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Fri, 10 Aug


Relish Dining

Fried Rice Paradise. Singapura So Nice, National Day Party!

ERP, Farquhar, Chilli Crab, Satay Club, Kampung Stories

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Fried Rice Paradise.  Singapura So Nice, National Day Party!
Fried Rice Paradise.  Singapura So Nice, National Day Party!

Time & Location

10 Aug 2018, 7:00 pm

Relish Dining, 116 Serangoon North Ave 1, #04-513, Singapore 550116


About the event

Join us for “love dates” through the ages from Kampung Days to the present as Abby and Andrew own iconic songs of the decades, and put their unique twist to music through the ages. with quirky story-telling, improv and gastronomy. The food is themed through the years starting with kampong fried chicken (inci kabin), through the a go go times, to iconic date destinations, where satay screams and chilli rocks.

Stories of love unfold (Did Farquhar really like Bak Kwa?), with an all-star cast who will take you on a gastronomical adventure coupled with comedy, fun, and all things Singaporean.


Abby Simon

Andrew Mark O

Oliver Ow

Melissa Sidek


1. Stuffed Bread Slices - bread stuffed with mince and crabmeat and shallow fried to golden perfection. Recipe from the 1960s and precursor and inspiration for the "Roti John".

2. Chicken Assam Tumis. Uniquely flavoured with Tamarind and Bunga Kantan (Torch Ginger Flower), this dish invokes nostalgia of days gone by in the kampung. Recipe from the 1960s.

3. Nyonya Hee Peow Soup (Fish Maw Soup). An exotic Straits Chinese Dish of Fish Maw, fish and prawn balls. Heritage recipe.

4. Udang Pedas Nenas (Prawn and Pineapple Tiffin Curry).

5. Daging Tempra (fried meat flavoured with lime juice and soya sauce). A dish from the 1960s possibly inspired by the Japanese Occupation (Tempra =Tempura?).

6. Fish Moolie. Another Fave from the Fabulous '60s.

7. Rissoles. Dutch Colonial Recipe. Savoury pancakes stuffed with spiced minced meat.

8. Goat Curry Varuval - A blast from the past when kambing actually meant goat and not lamb or mutton. We will use actual chevon or goat meat in this traditional Singaporean Indian dry curry dish like they used to in the kampong

9. Nasi Kerabu, no rose tinted lenses when you have purplish hues.

10. Jantung Pisang Kerabu.

11.Lamb Rendang Tok

12. Ulam


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