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Pan Pacific Singapore: 4 Delicious Reasons to Dine at the Edge

Whether it’s a laidback weekend treat or a special Halloween celebration, Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore has it all.

 

A Buffet of Fun

Trick or treat at Edge’s “Spooktacular” Halloween Night. Indulge in a sumptuous buffet of fresh seafood, devilishly delicious premium Wagyu beef and slow-roasted Mongolian-style suckling pig. Craving something murkier? Go for the deep, dark squid ink seafood ravioli with lobster bisque and sambal lady’s finger, Peranakan style. Finish off with the torturous selection of wicked desserts! The details: October 31, from 6:30 to 10:30 pm; $188 per adult (inclusive of free-flow Veuve Clicquot Rosé and Halloween-exclusive Bloody ‘Gory’ Mary Cocktail), $168 per adult (inclusive of free-flow Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label and Halloween-exclusive Bloody ‘Gory’ Mary Cocktail) and $54 per child between the ages of seven and 11.

 

It Pays To Dress Up

Come in your most hair-raising Halloween costume and win attractive prizes! Best Male Costume bags weekend brunch for two at Keyaki; Best Female Costume gets a weekend brunch for four at Hai Tien Lo; Best Couple Costume will win the Sunday Champagne brunch at Edge for four.

 

Relax, it’s Sunday

Need to relax after some serious trick or treating? Unwind with a four-hour Sunday Champagne brunch at Edge, featuring seven live food kitchens showing the best of Asian-Pacific cuisine and à la minute presentations. There’s even a dedicated Kids Corner, so you can relax! Every Sunday, from 12 to 4 pm.

 

All Things Local

Check out Makan Makan at Edge for classic Asian-Pacific favourites and Nonya desserts galore. Highlights include a wide array of seafood on ice, Babi Pongteh, Ngo Hiang, traditional Peranakan chicken curry and homemade sambal in five different flavours. Finish off with local sweet treats such as Portuguese Egg Tarts, Ice Kachang, and the Chef’s signature Durian Puff, Durian Mousse Cake and Durian Pengat. Saturdays, from noon to 2:30 pm.

 

Pan Pacific Singapore
Tel: 6826 8240

Diversity lies at the heart of the culinary journey at Pan Pacific Singapore with innovative dining concepts, award-winning restaurants, a 44-metre lobby bar and a gourmet marketplace. Discover a world of epicurean delights in the heart of the city.

Email: celebrate.sin@panpacific.com
Web: facebook.com/edge.ppsin

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