Chang Sensory Trails, a ‘green’ Thai food experience returns to Singapore !

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This culinary adventure, curated by renowned chef couple: Chef ‘Bo’ Songvisava and Chef
Dylan Jones, will take place in Singapore at The Promontory on 7th & 8th July !

After a hugely successful turnout in London and San Francisco, Chang Sensory Trails makes the third stop on its global tour, returning to Singapore for the second year running. This freeto-enter, un-ticketed event is coming to Singapore on 7th & 8th July, and aims to deliver ‘the unexpected’ by introducing the world to a modern, refreshing take on Thai food, art and music.

At Chang Sensory Trails, there is a story behind every bite. Curated by Chef Bo and Chef Dylan, the duo is eager to share with visitors a unique culinary journey inspired by their fondest memories. Awarded Asia’s Best Female Chef 2013, Chef Bo is a hugely influential figure in Thai cuisine. Driven by the belief that the best Thai restaurants should be found in Thailand, her restaurant Bo.Lan, co-founded with her husband Chef Dylan, recently placed 19th at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017. The couple met while working at David Thompson’s Nahm, the first-ever Thai fine dining restaurant to receive a Michelin star.

Fiercely passionate about sustainable food practices, Bo and Dylan work closely with local farmers, advocating bio-diversified produce as reflected in Bo.Lan’s ever-changing menu, with the aim of achieving a zero carbon footprint for their restaurant by 2018. Sharing this same commitment to eco friendliness, Chang Sensory Trails will only be using biodegradable serveware at the event.

What not to miss:
Taste Singapore’s finest Thai restaurants are teaming up with Bo and Dylan, offering up their own
tantalising selection of dishes, as inspired by the chef couple’s memories. With no shortage of
fresh and bold flavours, Chang Sensory Trails will offer up a stellar lineup of food that’s simply
unmissable.

Folks Collective – Phad Thai Crab – Lessons After Closing
• Gin Khao – Signature Watermelon Fried Rice – Taking Centre Stage
• Longtail – Chiang Mai Bites – Courting With Flavours
• Patara Fine Thai Cuisine – Golden Fried Prawns – Sustaining The Seas & Our Bellies
• Long Chim – Chiang Mai Larp – Our First Northern Foray
• Sa-Yum Dining Room – Thai Slider – Spice Hunters
• Nara Thai Cuisine – Moo Ping – An Unexpectedly Long Holiday
• The Thai Society – Gaeng Hang Lay Moo – It’s Different Up North
• Tamarind Hill – Pork Neck Phanaeng Curry – Back To My Childhood
• Thai’d Me Up – Lemongrass Chicken – Chicken For The Soul
• Talay Thai – Tom Yum Lobster Bisque – Fishing For Love
• Aroy Dee – Tom Yum Kuay Teow – Sometimes, Less Is More

Win a seat at the exclusive Chef’s Table
Anyone can win the chance to savour a special menu and intimate VIP experience with Chefs Bo and Dylan at the Chef’s Table. The husband and wife team will be personally presenting their interpretations of iconic Thai dishes for up to 80 guests, in a single “course-prohibited” serving. VIP Chef’s Table tickets will be given away on Chang Beer’s Facebook page — those interested should like and follow for details.

Sounds, sights and smells Not confined to just fantastic tastes and smells, Chang Sensory Trails will promise to be a feast for all the senses. Event goers will get to groove to funk, soul, indie and electro, with musical performances from the likes of O.K Ready, Astronauts and The Good Life Project. Visitors can also expect to explore and scale the “Herb Hill”, an aromatic art installation built on the foundations of Thai cooking – its iconic ingredients.

 

With live music, interactive art, delicious food and refreshing drinks, Chang Sensory Trails is the perfect recipe for a memorably entertaining evening, one best enjoyed with friends.

Experience the event between 4pm till late from 7th to 8th July !

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