WIN! FEAST Food Festival is Back This Weekend

By That's Shanghai, May 26, 2020

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The sixth edition of FEAST Food Festival returns this weekend on the The Piazza at Jing An Kerry Centre and in collaboration with Wines of Germany. This year’s extravaganza will feature Shanghai’s rising star chefs and bartenders on Saturday and Sunday, May 30-31, from 12-10pm. Oh, and there is no entrance fee. Yup, it's free! 

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WIN!

FEAST Food Festival is offering a Wines of Germany pack to 10 lucky That's Shanghai reader. For your chance to win, simply share this article on your Moments with the caption ‘That’s what I want!’, take a screenshot and send it to our WeChat account (ID: Thats_Shanghai) along with your email address, delivery address and phone number.

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