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Serene’s Supper Club – Private Home Dining

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Some best-kept secrets are hidden in plain sight. Upon setting foot into Serene’s Supper Club, it is obvious that the burgeoning private home dining scene in Singapore is one of these hidden gems. Private dining, although pricier than eating out, is paying for a chef’s personal attention to your meal and your tastebuds – an intimate extravagance.

Almost every weekend, Serene opens up her home to strangers, serving them Japanese and Nikkei cuisine – the latter a lesser-known fusion of Japanese and Peruvian dishes. Juggling her supper club and a full-time job, Serene regards her success in the food industry as something born purely out of her passion for food and a love for sharing. Through her supper club, she has given a healthier choice to the food lovers of Singapore. Watch how Serene whips up her signature fusion dishes such as Seabass Rice with Jalapeno and Yuzu Dressing in this video.

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