Art at Curate

In collaboration with Michelin Guide Singapore and wine authority Robert Parker Wine Advocate, Resorts World Sentosa presents “Art at Curate”, a series of culinary events featuring Michelin-star chefs hand-picked to grace the CURATE kitchen throughout the year, in celebration of the highest gastronomic art.

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CURATE will host the tenth Series of the event from 27 April to 3 May 2018 and it will feature flavours so exquisite, they could well be rated a perfect ten.

Headlining this pageant of the finest aromas and tastes will be one of Switzerland’s top chefs, Tanja Grandits, who helms the legendary two-Michelin-starred restaurant Stucki in Basel.

Lauded for her breathtaking use of colours, herbs and spices, her culinary style is distinctively modern, creative and aromatic. Come savour creations that amaze before you taste, and delight with every bite.

She will collaborate with Chef de Cuisine Benjamin Halat in a special presentation of the creations that will please the most discerning of gourmands.

It is our pleasure to invite you to partake in this artful epicurean experience at the CURATE kitchen.

We look forward to having you.

To reserve your spot, call +65 6577 7288 or email to

Chef Tanja Grandits - Art at Curate Series 10

Art at Curate Series 10
An exclusive Four-Hands Dining Experience by
Chef Tanja Grandits of
2-Michelin-Starred Stucki in Basel, Switzerland
and Chef Benjamin Halat

27 April – 3 May 2018

Fully booked for dinner. Limited seats available for lunch.

Chef Tanja Grandits almost become a chemist – she chose to study Chemistry after finishing school. Fortunately for gourmands the world over, she left her studies to embark on her journey to culinary greatness.

She started on an apprenticeship at Traube Tonbach, Baiersbronn and followed that up with stints at Claridge’s, London and Chateau de Montcaud, Bagnols-sur-Cèze. The experience refined her skills and shaped her eventual style – which focuses on delighting the sight with colours and flowers, and impressing the nose with a masterful command of aromas.

She would open her first restaurant in Switzerland – Thurtal in Eschikofen. In 2006, she took over Stucki in Basel with her husband. Her culinary excellence earned Stucki two Michelin stars. She has also been named Female Chef of the Year (2006) and Chef of the Year (2014) by the influential Gault Millau guide – which has awarded a stunning, near-perfect 18 out of 20 points to Stucki.

Without Wine Pairing
4-Course Lunch Menu at SGD88++
8-Course Dinner Menu at SGD155++

With Wine Pairing
4-Course Lunch Menu at SGD138++
8-Course Dinner Menu at SGD275++


RWS Invites Privilege:
Members enjoy 10% off lunch, plus 3% rebate

Chef Emma Bengtsson - Art at Curate Series 9

Art at Curate Series 9
An exclusive Four-Hands Dining Experience by
Chef Emma Bengtsson
2-Michelin-Starred Aquavit, New York City,
and Chef Benjamin Halat

12 – 18 January 2018

From a small Swedish town to one of the world’s greatest stages for culinary excellence – Emma Bengtsson’s gastronomic journey is as remarkable as her creations. She fell in love with cooking as a child thanks to her grandmother’s love for home cooking. Her talents grew with her and she enrolled in Stockholm’s Hotel and Restaurant School.

Following were stints in acclaimed restaurants - Edsbacka Krog, Restaurant Prinsen and Operakällaren. Her next move was to Aquavit, where she shone with her creative interpretations of classic Scandinavian desserts and helped the restaurant gain a Michelin Star. Chef Bengtsson eventually became Executive Chef and she led Aquavit to the rare distinction of a second star, making her the first-ever Swedish female chef to run a two-star kitchen.

Without Wine Pairing
4-Course Lunch Menu at SGD88++
8-Course Dinner Menu at SGD155++

With Wine Pairing
4-Course Lunch Menu at SGD138++
8-Course Dinner Menu at SGD275++


RWS Invites Privilege:
Members enjoy 10% off lunch and dinner, plus 3% rebate

Chef Alexandre Dionisio -

Art at Curate Series 8
Chef Alexandre Dionisio
From Two-Michelin-Starred La Villa in the Sky, Brussels

5 - 12 October 2017

Alexandre Dionision started working at the age of 15, learning his basics from Rocky Renaud from 1997 to 2003, before becoming a commis de cuisine under Pierre Wynants at Comme chez Soi. In 2008, he was hired by Yves Matagne as a junior sous-chef at Sea Grill, and in 2010 he took part in the reality TV programme “Top Chef”, making it through to the semi-finals. That was also the year he established his own restaurant, for which he received his first Michelin star.

