With just about a month to go, we're really looking forward to Speciality & Fine Food Asia 2018. It is the second time this exhibition is going on in Singapore and after its success last year with 161 exhibitors and close to 3,000 visitors, it's exciting to see what this year will have in store.
The trade-only event in Suntec City highlights some of the best fine food purveyors in the region, connecting the relevant players all under one roof during this 3-day event.
As foodies, we're always on the lookout for the best restaurants, cafes and establishments offering only the best. Which is why it falls on the shoulders of these business owners to elevate their businesses to the next level.
Chef Isaac Mchale of The Clove Club, London will be a headline chef at this year’s show
In the increasingly competitive F&B industry in the region, with Michelin starred restaurants growing in number, the need for excellence is more important than ever.
How do restaurants stand out to foodies like us? It's simple. The sincerity in your restaurant and product will win us, and our fans, over. It is only when restaurateurs put in the effort to continue to challenge themselves to be a cut above the rest, that the spirit of determination and passion is evident in their food.
Are you one of those restaurateurs?
Think about how you can deliver the best to your loyal customers and attract new ones. Register yourselves for Speciality & Fine Food Asia 2018 as a visitor now.
Catch leading chefs at the live demos, check out the latest artisanal produce at the Start-Up Village and be the first to preview award-winning brands at the Asia Food Innovation Awards. For fresh new ideas and business insights, head over to the Investor Pitching Series to see the brightest battle it out for the judges’ votes, attend the engaging panel sessions by industry leaders, and if you’re looking to expand into the Halal market, don’t miss the workshops by SHCF on practical Halal considerations and applications.
Whatever the reason for being at Specialty & Fine Food Asia 2018, if you're a restaurateur or someone in the F&B business, you're missing out if you're not there.