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6 Highlights To Look Out For At Asian Masters, The ULTIMATE Food Show In Singapore For Foodies

Gear up for some exquisite gastronomic treats and dining experiences!

The upcoming epicurean extravaganza Asian Masters showcases some of the legendary dining establishments that have withstood the test of time in Singapore, such as 90-year-old Chinese restaurant Spring Court and 50-year-old Teochew Restaurant Huat Kee.

While the main dining events run from March 1 to April 3, the year-long festival runs till Feb 29 next year and includes dining and cocktail promotions.

On April 1, the dining festivities culminate at the invite-only The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao Best Asian Restaurants Awards at Grand Hyatt Singapore.

The seventh edition of the annual Asian Masters, presented by Citibank Singapore, is jointly organised by Sphere Exhibits, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings, and F&B consultancy firm Poulose Associates.

Also paying tribute to culinary heritage is the newly launched Delicious Heirlooms book, which features 10 well-known family-run restaurants in Singapore. It is priced at $30 and published by Straits Times Press.

Here are our top picks for what to expect at this year’s Asian Masters.

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By Eunice Quek, The Straits Times, February 20, 2019 / Updated by Muneerah Bee 

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