21 Best Restaurants for Reunion Feasts this Chinese New Year
Compiled by Maureen, Mu Qin, Wan Ping & Kimberley
Usher in the Year of the Rooster with a luxurious selection of Lunar New Year delights and prosperity set menus at 21 different restaurants in Singapore. From uniquely crafted Yusheng creations to indulgent pots of Chinese delicacies, enjoy the most auspicious start to the New Year with your families and friends!
Amara Singapore presents an array of Chinese New Year delicacies and reunion meals for diners to ring in a prosperous Year of the Rooster. At Silk Road, there is a refined selection of premium celebratory signatures and traditional festive must-haves. To start, its Prosperity 8-treasure Yu Sheng showcases an elaborate combination of cured salmon, jellyfish, whitebait, crispy fish skin, sliced abalone and ikura roe in a special dressing and a fruity zest.
The Braised Pork Knuckle with Sea Cucumber and Chestnut arrived on our dining table with heavenly aromas. The meat is meltingly tender and the sauce fantastic . We were captivated by the glistening skin of the Traditional Beijing Roasted Duck. The crispy surface crackles open revealing the tender, succulent meat beneath. Make sure you leave some space in your stomach for their Steamed Fragrant Rice. It is cooked with salted fish, Chinese sausage and waxed meat and is one of the better versions I have had.
The CNY Lunch and Dinner Menu are available from now till 11 February (except dinner on 27 January) from $68 per person (minimum of 2 diners). The CNY Eve Reunion Dinner starts from $68 per person (minimum of 2 diners).
Address: 165 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088539
Phone: 6227 3848
Email Address: [email protected]
Crowned “The Queen of Dim Sum”, Master Chef GE Xian’E has gained fame in China for over three decades. Besides the standard Chinese New Year offerings, Avenue Joffre is introducing Chinese New Year Dim Sum to celebrate the golden Lunar New Year period.
From Deep-fried Golden Pockets with Sliced Mandarin Fish Filling, to Pan-fried Glutinous Rice Balls with Pork & Vegetable Filling, to “Snow Mountain” BBQ Pork Buns, to Steamed Deluxe Jujube & Walnut Cake, there’s something for everyone.
Our favourites are the Pan-fried Glutinous Rice Balls with Pork & Vegetable Filling, and Steamed Deluxe Jujube & Walnut Cake. Glutinous rice balls signifies a happy family sticking together through thick and thin in Chinese culture. The steamed cake is made of 3 layers, namely red dates, walnut and crystal jelly. We enjoyed the cake’s fluffiness and its subtle sweetness.
Other a la carte items that you should try at Avenue Joffre are the lychee-wood roasted BBQ dishes such as the Roasted Cantonese Duck ($22 regular / $39 half / $75 whole) and Honey-glazed Barbecued Pork ($18 small / $26 medium / $32 large). In the past, the ducks were sourced from Malaysia but the chefs realised that the meat was a tad too tough, hence they have switched to London ducks which boasts meat that are more moist and tender. It also has a thin layer of fat on its skin, with a jelly-like texture – simply palatable!
Address: #02-137/138/139, 26 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098138
Phone: 6570 3213
Opening Hours: 12pm to 4pm (lunch) and 6pm to 10pm (dinner) daily.
Cassia at CAPELLA Singapore possesses an unparalleled exclusivity and elegance. The beautiful restaurant is definitely worth a special trip, especially if you wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life for awhile. Pamper your loved ones, and yourself, with the best of Cantonese cuisine that comes with a twist.
The Baked Chilean Sea Bass with Homemade Special Chili Sauce was simply divine. Dive into that flaky and juicy fish, which is completed with a dollop of heat. The chili was especially fragrant and not overly spicy, making this dish easily the most memorable takeaway of the night.
The Wok-fried Japanese M9 Wagyu Beef with Young Ginger and Pineapple was another hero of the night, as it showcased the chef’s excellent culinary skills. Cooked to perfection, the tender and juicy beef cubes met our high expectations and there was absolutely nothing that we did not love about this dish.
