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Grilled clams and Tio Pepe Fino. The higher alcohol content actually helps to pair Sherry with food.

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SET to be one of the most ambitious local productions of the year, Legends Of The Southern Arch (above) is a wuxia epic about a secret manual hidden under the Southern Arch that can make a fighter invincible.

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Jeremy Monteiro, the local jazz king, has decided to go ahead with the performances despite the national mourning period for the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.

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The Vanilla Sundae Cone (right) and the Smoked Salmon dish.

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Mar 27, 2015 5:50 AM

WINE

A class above

Sherry Apprentice Masterclass

SHERRY - the oft-neglected fortified wine - is staging a comeback.

Helping to lift its profile is Spanish restaurant Una, which is holding a Sherry Apprentice

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