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Marina Bay Sands Dining Specials May – June

This May and June, Marina Bay Sands presents plenty of wine and dine specials, from  a sublime five-course dessert menu and exclusive masterclasses at two-Michelin starred Waku Ghin, to Father’s Day across their signature restaurants.

Waku Ghin unveils exclusive dessert menu (12-14 May) & masterclasses (25 May, 1 June)

Waku Ghin’s award-winning desserts are on show with the Festin de desserts menu (S$68++ per guest)available from 12 to 14 May at The Bar at Waku Ghin. Diners can look forward to a delicate five-course Japanese-European dessert menu, crafted with premium seasonal ingredients by executive pastry chef Yasushi Ishino. Whet your appetite with the citrusy Japanese ōgonkan with chartreuse jelly and white grapefruit granita, before luxuriating in the highest quality spring-summer fruits with a classicstrawberry shortcake and a nectarous crémet d’anjou with rhubarb & elderflower sorbet. Then enjoy theJapanese red bean pie with refreshing matcha, an innovative take on the traditional Japanese tea and sweets pairing, before ending with a well-balanced jasmine tea mousse with orange and chocolate.

Meanwhile, on 25 May, witness the art of Japanese-style cocktail making at Behind the Bar (S$88++), an intimate bar masterclass led by Waku Ghin’s award-winning head bartender Kazuhiro Chii. Discover the intricacies behind each tipple, which incorporates traditional Japanese mixology techniques with prized spirits and ingredients. The 90-minute masterclass is capped at six seats for an optimal learning experience, and guests can try their hands at re-creating three of The Bar at Waku Ghin’s signature cocktails – Gin & Tonic, Martini, and Sidecar.

On 1 June, discover the culinary finesse of executive chef Masahiko Inoue at the two-Michelin starred Waku Ghin. Chef Masahiko will be hosting a lunch masterclass (S$250++), to impart intricate techniques used to create the restaurant’s signature smoked Tasmanian ocean trout carpaccio, spaghetti with clams and spring vegetables, as well as the roasted barramundi with fennel. The interactive masterclass is followed by a private six-course lunch at The Bar at Waku Ghin, where diners can taste tantalizing dishes such as theseared Canadian lobster with fennel & bouillabaisse, the great southern pinnacle grass-fed ribeye beef with seasonal vegetables, as well as the prized Japanese musk melon with cointreau granite & fromage blanc sorbet.

For reservations, email WakuGhinReservation@marinabaysands.com or call + 65 65 6688 8507.

Black Tap Singapore introduces Churros Choco Taco Shake

This June, Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer welcomes the churros choco taco shake (S$22++) to its line-up of gravity-defying CrazyShakes. Making its debut on the permanent CrazyShake menu worldwide, the churros choco taco shakesits in a tall glass drizzled with caramelized dulce de leche sauce, rimmed with vanilla frosting and a generous coat of cinnamon toast crunch. The toast crunch and dulce de leche are also blended into a classic vanilla ice cream base for added textures and flavours. The towering shake is then crowned with a choco taco and two crispy fried churros lightly dusted with sugar and cinnamon powder.

For more information on Black Tap, visit https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/black-tap or follow Black Tap on Facebook and Instagram at @blacktapsg.

Bread Street Kitchen celebrates Wellington Month (June) & Fish & Chips Day (1-3 June)

Join the Gordon Ramsay restaurants worldwide in celebrating Wellington Month at Bread Street Kitchen in Marina Bay Sands. For the whole month of June, the restaurant will be taking the wellington game up a notch with two limited-time specials: the lobster and saffron risotto wellington (S$65++) and the lamb wellington with minted red wine jus, green peas, baby bock choy and sundried tomatoes (S$59++). Diners can also savour Bread Street Kitchen’s signature beef filet wellington (S$80++) – a classic assembly of juicy seared filet mignon, salty prosciutto, herb crepe, and savoury mushroom duxelles encased in a golden crisp pastry crust, as well as the plant-based Impossible wellington (S$39++).

From 1 to 3 June, Bread Street Kitchen will also be celebrating Fish & Chips Day with a classic English Pimm’s lemonade special. Pair the iconic British dish, which features a moist fish fillet coated in light and crispy batter and served with hand-cut potato chips, crushed English peas and tartar sauce, with a glass of refreshing Pimm’s lemonade (available at S$10++; usual price of S$17++).

For reservations, email BreadStreetKitchen.Reservations@MarinaBaySands.com or call +65 6688 5665.

Experience Mad Hatter’s tea party at Renku bar & lounge (till 22 Sept)

Embark on an adventure down the rabbit-hole at Renku at Marina Bay Sands, as the premium bar & lounge unveils whimsical desserts created in line with ArtScience Museum’s newest exhibition, Wonderland. Inspired by the popular fairytale, the desserts served tableside in a gueridon trolley include the dark chocolate praline mousse cake, shaped like the Mad Hatter’s tall hat, and adorable blueberry cupcakes and passion mango tarts adorned with intricate fondant. Pair the sweets with Renku’s aromatic tea blends, such as the exclusivemarina pearls or the exotic durian lapis. The Wonderland-inspired high tea is now available for two seatings daily, at 2pm and 4pm.

For reservations, email Renku.Lounge@MarinaBaySands.com or call +65 6688 5535.

Celebrate Father’s Day at Marina Bay Sands (16 June)

This Father’s Day, treat your dad to a feast at signature restaurants at Marina Bay Sands. Classic American restaurant Yardbird Southern Table & Bar will be offering the smoked pork ribs and Pabst Blue Ribbon draft beer set (S$48++ for a full portion of ribs and a glass of beer). Grilled then smoked to perfection, the fork-tender meat glides off the bone with a glazed rim of charred bits boasting rich barbeque flavours. Guests can also keep the glasses flowing with limitless refreshing draft beer (S$40++ for two hours of free flow beer).

For reservations, email YardBird.Reservations@marinabaysands.com or call +65 6688 9959.

On 16 June, Rise restaurant at Marina Bay Sands will also elevate its international buffet spread with special live stations serving the premium sanchoku wagyu, as well as Chinese delicacies such as teochew style steamed fish and braised sea cucumber with beancurd and broccoli. Guests can opt for Rise’s free-flow beverage package (S$38++) to pair the feast with beer and selected wines. All fathers will also receive a complimentary canister of tea. Lunch buffet is priced at S$78++ per adult and S$25++ per child, while dinner buffet is priced at S$88++ per adult and S$38++ per child.

For reservations, email Rise@MarinaBaySands.com or call +65 6688 5525.

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Father’s Day at LAVO promises a sky-high family celebration over champagne brunch, perched 57 stories atop the iconic Marina Bay Sands. Guests can indulge in free-flow Italian-American favourites such as LAVO’s signature one-pound meatball, fresh Irish oysters and charred octopus with fennel and red wine vinaigrette. On top of the usual free-flow beverage choices, which include Veuve Clicquot champagne and Bloody Mary cocktails, LAVO will also be offering a selection of brand new bourbon cocktails such as Maker’s Manhattan for the occasion. All dads will also receive a chic bow tie gift. The champagne brunch is priced at S$158++ per pax, or S$98++ per pax (buffet only) for adults and S$48++ for children aged between 4 and 12.

For reservations, call +65 6688 8591, or e-mail lavo.reservations@marinabaysands.com.

Dads are also in for a special treat at Bread Street Kitchen on 16 June, as they receive a complimentary schooner of creamy Pilsner Urquell beer when they order the restaurant’s signature beef filet wellington(S$80++).

For reservations, email BreadStreetKitchen.Reservations@MarinaBaySands.com or call +65 6688 5665.

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