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IABC FUSION Dine Around Seat Reservation

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Fairmont Singapore

80 Bras Basah Rd

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Dine Around is a long-time IABC tradition started in San Francisco. Take an evening to explore the city via a wide array of cuisines with small groups of 6 to 10 of your fellow communicators.

Please choose the restaurant you would like to try and reserve a place by signing up for an Eventbrite free ticket.

What is dine around?

Dine around is a long-time IABC tradition and a wonderful way to sample some of the food that
Singapore is famous for with a small group of 6-10 people.

When is dine around?

Day: Wednesday 23 August 2017

Time: Please meet in the lobby of the Fairmont Hotel at 7.15pm – directly after the welcome
reception and find your group. Reservations will be made for 7.30pm, and most venues will
require a short cab ride.

How do we pay for dine around?

Each diner is responsible for the cost of their own meal and drinks. Where possible, venues will
split bills / checks.

What do I need to do?

The conference organising committee has selected six venues that provide an opportunity to experience an aspect of Singapore’s food culture in a wonderful location. A maximum of 10 places has been reserved at each location (with the exception of the Lau Pa Sat Hawker market).

Please reserve your place by registereing on Eventbrite

THE RESTAURANTS

1. Peranakan ($$)

Peranakan promises authentic Nonya cuisine (consisting of a combination of Malay and Chinese ingredients and techniques) based on recipes handed down to Executive Chef Raymond Khoo by his family. The restaurant is located in vibrant Orchard Road, just 2.5 kms from the Novotel Clarke Quay.

Address: 442 Orchard Road, Level 2 Claymore Connect, 238879



2. Komala Vilas ($$)

Established in 1947, this Indian vegetarian restaurant is a household name in Singapore, providing inexpensive meals at its many outlets. Popular items from the menu are the vegetarian biryani, south Indian thali (rice meal), chapati and dosa. The restaurant is located in the fascinating neighbourhood of Little India. Please also note that tables cannot be reserved, and therefore we may be need to wait for a table when we get there.

Address: 76-78 Serangoon Road, 217981



3. Lau Pa Sat ($)

Lau Pa Sat, is located in the heart of Singapore’s financial district, and is one of the most popular food markets in Singapore. It’s a wonderful opportunity to admire some striking architecture, do some people watching and choose from a dizzying array of local delicacies such as chicken rice and satay .

Address: 2 Shenton Way, 068804



4. Jumbo Seafood ($$$), Clarke Quay

Singapore is synonymous with chill crab and Jumbo Seafood is an award-winning restaurant that is famous for it. The black pepper crab is another great option and bibs are provided!

Address: 30 Merchant Road, #01-01/02, Riverside Point, 058282 (Clarke Quay)



5. Bar Roque ($$$)

Bar-Roque is a modern rotisserie and bar for those interested in a fine dining option. Chef Stephane Istel hails from Alsace and has cooked his way across France to the Caribbean, USA, Canada and now Singapore, drawing on deep traditional roots. Options include a S$88 4 course set menu or a six course Chef surprise menu for S$108.

Address: 165 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-00, 088539



6. Lucho Loco ($$$)

Lucha Loco is a taqueria and garden bar serving Mexican food and quality tequilas. It’s located in Duxton Hill which is a happening part of Singapore with plenty of bars.

Address: 15 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089598



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