4 types of set menus (Five-course or Six-course) are specially designed to satisfy everyone’s tastebuds. The menus require at least 2 to dine. The Five-course Spring Menu is priced at $79++ per pax and Six-course menus start at $139++ per pax. You may also wish to kick start your meal with Cassia’s Prosperity Lou Hei, designed to be shared between two and four persons ($68++).
Address: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297
Opening Hours: 12pm-2pm, 6pm-10pm daily.
Carlton Hotel Singapore
Feel blessed all year round when you start off on the right note at Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant. Fall in love with their Baked Tiger Prawns with Garlic; I promise you will fall so deep that it’s almost impossible for you to stand again. Of course, we couldn’t miss out on our CNY favourites that we only savour once a year right? Wah Lok’s Poon Choi is a classic done to perfection; expect a bountiful supply of the freshest treasures from the ocean. All of these dishes can be found on their A La Carte menu, while some are featured on the impressive CNY set menus. Additionally, be sure to get your hands on one of Wah Lok’s signature Bolo Bun which will “bolow” your mind.
Lunar New Year Set Menus start from $798 for 4 pax and $988 for 10 pax. Wah Lok has also put together a concise set menu that caters to smaller families of 4 and 6 pax. In addition, for those who are looking to splurge a little more this holiday, throw an elaborate lunch or dinner banquet specially put together by the culinary team.
Carlton Hotel Singapore
Address: 76 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189558
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat, 11.30am-2.30pm, 6:30pm-10.30pm. Sun, 11am-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm
Indulge in Szechuan Court’s fortune-filled reunions as Master Chef Mok Wan Lok unveils 6 thoughtfully crafted 8 and 9-course Chinese New Year set menus, alongside a line-up of sumptuous signature dishes, available from 16 January to 11 February 2017. Set menus are priced at $468++ for 4 pax, all the way to $1,388++ for 10 pax.
Bursting with colours, the Bountiful Oceanic Treasures “Yu Sheng” features an assortment of vegetables, topped with generous potions of premium seafood of your choice. Ours came with Hokkaido Snow Crab and coconut slices, which gave it a unique, refreshing twist. Prices of “Yu Sheng” range between $58++ to $98++.
Another must-have is Szechuan Court’s Prosperity Pot of Gold ($488++ medium; $788++ large). This showstopper is a treasure trove of seasonal premium ingredients such as whole South African abalone, Japanese dried oysters, Australian scallops, superior fish maw, sea cucumber, prawns, “fat choy” (black moss) and more. Each ingredient is cooked separately and layered before slow-simmering for at least 4 hours. The tantalising balance of flavours makes this the perfect dish for a bountiful celebration.
Only available for lunch, the Glutinous Rice with Baked Cod Fillet in Honey Light Soy Sauce ($12.80++ per order), is an added surprise to the usual dim sum fare. Bedecked with a delightful piece of baked cod fillet in honey light soy sauce, the fish with its healthy omega-3 fats imparts luscious umami flavours to the sticky rice. If you love fish, there is also the Steamed Red Grouper with fermented chopped chilli and minced garlic.
Address: Level 3, Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189560
Phone: 6339 7777
Fort by Maison Ikkoku
Usher in a prosperous Chinese New Year with your loved ones over an abundance of culinary delights at Fort. Moving away from the typical Chinese New Year delicacies, indulge in a 12-course CNY Omakase ($88++/person) which takes you on a journey through the mountains and the seas. The CNY Omakase is available from 4 January to 11 February 2017.
The restaurant’s interior, designed by Chef Ethan, is a mix of ancient industrial with a touch of chic using a combinations of railway sleepers, copper, edison filament and red velvet. Despite a different ambience from the usual vibrant red Chinese New Year setting, partake in the must-do auspicious tradition of tossing and exuberant well-wishing with Fort’s Fatt Choi Lou Hei, a popular festive appetiser to welcome a year of great health and fortune. The stunning salad platter boasts a medley of julienned vegetables, complete with the zest of pomelo, ikura, and a special sauce made in-house with 12 kinds of ingredients.
Chef Ethan might change a few items that make up the 12-course CNY Omakase meal according to how fresh his ingredients of the day are.
