Herald the year of the rabbit with a great feast throughout the 15 days of the festivities. With no more restrictions to dining in, there are many fabulous options to consider. And for those who still prefer to dine in the comfort of home, there are some pretty good takeaway or delivery options as well.
5 on 25 Andaz
Head Chef Lim Hong Lih of 5 on 25 at Andaz Singapore is known for his mastery in reworking classic Cantonese dishes. The Chinese New Year menu is available until 5 February 2023 with set menus available for both lunch and dinner from S$98++ per guest.
The Yu Sheng here differs from others I have had. It comes with birds nest instead of fish slices or abalone. Some of Chef Lim’s new dishes include the Braised Hokkaido Scallops with Ee-Fu Noodles and Truffle Sauce (S$38++), Deep-fried Lobster, Apple with Hone Sauce (S$58++), Dang Gui Crispy Roasted Duck (S$45++ for half and S$90++ for whole) and Chilled Sweetened Water Chestnut, Red Dates, Lotus Seed and Peach Gum (S$18++)
Bookings are open for CNY as well as the restaurant’s private dining suites, Ruby and Emerald. Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant or on the 5 ON 25 website. Takeaway options are also available. Place orders two days in advance.
15 Stamford by Alvin Leung
15 Stamford by Alvin Leung is offering set menus for lunch and dinner from 9 January 2023 to 5 February 2023 – a four-course set lunch menu (S$78++ per person) and a five course set dinner menu (S$168++ per person) with an option of wine pairings at an additional S$88++ per person.
The lunch menu features the Haddock “Yu Sheng”, chargrilled Abalone with spiced pineapple, Spanish ham, chilli petit pois and corn shoot, as well as the Kurobuta Pork Shoulder paired with romanesco, pork fat potato, lardo crisp and topped with a pineapple glaze. There is the “Nian Gao” mochi with desiccated coconut, palm sugar and Thai yam ice cream for dessert.
The dinner menu features Razor Clam & Balaone with a tamarind gel, shallot, olive caviar, black fungus and a chilli-lime emulsion. Other dishes include the Canadian Lobster & Quail, the Flounder served with fried baby leek, lemon grass and coconut foie gras. Finish the night with a traditional and refreshing Osmanthus Soup packed with the goodness of water chestnut, peach gum and white fungus.
The Atelier at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
Curated set menus at offered at The Capitol Kempinski Singapore’s Atelier from 9 January 2023 to 5 February 2023. The S$138++ per person lunch reunion features a hearty Drunken Chicken with Sea Jelly and Smoked Duck Breast, Braised Sea Treasure and Shredded Abalone in Essence Broth, Steamed Red Garoupa with Garlic Sauce and Braised Ee Fu Noodles with Crab Meat and a Sweet Walnut Cream Soup to end.
The six-course dinner is priced at S$168++ per person. Start with a Crispy Soft-Shell Crab with Green Wasabi & Mango followed by a Double Boiled Chicken Soup, Matsutake Mushroom, Dried Scallop and Sea Cucumber. Contemporary Asian creations include the 10-head Abalone & Dried Oysters with Stir-fried Vegetables and a whole Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Crispy Fermented Bean & Conpoy Crumbs for added abundance. End the meal with the fragrant Glutinous Rice with Japanese Dried Scallop & Chinese Preserved Meat and a delightful Hot Walnut Dew Soup with Rice Dumplings.
An eight-course CNY dinner (S$238++) starts off with The Capitol Kempinski Abalone Yu Sheng Platter and continues on with an indulgent an indulgent Pan-fried Foie Gras and Chilean Sea Bass with Orange and Mango. Guests will be treated like royalty with the Bird Nest and Dried Scallop Soup and Steamed Red Garoupa Fillet with Black Garlic Sauce. Herald in good luck with the Braised Sea Cucumber with Black Moss and Chinese Mushroom and Fried Zhenjiang Pork Prime Rib. Wrap up the new year celebrations with Baked Rice with Chinese Preserved Meat and Mud Crab Meat, followed by the crowd favourite Mango Pomelo with Vanilla Gelato.
