A celebration of local talent across various mediums and industries, visitors of Singapore: Inside Out Sydney will have the opportunity to explore exciting food, fashion and design collaborations between Singaporean and Australian chefs, designers and brands.

Eastside Kensington Street x Fat Lulu’s
Photo by John Heng

This four hands collaboration between Chef Stanley Wong of Eastside Kensington Street and Chef Sam Chablani of Fat Lulus will happen in November over three days, with a central theme around Asian spices. Both chefs will showcase their signature grills, with Chef Sam presenting some of his unique Asian spice marinades in his signature #NoBurnNoTaste culinary style.

The four hands sessions will be accompanied by a comedy performance featuring one of Singapore's renowned stand-up comedians, Rishi Budhrani.


New Ubin Seafood Pop-Up at Alex Lee Kitchen

Two-time recipient of Michelin Guide Singapore’s bib gourmand—New Ubin Seafood, will pop up at Alex Lee Kitchen in Spice Alley for three days in November.

Known for their unique dishes that reflect Singaporean flavours, they will be presenting dishes such as Ribeye Beef with “Heart Attack Fried Rice” and Crab Rillette with Deep Fried Mantou. Look out also for a collaborative dish between Alex Lee Kitchen and New Ubin Seafood for the ultimate Singaporean cookout.


The Dessert Collective: Candlenut x KOI Dessert Bar x Tarte by Cheryl Koh

Probably the most spectacular dessert collaboration of 2017, Singapore: Inside Out features Sydney’s dessert prodigy Reynold Poernomo, Chef-Malcolm Lee and his pastry chef, Adredna Tan of the world’s first and only Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant and Asia’s Best Pastry Chef 2016 Cheryl Koh of Tarte by Cheryl Koh (part of the Les Amis Group). The powerhouses will come together to create unique and exquisite desserts with a Singapore twist.


Binary Style x Extraordinary Ordinary Day

Up and coming Singaporean scarf label Binary Style creates scarves with stories to tell. Weaving images of the architecture and heritage of Singapore, each scarf is a beautifully composed work of art that showcases an aspect of Singapore.

Binary Style will be collaborating with architect-turned-shoe-designer label, Extraordinary Ordinary Day to create a limited edition twill silk scarf with prints inspired by iconic architecture in both Singapore and Sydney.


Demochoco x Kakawa Chocolate

Singaporean artisan chocolatier Demochoco, whose chocolates often take inspiration from local flavours such as salted egg, will be teaming up with Kakawa Chocolate in Sydney to produce a box of nine chocolates. This unique creation will feature chocolates inspired by the heritage and local flavours from Singapore and Sydney. Demochoco will also be retailing chocolate bars which are inspired by Singapore poetry.


Singapore Designers’ Showcase

Curated by Naiise, this retail pop-up is a preview of the Singapore Designers’ Showcase, which is scheduled to open in Singapore’s Orchard Road in December 2018.

The pop-up in Sydney will feature 12 Singapore brands/designers handpicked to showcase the diversity and vibrancy of Singapore’s design scene ranging from fashion and accessories to small home furnishings and souvenirs.


SGMUSO Live Showcase

In partnership with The Music Society, Singapore (SGMUSO), the Live Showcase will be presenting the best and brightest talents from Singapore's music scene.