Christmas spirit fills the air! Celebrate the long awaited holiday season with dear family and friends with a range of delectable festive eats, enchanting art exhibitions, Muse Wine Bar specials and more. Read on to see what we have to offer this holly jolly December!
Follow your Christmas tradition of dining out this year and let the festive spirit and tranquility at Kitchen Savvy fill your soul. To celebrate the most magical holiday season of the year, our team of chefs has pulled all the stops to prepare satisfying Yuletide feasts for you and your family. Gather around the table on 24 and 25 December for an authentic Christmas lunch, where a crisp Smoked Turkey Salad and a hearty Pumpkin Chestnut Soup start off the cheer before you dive into a Sirloin or a Boneless Spanish Iberico Pork Loin and more. While those who wish to enjoy Christmas at its fullest can join our Christmas dinner on 24 December to savor a lavish Appetizer Platter, a fragrant Spaghetti with Wild Fungi and Truffle Sauce, succulent mains including a Roast Beef, as well as a Dessert Platter.
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While you shop for your Christmas gift or appreciate art at The Muse, pause for a moment and celebrate the Yuletide season with bubbles and delicious bites! Enjoy our delicately prepared snack platter along with an Italian Sparkling Tenuta S Anna Prosecco from our Winter Bubbles Set at Muse Wine Bar. Highlights include a crunchy Deep-Fried Shrimp Spring Roll with Sriracha Mayonnaise and a flavourful bite of Tom Yum Arancini with Sweet and Chili Sauce. The buttery flavours from the Lemongrass Quail also go excellently with chilled bubbles.
From 17 December 2021 to 08 January 2022, Muse Gallery will deck the walls with colourful exhibits from the “Whisper of the Heart” exhibition. In search of the most beautiful memory, the artist discovers that flower and its many forms and hues is what made the most impact. When appreciating these paintings, we welcome guests to attempt to go with the emotional flow of each brush stroke and lose themselves in the artist’s memory of what is beautiful.