Cassia at Capella Singapore
Cassia’s Executive Chinese Chef Alan Chan presents an elegant repertoire of Cantonese dishes On 21 January 2023, Cassia unveils its Prosperity Reunion Set priced at S$188++ per person, featuring delicacies such as Chef Alan’s signature Double-Boiled Thick Chick Broth with Bird’s Nest, Bamboo Pith and Flower Mushroom, as well as the Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, made using the freshest ingredients including Braised Fish Maw, Japanese Dry Scallops, Black Moss, Dried Oysters and coated with a special brown sauce. At S$228++ per person, the Fortune Reunion Set highlights a luxurious menu featuring Braised Bird’s Nest with Caviar, and the Baked Kurobuta Spare Rib, coated in a delicious black pepper sauce.
From 22 January 2023 to 5 February 2023, diners can also anticipate some of Chef Alan’s masterful ala carte creations. Highlights include Double Boiled Fish Maw Soup with Cordyceps and Conpoy, which is tenderly boiled over 8 hours; the deliciously crispy Signature Suckling Pig Skin Roll Stuffed with Glutinous Rice, the Braised South Africa Abalone, Japan-Kanto Wild Sea Cucumber in Brown Sauce; as well as the Stewed Golden Bird’s Nest with Scallop and served in a Superior Pumpkin Broth, which bodes well with one of the restaurant’s many enchanting tea selections.
Set menus are also available until 5 February 2023. The Double Happiness Set (S$188++ per person), which features delicacies such as the Braised Imperial Bird’s Nest with Shredded Abalone in Supreme Broth and the Baked Spare Ribs in a Special Sweet and Sour Sauce; as well as the Deluxe Fortune Set (S$228++ per person) which presents Double-Boiled Thick Chicken Broth, Fish Maw, Bamboo Pith and Wild Mushroom, and the Wok-Fried Japanese Miyagi A5 Wagyu Beef with Black Pepper Sauce. Prosperity Lou Hei, Tossed Salad with Salmon and Kumquat Sauce will also be available at a special price of $S48++ (2 to 4 people) with each of these sets.
Available at S$388++ for 6 – 8 persons, Cassia’s Premium Lou Hei comes served with abalone, lobster, bird’s nest, salmon, and the chef’s special homemade apple sauce. For more intimate gatherings, Cassia also offers the Prosperity Lou Hei at $88++ for 2 – 4 persons, which comes with salmon and homemade apple sauce.
Reservations for Cassia’s Lunar New Year feasts may be made via +65 6591 5045.
Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental Singapore offers a classic Prosperity Yu Sheng with Artic clam, salmon and crispy fish skin or a Triumph Yu Sheng that is topped with caviar, black truffle, sweet shrimp and salmon. The Chicken Soup is packed with American ginseng, fish maw, conpoy, Chinese mushroom and sliced abalone. Other highlights include the Braised 4-head abalone in oyster sauce with premium sea cucumber, Chinese mushroom and dried oyster in beancurd pouch, Sautéed Lobster with braised ee-fu noodles and garlic in superior broth.
With a minimum of 8 guests per table, the Hennessy V.S.O.P. CNY Edition menu is perfect for a family reunion. Highlights include the Spirited Yu Sheng with Atlantic Salmon, Canadian Lobster and Oscietra Caviar, Whole Roasted Crispy Suckling Pig and more.
Available till 5 February 2023. Click here for more info.
Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
Azur at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport offers a limited-time prosperity buffet on 21 and 22 January 2023. Enjoy a Crowne Prosperity Yu Sheng, seafood-on-ice, Angus Ribeye Roast and Salt-baked Whole Barramundi, Carnaroli Risotto, Dang Gui Duck, Crispy Pork Belly and Seafood ‘Pao Fan’ as well as the Chinese New Year specials. The Reunion Dinner Buffet on 21 January 2023 is priced at S$98++ per adult with two seatings at 6 pm to 8 pm and 8.30 pm to 10.30 pm. On Chinese New Year, the Reunion Lunch Buffet is priced at S$98++ per adult from 12 pm to 2.30 pm.
Takeaways are also available. Highlights include the Bunny Piñata ‘Fu’ Pouch which comes with a set of lucky numbers; organic chicken with baby abalone, pig stomach and cordyceps flower in collagen broth; stir-fried Australian barramundi with lavender glaze; Longjing smoked sakura chicken; Chinese cured meat claypot rice ‘Lap Mei Fan’; Deluxe ‘Pen Cai’ with Golden pumpkin broth; auspicious baby abalone lo hei; blossoming spring sharing bundle; bountiful harvest sharing bundle.