Fort by Maison Ikkoku
Address: #01-02/03, Fort Canning Arts Centre, 5 Cox Terrace, Singapore 179620
Phone: 6336 0507
Opening Hours: 4pm till late daily.
The Square @ Furama
Mark the start of the year of the Fire Rooster and embrace the significance of Chinese culture’s most paramount tradition at The Square @ Furama from 2 January to 3 February 2017. Besides its usual buffet spread, The Square @ Furama has added exciting items for Chinese New Year. Spend quality time with loved ones, dear friends, or even impress your business associates with the Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng.
Pamper yourselves with the Double-Boiled Sakura Chicken with Winter Melon, Dried Scallop and Honshimeji Mushroom, as well as, Braised Sea Cucumber with Sea Moss and Flower Mushroom. The former uses Sakura chicken as these chicken are all-natural, without any antibiotics or chemicals injected into their meat.
Don’t forget to end your Chinese New Year feast with the Chilled Refreshing Lemon Grass Jelly Delight dessert.
On the evening of Chinese New Year Eve, between 6pm and 9pm, there will be photo booths set up. Children can learn how to make Chinese New Year cookies and love letters too. The Prosperity Menu starts from $628++ for a table of 10 persons while the Auspicious Menu begins from $828++ for 10 persons.
The Square @ Furama
Address: 405 Havelock Road, Singapore 169633
Phone: 6333 8898
Goodwood Park Hotel
There is even more reason to celebrate this significant season of joy and abundance with Goodwood Park Hotel’s new selection of Lunar New Year Goodies, ‘Yu Sheng’ platters, and savoury Prosperity Specials. With pineapple being the focus of this year’s takeaway goodies, the beautifully-crafted Auspicious Golden Pineapple and The Huat! Tart are ideal as gifts.
Adding to the festivities are two new unique ‘Yu Sheng’ platters – Prosperity Amberjack ‘Lo Hei’ and Fruity ‘Lo Hei’ with Rosemary Plum Sauce, as well as new and indulgent savoury delights – Braised Pork Belly with Sea Treasures in Claypot and Braised Whole Chicken with Sea Treasures in Claypot. The Braised Pork Belly with Sea Treasures in Claypot has Australian 10-head abalones, sea cucumber, dried oysters, dried scallops, flower mushrooms, black moss, gluten puffs and Tianjin cabbage, making it a perfect celebratory dish.
The Huat! Tart ($40.65 nett), a delightfully large version of the 6.5-inch pineapple tart, is created with a homemade vanilla-infused fresh pineapple reduction. I am in love with their Spicy Salted Egg Yolk Lotus Root Chips ($36.15 nett per jar). These irresistible homemade chips are coated abundantly with salted egg yolk crumbs and are spiced with chilli padi and curry leaves. Call Min Jiang at 6730 1704 or The Deli at 6730 1786 to place reservations.
Goodwood Park Hotel
Address: 22 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228221
Phone: 6730 1786
Holiday Inn® Singapore Atrium
From 2 January 2017, embrace the year of the rooster with Xin Cuisine’s new and healthier version of Yusheng – Abalone and Salmon Yusheng with Shredded Yam, Purple Potato, and Dragon Fruit Dressing. The yusheng boasts a homemade, naturally fermented dragon fruit sauce that’s refreshing and light on the palate.
Xin Cuisine’s luxurious range of Pen Cai(s) are not to be missed as well. We had Xin’s Traditional Pen Cai, which is a slightly larger portion for 12 pax. 12 ingredients are included in this pot of treasure – abalone, roasted pork, roasted duck, mushroom, prawn, fish maw, oyster, cabbage, chinese sausage, fat choy, scallop and radish. Takeaways are also available.
Besides the usual Chinese New Year dishes, whet your appetite with the dim sum at Xin Cuisine. These symbols of treasures and abundance are specialties handcrafted by Dim Sum Chef Cheung Kin Nam. Save some space for the Wok-fried Glutinous rice, which is definitely worth every calorie!
Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
Address: 317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075
Phone: 6731 7173
Email Address: [email protected]
Usher in the Year of the Rooster with a luxurious selection of Lunar New Year delights and prosperity set menus at Man Fu Yuan from now till 11 February 2017. New on the menu, and a must-try this year, is the luxurious Black Truffle Yusheng with Deep Sea Red Crab, Silver Bait Fish and Fresh Fruits. Priced at $138 for 8 to 10 persons, this platter combines the use of ingredients that represent extravagance, with fresh fruits that not only adds to the texture of the dish, but also signifies a sense of refreshed beginnings for the year ahead.
Executive Chinese Chef Kwan Yiu Kan and his culinary team have also created a nourishing Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Korean Ginseng and Fish Maw ($298 for 5 pax). Man Fu Yuan’s Supreme Treasures Pot takes centrestage once again this year. Served in a classic claypot, the dish comprises over 18 ingredients including new highlights such as a Spring Chicken stuffed with Aged Hua Tiao Wine and Pearl Rice as well as Deep Sea Red Crab.
Well-catered for a hearty family reunion or business gathering, an assortment of 5- and 6-course sets are available from $128++ to $338++ per person, while 8-course set menus for larger group sizes of 10 persons are priced from $1,088++ to $2,088++ per table.
Marriott Singapore Tang Plaza
Anticipate delectable Chinese New Year delicacies at Marriott’s Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant from now till 11 February 2017. Gastronomic feasting is effortlessly elevated to a higher plateau, with a line-up of set menus starting from $98.80++ per person (4-8pax) to $1,888++ per 10 persons. Highlights include Abalone & Salmon Yu Sheng with Crispy Fish Skin, Wan Hao Nourishing Pen Cai with Pig Trotter & Crispy Oyster, Braised Bird’s Nest Broth with Crab Meat, Conpoy & Wolfberries, Wok-Fried Glutinous Rice, Crispy Rice, Chinese Sausage & Preserved Meat Served in Lotus Leaf, and more.
New flavours for Yu Sheng also include Chicken Bak Kwa Yu Sheng and Black Truffle Yu Sheng. Usually, there won’t be a rooster design but you can make special arrangements for the design at an additional charge.
As for the Pen Cai, no seasoning was used and the gravy was simmered for 2 days. The soup was simmered first, before the second portion of ingredients were added in. The pen cai is collagen-packed – think pork trotter, Chinese ham and chicken feet skin. Sea cucumber and fish maw were bought dry from South Africa before Chef Brian personally prepares them in the kitchen. Other ingredients include 3-head abalone, fried oysters and more.
Looking for something healthier? The Braised Bird’s Nest Broth with Crab Meat, Conpoy & Wolfberries is an ideal choice. Don’t forget to complete your meal with desserts such as Baked Nian Gao & Yam Tart and Chilled Osmanthus Jelly with Water Chestnut and Wolfberry.
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant
Address: Marriott Singapore Tang Plaza, 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865
Phone: 6831 4605
Pan Pacific Singapore
Reunite with your loved ones over a traditional Cantonese meal that will even unify your stomachs for the night. There is no lack of the typical delicacies such as Double-boiled Buddha Jumps Over the Wall with Maca and Wolfberries and Premium Wealth Treasure Pot, but what sets Pan Pacific Singapore apart?
You might not be expecting this but hey truffle lovers, this one’s for you! As truffle lovers ourselves, the Stewed Inaniwa Udon with Seafood and Truffle left the deepest impression on us among all the dishes that we tried. Indulge in the silky and velvety udon noodles that are generously bathed in a light truffle broth and topped with fresh seafood.
The meal ended off with a refreshing Auspicious Eight Treasures Tea. The root of a plant (雪燕), which can be easily mistaken for bird’s nest due to its almost identical texture, was the key ingredient in the dessert.
From 9 January to 11 February 2017 (excluding dinner on 27 January 2017), prices start at $128.80 per pax with a minimum of six diners. For families with eight members or more, set menus are available from $188.80 per pax. Reunion dinners on 27 January 2017 are conducted in 2 seatings – 6pm-8pm and 8.30pm-10.30pm.
