Pairing sake with Japanese food? Of course, it is beautiful pairing, however, don’t you think it’s bit boring, do you?
We SAKEMARU wants to pursue and tell the potential of Sake, so that we organized new event.
SAKEMARU will have a limited sake pairing dinner in collaboration with My Little Spanish Place in Bukit Timah on 15 Dec at 6:30 pm. We offer 5 dishes and 5 different kind of sake for pairing.
In addition to the main course, asume and dessert are served. This special course is specially designed by head chef Edward.
Through tasting of several sake and discussion with SAKEMARU sommelier, he came up with special course. To make this pairing special, he injects Japanese essence in each dish. Please enjoy the fantastic marriage!!
・Member：$110 nett（At door $115）
＊Access to event page with password attached in email from SAKEMARU
・Non Member：$120 nett（At door $125）
＊Order tickets via Eventbrite:
– Paypal Account is not needed to pay Eventbrite tickets
– Please kindly bring your tickets at the entrance
Chef Edward Esmero, co-chef director of My Little Spanish Place, joined the team in 2013, and is currently Executive Head Chef for the group. Born in the south of Philippines in the town of Batangas, Edward’s heritage has a lot of Latino influences, as his grandmother was a Mistisa (her father was Spanish and her mum Filipina), and Edward’s dad is Mexican. He grew up in an environment that exposed him at an early age to the myriad of culinary influences in his country.
Having spent many of his childhood years in the kitchen with his grandmother, Edward strongly believes that Spanish food comes from the heart and is best when cooked in a ‘homely’ manner, just like how his grandmother used to.
Having received trainings from both local and international chefs and winning numerous awards and recognitions from local competitions, Chef Edward pursued his passion in the field of hospitality and restaurant management in countries such as Saudi Arabia, USA, Caribbean and Singapore.
My Little Spanish Place
Founded in March 2010, My Little Spanish Place is inspired by the ‘meson’, a typical home-style restaurant often found in Spanish regions. Its philosphy is based on the Spanish saying, “Mi Casa es Su Casa”, which means “My House is Your House”.
It boasts a full-fledged menu of Spanish home-style dishes and desserts, and offers Singapore’s most complete Jamon bar and a Spanish ‘Despensa’ (pantry
Thursday, 15 December 2016 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
619 Bukit Timah Rd Singapore 269720