La Villa in the Sky is a collaboration with Serge Litvine of Villa Lorraine, which opened in 2014 to rave reviews.

Without Wine Pairing
4-Course Lunch Menu at SGD95++
8-Course Dinner Menu at SGD235++

With Wine Pairing
4-Course Lunch Menu at SGD155++
8-Course Dinner Menu at SGD385++


RWS Invites Privilege:
Members enjoy 15% off lunch and dinner, plus 3% rebate.

Art at Curate series 7 - Chef Kang Mingoo

Art at Curate Series 7
Kang Mingoo
From One-Michelin-Starred Mingles, Seoul

16 – 23 August 2017

After taking internships at Michelin-star restaurants in Spain from 2009 to 2010, the formally trained Kang Min Goo was hired to be Junior Sous Chef in Nobu Miami, moving on to head Nobu Atlantis in the Bahamas as the youngest Executive Chef de Cuisine in the highly-acclaimed Nobu chain in 2011.

In 2014, he opened Mingles, which has since won a host of awards, including the first prize in KOREAT, Korea’s most influential gourmet survey, for two consecutive years.

4-Course Lunch Menu with Wine Pairing at SGD180++
8-Course Dinner Menu with wine pairing at SGD380++

Art at Curate Series 6 - Chef Richard Van Oostenbrugge

Art at Curate Series 6
Richard van Oostenbrugge
From Two-Michelin-Starred Bord’eau Restaurant Gastronomique, Amsterdam

5 – 13 May 2017

Born in Leiden, the Netherlands, Richard van Oostenbrugge started as a chef in Gstaad, Switzerland and over an illustrious 16-year career, has worked in kitchens across the United Kingdom and Spain, alongside the culinary elite, mastering the French technique while refining his unmistakable style and sensibility.

Today, Richard van Oostenbrugge is the Executive Chef at the five-star De L’Europe in Amsterdam, and counts himself as one of the few who managed the rare feat of earning two Michelin stars in two years.

4-Course Lunch Menu with Wine Pairing at SGD200++
8-Course Dinner Menu with wine pairing at SGD400++

Art at Curate Series 5 - Chef Masayasu Yonemura

Art at Curate Series 5
Masayasu Yonemura
From One-Michelin-Starred Restaurant Yonemura, Japan

4 – 11 February 2017

Born and raised in Kyoto, Japan, Masayasu Yonemura began working at French restaurant Seiyougosho Okumura in Kyoto, which inspired him to synthesize different culinary techniques into a style distinctively his own.

In 1993, he opened Restaurant Yonemura, and his flair for putting Japanese accents on French cuisine quickly put him in the spotlight of the gourmet world. The success of Restaurant Yonemura led to the opening of a second outlet in Tokyo, and both have been featured in the Michelin Guide Book for Japan since then, each earning a well-deserved one Michelin star.

Chef Masayasu Yonemura is also the author of an award-winning cookbook named after his restaurant.

5-Course Lunch Menu with Sake Pairing at SGD180++
9-Course Dinner Menu with Sake Pairing at SGD380++

Art at Curate 2016 Series Four - Chef Ramón Freixa

Art at Curate Series 4
Ramón Freixa
From Two-Michelin-Starred Ramón Freixa Madrid, Spain

4 - 11 November 2016

Ramón Freixa is born in 1971 in a small village near Barcelona to a family in the restaurant business, and grew up surrounded by the sights, smells and sounds of the kitchen. After his studies, Ramón continued learning the trade in Belgium and France before returning to work in the family restaurant, taking over at the helm in 1998, which was also the year he published his first cookbook.

A second cookbook followed in 2004, along with his stint at Ávalon in Barcelona’s Grand Hotel Central. In 2009, he relocated to head the eponymous restaurant Ramón Freixa Madrid in Hotel Único, where he was given free rein, which paid off with two Michelin stars awarded in 2010, which he has maintained till today.

In 2016, Ramón made Spanish history as the first chef to be conferred the prestigious Prize of Culture from the Community of Madrid.

