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Taste the delicacies of Australia’s award-winning chef-restaurateur Scott Pickett at a four-hands meal at Stellar at 1-Altitude later this month.

Melbourne-based Pickett, who is behind fine-dining restaurant Estelle by Scott Pickett with a two-hat score in The Age Good Food Guide, the extra informal Estelle Bistro, in addition to trendy Australian restaurant Saint Crispin, will likely be teaming up with Stellar’s govt chef Christopher Millar for a five-day event from April 23 to 27.

The meals are a part of Citibank Singapore’s new year-long eating programme four Hands Kitchen, which can finish subsequent February.

The programme began final month and contains a five-day collaborative menu between a chef of a well known abroad restaurant that has both been awarded a Michelin star or a hat, as within the case of Australia, and the collaborating restaurant’s resident chef.

Chefs Pickett and Millar are collaborating for the primary time. They began engaged on their menu in early March.

The menu will showcase produce from Australia together with Tajima wagyu from Tiana Park within the Riverina area of New South Wales and Olsson’s Sea Salt, which sources from the Great Australian Bight and the Great Barrier Reef.

Chef Millar, 50, who can also be from Australia, says: “We want to ensure that diners get to experience a collaborative menu that celebrates some of the finest ingredients that Australia has to offer.”

Diners can count on dishes comparable to steamed sea urchin custard with jamon Iberico, and Sturia caviar; Tajima wagyu with burnt carrot and fermented black truffle.

Meals are priced at $90++ for a four-course lunch and $165++ for a six-course dinner.

Of the brand new eating programme, Mr Vikas Kumar, Citibank Singapore’s head of playing cards and private loans, says: “With the launch of 4 Hands Kitchen, we are focused on curating a more enhanced and personalised premium dining experience, to better cater to the discerning tastes of our customers.”

The programme is collectively organised by Sphere Exhibits, an entirely owned subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings; and meals and beverage consultancy Poulose Associates.

Other eating places within the line-up for the approaching months embody trendy Australian restaurant Blackwattle in Amoy Street in May with visitor chef Mitch Orr, proprietor of Sydney’s one-hat restaurant Acme; and Michelin-starred Alma at Goodwood Park Hotel in June with visitor chef Dan Bark of Bangkok restaurant Upstairs at Mikkeller.

Diners can count on costs for the four Hands Kitchen meals to start out from $69++ an individual for a four-course lunch.

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• For extra data, go to Citibank card members obtain 20 per cent off the four Hands Kitchen menus.

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