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W Singapore Kitchen Table–Peter Kuruvita’s Seafood from the Heart

Everyone loves seafood, but did you know that not all seafood are equal? W Singapore and Celebrity Chef Peter Kuruvita have teamed up to showcase to you a dazzling seafood buffet that sources its seafood from sustainable sources, in a way that preserves the well-being of the ocean. People need to eat and pick the right catch so that future generations will still have the chance to enjoy the same joys.

The restaurant Kitchen Table features six live cooking stations for you to experience an extensive range of seafood served with a Sri Lankan flair to showcase Peter Kuruvita’s heritage. Savour specially curated dishes such as the majestic Ambul Thial of Kingfish to King Tiger Prawn Tortellini, Modern Prawn Kottu, Modern Wattalapaan, Vegetarian Pumpkin Curry with Brinjal Roti and Sri Lankan Snapper Curry.

Masterclass with Peter Kuruvita (1)

If Peter Kuruvita looks familiar, it’s because he has appeared on “My Sri Lanka by Peter Kuruvita”. He’s also a well-known chef in Australia, having run the award-winning Flying Fish Restaurant & Bar

Snapper and Curry

We had a quick cooking lesson prior to the start of the buffet where Peter demonstrated how to prepare the simple yet delicious snapper curry.

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Afternoon tea at W Singapore Sentosa Cove

When you think of what to do at Sentosa, you think of the sun, the sand and the sea. Yes there are plenty of beach activities to enjoy at Sentosa, but there are also quite a number of luxury and relaxation options too. One such option is to have afternoon tea at the new W Hotel on the Western side of Sentosa.

Of course, afternoon tea options are aplenty too on mainland Singapore, but you will see that W Hotel Singapore’s W T Time aka Drop the Ts presents many small surprises. Chef Matthew Woolford has taken care to put in creative touches such starting with the whimsical use of the birdcage to house the sweet items. We are told the inspiration stems from days of yesteryear where people would bring their songbird cages to the park. I believe you can still find that happening in parts of Chinatown.

W Singapore T Time - Afternoon Tea at W Hotel Singapore (2)

Well there’s all the sweet treats laid out on an open birdcage. Don’t mind the Partner there photo-bombing my photo.

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