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Cancelled: STORIES: A pop-up restaurant

By HungryGoWhere Editor
18 June 2014 11:32 AMUpdated 24 Jun 2014

Cancelled: STORIES: A pop-up restaurant

A pop-up restaurant | Photo: My Private Chef

**Update: One 24 June, it was announced that the four day pop-up event was cancelled due to ticket sales at below expectations. Members of the public will receive a full refund of their ticket price by the respective ticketing partners.

Catering studio, My Private Chef will host a pop-up dining experience from 26 to 29 June. The pop-up restaurant, STORIES, will be the first chapter in a series of events that combine cuisine with Singapore's history.

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An example of the dishes served at Stories. | Photo: My Private Chef

The four-day event will be held at Tanjong Pagar Railway station, and features the fine food prepared by leading Singapore-based chef Stephan Zoisl, with theatrical storytelling by actors in between courses. Lunch and dinner sessions will be held.

The meal will be a five-course menu by chef Zoisl. The courses will include dishes like a duck confit with a Peranakan-style vegetarian curry jus, as well as salmon sashimi with fennel, mandarin oranges and rempah vinagrette.

The meal will be paired with wines from Lapostolle and at dinner sessions champagne from Moet & Chandon will also be served.

Chef Zoisl has worked in Michelin-starred restaurants in Portugal, Vienna and Chicago and spent four years with the now-defunct Novus. The dishes in the menu for STORIES combine fresh produce and local flavours through European cooking styles. Vegetarian menus are available on request.

STORIES is also supported by Singapore Tourism Board's (STB) Kickstart Fund.

The event itself is a part of STB's Tourism50 celebrations – a year-long campaign that celebrates 50 years of tourism development in Singapore. 

Tickets for Stories are priced at $188 for lunch at $248 for dinner. Tickets can be purchased on Sistic, Peatix and eventClique

 

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