Chinese New Year 2023 hits differently because it’s the first time in a long time that we’re able to meet together in large groups. Speaking as foodies ourselves, there’s no better way to usher in the Year of the Rabbit than by celebrating over a bountiful feast with your loved ones.
Need some help picking a place to host your reunion dinner, or looking to order in for a cosy and intimate reunion at home this Chinese New Year? Keep scrolling to read more on the top 26 places for the best reunion dinners & deliveries in Singapore.
From the SethLui.com team 兔 (tu) you and your loved ones, here’s wishing you a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year. Huat ah!
1. Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant
Famous for its authentic Chinese cuisine, award-winning Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant has established itself as a household name over the past decade. Most of us know it for its delectable handcrafted dim sum, but the brand also owns and runs several Chinese dining concepts and an outdoor catering arm.
Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant has truly outdone themselves this year with their unique and extravagant Lunar New Year dishes. You don’t need to arrange a lion dance for your gatherings— all you need is Peach Garden’s Flambé Collagen Yuzu Ingot Lion Dance Yu Sheng with Baby Abalone, Salmon and Golden Cup 招财元宝醒狮火焰美容养颜捞生.
This stunning yu sheng, which resembles an adorable 醒獅 aka lion dance, comes with yuzu collagen shaped like ingots that melt into the yu sheng when heated up. This one is certified to garner lots of “ooohs”!
What better way to celebrate the new year than to try new flavours? Peach Garden’s Premium Seafood Pen Cai with Laksa Broth 叻沙海鲜盆菜 comes with premium ingredients like Lobster, Red Grouper, Sea Cucumbers and Japanese Scallops, all of which are swimming in a luscious laksa broth. Yes, Laksa Pen Cai— the true epitome of indulgence.
Chef-curated set menus that include Traditional Roasted Golden Suckling Pig, artisanal goodies for gifting such as the classic Osmanthus Pudding with Fruits, and all-encompassing catering sets and packages are also available. For more information, visit their website or e-shop here.
2. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering must be one of my favourite places to celebrate the festivities. Not only is this unique hotel-in-a-garden incredibly gorgeous and eco-friendly, its buffet restaurant, Lime Restaurant, also offers a wide spread of delicious food prepared by an excellent team of chefs.
Be prepared to leap into the Year of the Rabbit with Lime Restaurant’s Feast of Fortune. This abundant buffet spread is filled with time-honoured and auspicious Asian dishes, such as the Hong Kong-Style “Bi Feng Tang” Wok-Fried Crab and Salt Baked Chicken. There’s also the ever-popular Seafood Bar, which boasts fresh prawns, black mussels and golden clams.
Probably my favourite part of the festive buffet is the chefs’ signature dishes that are prepared a la minute, including the Deep Fried Taro Pork Wrap, Truffle Siew Mai and Breaded Crab Claw.
From 21 to 24 Jan 2023, the extensive buffet will be expanded to include star-studded delights such as Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, Snow Crab Tower and even Roast Suckling Pig! Not to mention, a complimentary Prosperity Yu Sheng Platter will be given to parties of 4 persons or more from 21 to 24 Jan and 5 Feb, or for parties of 8 persons or more from 25 Jan to 4 Feb.
Lime Restaurant’s online shop, Lime on the Go, takes the hassle out of home gatherings with its wide selection of festive goodies that are available for pre-order from 5 Dec 2022, with collection from 1 Jan to 5 Feb 2023.
From the Reunion Pen Cai to Smoked Salmon Fortune Yu Sheng, and other perennial classics such as Braised Eight Treasure Pork Knuckle and Fragrant Glutinous Rice, these takeaway goodies will be the perfect addition to any festive gathering.
For more information, visit its e-store here, or make dining reservations by calling 3138 2251.
3. Neo Garden
For those who are celebrating Chinese New Year at home, let Neo Garden take care of your feast. Founded in 1992, Neo Garden broke through to become Singapore’s top events caterer by 2011, so you can be assured that they’ve perfected the act of catering home-cooked food down to a tee.
Mix and match to your heart’s delight and create your very own unique Chinese New Year potluck menu, as Neo Garden offers over 50 dishes such yusheng, pen cai, poultry, seafood and more. Not to mention its reunion dinner sets and buffet menus!