Pan Pacific Singapore
Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore 039595
Opening Hours: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6:30pm-10:30pm daily
Pan Pacific Orchard
If going all out during Chinese New Year is your thing, Pan Pacific Orchard’s buffet spread will please your tummies. Chug down 5 different varieties of freshly-shucked oysters to start your new year on a prosperous note. Buffet stations offering premium sashimi, various cuts of meat and traditional Penang noodles will make your night extra special. Remember to leave some space in your stomachs for their fragrant and intense Durian Crepes – indeed the king of fruits!
This luxurious buffet is priced at $48 and $88 for lunch and dinner (for adults) respectively on CNY Eve. You might also be interested in their new High Tea Buffet, named Weekend Teatime Classics. Befitting of the zealous rooster, there is no shortage of “explosive” dishes such as the Swiss Melted Cheese Raclette, Singapore Laksa and Homemade Charcoal Scones.
Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore
Address: 10 Claymore Rd, Singapore 229540
Opening Hours: 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10:30pm daily
Park Hotel Clarke Quay
Herald in a prosperous Chinese New Year and bask in the season of joyful reunions as Park Hotel Clarke Quay crafts an ensemble of auspicious Lunar New Year dishes to tantalise your taste buds. With prices starting from $338++, auspicious lunch and dinner set menus are tailored for intimate gatherings and company-wide celebrations.
For the very first year, diners would also get to enjoy a unique dining experience at the hotel’s brand new private dining room on Level 1.
Start your epicurean journey with the Tower of Fortune Crab Meat “Lo Hei”. Artfully arranged with eight layers stacked like a tower, you get an abundance of crunchy vegetables such as carrot, crispy kai-lan leaves, white radish and green radish. The specialty lies at the bottom layer, which consists of three types of potatoes crisps, giving the dish a crunchy textural contrast. Within the crisps are slices of sweet snow pear, and surrounding it are crab meat and prawn rolls topped with salmon roe. The outermost layer consists of quail eggs on citrusy pomelo bits which resemble little nests.
Other dishes include Teochew-Style Steamed Red Garoupa in Lotus Leaf, and Braised Seafood Rice in Superior Broth – a hearty savoury pot filled with mussels, scallops, prawns, squid and fish. Last year’s bestselling Jumbo Salted Egg Yolk Prawns has also been brought back.
All set menus are inclusive of unlimited servings of red date tea, soft drinks, and a Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng Platter which diners can have it replaced with the Tower of Fortune Crab Meat “Lo Hei” at an additional $30 nett.
Park Hotel Clarke Quay
Address: Level 2, 1 Unity Street, Singapore 237983
Phone: 6593 8888
Royal Plaza on Scotts
Well-known for its buffet spread, Carousel has introduced new dishes in line with Chinese New Year, available on 27, 28 and 29 January 2017. Buffet pricing ranges from $48++ to $98++ per adult, and from $32++ to $52++ per child.
Ingeniously plated, the Rice of the Phoenix Yu Sheng is influenced by Singapore’s heritage. The inspiration for this dish comes from a well-known local dish – chicken rice. Made up of salient ingredients present in the Singapore Chicken Rice, premium jasmine rice is infused with the fragrance of sliced shallots and minced garlic cloves, dehydrated and fried to golden brown, resulting in crispy chicken rice puffs. The star of the dish, the chicken, comes in forms of bak kwa, boneless chicken feet with oriental seasoning, baked chicken floss and deep-fried chicken skin crisps. The chef has specially selected deep-fried cuttlefish, braised sea cucumber jelly, roasted pine nuts and golden egg yolk to complete the beautiful yusheng.
Joining the other Chinese dishes at the Asian section of the buffet spread are Abalone Peppercorn, Golden Crispy Chicken and Ikan Panggang. The Double-boiled dried scallop broth comes with peppercorn and abalone slices.
Despite the gratifying buffet spread, don’t forget to go for the desserts. Opt for the Lychee Soy Beancurd Pot which cleanses your palate or the Kaya Semifreddo with Rose Petal Spaghetti and Coffee Hazelnut Cocoa Crumb.
Address: Lobby Level, 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220
Phone: 6589 7799
Opening Hours: 27, 28 and 29 January 12pm to 2pm (lunch), 3.30pm to 5.30pm (high tea) and 6.30pm to 9.30pm (dinner).
