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Here's How You Can Feast Like Royalty This CNY Reunion Dinner!

With an abundance of festive food to choose from at this time of the year, you may be struggling to pick the best dishes for your Chinese New Year reunion dinner. But don’t stress! We’ve narrowed down a list of must-eat menus and food items, from delectable savoury food to yummy sweet treats, for the special occasion. Read on for more!

Kam Roast

Have a golden new year with Singapore’s first-ever Golden Duck ($48.80 for half duck and $88 for whole duck, pre-order only). The succulent duck is roasted to perfection, with glorious golden brown skin and luxurious 22-carat French Gold Flakes. The new take-away set, Kam’s Roast Prosperity Trio (Special Takeaway Package Price: $108+ / Usual Chinese New Year Ala Carte Price: $123.60 for 4-6 pax), is perfect for those who prefer an intimate gathering at home. The whole signature roast duck, exquisite iberico char siew and super crispy pork are sure to delight you and your loved ones.

Get your majestic Golden Duck here!

Ginger @ Beach Road Park Royal

Lobster lovers rejoice — Park Royal is introducing a new Prosperity Lo Hei with succulent Boston Lobsters at the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant Ginger. Other highlights on the Chinese New Year Prosperous Celebration buffet line include delicious Baked River Prawns with Garlic Shoyu, luscious Golden Sea Bass with Sha Cha Sauce and tender Barbecued Pork Ribs. Enjoy an exclusive 20% savings on 16 and 17 February 2018, for full payment made by 1 February 2018!

Make your reservations here!

Jin Ho Mia

If hearty hot pots are symbolic of Chinese New Year in your family, Jin Ho Mia’s Chinese New Year Special sets are perfect for your fabulous reunion dinner. The Zhao Cai Jin Bao Set ($68.80) boasts luxurious dishes such as succulent Abalone and sweet Snow Crab Legs alongside succulent Roasted Pork and fresh Tiger Prawns. The wholesome Long Feng Cheng Xiang Set ($88 for 4 – 5 pax) is perfect for bigger gatherings with luscious Abalone, juicy Scallops, yummy Tiger Prawns, tender Rib Eye Beef and sensational Pork Belly slices. Tailor the hot pot to your taste with the wide selection of soup bases to choose from. The good ol’ Chicken Broth, heartwarming Tom Yum Broth, child-favourite Cheese Broth, nourishing Herbal Chicken Broth and Signature Fish Broth are hearty broths that are simmered for more than eight hours for enhanced flavour.

Make your reservations here!

Soi Thai Soi Nice

Have a fan-thai-stic Lunar New Year with the Soi Thai Tom Yum Pen Cai ($88.80), a mouthwatering union of the traditional Chinese New Year Pen Cai and the restaurant’s signature Thai Hot Pot. Delight your taste buds with a decadent ensemble of luscious Abalone, savoury Roasted Pork, delicious Chicken Drumstick and fresh Tiger Prawns, bathed and braised to perfection in a flavourful Tom Yum broth.

Make your reservations here!

Dragon Bowl

Usher in the Year of the Dog with the Dragon Bowl Fortune Package ($288+ for 5 pax or $468+ for 10 pax) The tasteful takeaway package features delectable dishes, also sold a la carte, such as an exquisite Prosperity Abalone Yu Sheng with Fish Roe ($38.80+ for 6 pax or $56.80+ for 10 pax), a nourishing Herbal Kampong Chicken with Cordyceps ($33.80+), the traditional Yuan Yang Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaf with Waxed Meat and Sakura Shrimp ($26.80+) and the decadent Dragon Bowl Prosperity Fortune Treasure Pot ($238+ for 5 pax or $398+ for 10 pax).

Find out more here!

Lotus Kitchen

This Lunar New Year, indulge in a  sumptuous vegetarian feast at Lotus Kitchen. Toss to prosperity and longevity with the Lotus Vegetarian Prosperity Yu Sheng ($28+ and $38+ for 2 – 4 pax respectively). Made with vegetarian Bak Kwa, premium vegetarian salmon and fish slices made from konnyaku, this delicious yu sheng is one you wouldn’t want to toss off the table! Or enjoy the mouthwatering Golden Bowl of Fortune Pen Cai ($148 for 8 pax). If you prefer to have your reunion dinner in the comfort of your own home, host the perfect party with the Five Fortune Blessings Takeaway ($168+ for 4 pax and $308+ for 8 pax, pre-order only).

Place your order here!

