SINGAPORE: Diners can soon look forward to a star—studded dining experience right in the heart of the business district. ME@OUE —— a collaboration between real estate developer OUE and MediaCorp, the parent company of Channel NewsAsia —— will boast cuisines by Michelin chefs while offering diners a splendid view of the city skyline.
Its doors will open to the public on February 16.
The restaurant will offer authentic Japanese, French and Chinese cuisines and will be helmed by Michelin star chefs Masayasu Yonemura, Laurent Peugeot as well as celebrity chef Justin Hor.
Themed events from trade launches, stand—up comedies, fashion shows to New Year’s Eve countdown dinner parties have also been lined up.
A scenic view of the city skyline, gastronomic delights prepared by Michelin star and celebrity chefs, and rubbing shoulders with MediaCorp celebrities —— diners can soon look forward to this swanky dining experience at ME@OUE, located on the penthouse level of the OUE Bayfront.
Tan Seck Wee, retail director of MediaCorp, said: "We will be bringing shows to the restaurant, we will be taking content to new levels, ticketed events that will allow our audience engagement to take to a new perspective.
"For example, you could have an F1 party here, where we could have a ticketed event. At the same time, there are elements that have been incorporated to facilitate TV and radio broadcast production."
The kitchen has also been designed for TV productions, allowing it to generate innovative content for viewers.
Besides its prime location and the exquisite cuisine, it is hoped that this star—studded experience will make it stand out from other restaurants in the area.
Patrina Tan, senior vice president of Overseas Union Enterprise Limited, said: "The collaboration with MediaCorp —— which is star power, the rubbing of shoulders, the spotting the stars, the excitement of seeing them dining at this place regularly, the events that are going to be held —— this is the venue for the most glamorous activities that you can find in town."
Some of the signature dishes at the restaurant include Glutinous Rice, Tune and Sea Urchin, Brittany Loster and the Pan—Fried Whole Abalone.
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