X marks the collaborations - why they're hot in F&B right now

One of Michelin Guide Singapore's recent collaborations was between chef Tristin Farmer of Restaurant Zen and Ms Juan Yi Jun, co-owner of No Sleep Club.
One of Michelin Guide Singapore's recent collaborations was between chef Tristin Farmer of Restaurant Zen and Ms Juan Yi Jun, co-owner of No Sleep Club.PHOTO: MICHELIN GUIDE SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - The letter X is appearing all over the dining and drinking scene in Singapore. X is a shorthand for collaborations, and they are spreading like wildfire now.

Of course, chefs have always had four-hands nights with other chefs, and mixologists often do guest sessions in bars other than their own. But these pairings have become more common, as food entrepreneurs look for new ways to entice customers.

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