Four-Course Lunch Menu with Wine Pairing - SGD230++

Eight-Course Dinner Menu  with Wine Pairing - SGD420++

Art at Curate 2016 Series Three - Chef Esben Holmboe Bang

Art at Curate Series 3
Esben Holmboe Bang
From Three-Michelin-Starred Maaemo, Norway

16 - 25 September 2016

Esben Holmboe Bang is the head chef, co-owner and creative force behind Maaemo, the ground-breaking restaurant from Oslo, Norway, that was awarded three Michelin stars in 2016. He was born in Copenhagen but it was in Oslo that his culinary career took off for the stratosphere.

Growing up in a family where there was a great deal of emphasis on sustainability and agriculture, it is little wonder the chef’s inspiration comes from nature. His cuisine is rooted in the natural flavours and quality of the raw ingredients, stripping them back to their bare essentials before recomposing them into entirely new narratives, bringing the tastes of Norway to life on a plate.

Chef Ebsen’s bold style of cooking has won the him legions of fans from the cognoscenti, and a listing in Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential Chefs in the World”. He was also named by Elite Traveler Magazine as the “2016 Young Chef of the Year”.

Four-Course Lunch Menu with Wine Pairing - SGD250++
Eight-Course Dinner Menu  with Wine Pairing - SGD450++

Art at Curate 2016 Series Two - Chef Guy Martin

Art at Curate Series 2
Guy Martin
From Two-Michelin-Starred Le Grand Véfour, France

8 – 15 July 2016

Born in 1957 in Bourg Saint Maurice, Guy Martin started working at a local pizzeria in 1976. He chanced upon the classic cookbook “Gastronomie Pratique” and went on to try out the 500 recipes on his own. The rest is culinary history.

In 1981, Chef Martin joined Relais & Châteaux, worked for three years as Chef de Cuisine at Château de Coudrée on Lake Geneva, then in Château de Divonne where he became Executive Chef at age 26. In 1985, he earned his first Michelin star. In 1989, his second. In 1991, he made his move to the historic Le Grand Véfour.

Chef Martin’s style is modern, sensuous and bold, with an emphasis on high-quality produce from the various regions of France. An art and music aficionado, he cites Jacques Offenbach, Mozart and Glenn Gould as the inspiration to explore culinary boundaries, conceiving new colours, flavours and presentations for his creations.

The acclaimed chef has authored more than 20 cookbooks throughout his career and also hosted a television programme. In 2012, he was decorated an “Officer” of the Ordre de La Légion d’Honneur (National Order of the Legion of Honour) by the French Government.

Four-Course Lunch Menu with Wine Pairing - SGD240++
Eight-Course Dinner Menu with Wine Pairing - SGD400++

Art at Curate 2016 Series One - Chef Massimiliano Alajmo

Art at Curate Series 1
Massimiliano Alajmo
From Three-Michelin-Starred La Calandre, Italy

29 Apr - 6 May 2016

Massimiliano Alajmo was just 28 when the Michelin Guide bestowed his family’s Italian restaurant La Calandre its three star status in 2002, making him one of the youngest executive chefs to earn that coveted distinction.

Today, the 42-year-old is an accomplished multi-hyphenate in and outside of the kitchen. Together with his brother Raffaele and sister Laura, he is a part of the fifth generation of the Alajmo family of chefs and restaurateurs, and oversees the kitchens of La Calandre and the family’s other two restaurants Ristorante Quadri and La Montecchi, with a total of five Michelin stars among them; as well as a network of bistros, Il Calandrino, abc Quadri, abc Montecchia, and Caffè Stern in Paris.

Besides sitting on the board of directors and regularly lecturing at Italian culinary school, the Master della Cucina Italiana, chef Alajmo has also published an award-winning cookbook entitled “In.gredienti” and owns Le Essenze, a line of pure essential oil sprays, and, a collection of tableware designed by the Alajmo brothers and produced by renowned Italian craftsmen.

Known for his multi-sensory approach to cooking and penchant for exploring ingredients in depth in order to bring out their true essence, chef Alajmo is excited to bring his culinary creations to Singapore. He says: “Singapore is home to one of the world’s most dynamic food scenes. I am thrilled to share with the people of the city both classic dishes from Le Calandre, as well as the fruit of our latest research."

Four-course Lunch Menu
Four-course Lunch Menu (with wine pairing)
Eight-course Dinner Menu
Eight-course Dinner Menu (with wine pairing)

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