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Triple Three at Mandarin Orchard Singapore presents “Flavours of Peru” Food Promotion

September 5, 2018 Dining No Comments Email Email


Mandarin Orchard Singapore, in collaboration with the Embassy of Peru in Singapore and the Commercial Office of Peru in Jakarta, presents Flavours of Peru at award-winning international buffet restaurant, Triple Three. From 7 to 13 September for dinner only, epicureans can look forward to authentic Peruvian cuisine by renowned guest chef, Natalia Sophia González Echeverría, more popularly known as Chef Natty.

With close to 15 years of expertise in traditional Peruvian gastronomy under her belt, Chef Natty’s experience includes working as a chef in Peru’s Government Palace where she has served heads of state, ministers, foreign dignitaries, and members of royalty.

During the Flavours of Peru food promotion, Chef Natty will be collaborating with Triple Three Executive Sous Chef Sam Chin to bring diners an assortment of Peruvian classics ranging from soups and appetisers, to main dishes and desserts.

Start off with the Ceviche, a native appetiser made from raw fish marinated in lime, onion, and chilli. There is also the Nikkei-inspired variation that sees the infusion of Japanese flavours into the ceviche.

Spice it up a notch with Peru’s unique take on the classic chowder—the hearty Chupe de Camaroneswhich uses fresh shrimp in aromatic stock thickened with vegetable chunks, tomatoes, and poached eggs, and then spiked with red hot chilli peppers.

The feast continues with some of Peru’s best-loved dishes such as the Lomo Saltado—a Lima-style stir-fry combining marinated strips of sirloin with onion, tomatoes, and french fries; and the Aji de Gallina—a classic chicken stew made with a spicy sauce flavoured with cheese, garlic, nuts, and Peruvian chilli peppers. Also available is the Pachamanca Pork Ribs—a Nikkei-inspired slow-cooked pork ribs with Yakiniku sauce and roasted peanuts.

Guest Chef Natalia Sophia González Echeverría (Photo credit: Commercial Office of Peru in Jakarta)

Finally, satisfy those sweet cravings by tucking into a rich selection of local desserts with sure hits such as the Encanelado—cinnamon cake soaked in Pisco syrup and filled with Manjarblanco (Peruvian dulce de leche); and the Crema Volteada which, when translated, literally means “upside down cream” and is the Peruvian version of crème caramel.

From 7 to 9 September, diners will also be treated to live nightly performances by renowned Peruvian instrumentalist Pacha Chalwanka who will be showcasing his musical prowess with traditional Andean instruments such as the Siku (panpipe), the Quena (flute), and more! Peruvian music is a fusion of sounds and styles indigenous to Andes and its surrounding region.

Flavours of Peru at Triple Three is available from 6.30pm to 10pm daily from Friday, 7 September to Thursday, 13 September.

Pricing
SundayWednesday: $88++ per adult; $33++ per child (6–12 yrs)
ThursdaySaturday: $108++ per adult; $48++ per child (6–12 yrs)

Credit Card Promotions
DBS/POSB/UOB card members enjoy 50% off every second adult diner (up to eight diners per card)



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