Swissotel Merchant Court, Singapore
Spark off your CNY with a feast at Ellenborough Market Cafe consisting of fresh seafood like Teochew Steamed Crabs all the way to Homemade Kueh Pie Tie. On top of their wide international buffet spread, an extensive number of CNY dishes are waiting for you. Before we tuck in, let’s take a moment to appreciate how adorable the Lou Hei looks?!
We are elated to share that their Poon Choy surpassed our expectations; expect a generous serving of juicy baby abalones sitting atop a pool of fine ingredients. Feast on some Soft Shell Crab with Thai Basil Sauce if you’re a seafood lover! The sweetness and crispiness of crab meat made the fritter delicious enough to have on its own. Congrats on finishing up plates and plates of food, but hold up, you can’t leave Ellenborough without filling your tummies with the all-time-favourite Durian Pengat!
Buffet lunches are priced at $62 for adults and $31 for children, and dinners go for $78 for adults and $39 for children. You may also want to catch up with your pals this CNY season over high tea (weekends and public holidays) at $48 per adult. If set menus are your family’s go-to, Ellenborough’s comprehensive rendition begins from $808 for 10 pax.
Swissotel Merchant Court, Singapore
Address: 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882
Opening Hours: 12pm-2:30pm, 6:30pm-10pm daily
For something out of the norm, Tamashii Robataya’s CNY Japanese TRUFFLE Infused Yusheng is bound to impress! This is a luxurious plate of yusheng filled with jellyfish, surf clams, vinaigrette salmon soft skull and golden crab crackers, tossed generously in truffle plum sauce. We usually don’t finish our yusheng but this one we cleared the whole plate!
The small portion costs $68 (for 3-5 pax) while the big portion costs $98 (6-10pax). The last day of collection for the Yusheng takeaway is 27 Jan 2017.
With an omakase starting from $168, you get the freshest seafood and ingredients specially flown in from Japan and cooked by a team of experienced chefs. A few memorable dishes in our omakase includes the seasonal shrimp yam that is first pan fried before coating it with a Japanese crabmeat broth. You can really the freshness from the yam.
Abalone seems to be a must-have when it comes to Chinese New Year. The Abalone with Green Pepper is grilled together with the abalone liver sauce, hence giving it a rich flavour when you bite on the chewy texture. Don’t be turn off by the green pepper because the spicy level is closed to zero.
I like to end the meal with a bowl of grilled beef don with truffle and onsen egg. This is one of the best beef don in Singapore. Pair it with comforting Sea Brim Soup cooked simply with miso and helps to get rid of some greasiness. Tamashii’s omakase package is available all year round and you can tell the chefs your dietary preference so as to enjoy a good meal with your loved ones.
Address: 12 North Canal Road, #02-01, Singapore 048825
Phone: 6222 0316
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat: 12pm - 230pm, 630pm - 1030pm, closed on Sundays
The Fullerton Hotel
Bask in the festive atmosphere at Jade while enjoying the innovative medley of A La Carte items which effectively displays Chef Leong Chee Yeng’s skills and passion. One of the items include Chef Leong’s Cantonese take on Surf and Turf – Stewed Chicken and Crab Meat Duo Chinese Wine in Claypot. The fragrance from the cooking wines hits you the moment the dish is served, but the richness of the broth is on a whole new level.
If you enjoy soup dishes like Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, Jade’s seafood pot is a must-order! Premium ingredients such as Six-Head Abalone, Fish Maw and Dried Scallops braised in a light, flavourful broth will prep you up for all the visitings.
The epitome of seafood indulgence can be found right here at Jade with their Simmered Boston Lobster in Premium Soya Sauce with Golden Crab Ball and Foie Gras. The crunchy flesh exudes a lovely natural sweetness that puts all other proteins to shame.
Chef Leong’s unique creations mentioned above are available in their A La Carte menu all year round. Reunion Set Menus are available from $68 per pax.
