Epicurean Market 2016 returns in August

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    Foodies, mark your calendars. Food extravaganza Epicurean Market is returning for its fourth time between 12-14 August at the Marina Bay Sands.

    The 3-day event will be jam packed with some 50 master classes, wine appreciation sessions, and of course, food and drink sampling.

    Other key activities at Epicurean Market includes After Parties on Friday and Saturday featuring live DJ sets and cocktails from renowned mixologists. Similar to Epicurean Market 2015, there will also be a Farmer’s Market with fresh produce and gourmet items curated by the Marina Bay Sands team and flown in from farmer’s markets in Asia, Europe and North America. We hear that the wine hall will be massive, with over 20 merchants.

    Amidst all that epicurean attractions is the opportunity to rub shoulders with celebrity chefs like Tetsuya Wakuda, Justin Quek, David Myers and Daniel Boulud. Catch them in action and get a taste of their signature dishes. Don’t forget to put on your best selfie face too!

    Tickets will be on sale from 6 June 2016.

    Check out some of the highlights at Epicurean Market 2015. More details here.

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    Chef Justin Quek from Sky on 57 arrives in style at Epicurean Market 2015
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    Watch renown mixologists shake things up at the event

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    Plenty of food to try so no one goes home hungry.

    Epicurean Market 2016
    Date: 12-14 August
    Sands Expo and Convention Centre
    Marina Bay Sands
    10 Bayfront
    Level 1, Hall A, B and C
    Singapore 018956

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