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Sat, 20 Apr



Jamaican Flava

This is the Island party you don’t want to miss!

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Jamaican Flava
Jamaican Flava

Time & Location

20 Apr 2019, 7:00 pm

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


About the event

20 April 7pm Jamaican Flava

This is the Island party you don’t want to miss!

Jamaican Flava Menu

Jamaican Peppered Shrimp

Jamaican Jerk Meatballs with grilled pineapple

Jamaican Goat Curry

SIGNATURE Jerk Chicken

Suka Suka Roasted Vegetables

Rice and Peas

Caribbean Spicy Okra

Rasta Pasta

Jamaican Rum Chocolate Cake (Flourless)

A fast a furious menu with all that authentic flava…

It’s Suka Suka Jamaican Flava in April when Masia dishes out more than her amazing music and moves at Relish.Sg!

Come savour authentic Jamaican fare, if you’ve never tried it, think saucy, curry, meaty and jerky with layers in flavor – Grilled Pineapple with Jerk Meatballs, ooh yum. Jerk Chicken and roasted vegetables…Goat Curry Jamaican style and Chocolate Cake with Jamaican Rum of course.

Chef Chris is inspired and the Far East Empress is launching her Suka Suka Jerk sauce – so you will be the first to relish the authentic tastes of Jamaica and more!


Masia hopes with her suka suka sauce she can promote the “One love concept where different nations get to know more about each other”.

So come, let’s get together and feel all right.

Ticket comes with a bottle of Suka Suka sauce!

Who’s that Gyal?

MAS1A (Masia One) is the Far East Empress who has worked with international greats from Pharrell, John Frusciante, Che Vicious (G.O.O.D. Music, Kanye West, Jay-Z), RZA and Talib Kweli. She has toured and performed in over 20 countries and headlined festivals like Burning Man, Laneway, Ultra Music Japan, Pink Dot, Singapore: Inside Out (Australia) and most recently at Singjazz – setting the stage for her hero Lauryn Hill. On the cusp of releasing her new album named Far East Empress, her video Time Wastin’ is catching the attention of international and local audiences alike, as she shares for the first time her Asian inspirations. And, she just won yet another award at the SE Asian Music Awards for Time Wastin.

So don’t waste your time, come enjoy a very unique party with Jamaican food and vibes!!

Experience includes:

Lavish Meal

Exclusive video screenings

Live Performances

Dancehall moves

Stories, Games (Dominoes anyone?) and more..

Gift of Suka Suka Sauce worth $12

What’s the Suka Suka Story? Masia tells it as it is…

As a Singaporean native, travelling to Jamaica I fell in love with a simpler way of life; spending days on white sand beaches with the delicious smells of savoury Jerk BBQ grilling in the air. I returned home and embarked on creating a Jerk marinade right here in SE Asia that is all natural, free of preservatives and accurate in taste.

In a jar of Suka Suka, the smokey Pimento, spicy Scotch Bonnet and signature Caribbean herbs and spices give this Jerk marinade its one of a kind flavour! Beyond the food, each Suka Suka jar contains a code that links to a playlist of SE Asian musicians creating island inspired music including Reggae, Ska, Dancehall and Afrobeats. With these unforgettable island vibes for the world to share ... I present to you Asia's first authentic, all natural Jerk marinade: Suka Suka Sauce! Bringing West and East together, our mission is simple: To share One Love, One Jerk meal at a time. #SukaSukaSauce

- Masia One

What is Jerk?

Jerk is a style of cooking from Jamaica where meat or vegetables are marinated with a spicy and flavourful mixture of spices. Jerk cooking has developed a following beyond the West Indies, to US and Western European cosmopolitan urban centres with Caribbean communities, where dishes like "Jerk chicken” have become very popular dish worldwide. Jerk marinade can also be used for fish, shrimp, beef, vegetables, tofu and more. The most important ingredients for

Suka Suka Jerk are Pimento and Scotch bonnet peppers, grown for the first time, right here in Southeast Asia. Blended with cloves, cinnamon, scallions, nutmeg, thyme, garlic, brown sugar, ginger, and salt, this is not a tangy & fragrant experience you’d want to miss.


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