Niigata City food fair in Singapore

28 July to 11 August 2016

Lewin Terrace 21 Lewin Terrace Singapore, Singapore 179290


Fresh Niigata City food produce have arrived in Singapore, and you have a chance to taste them! Executive Chef Keisuke Matsumoto of Lewin Terrace will be preparing some of the famous Niigata City food produce, including Horse Mackerel, Black Ivory Shell, Amadai (Tile Fish). This is the first collaboration of its kind, and is limited to 15 days only. Don’t miss it!

The largest among the cities situated on the northwest along the Japan Sea Coast, Niigata City is home to a rich variety of seafood and famous for its rice and sake as well as fresh produce such as vegetables and fruits. Diners will be able to look forward to experience the produce at Lewin Terrace for two weeks from 28 July 2016 to 11 August 2016.

The Sea of Japan and Shinano River, Japan’s largest river in terms of length and volume, have nurtured Niigata’s growth over the centuries. The rivers keep the surrounding lands extremely fertile through carrying nutrients from the mountains and helps to maintain excellent feeding grounds for a wide variety of fish.

To craft the exquisite four-course menu which showcases ingredients such as, Horse Mackerel, Black Ivory Shell, Amadai (Tile Fish), Koshihikari (Niigata Rice) and Japanese Peach, Executive Chef Keisuke Matsumoto flew to Niigata City to hand-pick the freshest ingredients personally. An item not to be missed from the menu is the Amadai Ochazuke, a version of Lewin Terrace’s signature dish created just for the Niigata Food Fair, which illustrates Chef Keisuke Matsumoto’s creativity and flair.

Organised by Niigata City Prefecture in collaboration with OISHII Magazine, The Niigata City Set Menu will be served from 28 July to 11 August, for lunch (11.30am to 2.30pm) and dinner (6.30pm to 11pm), priced at $68++ per person.




Lewin Terrace
21 Lewin Terrace Singapore, Singapore 179290

21 Lewin Terrace Singapore
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