 is back in town this 16 – 27* April. And for gourmands, there’s no better time to block out your calendar, for dates with Michelin-starred chefs right in your backyard. Singapore is quite small after all.
As the official premium hospitality partner for WGS 2013, Resorts World Sentosa will be hosting some of the events here in our restaurants, including one at our latest attraction, S.E.A. Aquarium.
Present will be notable names in the F&B industry, like Michelin-starred chefs Rodrigo de la Calle and David Munoz, alongside our own award-winning chefs Scott Webster, Sam Leong and Douglas Tay.
Mark these dates on your culinary calendar.
*27 April is a special day for wine connoisseurs, with two masterclasses and a dinner organised in conjunction with WGS.
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.
Sometimes, making a gift instead of buying one off the shelves feel a little more sincere, simply because of the additional time and effort put into creating it. We think so too, which is why we jumped at the chance when celebrity chef Scott Webster of Osia kindly offered to teach us how to make his signature dessert: Hot Valrhona Chocolate Soup.
Here’s how to make this Valentine’s Day exceptionally sweet.
We have come to the conclusion that Valentine’s Day is a painful day.
Why? Simply because of this little thing called expectations. Or rather, failure to meet expectations. Expectations of a wonderful surprise, expectations of a delectable dinner, expectations of a day well-planned. Failure to meet them might result in feelings of under appreciation, sadness, and general huffiness.
This is why we decided to tackle this challenge head-on and address the above expectations. Here’re our “play, eat, and be entertained” Valentine’s Day suggestions for you.
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.
The Big Break hits the screens on 14 November 2012. Amid the hype, we go back to the basics and take a look at the stories behind the production. Our colleague Janice Ang was in the thick of the selection process. She gives a small peek into the world of reality TV with heart.
Australian cuisine is by nature adaptable and ever-changing, influenced by its own melting pot of cultures and inspired by different ingredients and traditional techniques. It is not surprising that Osia, helmed by celebrity chef Scott Webster and chef de Cuisine Douglas Tay, is set to re-invent itself again for a week by bringing in highly lauded chef Otto Weibel for five days from 30 October to 3 November for the second installment of Cooking with Friends.
Come August, five of our restaurants – namely Osia, Forest 森, Feng Shui Inn, Palio and Starz – will be featuring a One Dish, Two Wines promotion. It is exactly what you think it is – a pairing of two wines to a signature dish from each of these establishments. To non wine connoisseurs, wines might be mistaken as mere food accompaniments. But wines are more than that; they can alter and add a whole new dimension to your meal.
We decided to break down the wines featured in the One Dish, Two Wines promotion, so that you’ll have a deeper appreciation of that glass you’ll be sipping. Make that two glasses.