The Fullerton Hotel
Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
Opening Hours: 11.30am-3pm, 6:30pm-11pm daily
The St. Regis Singapore
Usher in the bountiful spring of 2017 at Yan Ting, with Executive Chinese Chef Tony Wun’s new creations like Braised King Prawn with Shrimp Oil, Deep-fried Sea Perch Fillet with Fermented Beancurd and Wok-baked Lobster with Superior Stock and Butter.
You can also celebrate in the comfort of your home with CNY takeaway favourites such as
the signature Prosperity ‘Yu Sheng’ with Norwegian Salmon, Crispy Suckling Pig stuffed with Glutinous Rice and Lunar New Tear Pun Choy. The Pun Choy is an assortment of treasures – dace fish, premium abalones, dried oysters, sea cucumbers, pork belly, roasted duck and soy sauce chicken.
The Lunar New Year à la carte menu, special set menus and gourmet takeaways are available from 9th January to 11th February 2017. Yan Ting’s set menus start from $118++ per person(6 course) to $1288++ per table(8-course).
The St. Regis Singapore
Address: 29 Tanglin Rd, Singapore 247911
Phone: 6506 6887
The Westin Singapore
Look forward to an elaborate spread of buffet items at Seasonal Tastes this Chinese New Year. Traditional classics such as the Bountiful Harvest Yu Sheng ($128-$208++), consisting of fresh lobster, abalone, salmon and salmon roe, are available. To meet the needs of the more health-conscious, there is also the SuperFood Yu Sheng ($68-$118++), featuring salmon, salmon roe, honey roasted walnuts, dried fruits, blueberries, sour plum dressing and extra virgin oil.
Besides relishing the perennial Yu Sheng, elevate your reunion meal with mouthwatering centrepieces like the Blossoming Prosperity Treasure Pot “Pen Cai” ($398++) which includes whole abalone, sea cucumber, flower mushroom, fish maw, dried oysters, handmade fish balls, Hokkaido scallops, live prawns, dong po pork belly, braised radish, black moss, and a thousand-layer bean curd in a 48-hour braised abalone sauce. You can also tuck into glutinous rice, braised hong jong ee-fu noodles and steamed sakura chicken in lotus leaf, and more.
Chinese New Year dine-in at Seasonal Tastes begins on 27 January 2017. The dinner buffet is priced at $108++ per adult and $54++ per child. From 28 January to 11 February 2017, lunch buffet is priced at $55++ per adult and $27.50++ per child while dinner buffet is priced at $75++ per adult and $37.50++ per child. You can also take away these Chinese New Year favourites and savour them in the comfort of your home. Reservations for takeaway can be made at [email protected]
Staying true to its traditional Cantonese roots, the 8 menus created by Master Chef Chan Kung Lai features exquisite creations that present familiar ingredients in modern plates, as well as timeless classics done just the way they should be enjoyed. The menus, ranging from $118++ per person to $268++ per person, is available from 9 January to 11 February 2017.
Toss to prosperity with Yàn’s Signature Yellowtail Fish & Crispy Lobster Filler Yu Sheng with Golden Flake in Shun De Style. The dish is plated like a breathtaking piece of art, so befitting of a restaurant located at the National Gallery of Singapore. A base of crispy fried vermicelli is elevated to resemble a majestic tower, symbolising heightened success. It is then topped with slices of ginger, spring onion, crunchy capsicums, finely grounded peanut and finished with fresh slices of yellowtail. The Yu Sheng is finally drizzled with Yàn’s homemade soya sauce and peanut oil. We love the cubes of crispy lobster fillet.
If you’re going for Yàn’s Signature Roasted Suckling Pig, do note that it arrives in three courses. The first course comes in the form of crispy skin, placed atop a soft, flat “bun”, which goes very well with the accompanying sauce. You can literally hear the crackle with every bite. The second and third courses are plated together, featuring the pig’s carved shoulder and oven-baked fillet with lemongrass.
For a sweet end, have the Chilled Mango Cream topped with Vanilla Ice Cream & Oats served in Coconut, with a special treat of pan-fried sweet rice cake just for the festive season.
Address: #05-02, National Gallery, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
Phone: 6384 5585
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 2.30pm (lunch) and 6pm to 10.30pm (dinner).
Miss Tam Chiak & team would like to wish everyone a happy Lunar New Year!