I mean, they have over 15 types of yusheng for you to pick from, such as their signature Lucky Rabbit Yusheng, which spans 16 inches! You can also go for other classic yusheng like Neo’s Prosperity Yusheng and Nonya Yusheng. Neo Garden sells over 10,000 plates of yusheng yearly, making them truly the king of lohei.
Pencai is one of my favourite Chinese New Year dishes because it’s stuffed to the brim with goodies— the epitome of overflowing prosperity and abundance.
Neo Garden’s Deluxe Auspicious Treasure Pot (S$298 per set) is just that, as it’s filled with 13 ingredients such as 10-head abalone, braised sea cucumber, fish maw, poached prawns and roasted duck. You can also look forward to other classic Chinese New Year items such as Truffle Roasted Duck, Prosperity Fortune Platter and even a whole whopping slab of Chongqing Spicy Numbing Seabass!
If you’re looking for an all-encompassing option, Neo Garden will be offering 3 different types of Reunion Set Menus (from S$398.88), perfect for home celebrations for 8-10 pax. Alternatively, celebrate Lunar New Year in true feasting style with 5 different Prosperity Buffet Menus (from S$26.88 per pax), where you and your loved ones can indulge in yummy classics and tantalising Nyonya flavours.
4. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
No matter if your dining party comprises 2 or 10 persons this Chinese New Year, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium’s award-winning Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant has got you covered with its 7 different Lunar New Year set menus, which showcase a wide array of authentic Cantonese dishes.
The 5-course Auspicious Times menu (S$198++ for 2 persons) makes for the perfect cosy dinner, and includes timeless classics like Xin’s Salmon Yu Sheng, Braised Abalone and Sea Cucumber & Bai Ling Mushroom in Supreme Stock.
Inviting the entire family? Try the Prosperous Celebrations menu (S$1,588++ for 10 persons), a whopping feast that includes Baked Lobster in Superior Stock, Sliced Foie Gras with Roasted Chicken and Mango Sauce, and Seamed Sea Perch with Minced Garlic.
Note that Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant’s set menus are available for order and/or dine-in from 21 Dec 2022, while reservations for Chinese New Year reunion dinner are now open here.
If you’re celebrating Chinese New Year from the comforts of your own home, be sure to check out Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant’s takeaway options.
Combining Japanese and Cantonese influences is its Japanese Unagi Yu Sheng with Roselle Sauce, which is available in both Small (S$98) and Large (S$138) portions for dine-in and takeaway. Perennial favourites such as Xin’s Roast Suckling Pig and Xin’s Traditional Pen Cai will also make a return this year.
Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant’s Chinese New Year takeaway items are available for order from 1 Dec 2022 to 2 Feb 2023 through its e-shop. Order before 31 Dec 2022 to enjoy an early bird discount of 20% (promo code: CNY20)!
Note that Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant will be open daily from 9 Jan to 5 Feb 2023 for Chinese New Year.
317 Outram Road, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore 169075
+65 3138 2531
Wed to Fri: 11.30am – 3pm & 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Sat & Sun: 11.30am – 1pm & 1.15pm – 3pm & 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Closed on Mon & Tue
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5. Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ
Korean BBQ has always been about the communal experience. Being able to bond with friends and family over grilled meats and a charcoal stove has always been a delight, and as an avid KBBQ fan myself, I can think of no better way to reunite with my loved ones this Chinese New year than at Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ.
This famed and well-loved Korean BBQ restaurant is the first to offer galmaegisal in Singapore. Also known as “skirt meat”, this prized cut is said to have the perfect combination of tenderness and juiciness, with minimal amount of fat. In fact, it was so rare that it was originally reserved for monarchy in Korea!
This Lunar New Year, Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ will be offering Seorae! CNY Huat Platter (from S$68). This platter comes with 800g of meat, comprising a variety of cuts such as galmaegisal and chicken in both original and garlic flavours, pabulgogi (marinated sliced meat with spring onions), moksal (pork collar) and samgyeobsal (pork belly).
Korean BBQ isn’t complete without soju, so feel free to pair your grilled feast with Soju and buy 2 bottles and get 1 free! Seorae will also be selling Lo Hei, which is good for 4-6 pax and comes with 4 to 5 pieces of baby abalone.
