Spend an afternoon indulging your senses and be taken on a culinary art journey based on the highly successful “GastroGeography” exhibitions. The Mamakan Art Collective will inspire you to get creatively in touch with nature, tasting your way through local botanical treasures and rediscovering part of Singapore’s forgotten food heritage.
The Artist Lecture will feature an 8-course taster menu, each accompanied with a new story. Travel back to Singapore in the 1400’s with cocktails ranging from Bathing Princess on the Hill, a purple liqueur made from Fort Canning flowers, to the explosion of flavours in the SpiceBomb of Diversity, a daring futuristic infusion of native spices.
Book early as tables are limited. Notes: All taster items are vegetarian, gluten-free, and free of pesticides. Virgin cocktails (non-alcoholic) are available by request.
- Saturday 18 February | 3-5pm. Registration from 2.45-3pm.
- Venue: Glass Hall, Singapore Art Museum | 71 Bras Basah Rd
- $49 pax | $490 per table (max. of 10)