An iconic Parisian cabaret, complete with a celebrity chef meal – here’s to living the high life!
Remember Crazy Horse, the iconic Parisian cabaret that made a cameo appearance at Clarke Quay? It’s now making a comeback from 11 to 22 October at Marina Bay Sands – and this time with the theme Forever Crazy, comprising a blockbuster repertoire of the cabaret’s best acts. Crazy Horse is set to scintillate with glamourous sets and ahem, flashes of skin celebrating the female form; all with a heavy dose of boudoir. Remember to hang around after the show – the revelry continues at CÉ LA VI, as ticket-holders enjoy complimentary entry and drink to keep the good times coming.
If you have been putting off that one big night out, it’s time for a well-deserved treat with customisable show packages from Marina Bay Sands. Simply select the show (it has to be Crazy Horse, of course) and restaurant of your choice, with exclusive menus and discounts. Take a peek at the full list here.
One of the biggest challenges of catching a show at MBS is deciding where to eat. At Marina Bay Sands, you really don’t need to venture too far for a quality meal. For those who have signed up for the Show & Dine bundle, options range from big-names like CUT by Wolfgang Puck and db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud, all offering menus exclusive to these packages. Still can’t decide where to eat? Here are our top picks:
For pre-show dinners (before your 8pm or 11pm show)
The Bird Southern Table & Bar has our seal of approval for a hearty group meal. Come here for good ‘ol American fare – you’ll walk away feeling stuffed, but trust us, the food’s satisfying as hell.
Osteria Mozza is a homely Italian restaurant, popular for its authentic and unpretentious pastas, antipasti, and mozzarella bar. It’s also conveniently located across from the theatres, so you can linger for a pre-dinner drink (or two).
CUT by Wolfgang Puck, with a stellar location just next to the theatre, needs no introduction. It is, after all, where you’ll get the best (and Michelin-approved) steakhouse classics in town. With the exclusive Show & Dine menu, you can select the (world-famous) steak, mushroom pasta, and the rotisserie chicken.
db Bisto & Oyster Bar, located across the theatre, will complete the Parisian experience. Serving up fresh seafood and French classics such as coq au vin, or chicken braised in red wine – this one’s for those looking for a comforting bistro meal.
For post-show suppers (after your 5pm show)
Adrift by Chef David Myers is another swanky resto – but one that comes with a modern twist. This izakaya-style venue features a contemporary menu comprising Asian fusion plates with Myers’ signature Californian spin.
The cherry on top is the five-star service that’s integral to the entire experience. Don’t want to queue with the plebs at the box office? Your show tickets will be delivered to you at the restaurant. Is the cost of parking in town getting you down? Complimentary parking at Marina Bay Sands is included for shows from Tuesday to Thursday. You will also be saving up to 20 percent on the whole bundle – fantastique!
For more information or to book an entertainment package online, head here.
This article is sponsored by Marina Bay Sands