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The special six-course menu curated by celebrity chef Sam Leong (right) of Forest includes his Ah Sam Abalone Mee Sua (above). PHOTOS: RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA
The special six-course menu curated by celebrity chef Sam Leong (above) of Forest includes his Ah Sam Abalone Mee Sua. PHOTO: RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA
The special six-course menu curated by celebrity chef Sam Leong (right) of Forest includes his Ah Sam Abalone Mee Sua (above). PHOTOS: RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA
The special six-course menu curated by celebrity chef Sam Leong of Forest includes his Ah Sam Abalone Mee Sua (above). PHOTO: RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA

Dining treat at RWS up for grabs

Celebrity chef Sam Leong celebrates the 30th year of his culinary career, and it is a career filled with accolades and awards.

He was most recently the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year's World Gourmet Awards.

To celebrate his 30th anniversary, chef Leong curated a special six-course menu called I Am Sam, served at his restaurant Forest, which is located at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS).

It is a collection of creations marking significant milestones.

On the menu are lobster barley porridge with condiments, which was served to late founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew in 2013, and Ah Sam Abalone Mee Sua, which the chef said is what he will sell when he retires.

Another special dish is coffee pork ribs paired with pan-seared lemongrass chicken roll.

This was the first dish that the chef and his wife, Forest, created together.

In partnership with RWS, 10 subscribers of The Straits Times have a chance to try this menu on June 18. The 10 will each win a dinner for two. What's more, they will be accompanied by The Straits Times Food Correspondent Eunice Quek.

For a chance to win, take part in this contest, which closes on June 7. Winners will be notified by June 12.

HOW TO WIN:

1. Download the SPH Rewards app.

2. Look for the giveaway in the Rewards section.

3. Press the "Join" button and answer this question: The first dish chef Sam Leong and his wife, Forest, created is the pan-seared lemongrass chicken roll. True or False.

If there are more correct answers than prizes, a lucky draw will be conducted to pick the winners. Terms and conditions apply.

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The discount is valid for Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and the promo code is SPHHJT30.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 01, 2019, with the headline 'ST+ news with benefits'. Print Edition | Subscribe