To avoid disappointment this Lunar New Year, be sure to make reservations at any of Seorae’s 5 outlets here.
6. The Orchard Hotel Singapore
This auspicious season, hop to Michelin-selected Hua Ting Restaurant for its exquisite Lunar New Year Set Menus!
Located within The Orchard Hotel Singapore, these set menus are a lavish affair, starting with the legendary Buddha Jumps Over The Wall with Bird’s Nest and Scallop with Prawn Paste and Suckling Pig in Fermented Bean Paste, and are followed by chef-curated dishes such as Braised 22-head Dried Abalone with Japanese Sea Cucumber and Baked Tiger Prawn with Sea Urchin Sauce.
Note that Hua Ting Restaurant’s Chinese New Year set menus are priced from S$108 to S$188 per person (min. 2 pax) and S$1,138 to S$4,888 (for 10 persons), and will be available from 1 Jan to 5 Feb 2023 for both lunch and dinner. Vegetarian set menus are also available.
If you’re looking for a show-stopper to bring to your reunion dinner this year, award-winning Hua Ting Restaurant’s Master Chef Lap Fai has created some unique offerings that’ll blow your family’s minds.
The Hua Ting Fortune Pot ‘Pen Cai’ (S$338 for small, S$618 for large) takes the cake, as it’s brimming with premium delicacies like Roast Duck, Abalone, Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Tiger Prawns, Dried Oysters and more. Not to mention, it comes in a gorgeous red container to represent good fortune and joy.
All-time favourite signature roasts are back again this year, such as the Barbecued Whole Suckling Pig (S$388), Signature Roasted Duck (S$88) and Crispy Roasted Pork (S$98) for your ultimate prosperity feast this Year of the Rabbit.
Don’t forget your favourite Chinese New Year snacks too! Hua Ting will be offering several fan favourites, such as its Crispy Purple Sweet Potato Chips (S$18) and Honey Macadamia Nuts (S$35). All takeaway orders placed by 9 Jan 2023, ranging from its yu sheng to goodies, will enjoy a 15% early bird discount. Click here for more information.
7. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore
Award-winning Executive Chinese Chef Edward Chong and his culinary team at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore’s Peach Blossoms have curated an exquisite array of new signatures to usher in the Year of the Rabbit.
Taking centre stage is Peach Blossoms’ new Harvest Yu Sheng (from S$138++), where guests are invited to smash a nitrogen-infused rose into a mountain of kanpachi, abalone, crispy whitebait and organic mixed fruits. There are 4 other yu sheng options, such as the Fortune Abalone Yu Sheng (from S$128++) and Vegetarian Abalone Yu Sheng (from S$78++). For more information on Peach Blossoms’ yu sheng this Lunar New Year, click here.
Not to be missed is Peach Blossoms’ Blossoming Abalone Treasure Pot (S$588+), which is stuffed with premium ingredients including 10-head whole abalone, sea cucumber, scallops, braised pig’s trotter, roast duck, dried oyster, live prawns and more. A vegetarian option is also available in the form of Vegetarian Deluxe Treasure Pot (S$368+), which features vegetarian abalone, bamboo pith, plant-based meat and more. Click here to view Peach Blossoms’ CNY à la carte offerings.
Following the theme of blossoming and prosperity is Peach Blossoms’ 6 carefully curated dine-in set menus. This includes the 7-course Auspicious Set (S$148++ per person), the 7-Course Fortune Set (Vegetarian) (S$168++ per person), and the impressive 6-course Delightful Set (S$388++ per person) which includes Alaskan King Crab and Zucchini Flower in Kombu Dried Scallop Broth! To view Peach Blossoms’ full list of set menus, click here.
8. Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre
Located in the heart of Singapore’s shopping haven, Orchard Road, is Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre. This resplendent hotel is just a 5-minute walk away from Somerset MRT, and its strategic location makes it an ideal place to host relatives and loved ones for a sumptuous feast this Lunar New Year.
Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre’s halal-certified international restaurant, Window on the Park, is celebrating the auspicious season with a bountiful buffet line from 3 Jan to 9 Feb 2023. This reunion buffet includes all your favourite Chinese New Year dishes, ranging from Stir-fried Nian Gai with Hong Kong Kailan and Garlic and Taiwanese Longevity Mee Sia with Oyster. Buffet prices start from S$58++ per adult and S$35++ per child.
