[ CNY 2014 ] Prosperity Feast at Feng Shui Inn, Resorts World Sentosa
Usher in the Year of the Horse with unique and delicious ‘Lo Hei’, celebratory reunion menus and scrumptious takeaway goodies at Feng Shui Inn in Resorts World Sentosa. From 20th January to 14th February 2013,
A must-have at every Chinese New Year celebratory feast, the Yu Sheng has been given a makeover by Chef Li Kwok Kwong. Meticulously plated to resemble the shape of a horse, Salmon & Mackerel “Lo Hei” with Italy Balsamic Vinegar (三文鱼马鲛鱼陈醋捞生, $128 per order, available for dine-in only) symbolises ‘galloping’ towards a bright future (马到功成) and features a medley of refreshingly sharp flavours and colours with fresh salmon cubes, crispy-skinned mackerel and silver fish as well as strips of bak gwa. Instead of using the usual plum sauce, chef has replaced it with Italian balsamic vinegar or mint dressing, which is a bountiful combination of unique taste and textures.
For a fruity vegetarian version, try the Mixed fruits and Water Chestnuts ‘Lo Hei’ which is filled with mango slices, honeydew, dragon fruits, rose apples and a generous portion of water chestnuts drizzled with homemade strawberry sauce. ($38 for 3-6 pax or $68 for 7-10 pax).
Apart from these scrumptious ‘lo hei’ options available at Feng Shui Inn, there are also celebratory dishes brimming with premium and auspicious ingredients such as the Sautéed Grouper Fillet with Fish Roe (鱼子炒东星斑球, $58 per portion) topped with fish roe and asparagus shoots.
The dish is available as ala carte dishes or part of a luxurious 8-course spread starting from $1118++ for a table of 6 persons to $1688++ for a table of 10 persons.
For something a little more extravagant and to impress guests, enjoy Feng Shui Inn’s Braised New Year 8 Treasures Pen Cai. Tuck in to exquisite ingredients such as abalone, sea cucumber, scallop, fish maw, mushrooms and fatt choy.
Feng Shui Inn
Address: Resort World Sentosa, Crockfords Tower Level G2
Tel: +65 65776688