8 January 2012, Singapore – Master Chef Sebastian Goh and his culinary team will prepare a scrumptious collection of prosperity enhancing and traditional lunar new year gastronomic delights to usher in an auspicious year of the dragon at Fairmont Singapore’s Szechuan Court.
Golden Dragon Yu Sheng
The Golden Dragon Yu Sheng comprises exquisite ingredients such as swordfish, abalone, lobster and salmon. Drizzled with a special blend of soy sauce reduction and truffle oil, and delicately sprinkled with gold dust for a metallic gold sheen to signify wealth and happiness, the aroma and flavour of the truffle oil enhances the freshness of the seafood, giving this dish a modern and scrumptious twist.
S$148++ serves 4 to 6 people / S$288 ++ serves 7 to 12 people. Available till 6 February 2012.
Heavenly Pot of Gold
Known commonly as Pen Cai, the Heavenly Pot of Gold brims with auspicious and prosperity enhancing delicacies. Indulge in the 6-head abalones, fish belly, sea cucumber, dried scallops, whelk clams, dried oysters, king oysters, home-made meat balls, bamboo pit, black fungus, lotus roots, dried bean curd skin, radish, wheat gluten, pumpkin, cabbage and Chinese wild yam.
S$408 serves 4 to 6 people / S$688 serves 10 people and S$68 per additional person
Stewed Herbal Pig’s Trotters
This dish symbolises positive windfall – a must-have for connoisseurs of auspicious delicacies. Stewed for two hours together with premium and fragrant herbs such as Dang Gui, Dang Shen, Yu Zhu, Chuan Xiong and red dates before they are deep fried, the meat full absorbs all the flavours making this a heavenly gourmet treat.
S$68++ serves 6 people
Home Made Yam Nian Gao With Grated Coconut
This authentic sticky rice cake is believed to enhance good luck, harmony and raise oneself higher in each coming year. The yam is sandwiched between the nian gao and deep fried traditionally. Chef Mandy Yeo crafted her own sweet and sticky, purple-white marble coloured nian gao made from glutinous rice flour and yam. The signature treat with aromatic grated coconut creates a chewy, gooey and toothsome after-dinner delight.
S$2++ per piece
Dim Sum at Szechuan Kitchen
Chef Mandy has hand-crafted some dim sum items for the Lunar New Year. The Dragon Har Gao is packed with succulent lobster meat and shrimp. Be sure to try the succulent Smoke Abalone Siew Mai and the Golden Pearl, a divine combination of deep-fried salted egg yolk paste stuffed with pan-seared foie gras.
Other dishes too look out for include the Pan-seared Turbot with Shallot, Ginger and Oyster Sauce and the Szechuan Spicy Wok-fried noodles with Braised Lobster.
Lunar New Year Set Menus
Set menus are priced at S$288++ and S$388++ per 4 persons and S$72++, S$78++, S$88++, S$98++ or S$128++ per person.
Szechuan Court is located at level 3, Fairmont Singapore.
Lunch: Monday to Friday 12pm – 230pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday 12pom to 3pm
Dinner: Daily 630pm to 1030pm
Call +65 64316156 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations