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What’s On This November 2021 In Singapore

Here's is your November must-do checklist!

1. WGS x PasirPanjangBoy x Morsels

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The World Gourmet Summit (WGS) continues to focus on its quest to cultivate culinary talents in Singapore as it brings across another collaboration with private dining chef PasirPanjangBoy’s Culinary Maestro Tinoq Russell Goh and Dylan Chan, together with Chef Petrina Loh. PasirPanjangBoy will exhibit their charm and expertise in Peranakan flavours, bringing a beautiful combination of fare together with the creativity and innovation of Chef Petrina Loh at Morsels.

Start off with nibbles like the Ajitsuke Tamago Quail Egg paired with Sambal Tumis  Kakimochi and the Iberico Pork Jowl Ngoh Hiang accompanied with Habenero Chilli Chuka. Small plates like the Hokkaido Scallop are infused with South East Asian flavours like Laksa,  done in Ceviche, or Batalle Spanish Pork Belly with Buak Keluak. For the mains, think Jack’s  Creek Black Angus beef short rib rendang with Nasi Kunyit, Nasi Bunga Telang, and Sweet  Potato Leaf.

WGS x PasirPanjangBoy x Morsels
Address: 25 Dempsey Rd., #01-04, 249670
Date and time: 2 to 4 November 2021, 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Price: *$188++ per person (additional $98++ per person for sake pairing). Buy tickets here.

*$10 from each dinner menu purchased will be donated to the Foodbank Singapore.

2. Celebrate Deliveroo’s 6th birthday

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This year, one of Singapore’s most loved food delivery service, Deliveroo, is celebrating its 6th birthday! 

To mark this special occasion, Deliveroo has created the ultimate birthday cake loaded with candies and prizes as well as month-long promotions to reward fans. In a nutshell, fans can expect:

  • $1 delivery promotion (subject to a minimum spend of $12 and service fee) from over 8,000 participating restaurants and grocery partners islandwide from 1 to 5 November.
  • Free delivery from 8 to 30 November for orders from restaurants such as Wang Cafe, A-One, Project Acai and Poke Theory.
  • Stand a chance to win up to $600 worth of Deliveroo credits or Deliveroo Editions vouchers when you order Deliveroo’s limited-edition smashable birthday cake 
  • Customers can enjoy discounted $1 delivery fee on all Deliveroo orders from 1 to 5 November
  • From 8 to 19 November, Deliveroo will offer up to 50 percent off on full menus of selected brands, including Popeyes, Crave, KFC and Beauty in the Pot
  • Customers can also expect $6 offers and 50 percent deals on selected food items throughout November

Celebrate Deliveroo’s 6th birthday
Date and time: November 2021

3. France Singapore Festival 2021

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vOilah! France Singapore Festival is returning from 3 November to 10 December 2021!

Organised by the Embassy of France in Singapore, this year’s festival is a “Feel Good” edition that will highlight the excellence, diversity and innovation that characterize France and Singapore’s bilateral partnership, while also celebrating the spirit of joy and hope.

There are 50 programmes listed to celebrate the collaborations between the two countries – with a focus on culture, education, science and lifestyle.

With a renewed commitment to sustainability, vOilah! 2021 aims to be the first zero-net festival in Singapore by offsetting carbon emissions and will present several engaging programmes addressing this critical issue.

vOilah! France Singapore Festival
Address: See website
Date and time: 3 November to 10 December 2021
Price: See website

4. CÉ LA VI November Specials

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Keep a lookout for CÉ LA VI’s dine-in specials in this November!

Sunday BBQ: Every Sun.

We’re firing up the grill and pairing our favourite BBQ dishes with an exclusive Aperol Spritz Menu. Bring your sunnies and good vibes to wind down the weekend overlooking the stunning Singapore skyline. RSVP here.

1-for-1 Aperol Spritz: Wed. to Fri.

Enjoy the golden hour with an Aperol in hand. With its refreshing flavour, rhubarb notes, and sunny colour, an Aperol Spritz is the perfect companion for our Sky Lounge Asian tapas menu. Details here.

Breezy Brunch: Every Sat. + Sun.

Celebrate the weekend with continuous Prosecco, wine, spirits, beer and cocktails for three hours at $88++ ($48++ upgrade to Billecarte-Salmon Champagne) to complement its a la carte menu. RSVP here.

2-hour Free Flow: Mon. to Fri.

Disconnect and join us on the 57th floor as you enjoy day to night with bottomless Prosecco, beer, house wine and spirits at $75++ per person. RSVP here.

Ladies Night: Every Wed.

Every Wednesday, ladies enjoy $10++ glasses of Prosecco and house wine at its coveted Sky Lounge, while overlooking the stunning Singapore skyline. Details here.

