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A month after Singapore issued the world's first regulatory approval for cultured chicken, several Tatler Singapore friends and Generation T honourees were invited to taste Good Meat's Cultured Chicken—which is meat made using cells from an animal without having to slaughter one—in an immersive dining experience at one of the city's private members club, 1880

Held over two days in late January, the exclusive sessions, designed by award-winning digital agency Awethentic Studio, featured a four-course dinner that reflected the evolution of our appetite for chicken over time. The Good Meat Cultured Chicken, which came in a nugget form, was prepared in two ways by former chef and Eat Just product development specialist Zachary Tyndall: a western-inspired style with maple waffle and hot sauce and an eastern-inspired style in a steamed bun with spring onion and pickled cucumber.

Josh Tetrick, the co-founder and CEO of Eat Just, the US-based food tech company behind the Good Meat brand, also called in via Zoom to welcome guests and answer their burning questions before dinner.