Its culinary team will also be curating a unique spread of takeaway items, ranging from the classic Fortune Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng (S$58+) to the Treasure Pot Reunion Pen Cai (S$368+). To place your orders, visit its e-store here.
Jazz up your Lunar New Year celebrations with something different this year, and head to Window on the Park for its CNY-themed Abundance Bunny Afternoon High Tea. There’ll be plenty of savouries such as Prawn Remoulade in Open Eclair and Breaded Crab Claw with Singapore Chilli Sauce!
Note that the high tea set costs S$88++ for 2 adults and S$35 for 1 child. For high tea reservations, click here.
9. InterContinental Singapore
InterContinental Singapore’s Lunar New Year offerings from Michelin-recommended Man Fu Yuan are back this year from 3 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, and let me tell you, they’re bigger than ever.
The biggest highlight (pun intended) is the whopping 60-inch ‘Prosperity Rabbit’ Yusheng (S$588++). Shaped into the Chinese character, 兔, this massive yusheng features plenty of luxurious ingredients such as mini abalone, lobster, sea urchin, ikura, dried shredded Hokkaido scallops, salmon and crispy fish skin. Good luck trying to find these goodies in this larger-than-life yusheng, though!
Man Fu Yuan will also offer 7 different prix-fixe menus that cater to all party sizes. One to try is the Blissfulness Prix-Fixe Menu (S$798++ for 5 guests), which is a 5-course menu including Man Fu Yuan’s signature Abundance Treasure Pot, a brimming pen cai with over 18 premium ingredients.
Alternatively, another option is Man Fu Yuan’s Reunion Prix-Fixe Menu (S$358++ per guest, min. 2 pax to dine). This extravagant feast features pan-seared A5 wagyu beef, premium seafood bisque with braised crab meat, braised South Africa 3-head abalone and more.
Perennial à la carte favourites such as the Roasted Suckling Pig with Five Grain Glutinous Rice (S$488++) and Signature Smoked Duck with Long Jing Tea Leaves and Truffle Sauce Roast Platter (S$108++ for whole duck) are also available.
Note that Chinese New Year menus will be available for lunch and dinner from 3 Jan to 20 Jan 2023 and 22 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, while Chinese New Year Eve itself (21 Jan) will only be open for dinner. For more information, click here. Takeaway goodies are also available via its e-store.
10. Sofitel Sentosa Singapore Resort & Spa
Nestled away from the bustle of the city is Sofitel Sentosa Singapore Resort & Spa. This Bali-esque idyllic hotel, hidden at the southernmost tip of Sentosa island, is where you’d head to when you’re looking to retreat, recharge and rewind. It’s also the only place in Sentosa to offer a free-flow charcoal steamboat buffet!
From 14 to 29 Jan 2023, head to Kwee Zeen (a playful pun on ‘cuisine’) this Lunar New Year for a lavish Infinite Reunions Steamboat spread, with over 60 selections of the freshest produce and Kwee Zeen’s signature buffet delights. Broth choices range from the spice-inducing Mala to the flavourful Chinese herbal, and limitless meat and seafood cuts await. It also has a D.I.Y. Yu Sheng Station, so be sure to get excited for that!
LeBar, the hotel’s lavish outdoor bar, will also be hosting a Lunar New Year High Tea should you prefer to reunite with loved ones over tipples and a delectable selection of savouries and sweets instead.
Sofitel Sentosa will also be offering its all-time classic Yu Sheng as part of its Infinite Reunions Takeaways so that you can enjoy a cosy reunion dinner at home with family and friends.
Toss to the new year with two yu sheng choices: Salmon Yu Sheng (from S$58) or Abalone Yu Sheng (from S$88). You can also choose to top up S$118 for a bottle of Champagne. For more information on Sofitel Sentosa’s takeaway options, visit its e-store here.
11. Dao by Dorsett AMTD Singapore
Situated in the heart of Singapore’s CBD is Dao by Dorsett AMTD Singapore, a brand new aparthotel (serviced apartments cum hotel) designed for business and leisure travellers.