CÉ LA VI November Special
Address: Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, 018971
Date and time: November 2021
Price: See above

5. 32nd Singapore International Film Festival

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A champion of Southeast Asian independent cinema, this year’s Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) will present a diverse, inclusive range of over 100 films by filmmakers from all over the world. These carefully selected films speak of memories, emotions, inspired conversations and discussions – that together celebrate the rejuvenation and continuity of film and storytelling in the cinematic community. 

Some highlights of this year’s SGIFF include:

  • New film sections to join hallmark categories in the 2021 programme as the festival goes back to a cinema-only format
  • More than 100 films will be screened across six cinemas in Singapore during the 11-day festival, representing works from more than 40 countries with strong representation from Southeast Asia
  • Indonesian filmmaker Edwin’s Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash is this year’s opening film
  • SGIFF presents the inaugural Outstanding Contribution to Southeast Asian Cinema Award to Southeast Asia Fiction Film Lab (SEAFIC)

Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) 2021
Address: See website
Date and time: 25 November to 5 December 2021
Price: See website

6. At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy’s Sunday Luxe Series

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At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy’s signature event, the Sunday Luxe Series, will return on 7 November 2021. The Academy will be transformed into an experiential day of learning and tasting, where guests will be taken on epicurean journey to explore the intricacies of honey.

The one-day honey-themed event is hosted by Chef-Owner of Morsels, Petrina Loh, who is known for her belief in you are what you eat. Her experimental fusion cuisine focuses on a Traditional Chinese Medicine-influenced menu with wellness and nourishment in mind. Guests will be treated to culinary experiences such as high tea, fine-dining dinner pop-up and masterclass by Chef Petrina, and curated workshops by exclusive partners.

Honey Produce Market (3 sessions): 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. / 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. / 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The Thoughtful Host Masterclass: 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Curated Workshops:

Bee a Honey Connoisseur Workshop: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Natural Wines Workshop: 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Beeswax Wrap Workshop: 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

High on Honey High Tea (2 seatings): 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. / 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Honey Dinner (2 seatings): 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. / 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Sunday Luxe Series
Address: 28 Tai Seng St., 534106
Date and time: 7 November 2021, see above for details
Price: $165 (1 pax, food only), $295 (2 pax, food only), +$100 (1 pax, wine only), +$175 (2 pax, wine only)

7. Curate Cucina Pisana’s Opening

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There’s a new resto in town! Curate Cucina Pisana has opened its doors on 1 October 2021 at level 1 of The Forum at Resorts World Sentosa. Led by Pisan native Chef de Cuisine Davide Bizzarri, the restaurant presents an authentic dining journey through Pisa, a province in the heart of Tuscany that is known for its Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italian renaissance art and famous vineyards. 

Paying homage to Italian culinary traditions, Curate Cucina Pisana brings to table freshly hand-kneaded artisanal pasta made from the best Italian Durum wheat Semolina. You can also enjoy traditional pasta from the Martelli, a family-run pasta business located in Lari, a small medieval village near Pisa, with a heritage of more than 95 years. All work processes in the Martelli’s pasta factory are marked by slow techniques at low temperatures where this method enhances the flavour of the grain and the absorption of the sauce, making the dough not just tasty but also more easily digestible. 

Curate Cucina Pisana
Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa, The Forum, #01-231/32, 098138
Tel: 6577 7288
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Lunch, Sat. + Sun.); 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Fri. to Tue., Dinner)
 

8. Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) 2021

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Something’s brewing: The 24th edition of the Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) is back from 5 to 14 November 2021.

Presented by Arts House Limited (AHL) and commissioned by the National Arts Council (NAC), this year’s hybrid festival (with some programmes held in-person and online) will bring together local and international authors to share candid thoughts and juicy opinions, creating safe spaces for the public to indulge in their literary pleasures. Some names that might excite you? Think Queer Eye‘s Tan France, Wet Market to Table author Pamelia Chia, veteran horror writer R.L. Stine and more!

Festival Director Pooja Nansi, shared her inspiration for this bold endeavour, ”Everyone needs a light-hearted pick me up. This year’s rather cheeky theme hopes to bring about some cheer and laughter to the local and international literary community. By exploring complicated relationships between guilt and pleasures, we are hoping that these novel pursuits will appeal to a wider audience and signal that the festival is not afraid of pushing boundaries to move Singapore’s literature scene forwards.”

Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) 2021
Address: Venue to be revealed closer to event date
Date and time: 5 to 14 November 2021, schedule to be revealed soon
Festival passes: $28 for Early-Bird Festival Pass Plus ($35 Regular), $16 for Early-Bird Festival Pass ($20 Regular)
. Festival passes are now available for sale here.

By Willaine G. Tan / Images + text courtesy of respective press releases.

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