Chef Daniel Boulud Joins Marina Bay Sands Roster

During a luncheon held at his New York City flagship restaurant Daniel, it was announced that Chef Daniel Boulud will be one of six world-renowned chefs featured at the highly anticipated Marina Bay Sands resort complex in Singapore when it opens next year.

Chef Boulud, whose Daniel was recently awarded the prestigious three-star designation from the Michelin Guide, said he looks forward to spending time in Singapore when he brings a new version of his New York restaurant, DB Bistro Moderne, to Marina Bay Sands.

Boulud is the first to be publicly announced as a celebrity chef at Marina Bay Sands; in total, according to Las Vegas Sands Corp. president Michael Leven, there will be six celebrity chef restaurants in the complex.

When completed, the three-towered Marina Bay Sands will feature approximately 2,500 hotel rooms, a rooftop Sands SkyPark covering the length of four football fields, a casino, entertainment venues and an 800,000-square-foot retail complex.
 

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