Boing! Singapore Takeout pops up in Sydney

Boing! Singapore Takeout pops up in Sydney

Final stop on world tour for the region's best chefs, a shipping container and a ton of awesome food
Singapore Takeout
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There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but at least the Sydney leg of the Singapore Takeout world food tour has a rather splendid gourmet dinner up for grabs this March.

Some 30 locals will get the chance to win a visit to the itinerant pop-up restaurant at Campbell’s Cove on March 14 and tuck into the culinary creations of Ignatius Chan from Singapore’s acclaimed Iggy’s restaurant.

Competition details are on the globetrotting venture’s Facebook page and the deadline for throwing your hat into the ring is March 4.

Out to impress

The usual superb array of Singaporean dishes that has already tickled the taste buds of London, Paris and New York -- to name but three stops since the juicy juggernaut started rolling last summer -- will be on the menu.

Winners making the trip to the shipping-container-turned-kitchen and its attached 30-seat restaurant will find some of the best regional cuisine served up by the team from one of the Republic’s best-loved restaurants.

And, given that the Takeout is part-run by the Singapore Tourism Board, you just know they’ll be rolling out their best, incredibly spicy, red carpet in a bid to curry a little tourist favor.

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