The Bunny Piñata ‘Fu’ Pouch is priced at S$108 nett. The handcrafted treat features endearing vanilla bunny macarons and a red chocolate dome shaped like an oriental drawstring pouch. Crack it with a wooden mallet and be delighted by bite-sized treasures such as Valrhona berry chocolate bites, pandan lapis, festive cookies, chocolate coins and a fortune cookie that surprises with a set of lucky numbers.
The Organic Chicken with Baby Abalone, Pig Stomach and Cordyceps Flower in Collagen Broth was the highlight for me. This one pot wonder comprises a whole organic chicken, baby abalones, pig stomach, gingko nut and cordyceps flower. S$188 nett for up to 8 people.
For enquiries and reservations, please call +65 6823-5354, whatsapp +65 9336-3125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Crystal Jade Group
Group Executive Chef Martin Foo of Crystal Jade Group and his team have put together a Chinese New Year line-up of limited-time festive dishes and set menus. The Auspicious Reunion Feast Festive Takeaway Bundle returns in a beautiful, customised gift box updated with brand-new dishes. The bundle is priced at S$488 for five to seven people.
The five-course feast is also a popular gifting bestseller and a convenient choice for a fuss-frill but delicious reunion dinner or gathering. Besides a Reunion Yusheng with Abalone with a full can of 10-head abalone to herald prosperous tidings, the set also includes Treasure Pot, a newly-introduced Fortune Fried Glutinous Rice with Conpoy wrapped in Opeh Leaf 乌巴叶瑶柱炒糯米饭, (available a la carte at $25.80), Dang Gui Crispy Salted Chicken and a Prosperity Carrot Cake.
We love the new Golden Harvest Sea Cucumber Yusheng (S$208 for large and S$138 for small) done ‘Shunde’-Style. You don’t see any other yu shengs out there with braised Sea Cucumber replacing raw fish. Crunchy frisée lettuce and ice plant give the yu sheng a more refreshing bite. Its other contents such as kaffir lime leaves, onions, carrots, jellyfish head, pomelo, dried persimmon, and red capsicum and roasted peanuts and cashews. Available for dine-in at Crystal Jade Palace, Crystal Jade Golden Palace and Crystal Jade Pavilion as well as takeaway until 5 February 2023.
Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Singapore
Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Singapore offers a selection of eight curated set menus from S$128 per person. Executive Chef Ricky Leung presents dishes such as his signature Chicken Wing stuffed with Bird’s Nest, Fresh Crab Meat, Dried Scallops and Truffle as well as Double-boiled Fish Maw with Bamboo Pith and Dried Scallops in Fish Bone Broth. A la carte specialties are also available during the festivities. Show-stopping dishes include the nourishing Double-boiled Sakura Chicken with Whole Abalone, Fish Maw and Dried Scallops served in Young Coconut (S$88 per person), Barbecued Crispy Whole Suckling Pig (S$440 whole, S$220 half) and more.
We got to taste the Meteoric Success menu which was priced at $S298 per person. The menu featured Yu Sheng with Lobster, Whole Abalone, Smoked Salmon and Silver Fish; Double-boiled Fish Maw and Bamboo Pith and Dried Scallops in Fish Bone Broth; Braised Fresh Abalone with Dried Oyster, Bean Gluten and Seasonal Vegetables; Combination of sliced Crispy Barbecued Suckling Pig and Bird’s Nest, Fresh Crab Meat, Dried Scallops and Truffle Stuffed in Chicken Wing; Stew Indonesian Lobster with Inaniwa Udon in Superior Stock; Double-boiled Almond Cream with Imperial Swiftlet’s Nest, Maltose and Sesame Dumpling in Young Coconut and Prosperity Chinese New Year Cake coated with Finely-ground Nuts and Shredded Yam. Check out our Tiktok video above.
You can also enjoy Lunar New Year Dim Sum Weekend Buffet at S$99++ per adult. Sample the likes of Deep-fried Prawn Dumpling with Fish Roe in Wasabi Mayonnaise Sauce and Steamed Charcoal Barbecue Pork Bun with Black Truffle; a choice of two mains and one rice or noodles dish per table. For the festivities, diners will also receive a complimentary Abundance Yu Sheng with Smoked Salmon and Crispy Silver Fish. Premium delicacies such as Buddha Jumps Over the Wall and Baked Half Lobster with Cheese in Superior Stock are available in single servings per diner, with a minimum of two diners per table.
