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Hugo Boss teams up with Morsels for omakase menu – proceeds go to charity

10 per cent of proceeds from the Boss and Morsels collaboration menu will go to local charity, The Food Bank Singapore.

Since the start of the pandemic, fashion brand Hugo Boss has been chipping in to help local communities cope with the challenges posed by the outbreak. 

In June, the brand teamed up with the folks behind #savefnbsg to launch #BOSSTOGETHERSG, an initiative that sees a restaurant partner rolling out an exclusive menu for Boss, with 10 per cent of the proceeds going to The Food Bank Singapore.

One-Michelin starred restaurant Braci was the first to kick off the series. Past collaborators also include Wild Rocket and Salted & Hung. 

This time around, Boss is partnering with local chef Petrina Loh of Morsels, an experimental fusion cuisine restaurant located at Dempsey Hill. Loh is the first female chef to collaborate with Boss on the initiative, just as the fashion brand is celebrating 20 years of Boss Womenswear.

Dishes from the Boss and Morsels collaboration menu. (Photo: Morsels)

The Boss and Morsels collaboration presents an omakase menu written by Loh that celebrates women, nourishment, and generations. Each dish is inspired by the colours of Boss’s Fall/Winter 2020 Collection, prepared with ingredients, including natural spices and Chinese herbs, that are meant to nourish and preserve.

Dishes include Norwegian Fjord Trout served with blue pea flower pollack dashi, compressed strawberry, ikura and red curry rempah oil. Other highlights include Iberico pork char siew, venus clams, drunken chicken and for dessert, Chinese almond panna cotta.

The menu, available till Oct 3, is priced at S$95++ and S$135++ per person for lunch and dinner respectively. Wine pairing options are also included, with three glasses priced at S$54++, and five glasses priced at S$98 ++. Customers will also receive a S$50 Boss Voucher with every order of this menu during this period.

The #BOSSTOGETHERSG initiative will continue till the end of 2020, with a new collaborator each month.

“We know that this period is extremely challenging for everyone and we would like to do our part to support local businesses as much as we can, and also the community through The Food Bank Singapore. With this initiative, we hope that we can encourage people to pay it forward, as we all continue to do our little part to support #savefnbsg and the economy,” said Steven Lam, Managing Director of Hugo Boss Southeast Asia.

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Source: CNA/st(ds)