How Far Will You go for the Love of Food

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For food, we travel. That is quite like the new-age norm in the travel world these days. From gourmet food experiences to hands-on culinary sessions, food is not just a part of the itinerary any more. We are willing to go the extra mile for appeasing our taste buds and food travel is now a thing. If your Instagram bio reads ‘foodie’ then this is where you should be headed next year.

Singapore Food Festival

When: Dates to be announced

Where: Singapore

What: 200 talented chefs will come together to showcase the best Singapore has to offer through immersive experiences, cooking classes, spectacular wine and champagne dinners, bespoke cocktails, and the most exciting new flavours and unexpected pairings.

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival

When: 31 March to 9 April 2017

Where: Melbourne

What: If you thought the Masterchef season was awesome, wait till you give the Australian gourmands a chance to please your palate. Australia’s most awaited culinary event have seen names like Nigella Lawson and Heston Blumenthal participate in the past. It gets better this year with a MasterClass with some of the world’s top chefs and the announcement of the San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants that, this time, will happen at the festival.

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Tokyo Food Festival

When: 7 to 15 January 2017

Where: Tokyo

What: If you are perpetually looking for the best sushi in town to satiate your hunger pangs, head to The Tokyo Food Festival to enjoy special foods from different regions of Japan, including Hokkaido, Okinawa, Nagoya, and Aomori. Not only can you gorge on Skewers, Sashimi, Seafood, Unagi Don (eel rice), Ramen, Desserts, Tempura and more but also enjoy some cultural dances while you feast.

The Slate’s Gourmet Weekend

When: Until June 2017

Where: Phuket

What: Ditch the crowds at food festivals and head to private tete-a-tete with food instead. Come in, the Slate’s Gourmet Weekend –a 3D/2N package that promises a deep-dive into Phuket cuisine allowing one to enjoy flavourful local dishes that stays true to the island’s culinary traditions. Apart from an obvious selection of The Slate’s restaurants you can also learn some recipes from the hotel’s cooking studio – Moo’s Kitchen. And just to perk up your culinary itinerary, The Slate’s Gourmet Weekend will include a visit to a local market, where The Slate’s chef will help guests select the best produce and spices for the day’s menu before demonstrating how to create delicious yet easy Thai recipes.

Bon apetit!

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