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Check out this visiting chef from Singapore's awesome Italian buffet

Stuffed suckling pig and Sicilian ricotta cake bring new flavor to Mariott Cafe.

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By BK-PROMOTED | Mar 14, 2017

  • Check out this visiting chef from Singapore's awesome Italian buffet

JW Marriott is bringing over Italian guest chef Daniele Trivero, who has been with the Singapore Marriott Hotel since Nov 2014, to throw an Italian dinner buffet from Mar 17-31 at Marriott Cafe. 

For B1,690 (Sun-Thu) or B1,990 (Fri-Sat), enjoy Trivero's specially created dishes including lamb shank, stuffed suckling pig, honey and Peroni beer-roasted pork ribs and Southern Italian-style seafood salad, along with a premium selection of Italian cheese and cold cuts. Finish your meal with his tiramisu or Sicilian ricotta cake—or both.

 On Mar 18, Trivero will also hold a gnocchi making class (B1,500). On top of that, there will be two gala dinners: the Illy Gala Dinner on Mar 24 (B5,200), during which every course will be mixed with a coffee cocktail or drink, and the Italian Gala Dinner on Mar 30 (B4,400, add B800 for wine pairing). 

With a background that spans Italy's North (where his father came from a small city in Piedmont) and South (his mother being from Puglia), Trivero has developed his own culinary style that incorporates his food experiences from both regions. 

JW Marriott, 4 Sukhumvit Soi 2, 02-656-7700. Mar 17-31, 6:30-10:30pm

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