ieat Durian Degustation IV: Registration is now Open

Sorry, due to overwhelming response. Registration is now closed.

Since our last Durian Degustation, I have had a lot of requests to organize another one. This time round, I wanted to find a bigger place which can host at least 100 pax so that more people can come.

So after a bit of haggling, I am glad to finally announce that the nice people at 717 Trading have agreed to host our Durian Degustation for a very special price of $20 per head (MSW is currently $18 per kg). 717 Trading as you might already know, has a solid reputation for providing only the best Durians and when you visit their stall you can get to see Durian Gloves adorning the walls with famous names of people from Mediacorp to Ministers.

Mr Goh has assured me that there is going to be MSW and D24 available, but we will also get to taste whatever cultivars are available that day. In order to get the $20 per head price, we must gather at least 100 pax, so I am counting on everyone for your support!

The Details:

Venue: 717 Trading, 22 Yio Chu Kang Road, #01-01 Highland Centre
Time: 8pm (registration starts)
Date: 31 July 2009 (Fri)
Price: $20 per person

To book your seats, email to: [email protected], in the title put Durian Degustation IV and leave your name, nickname, handphone number and number of persons coming in the first line of your email. Keep the first line as short as possible as I can get all the info I need without opening the email.

Due to overwhelming demand Registration is currently closed

The Participants list is published here.

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