Jiang Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Toss to good health and success at Jiang Nan Chun in Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. The Prosperity Yu Sheng is bursting with fresh ocean flavours of lobster, abalone, and salmon complemented by hand-shredded root vegetables and healthy crunch of pumpkin seeds, melon seeds and sunflower seeds. There are eight specially curated set menus with delicacies including Prosperity Lobster Yu Sheng, Double-Boiled Chicken Soup, Braised Spiny Lobster and more from S$188++ per person. A six-course Vegetarian Celebration is also available at S$148++ per person.
Man Fu Yuan at InterContinental Singapore
Executive Chinese Chef Aaron Tan of Man Fu Yuan at InterContinental Singapore and his team have put together a selection of dishes with seven different set menus. From minimum two to dine set menus starting from S$168++ per person, to set menus for five guests from S$798++ as well as sets for 10 guests from S$1688++, there is something for everyone. A vegetarian set is also available with a minimum of two to dine at S$148++ per guest.
Pre order the Roasted Suckling pig with five-grain glutinous rice three days in advance at S$488++.
For takeaways, There are the Roasted London Duck with Pineapple and Abalone (S$198nett for whole duck), Donjiang Style Salted Baked Chicken (S$68nett for whole chicken) or the Man Fu Yuan Abundance Treasure Pot (S$468 nett). The Auspicious Yu Sheng with Crispy shredded Hokkaido scallop, salmon crispy fish skin, honey pink guava dressing and shallot oil is available at S$158 nett for six to 10 people or S$98 nett for three to five people.
Min Jiang at Goodwood Park Hotel and Dempsey offer a selection of Chinese New Year festive dishes exclusive to each outlet. The Goodwood Park Hotel outlet offers a Five Blessings Lo Hei at S$298++ per large portion for delivery or S$321.85 nett per large portion of takeaway and delivery. At Dempsey, there is an Auspicious Abundance ‘Lo Hei’ at S$238++ per large portion and S$257.05 nett per large portion. The latter features a duo of bunnies and ‘carrots’. Master Chef Goh Chee Kong impresses guests with a vibrant choice of ingredients and eye-catching presentation. Salmon slices and raw salmon belly are arranged to resemble carrots while the adorable bunnies are made from omanthus jelly with goji berries as the ears.
Enjoy a Flourishing Prosperity Tier at S$118 nett for 16 pieces, with 2 pieces per flavour. Available for takeaway or delivery, the tier set features eight pairs of dainty entrements crafted into auspicious icons of different colours, shapes and designs by Goodwood Park Hotel’s pastry chefs.
Take away the Min Jiang Five Fortune Appetiser Platter for S$192.25 nett for six people. This medley of tantalising appetisers comprises Chilled Mini Abalone with Sweet Chilli Dressing; Deep-fried Prawn with Mentaiko Mayonnaise; Marinated Jellyfish Flower; Barbecued Ibérico ‘Char Siew’ and delicious Boxing Chicken slathered in a sticky marmite sauce.
Another takeaway or delivery dish to consider is the Braised Boneless Pork Knuckle, Homemade Pork & Prawn Balls and Sea Treasures in Pot (S$429.85 nett for 6 persons, includes pot). Pork knuckle is braised for three hours until fall-off-the-bone tender before it is deboned. To balance out the ‘meatiness’ of the dish, the pot brims with an array of delicacies like whole abalones, sea cucumber, roasted pork belly, dried scallops, black moss ‘fa cai’, Chinese mushrooms, ‘Tientsin’ cabbage and handmade meatballs made from prawn paste, minced pork and water chestnut. The dish is then simmered with chicken broth that is rendered into a hearty sauce.
Mio Fine Foods
Mio Fine Foods at 82 Neil Road launches the Edible Garden Yusheng at S$58++ to herald the year of the rabbit with a combination of crunchy and tasty ingredients such as sunflower and sesame seeds, ginger, roasted almonds, pumpkin seeds, wakame, lotus chips, tempura crisps and its very own house-made plum sauce. A very different and refreshing yu sheng compared to those we have tasted elsewhere.
