Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Clarke Quay Presents: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Feast’ Gourmet Pop-Up.

Hey guys! So you may have heard that Clarke Quay recently held it's first ever pop-up dining event on the Read Bridge. Yes, I too did...

Hey guys!

So you may have heard that Clarke Quay recently held it's first ever pop-up dining event on the Read Bridge. Yes, I too did not know where this Read Bridge was. But it's actually the happening bridge linking Clarke Quay to the Swissôtel Merchant Court area. This bridge!
(Via Wikipedia).

Still doesn't seem familiar? I understand. Many people like to faint on this very bridge after clubbing. You are no doubt one of them. Don't be offended! That just means that you have experienced many good nights in Clarke Quay. The best moments are captured when you are too drunk having too much fun to go home.
(Via Funny Junk).

Anyhow, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Feast’ was awesome! A huge air-conditioned tent was set up on the Read Bridge just for the event, which featured a 10-course wine-pairing menu. The food provided came from ten restaurants in the Clarke Quay area including Fern & Kiwi, Fremantle Seafood Market, Quayside Seafood, and Tomo Izakaya.
Unagi Oshi Sushi aka "Grilled Eel pressed sushi with Sansyou pepper seed" from Tomo Izakaya.
Canterbury Plains Rack of Lamb aka "Tender New Zealand Rack of Lamb with Pinot Noir infused Honey Rosemary Sauce served on Mint Mashed Potato, Grilled Zucchini, and Confit Cherry Tomatoes" from Fern & Kiwi. 

Aside from the food, other cool things about the event included free flow drinks provided by very friendly bartenders. Meet the friendly bartenders from Bar Rose by Attica!
Also instead of having event tags, we got free tattoos. I like tattoos very much. So this made me happy.
There was also of course, a photobooth provided by Instangraphy.
Anyway I'm really glad I went for the event. It was lots of fun and I'd like to thank my awesome friend DJ Zack C for the invite.
If you want to keep up with all the cool events and dining deals in the Clarke Quay area, I'd recommend that you follow Clarke Quay on social media. You can stalk them on their websiteFacebook, Instagram, and Twitter. And I'd like to end off with a collage of pictures from ‘A Midsummer Night’s Feast’. Spot Jac and Jon! (We're also on AsiaOne!)
Okay, and also a good music video because I can't resist.


Okay that's all for now! Happy Wednesday guys!
❤ Jac.

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