On Friday, I had the honours to visit Savour Singapore 2012 as a VIP! I went with Michelle, Peiyun and Jeremy and we had tons of fun! So much to see, so much to experience and definitely, so much to eat!
|You must buy Savour Dollars to spend in Savour. No cash is accepted.|
- Shop for hundreds of exciting products that are not readily available in Singapore
- FREE celebrity chef masterclasses and cooking demonstrations.
- FREE wine tastings, activities and culinary workshops from bread making to latte art15 award-winning chefs, including chefs from the world’s top 100 restaurants and Michelin-star recipients
- 50 signature dishes to sample from S$6 – S$21
The SAVOUR concept is a first of its kind in Singapore, with a philosophy to unite the finest food and drink with a plethora of expert master classes, live demonstrations, fun workshops and culinary shopping, in an event that is accessible to all. Within one purpose-built venue, one can find an alfresco Gourmet Village teeming with award-winning restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs, a bespoke indoor Gourmet Auditorium complete with a state-of-the-art kitchen where culinary master classes are held, and a Gourmet Market that boasts an international showcase of artisan food and drink exhibitors.
|Enjoying a little canape at the VIP Pavilion before heading out.|
There’s something for everyone at Savour so make it a great day out with friends and family!
|First Stop: Shiraz, for some Chicken Wrap.|
Then, on Level 2, is the Gourmet Market and Wine Tasting Rooms. We did a little marketing in Three Sixty and here's some intro...
|Woots! 6 oysters for just $19.90!|
Look Hubby! WINE!!!
|Live band for entertainment while you shop.|
Level 3 was a exchange or introductory place. We get to see new ideas, new food or innovative ideas.
Gula Melaka Macarons anyone?
Yipee! After shopping, it was time for food!
|These Caneles from Gunther's are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.|
Woohoo! St. Pierre! We get to taste his food!
|Garibaldi is another I'm was looking forward to eat.|
Yipee! A pic with Chef Emmanuel from Saint Pierre (Left) and Chef Roberto from Garibaldi (Right).
Emmaunuel really had stuffs up his sleeves! He pulled out a pair of chopsticks right from his sleeve's pocket. MAGIC!
Next up, introduction to what we had for that night. We bought several lots to share.
|Frangrant Steamed Yellow Pumpkin Rice from Forest (Chef Sam Leong)|
|Menage A Trois (Saint Pierre).|
Very light and refreshing. Great as appetizer.
|Beef Rossini (Saint Pierre)|
More for beef lovers. I still prefer my beef cooked like steak.
|Agneau En Croute (Saint Pierre)|
The lamb meat is so soft, tender and melts in your mouth.
The pasta is cooked right to the right Q-ness and duck meat with pasta is something I've not tried before. Very yummy.
|My favourite dessert, Tiramisu (Garibaldi)! So sweet!|
I'm not very sure where these 3 dishes are from, but they taste wonderful especially the seafood on below. The "soup" is a little tangy and sour, very appetizing!
|Angel Hair Pasta with Caviar. Need I say more?|
|Bought 2 cakes from the Big O booth, but.....|
|They were destroyed due to my carrying of many things. Sob Sob.|
The cakes still taste wonderful and although it was already 4am, hubby and I finished them both!
Truffle Heart shape cake and Spike D - Chocolate Dome with Durian filling...
|Thank you Savour! We had thousand and one fun~|
Can't wait for Savour 2013....
Today is the last day of Savour. Would you guys be going? Do share your experience!