Serving four to six persons, the yu sheng comes with Abalone Mushrooms and Assorted Sashimi. Available for dine-in and takeaway.
There is also an eight-course set menu for four people priced at S$238. It comes with the Edible Garden Yusheng with Assorted Sashimi and dishes including the Smokey Corn, Potato Nesuto Tempura, Wagyu Sando and Asari Clam Somen.
For reservations, visit this link or call 6291 2330.
Neo Garden Catering
Throwing a house or office party this Chinese New Year? Neo Garden offers a plethora of options for catering. They sell out over 10,000 plates of Yu Sheng every year. And they definitely have many choices to pick from. Such as the Neo’s Prosperity Yu Sheng, Nonyua Yu Sheng, Lucky Rabbit Yu Sheng, Sure Huat Yu Sheng, Rainbow Fruit Yu Sheng and Millionaire Yu Sheng. We highly recommend the Rainbow Fruit Yu Sheng.
There are Majestic Dragon Yu Shengs as well that start from S$388 for the 8 metre yu sheng and up. The most expensive is the 888 metres long Platinum Gold Dragon Yu sheng and is priced at S$298,888 before GST (and that’s 50% off). The dragon yu sheng stretch across multiple tables and is shaped like a dragon.
Visit https://www.neogarden.com.sg to view the different menus.
Peach Blossoms at PARKROYAL COLLECTION at Marina Bay
Peach Blossoms Executive Chinese Chef Edward Chong and his culinary team have specially curated an abundance of new signatures to surprise and excite guests this Lunar New Year. Not to be missed are the Peach Blossoms Harvest Yu Sheng, the Blossoming Abalone Treasure Pot, which is a treasure trove of 10-head Whole Abalone, Sea Cucumber, Scallop, Braised Pig’s Trotter, Roast Duck, Dried Oyster, Live Prawn, Flower Mushroom, Lotus Root, Dace Fish Ball and Radish, the Alaskan King Crab and Zucchini Flower in Kombu Dried Scallop Broth, Braised Dried Abalone, served with stuffed Crispy Sea Cucumber, the Moonlight Rabbit “Lava” Custard Carrot, and more! Watch our TikTok video below.
Peach Blossoms presents six specially curated Lunar New Year set menus, including the seven-course Auspicious set at S$148++ per person, eight-course Blissful set at S$168++ per person, seven-course Fortune set (Vegetarian) at S$168++ per person, eight-course Contentment set at S$188++ per person, seven-course Year of the Rabbit Imperial set at S$268++ per person, and six-course Delightful set at S$388++ per person (two days advanced order required).
Toss to an abundance of good fortune and prosperity, with Peach Blossoms’ selection of Yu Sheng. Here’s a crowd-favourite, the Harvest Yu Sheng (S$138++/S$188++), Chef Edward’s refreshing and unique take on “Flower Blossoms to Fortune and Prosperity”, where guests are invited to “smash” a nitrogen-infused rose into a mountain of kanpachi, abalone, crispy whitebait, and organic mixed fruits. Four other options of Yu Sheng are available, which includes the Fortune Abalone Yu Sheng (S$128++/S$158++), the Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng with Crispy Whitebait and Nashi Pear (S$108++/S$138++), the Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng with Nashi Pear (S$98++/S$128++), and the Vegetarian Abalone Yu Sheng (S$78++/S$108++).
Call Peach Blossoms on +65 6845 1118, or email email@example.com for reservations.
Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Centre
Enjoy joyful reunions at Racines in Sofitel Singapore City Centre. Enjoy dishes such as the Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng, Double Boiled Chicken Soup with Fish Maw and Dried Scallops, Steamed Rice with Waxed Meat and Chinese Sausage as well as Red Bean Paste with Sesame Dumplings and Dried Orange Peel. The Prosperity Set Lunch is available till 5 February 2023 excluding 21 to 23 January 2023 from 12 pm to 3 pm at S$68++ per person. The Abundance Set Dinner is available till 5 February 2023 excluding 21 to 23 January 2023 from 6 pm to 10 pm at S$88++ per person.
