Signature restaurants at Marina Bay Sands continue to delight with special wine dinners and menus in the month of February and March. From an indulgent Champagne X Caviar dinner at Adrift by David Myers, a Billecart-Salmon Wine Dinner at db Bistro & Oyster Bar, to a three-day crab feast at Rise and a monthly Italian Regional Series at Nostra Cucina, diners are bound to find another reason to celebrate at Marina Bay Sands.
Adrift by David Myers presents exclusive Chef’s Table Series: Champagne X Caviar dinner (21 March)
On 21 March, gourmands can look forward to a luxurious dining experience at Adrift’s Chef’s Table Series: Champagne X Caviar dinner (S$268++), featuring six dishes elevated with premium caviar and paired with Perrier-Jouët champagne. Savour dishes such as the Uni & Caviar, Binchotan cod with ikura cream sauce, and Fried buttermilk chicken with caviar and pickles. During dinner, guests can taste four ranges of the prestigious Perrier Jouët champagnes, namely the Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut, Perrier-Jouët Blason Rose, Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2011, and Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rose 2010.
Navigate the world of cocktails at Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay
Bread Street Kitchen has launched a fun cocktail guide titled Our Signature Compass. Featuring 10 new handcrafted cocktails, the menu illustrates varying levels of sweetness and richness of each tipple, serving as a perfect guide for the adventurous. New tipples include the 5 o’ clock (S$22++) inspired by the classic rum punch which was featured in Gordon Ramsay’s cook book. The whiskey-based tipple comprises English breakfast tea, clarified milk, lemon and spices. Other interesting creations include the Gummy One Pisco (S$22++), a whimsical spin on the classic Peruvian cocktail served in an adorable kid’s cup, featuring pisco-infused gummy bears that bring back fond childhood memories. Those who prefer something lighter on the palate can opt for The Le Fleurs Du Bien (S$22++), a floral raspberry-infused vodka cocktail inspired by the British musical My Fair Lady.
Celebrate International Women’s Day at Club55 at Marina Bay Sands (8 March)
This International Women’s Day (8 March), join us in celebrating the women in our lives with a special beverage flight pairing at Club55 at Marina Bay Sands. In addition to seven tasting flights offered as part of Flights of Fancy, Club55’s bespoke beverage programme will also include a one-night only beverage flight. Savour three premium petits plats, such as the Jumbo crab with tomato agar and oscietra caviar, and Black Angus beef with Ratta potato and truffles. Enhance the flavours of these exquisite plates with a curated trio of beverages, which includes Durvillea Pinot Noir and Moscato d’Asti. Located on the 55th level of Marina Bay Sands hotel tower 2, Club55 offers stunning views of Singapore’s city skyline.
Melka Estate Wine Dinner at CUT by Wolfgang Puck (10 March)
On 10 March, one-Michelin starred CUT by Wolfgang Puck will be presenting the Melka Estate Wine Dinner (S$300++ per pax), a sumptuous four-course dinner paired with fine wines from Melka Estates, one of Napa Valley’s greatest wineries. Begin the evening with the delectable Foie gras “toast” with foie gras mousse, cherry jam and pistachios, and Mini Wagyu beef sliders with sweet pickles and brioche buns, accompanied by a glass of champagne. Then, enjoy the English pea soup with crayfish, crisp bacon and thyme-parmesan lavash, paired with the La Mekerra Vineyard Proprietary Sauvignon Blanc (Sonoma Valley, 2015), before a hearty dish of Tagliatelle with Welsh lamb ragu and Fior di Sardo, elegantly matched with the 2015 La Mekerra Vineyard Proprietary Red (Sonoma Valley, 2015). Finally, the star of the evening – the juicy American Wagyu New York steak – is paired with a deep red in Melka’s Metisse Jumping Goat Vineyard (Napa Valley, 2015), before CUT’s signature Valrhona chocolate soufflé, paired with the Metisse Martinez Vineyard (Napa Valley, 2015), draws a perfect finale to the special one-night only dinner.
db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud presents Billecart-Salmon Wine Dinner (3 April)
On 3 April, mark your calendars for the Billecart-Salmon Wine Dinner at db Bistro & Oyster Bar, as the restaurant serves an indulgent five-course menu (S$168++) with course by course champagne pairing. Founded in 1818, the Billecart-Salmon House earned its reputation in the world of wines for its harmonious and well-balanced champagne. Begin the dinner with the Oysters & scallop ceviche, featuring 1998 Oscietra Caviar and Hokkaido uni with celery and radish, and pair the dish with Billecart Salmon Extra Dry, MV. Other highlights include the Chilean Seabass with Fava beans, champagne & sorrel sauce, paired with Billecart Salmon Blanc-de-Blanc, MV, as well as the Organic chicken Fricassée with morel mushrooms and ramps “à la Crème”, paired with Billecart Salmon, Cuvée Nicolas François, 2006. db Bistro & Oyster Bar also boasts an impressive cocktail list, featuring more than 30 classic and innovative cocktails. A signature cocktail is Death in the Afternoon — created by American novelist Ernest Hemingway and named after his book, the absinthe and proseccobased cocktail is synonymous with its name, known for its strength and decadence. Another crowd favourite is Smoky Plum, a unique creation by the talented bartending team. Fresh plums are infused into Courvoisier V.S. cognac and 10-year Laphroaig whiskey to form the base, before adding the sherry liquor, Disaronno, and lemon zest for a full-bodied tipple with a French flare.
Eat your way through Italy at Nostra Cucina’s Italian Regional Series
Embark on an epicurean journey across Italy with Nostra Cucina’s Italian Regional Series. Each month, the restaurant offers special produce paired with wine styles that are unique to a particular region of Italy. In February, explore the rich culinary heritage of Liguria, a coastal region of north-western Italy, and taste iconic dishes such as Ligurian pizza (S$27++) and Pesto Corzetti alla Genovese (S$27++). In the upcoming months, diners can look forward to cuisines from other regions of Italy. In March, savour recipes from Emilia–Romagna, a region famous for its stuffed pastas, cured meats, and Parmigiano-Reggiano. Pair these dishes with elegant Italian wines, available at S$100++ to supplement the tasting menu. Come April, Nostra Cucina will offer semolina flour pastas, cheeses and grilled meats from the region of Abruzzo, while May shines the spotlight on hearty Italian fare from Tuscany, a region famous for its rich ragu pastas, soups, steaks, and full-bodied wines.
Celebrate National Crab Meat Day at RISE (8 – 10 March)
In celebration of National Crab Meat Day (9 March), RISE restaurant will be serving more than 15 different crab dishes in addition to its lavish dinner buffet spread (S$108++ for adults, S$25++ for children) from 8 to 10 March. Apart from local favourites such as the Singapore Black Pepper Crab, seafood lovers can delight in a medley of crustacean specials, such as the Alaskan king crab on ice, Soft shell crab fritters, and Thai style braised crab with vermicelli.