Marina Bay Sands Welcomes Six Celebrity Chefs

It was announced in October that Chef Daniel Boulud would be one of the six celebrity chefs to open restaurants at Singapore's anticipated Marina Bay Sands. Now the rumors can stop about the other mysterious five.

Boulud will be joined by Mario Batali, Wolfgang Puck, Santi Santamaria, Guy Savoy and Testuya Wakuda.

Batali, Boulud and Puck will launch their signature restaurants near the Marina Bay Sands Theaters, while Santamaria, Savoy and Wakuda's will be on the mezzanine level of the casino. Each chef is working to make sure that menus and interior decor reflect their signature styles.

Upon completion, Marina Bay Sands will have both convention and exhibition facilities, about 2,500 hotel rooms, a rooftop Sands SkyPark, a museum, casino, theaters, shopping and dining.

Visit www.marinabaysands.com

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