On weekdays, enjoy heart-warming reunions with family, friends and business partners over an oriental semi-buffet dinner spread featuring festive favourites such as Yu Sheng, Braised Fish Maw and Abalone in Superior Sauce, Angelica Roast Duck, Nian Gao with Coconut, and Osmanthus Jelly. The Auspicious Weekday Semi-Buffet Dinner is available at S$98++ per adult and S$49++ per child.
Shang Palace at Shangri-La Singapore
Executive Chinese Chef Daniel Cheung has curated a selection of dishes at Shang Palace for to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Four eight-course set menus are available from S$188++ to S$338++ per person. Highlights include the Fortune Yu Sheng with Norwegian Smoked Salmon and Poached Lobster, Braised African Candy Heart Dried Abalone, Pan-fried Foie Gras and Roasted Suckling Pig, Sautéed Boston Lobster with Superior Stock, Sautéed Scallops and Pacific Clams, Braised Bird’s Nest Soup and Steamed Star Garoupa.
Shang Palace is also offering a festive à la carte menu of thoughtfully crafted signature recommendations including Fortune Yu Sheng, Roasted Peking Duck, Sautéed Lobster, Braised Abalone, Braised Pork Knuckle and more. For lunch, a Dim Sum Delights menu is available until 5 February 2023 and features Rabbit-shaped Custard Bun, Steamed Clam and Shrimp Dumpling with Caviar, Steamed Jade Scallop Siew Mai with Crab Roe, Deep-fried Prawn, Cuttlefish and Dace Paste in Lychee Shape, Steamed Diced Cod and Shrimp Dumpling, Baked Abalone Pie and more.
A limited-edition Auspicious Rabbit Yu Sheng is arranged into an endearing image of a cute rabbit and is available for dine-in orders until 5 February 2023. The Auspicious Rabbit Yu Sheng is served with South African Abalone, Hokkaido Scallop, Local Lobster and Scottish Smoked Salmon, and is priced at S$388++ for 6 persons, with a minimum of 2 days’ advance order.
For dining reservations or enquiries, please call +65 6213 4398 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Si Chuan Dou Hua
Si Chuan Dou Hua at TOP of UOB Plaza brings back the Home Delivery Menu with items such as pencai and yusheng till 5 February 2023 exclusively for UOB cardmembers from S$588+ for six people and S$888+ for 10.
At TOP of UOB Plaza, Executive Chef Hoo Chee Keong kicks things off with a fresh and contemporary Fugu Yusheng available through the set menu and a la carte at S$198++. Placed upon a bed of fresh greens instead of shredded vegetables and drizzled with the yuzu sauce, the dish makes for a refreshing start to the set menu. The fugu sashimi is exclusive to all three outlets this Chinese New Year, being the only Chinese restaurant in Singapore to serve it.
Guests ordering the set menu can also enjoy the Braised Rice with Mullet Roe, Lobster, Waxed Meat and Pumpkin. The sweet pumpkin balances out the burst of flavour from the mullet roe, making it both enjoyable and extravagant.
Also enjoy a Chinese New Year High Tea at TOP of UOB Plaza and PARKROYAL on Beach Road starting from S$48++. We tried the Chinese New Year High Tea at TOP of UOB Plaza and got to enjoy specially curated cocktail from Chuan by Nutmeg & Clove for S$58++. Check out our TikTok video below.
Summer Pavilion at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
Take your celebrations up a notch at one Michelin-star restaurant Summer Pavilion. Toss to good fortune in the year of the rabbit with the indulgent Australian Lobster and Black Caviar yu sheng. Enjoy exclusive Lunar New Year culinary highlights such as the braised two-head Australian greenlip abalone with pan-fried oyster; and braised superior bird’s nest with Alaskan crab meat.
Six to eight-course set lunch and dinner menus are priced from S$138 per person, and are available from until 5 February 2023. Diners celebrating the first 15 days of the Lunar New Year at Summer Pavilion will receive a set of limited edition Ritz-Carlton red packets and a pair of Mandarin oranges, per reservation. Vegetarian yu sheng and pen cai are available for takeaway.
For reservations, visit summerpavilion.com.sg or email email@example.com.
Tow Kay Neo
Visit Tow Kay Neo for ready-to-eat options this Chinese New Year. This year’s Chinese New Year specials include the Fish Maw Soup, Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, Braised Abalone in Scallop Sauce, Pen Cai for two or for five to six people, Lotus Leaf Rice with Sakura Shrimp and Superior King Scallop XO Sauce. Enjoy free delivery above S$100.
