Indulge in an impressive lineup of Lunar New Year dishes presented by award-winning Executive Chef William Lum at The Square’s lunch and dinner buffet. The items reviewed in this blogpost are part of the smorgasbord and are bound to delight you and your loved ones.
Renew family ties at Amara Singapore over delectable CNY menus offered at Silk Road and Thanying Restaurant, serving Sichuan and royal Thai cuisine respectively.
Toss your way to abundance with the Eight -Treasure Yu Sheng 大吉大利 (川式八宝鱼生) adorned with cured salmon, golden silver fish, crispy fish skin, sliced abalone, ikura roe, tobiko roe, pomelo drizzled with an addictive spicy Sichuan garlic sauce dressing. Silk Road’s salmon is cured in-house with special chilli peppers while the silver fish and crispy fish skin are prepared and seasoned from scratch. Talk about dedication!
Welcome the Year of the Rooster with these Chinese New Year offerings from Xperience Restaurant. Usher in prosperity and celebrate this joyous occasion surrounded by family and friends over a modern rendition of the classic Lo Hei. Traditionally, the Lo Hei is a prosperity salad that consists of mixed vegetables, topped with Salmon. The tossing of the salad with family and friends is to signify an increase in abundance, prosperity and vigor. Created specially by Head Chef – Chef Phyo Phae, get a taste of the deconstructed Lo Hei with Cured Salmon and lightly torched Tuna, which promises a tantalizing smoky flavour. Other ingredients on this colourful plate include the Ribbon of Daikon, Pickled Cucumber, Sun-dried Apricot and Shredded Pomelo, creating a refreshing crunch with every bite. At just $88 nett and ideal for a party size of four to six friends, be in for a delectable treat. The Lo Hei is available from 16 January to 5 February 2017.
For the Year of the Fire Rooster, homegrown restaurant brand Joyden Concepts offers Lunar New Year dishes anchoring around Pomelo, a prosperous fruit that symbolizes good fortune and abundance.
This Lunar New Year, celebrate reunions and resplendent feastings in one of Singapore’s sexiest Chinese restaurants. Well-known for its vibrant décor, plush interiors as well as its progressive Cantonese cuisine, Mitzo is all set to impress during the spring festival.
Have you hatched a plan for CNY celebrations yet? If you prefer buffets over set menus, Concorde Hotel Spices Cafe’s offerings will be up your alley!
CNY offerings has always been boisterous at Peony Jade and this year, it’s even bigger and better! Chinese food may not be the trendiest cuisine around, but at this Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant, the chefs never fail to inject ingenuity into presentation as well execution, whilst delighting diner’s taste buds.