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Caffé B: Italian-Japanese Cocktails and Bar Bites
15 June

Caffé B, one of Singapore’s longstanding Japanese-Italian restaurant and bar, has settled in a three-storey heritage building, off the fringes of Singapore’s trendy Club Street drinking quarters.

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The Art of Saké
31 May

Saké is one of Japan’s most iconic alcoholic exports. With breweries dotted across the peninsula, there are approximately 1200 different sakés to choose from. From Kyoto and Niigata’s premium sakés to Tohoku region’s fruity and complex styles, Adrian Goh, Head Saké Sommelier at Singapore’s Inter Rice Asia has prefecture covered.

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Enjoy European Cheese
1 April

Cheese is all about flavour, colour, ripeness and passion! The key word to a great cheese selection is variety. With over 1,200 varieties to choose from, every cheese from Europe is unique. In France alone, cheese has been around for more than 5,000 years and still, new cheeses arise every day.

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International Women’s Day: Adorable Lunch Rituals
7 March

Lunch is an important meal of the work day. How do modern businesses experience a little more purpose and passion with adorable lunch rituals at work?

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Charcoal Grilled Meats
12 January

Chalong’s smokey goodness come in the form of protein laden take away bowls at Singapore’s central business district.

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From Peru With Love
15 December

If you like fresh seafood, TONO Cevicheria serves up Peruvian ceviche with Pisco Sour, a fun selection of signature cocktails, quality wines and Salsa music. After all, Tono means party in Peruvian slang.

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Timeless Fine Dining With Iggy’s
13 December

Located on the third level of The Hilton Singapore, Iggy’s has been at the forefront of Singapore’s fine dining gastronomic culture since 2004.

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Destination New South Wales: The Hunter Heritage
7 December

Home to some of the most enjoyable wine and food experiences, Hunter Valley’s local folk take pride in their region’s vast heritage.

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Hunter Valley, The Birthplace of Australian Wine
20 November

Hunter Valley is the birthplace of Australian wine. A short drive from Sydney, this is a dynamic wine country region filled with old delights and new surprises. As the oldest and most iconic wine region, Hunter Valley is best explored on a weekend to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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AppeDine: Chefs-on-Demand for the Home
5 November
Private chefs who cook and clean after themselves may just be the next great F&B trend. By Thompson Wong A
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