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Celebrate Your Passion For Food At Singapore Takeout

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Over this coming weekend and the next, Singaporean foodies can sample a range of mouth-watering delicacies from all over the world at Singapore Takeout.

Foodies will be delighted to know that Singapore Takeout is happening from 27 to 29 November and 4 to 6 December, offering visitors a taste of novel dishes that have travelled the world. Paying homage to Singapore’s culinary talents, Singapore Takeout is all about Singapore’s heritage cuisine with a contemporary twist. More than 10 local chefs will prepare their own creative interpretations of select dishes inspired by familiar local favourites such as Kaya Toast, Chilli Crab, Chicken Rice and Laksa. Prices for each dish will range from SGD 2 to SGD 15.

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Bak Kut Teh by Chef Lee Boon Seng, Resorts World Sentosa

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Buah Keluak Maggi Goreng by Chef Malcom Lee, Candlenut

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Kueh Pie Tee by Chef Yew Eng Tong, Resorts World Sentosa

Chilli Crab by Labyrinth

Chilli Crab by Chef Han Liguang, Labyrinth

In addition, foodies can head over to Singapore: Inside Out (just a stone’s throw away from Singapore Takeout) in between bites to enjoy an immersive celebration of Singapore’s creative talents. Having toured Beijing, London and New York, this travelling showcase will open from 27 to 6 December for a homecoming run. Set within a lattice of scaffolding, audiences can look forward to interactive food art installations, theatrical encounters and live music sessions, and explore Singapore’s creative culture today. Be sure to check out Janice Wong’s edible art installation featuring lollipop ceilings, gumdrop walls and chocolate-coated poles that explore the different flavours of Singapore.

The line-up of chefs participating in Singapore Takeout are as follows:

  • Han Liguang, Chef & Owner, Labyrinth
  • Kong Kok Kiang, Executive Chef, One Farrer Hotel & Spa
  • Malcom Lee, Head Chef & Owner, Candlenut
  • Wayne Liew, Head Chef, Keng Eng Kee Seafood
  • Sean Lim, Co-founder & Director, Sin Lee Foods
  • Nixon Low, Head Chef, Portico
  • Affandi Abdul Rahman, Singapore Halal Chef Federation
  • Chef SR Bala, President, Indian Chefs & Culinary Association (Singapore)
  • Justin Quek, Principal Chef, Sky on 57
  • Yew Eng Tong, Chef de Cuisine of Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora at Resorts World Sentosa
  • Chef Lee Boon Seng, Sous Chef of Osia at Resorts World Sentosa
  • Chef Mazlan Boyamin, Singapore Halal Chefs Federation
  • Chef Saravana Kumar, Indian Chefs & Culinary Association (Singapore)
  • Chef Damian, D’Silva
  • Chef Anthony Yeoh, Head Chef, Cocotte
  • Chef Tan Huang Ming, Owner/Director, Park Bench Deli

For more updates on the line-up, visit their website here.

The line-up for Singapore: Inside Out’s artists and their respective core works are as follows:

  • Alvin Pang – 100 Titles
  • Brandon Tay – Typology
  • Chang Yong Ter – Taman Singapura
  • Ho Tzu Nyen – EARTH
  • Janice Wong – 1000 Crosses
  • Jason Lim – Inside/Outside
  • Kinetic – Band of Kinetic
  • Nathan Yong – Flow and the Lightness
  • PHUNK – D.R.E.A.M
  • Robert Zhao Renhui – The Nature Shop
  • Speak Cryptic – Kamar Kamillion
  • Stolen – Beings of the Garment
  • Supermama – Little Red Dot
  • Syndicate – Syndicate Subsessions- a live audio-visual showcase on 26 September 2015, Sonic Stitches
  • H.E. Dance Company – Permission to Speak, Sir
  • Ujikaji Records – Music Rooms: QUAYSIDE; MUSIC ROOMS: TNT / KATONG GROVE
  • Vertical Submarine – Vertical Submarine
  • Zul Mahmod – Alice, Did You Hear That?
  • Joel Tan and Tan Kheng Hua – The Actor’s Tour

Organisations such as KEEPERS, Naiise and Zouk will also be holding talks, workshops and events.

For more information on the opening hours and respective live programmes for Singapore: Inside Out, visit their website here.

Festive Year-End Golden Jubilee Activities

Besides the creative and cultural showcases at Singapore: Inside Out and Singapore Takeout, festive year-end activities are also available for international visitors and locals to participate in. These activities include:

  • National Gallery Singapore opening: Housing the world’s largest collection of modern Southeast Asian art in the historic buildings of the former Supreme Court and City Hall, the National Gallery Singapore has recently opened on 24 November 2015. To commemorate its opening, special activities including free entry to its galleries, a family festival at the Padang, tours, talks and panel discussions will be available. Admission is free.
  • Christmas Events: This festive season, Christmas Wonderland returns to Gardens by the Bay and will feature magnificent light sculptures, a Christmas market offering unique gift ideas, an ice skating rink and snow playground, as well as a floral display in the Flower Dome complete with an 11-metre-tall Christmas Pyramid decked with toys as its centrepiece. The event will take place from 28 November 2015 to 3 January 2016.
  • Marina Bay Countdown: The annual Marina Bay Singapore Countdown on New Year’s Eve will include festivities such as live performances, carnivals and waterfront bazaars, with the event culminating in a spectacular fireworks display. The countdown will take place on 31 December 2015. Admission is free.

For more information on the events above, visit here.

Singapore Takeout and Singapore: Inside Out will be held at Tan Quee Lan Street (Bugis).




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