White Rose Café at York Hotel Singapore
Celebrate your Reunion Dinner at White Rose Café on 21 January 2023 from 6.30 pm to 10 pm. The Reunion Buffet Dinner will feature dishes such as Steamed Red Snapper Fillet with Superior Soya Sauce and Fried Garlic; Stir-fried Pork Belly with Leek and Chilli Bean Sauce and Roasted Sirloin of Beef with Mixed Chinese Spices and Black Mushroom Sauce. Enjoy desserts such as Red Bean Soup with Glutinous Rice Balls, White Fungus, and Peach Resin and Dried Longan.
You can also takeaway dishes such as the ‘Good Fortune’ Combo at S$268 nett that feeds five to six people. The combo comes with a large Prosperity Lo Hei with Mini Abalone and Crispy Fish Skin, Eight Treasures Chicken, ‘Fa Cai Luo Han Zai’ and Fragrant Fried Rice with Preserved Meat wrapped in Lotus Leaf.
Other takeaway highlights include the Golden Treasure Seafood Pot that serves five to six people at S$168 nett. The pot contains an assortment of seafood such as fish maw, sea cucumber, scallops, goji berry, and shark’s cartilage collagen broth in a casserole pot. There are also the prosperity Lo Hei with Mini Abalone and Crispy Fish Skin at S$55 nett for regular and S$68 for large); Eight Treasures Chicken (S$88 nett); Braised Pork Knuckle with Sea cucumber, Black Moss and Broccoli (S$98 nett) amongst others.
For take away dishes, there is a one working day advanced order.
Hop into the year of the rabbit with the star of Xin Cuisine’s Chinese New Year Takeaways – Japanese Unagi Yu Sheng with Roselle Sauce. Mouth-watering and nutritious grilled Japanese Unagi slices that is sweet-savoury is paired with Chef’s concoction of Roselle sauce to balance the toss with sweetness and a hint of fresh flower. Available in small and large portion, for dining in and takeaway.
4 Other Yu Sheng selections are available; from the best-selling Xin’s Signature Salmon Yu Sheng to Vegetarian Abalone Yu Sheng to Sliced 2-head or Baby Abalone Yu Sheng. Additional salmon, abalone and crackers are also available for order.
7 different Reunion Dinner and Lunar New Year set menus are available from S$198++ for two. Larger celebrations for 10 people is available via the Prosperous Celebrations Menu at S$1588++. The menu features Xin’s Baby Abalone & Salmon Yu Sheng, Baked Lobster in Superior Stock, Double-boiled Cordyceps Flower with Flower Mushrooms in Bone Broth, Steamed Sea Perch with Minced Garlic and Sliced Foie Gras with Roasted Chicken and Mango Sauce etc.
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Yàn brings back its signature Shun De Style Yu Sheng. Toss to new heights with the Kaleidoscope of Prosperity Yu Sheng in ‘Shun De’ Style with Yellow tail Slices from S$92++ when you dine in. The Yàn Harvests Pen Cai (from S$325+) is a pot of goodness layered to the brim with 18 exquisite ingredients that are individually prepared, combined in a claypot and simmered in a flavourful braised duck sauce. Relish a variety of delicacies such as the 6-head whole abalone, sea cucumber, live prawns, whole conpoy, collagen-rich pork tendons, king grouper fillet, scallops, roast pork, soya chicken, and roast duck. Other highlights include the Steamed Soon Hock with Preserved Vegetables; Double-boiled Six-head Whole Abalone with Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber and Shredded Conpoy; Braised Free Range Chicken with Fish Maw in Superior Stock: and Stewed Ee-Fu Noodles with Live Prawns and Cheese.
If you prefer to dine at home, the Reunion at Home Family Set Menu is priced at S$98+ per person with a minimum of four people. The set comes with Salmon Yusheng, Braised Whole Six-head Abalone and Stewed Ee-fu Noodles with Live Prawns. For desserts, enjoy the Chilled Mango Cream with Pomelo and Sago accompanied with Deep-Fried Red Bean Pancake.
Call +65 6384 5585, Whatsapp +65 8198 3398 or email reserve@Yan.com.sg for reservations.