Epicurean Market 2017 – Savour Michelin-starred Signatures At MBS Singapore

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Epicurean Market 2017, the hallmark food and wine celebration at Marina Bay Sands is back from 11 – 13 August 2017. You are in for a treat with offers ranging from Michelin-starred signature bites, rare whiskies and spirits, farm-fresh produce to stellar master classes across three expansive halls. With 4 years of experience under their belt, the organizers of Epicurean Market are gearing up to make its fifth-year milestone the best edition yet! 

Signature bites from over 20 restaurants

Enjoy a grand culinary tour at over 20 restaurants in Marina Bay Sands as they dish out their signature entrees at Epicurean Market. This year, you as the ticket holder will get to enjoy a free signature dish worth S$15 from participating restaurants such as Adrift, Bread Street Kitchen, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, db Bistro & Oyster Bar, LAVO, Osteria and Pizzeria Mozza, RISE, Spago, The Bird Southern Table & Bar and Waku Ghin.

One of the complimentary dish includes Bread Street Kitchen’s signature Fish & Chips, one of the best-sellers during last year’s Epicurean Market.

You can also enjoy a sneak peek at the highly-anticipated LAVO, a multi-concept restaurant, lounge, bar and nightclub from New York and Las Vegas that will be opening at Sands SkyPark soon. Upcoming French tearoom and patisserie Angelina Café, which has charmed generations of creative forces such as French writer Marcel Proust and powerhouses such as Coco Chanel, will also present its delicatessen and signature hot chocolate. Other new participants include Japanese ramen chain restaurant IPPUDO, contemporary bar bistro concept Dallas Café & Bar as well as Chinese restaurant Seafood Paradise.

Local cuisine will take on centre-stage this year. The newly refurbished RISE international buffet restaurant will present the best of multi-cultural Singaporean delicacies – including its specialty 48-hour slow cooked braised beef brisket – at the new Singapore Street Food experience, set in a traditional two-storey shophouse. You can look forward to live cooking demonstrations, and indulge in local dishes such as Teochew Png Kueh, Roti Prata and Rendang Pipi Daging (braised wagyu beef cheek rendang with turmeric ginger rice).

Folks who are into wines and spirit are also in for a treat as Epicurean Market welcomes five bars and 35 wine booths this year, the largest beverage programme put together so far. Diageo is making a big splash at this year’s Epicurean Market with five specialty bars which includes the new Kampung Bar, a Tanqueray Garden serving up the well-loved Gin and Tonic, the signature World Class Bar helmed by Singapore Diageo Reserve World Class Winner 2017 Sin Kim Shin, a Whisky Lounge and the Singleton Sensorium.

The Kampung Bar will showcase four of its original cocktails. These concoctions that highlight local flavours were created by Singapore Diageo Reserve World Class Winner 2016 Boo Jing Heng. The Singleton Milo Peng is a sweet and rich flavoured twist on an all-time favourite with Singleton of Glen Ord 12 years old and milo powder.

Other cocktails to look out for is the Ketel One ABC, a refreshing mix of beetroot, apple, citrus and elderflower with smoky aromas of beetroot infused Ketel One vodka

or the Laksa Remos, a creative spin on the classic ramos gin fizz with Tanqueray London Dry Gin, lemon, egg white, coconut, laksa leaves and soda water.

Lastly, the Kaya Sour is a sweet and sour combination of Bulleit Bourbon, kaya, Frangelico, egg white and pandan bitters.

Wine connoisseurs can look forward to the largest showing of wine vendors this year at the Wine Walk, including TTG Wines, Alfa International and Asia Wine Network which will be showcasing a range of organic and biodynamic wines. Japanese wine and sake lovers will be delighted with Epicurean Nomads and Kirei Japanese Food Supply who will offer tastings and special prices for Japanese wines, sake and beers. Anchor participants including KOT Selections, Monopole, Singapore Straits Wine Company and Le Vigne will also be present.

Complimentary Master Classes

Beyond the feasting, you can experience plenty of non-stop action at the auditoriums as industry gurus gear up for 27 complimentary master classes on food, wine, and spirits.

You get to pick up tips from renowned chefs such as two-Michelin starred chef Tetsuya Wakuda (Waku Ghin), Nancy Silverton (Mozza), David Myers (Adrift), David Thompson (Long Chim), Hide Yamamoto and Javed Ahamad (Punjab Grill) on mastering their respective cuisines.

Gibran Baydoun, General Manager of Adrift, will host a session on how to create an epic bar experience, together with his new bartender Voltech Bazant. At the Bread Street Kitchen, Bar Manager William Pravda will teach participants how to build a home bar. You can also dive deep into the world of cocktails with Proof & Co, or take a journey with the Singleton Sensorium presented by Whisky Evangelist Mike Soldner.

Watch the chefs and sommeliers bring out their competitive sides with the Mystery Box Challenge and the inaugural Sommelier Blind Tasting Battle. The Mystery Box Challenge, the festival’s epic culinary showdown, will pit Sabrina Stillhart (Executive Chef of Bread Street Kitchen) against three-time winner Jonathan Kinsella (Executive Chef of db Bistro & Oyster Bar). Award-winning sommeliers Britt Ng from Bread Street Kitchen and Erwin Tang from Osteria Mozza will also battle it out at the first-ever Blind Tasting Battle.

The Connoisseur Series

Back by popular demand, the Connoisseur Series is a selection of premium master classes led by the finest food, wine and spirits experts in the business.

For the first time at Epicurean Market, you can get up close with Ivan Karlić, a third-generation truffle hunter from the Buzet region, the truffle capital of Istria in Croatia, on his stories about truffle hunting and tasting. For generations, the Karlić family hunts truffles with their dogs in oak forests and is renowned for taking visitors on a breath taking truffle-hunting experience. In this exclusive master class, Ivan Karlić will share his experiences and provide cooking demonstrations with his prized truffles.

Folks who love Japanese whisky will be delighted with three specially curated master classes presented by East Asia Company & Far East Whisky. Experience a tour of rare Japanese whiskies in the Japanese Aged Single Malt & Blended Whiskies master class, or taste the Customized Yamazaki 12, Hakushu 12 and Hibiki 12 from miniature American charred White Oak Barrels in this special master class. The Karuizawa and Chichibu masterclass will also feature some very old and rare malts from new award-winning Japanese distilleries.

Discover the King of Cognacs with Remy Cointreau International and get an insight into how and why the Louis XIII is one of the most coveted and expensive spirits in the world.

Tickets to The Connoisseur Series can be booked at www.marinabaysands.com/epicureanmarket.

Farmer’s Market

You can pick up fresh produce at close to wholesale prices at the Farmer’s Market where produce is air-flown from Asia, Europe and North America. This year, expect a larger selection of craft beer and juices as well as take-home goodies from Chef Daniel Boulud’s Épicerie Boulud that will feature an expanded selection of pastries and desserts made on the spot. The Mozza booth in the Farmer’s Market will also offer fresh hand-made pasta and its exclusive spice rubs.

Citibank Singapore returns as the Presenting Sponsor of Epicurean Market. Other sponsors include Official Soft Drink Coca Cola, Official Artesian Water FIJI Water, Lifestyle Sponsor Miele, Official Car INFINITI and Official Entertainment Media TimeOut Singapore. The event is also supported by Friends of Epicurean, including Classic Fine Foods, Lau Choy Seng, Sincere Food, Fortune Impex and Chin Guan Hong.

Ticketing Details

Tickets to Epicurean Market are selling fast. Three-day passes are priced at S$39 which includes a signature dish worth S$15[1], access to masterclasses and late night festivities that feature live DJ sets and cocktails from renowned mixologists. The show is staged at Halls A, B, C of Sands Expo and Convention Centre. 

Sands Rewards members can enjoy 15 per cent[2] off tickets. 

Opening hours

Friday and Saturday

11 and 12 August 2017


13 August 2017

Epicurean Market

12pm – 2am

12 pm – 9pm

Tickets are now available at www.marinabaysands.com/epicureanmarket  

Follow #EpicureanMarket on Marina Bay Sands’ Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, as well as the Facebook event page for further updates.

Chef’s Table

In the lead up to Epicurean Market, Osteria Mozza will be hosting a special black truffle wine dinner by Nancy Silverton on 10 August. Join Californian Celebrity Chef Nancy Silverton, winner of the James Beard Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Award and recently featured on the Netflix series Chef’s Table, as she hosts a six-course dinner (S$180++ and wine pairing supplement at S$120++) featuring the black truffle. Savour the best of Osteria Mozza’s Italian cuisine boasting the prized truffles from beginning to the end. To reserve, call 6688 8522 or email [email protected]. 

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