Head forth and conquer, my foodie comrade

Savour returns for its fourth year with a well-loved format of restaurants, gourmet market and master classes. Indulge in the best talents Singapore has to offer as well as an impressive line-up of foreign chefs, who will be serving over 50 signature dishes to visitors. Take part in activities such as master classes where you learn from Michelin starred chefs and get down to recreating your favourite foods. In addition, check out the gourmet market where exclusive products such as
Japanese white strawberries are available, while also appreciating the expanded selection of wines and sake. From $55. 26-29 March 2015. F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Boulevard. www.savour.sg

 

On the day when green runs rampant, expect a celebration like no other with pipe bands from St
Patrick’s School playing in the streets and Gaelic Lions GAA players giving classes on Ireland’s national sport: Gaelic Football. Enjoy the food trail at this year’s 10th annual St Patrick’s Day Parade, as bars showcase their take on Irish fare like the Irish lamb stew with Monster Green lager ($38) at RedDot Brewhouse. Molly Malone’s being the original Irish pub in Singapore will
serve up their famous Guinness battered fish with chips ($10 nett) over at BQ Bar, while concocting some drinks like The Rusty Gael ($15 nett) and The Shot Toddy ($10 nett) over their counters. 13-15 March, Boat Quay. www.facebook.com/stpatsdaySG

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