Imperial Feast

Treat your family to essential Chinese New Year dishes fit for royalty! Kick off the meal with the refreshing Imperial Feast Trio Appetizer Platter with traditional favourites like crispy prawn paste roll, savoury scallop with cheese, and tender abalone uniquely paired with a dollop of wasabi. This wonderful starter is followed by silky Chrysanthemum Tofu Soup, succulent Braised Pork Belly, Fried Cod Fish with Green Puree and Tobiko Egg White Fried Rice with Crab Meat and Scallop. The hearty Guo Yan meal ends off with a nourishing, collagen-boosting dessert; Double Boiled Peach Gum with Red Dates & Dried Longan. What’s more get a special 1-for-1 promotion from 4 January 2018 – 9 February 2018 ($88++ per pax)!

To book, call +65 6794 4528

Seoul Yummy

Celebrate this Chinese New Year with a reunion meal with a refreshing Korean twist. Toss up the Wang Wang Yu Sheng ($28.80) that features Korean favourites such as homemade Kimchi slices and seasoned Korean Cucumbers. Savour the Korean Pen Cai Stew ($88.80), a flavourful dish that boasts over 10 luxe ingredients such as Abalone, Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Tiger Prawns, Mussels, Scallops, Squid, White Clams, signature Korean Ginseng Chicken and Korean glass noodles. The He Le Rong Rong set* ($138 for 5 – 6 pax) is great for big family gatherings, serving the special Wang Wang Yu Sheng, Korean Pen Cai Stew, your choice of 2 main dishes along with a choice of 1 Meat/Seafood dish, delightful dessert and refreshing Ice Lemon Tea. For smaller groups, the Yuan Yuan Man Man set* ($118 for 3- 4 pax), which includes the special Wang Wang Yu Sheng, Korean Pen Cai Stew and the choice of 1 Main Dish, dessert and Ice Lemon Tea, is perfect.

*Available for both dine in and take-out

Find out more here!

Peach Blossoms @ Marina Mandarin

Enjoy a wide range of delectable dishes when you dine at Peach Blossoms this Chinese New Year. Feast on the signature Blossoming Abalone Treasures Pot, a juicy Wok-fried Lobster coated with Creamy Lemon, Sweet Corn and Crispy Rice, as well as Amaebi, succulent Salmon and Pear Yusheng. Host a spectacular dinner in the comfort of your own home with takeaway specials such as the new Amaebi, Salmon and Pear Yusheng and the wholesome Buddha Jumps over the Wall.

Book your reservation here!

Crystal Jade

Usher in prosperity and good fortune for the year with the Crystal Jade Garden of Wealth Yusheng ($138 for large, $88 for small). A traditional lo hei with a unique twist — nasturtium leaves shaped like elegant lily pads, nutritious freeze-dried wolfberries, ice plant and wood sorrel red leaves, edible flowers and crispy homemade caramelised deep-fried lotus root slices resembling gold coins. If salmon sashimi doesn’t suit your palate, you may even opt for baby abalone. Another must-try is the nostalgic Hong Kong ‘Wei Village’-style Treasure Pot ($498 for large, $338 for small) that features the luxurious eight-head abalone, scrumptious sea cucumber, succulent braised pork and more!

Check out more festive treats from Crystal Jade here!

Min Jiang @ Goodwood Park Hotel

From the savoury to the sweet, Goodwood Park Hotel has you covered this Lunar New Year. Delight your taste buds with savoury Abundant Feasting Specials the delectable Braised Whole Chicken with Sea Treasures in Claypot, flavourful Braised Pig’s Trotter with Sea Treasures in Claypot, aromatic Braised Pork Spare Ribs and decadent Pork Belly with Sea Treasures in Claypot. Indulge in tasty treats like the piquant Pineapple Ingot Tarts ($38/ box of 10)  and the exquisite Tree of Blossoming Treasures ($98/kg), an oversized ingot made with vanilla pound cake, chocolate and fondant icing.

Find out more here!

Antoniette

Start the new year on a sweet note with Antoinette’s latest collection of sweet treats that will bring happiness, prosperity and luck to you and your loved ones. Switch things up with The Queen’s Yu Sheng ($88) — a sweet yu sheng beautifully presented in a magnificent golden chocolate egg, topped with a delectable mandarin orange, plum and gula melaka dressing. Kids will definitely love the yummy Chocolate Love Letters ($20). If you’re a fan of the traditional Orh Nee (yam paste dessert), indulge in the creamy Orh Nee Cake ($10 for individual size, $45 for a 15cm whole cake) or the nostalgic Orh Nee Macaron ($3/pc and $19/6pcs).

Check out more sweet treats here!