The word “dao” is inspired by the Chinese word 道, which means road or path. It is with this harmonic symbolism that Dao by Dorsett AMTD Singapore crafted its Lunar New Year offerings, making its all-day dining restaurant, Collective, the perfect place if you’re looking to host business partners or reunite with loved ones over an auspicious meal.
Adding a modern twist to the traditional yusheng is Collective’s Joyous Yusheng, which comes with puffed wild rice, kale, smoked salmon and baby abalones. The kale adds a strong earthy flavour to the whole dish, while the puffed wild rice is uniquely crunchy.
Collective’s Joyous Yusheng comes in two sizes: S$58++ (for 4-6 persons) and S$88++ (for 6-8 persons), and will be open for orders from 2 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, available for dine-in and collection from 16 Jan to 5 Feb 2023. Do note that DorsettYourRewards members will be able to enjoy a 15% discount!
From 16 Jan to 3 Feb 2023, Collective will be presenting an affordable yet comprehensive 3-course Harmony Festive Set Meal (S$48++ per person), which starts off with a New Style Yusheng served with Baby Abalones tossed in Roasted Sesame Dressing, followed by a bonus entrée, the Prosperity Golden Cereal Prawn.
For their main courses, diners can choose between the Norwegian Salmon or Chicken Stuffed with Bak Kwa Farce. Be sure to save room for the refreshing dessert— the Longan Almond Jelly with Fresh Strawberries.
If you’re looking to pair your auspicious meal with a tipple or two, be sure to try Collective’s newly concocted Passion Prosperity (S$16++) or Lunar Beauty (S$16++).
For more information on Dao by Dorsett AMTD Singapore’s Lunar New Year offerings, click here.
12. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is a gorgeous 5-star luxury heritage hotel located in the heart of the CBD. Brimming with history, this elegant hotel is housed in Singapore’s iconic Capitol Building and Stamford House, making it an ideal destination for reunion dinners this Lunar New Year.
Led by Michelin-starred Chef Alvin Leung (who’s known as the Demon Chef with his iconic blue hairstyle and tattoos), 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, the hotel’s signature modern Asian restaurant, will be presenting a lavish range of auspicious Lunch (S$78++ per person) and Dinner (S$168++ per person) set menus from 9 Jan to 5 Feb 2023.
Diners can look forward to modern twists on classic CNY dishes, such as Haddock “Yu Sheng, Chargrilled Abalone with Spiced Pineapple, Canadian Lobster and Quail, and “Nian Gao” Mochi. For intimate family or corporate celebrations, note that 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung also has a Private Dining Room that can seat up to 20 persons.
Be sure to also check out The Atelier, which is The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s chic event space. Wooden pitched ceilings and an 18-metre hand-painted Chinoiserie designer wallpaper by de Gournay paint the backdrop for a sophisticated dining experience for up to 120 guests in banquet style.
From 9 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, guests can book their 6-Course Lunch (S$138++ per person) or 6-Course Dinner (S$168++ per person) with a range of reunion set menus to enjoy. For those looking for a truly luxe reunion meal, go for The Atelier’s 8-Course CNY Dinner (S$238++ per person) which features exquisite items such as Pan-fried Foie Gras and Chilean Sea Bass and Bird’s Nest and Dried Scallop Soup.
For more information or to make reservations at any of The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s F&B establishments this Chinese New Year, click here.
13. Kai Garden
Helmed by Hong Kong born Executive Chef Fung Chi Keung, Kai Garden is one of Singapore’s leading Cantonese fine dining restaurants. Located in Marina Square, the restaurant offers an elegant and classy dining experience.
This coming Chinese New Year, treat yourself and your loved ones to a spread of Chinese-Cantonese set meals, starting from S$138++ per pax.
The Harmony set comes with seven dishes, including Prosperity Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng with Olive Oil, Double-boiled Abalone Soup with Mirror Fish and Chicken and Wok-fried Glutinous Rice with Waxed Meat and Mushroom in Black Truffle. The Harmony set costs S$138++ per pax and requires a minimum of just two persons, perfect for a more intimate dinner.
Looking to dine with the entire family? Kai Garden’s Celebration set is an indulgent feast offering 9 dishes. At S$5,888++ for a table of 10 persons, the Celebration set consists of dishes like Prosperity Live Australian Lobster with Olive Oil, Barbecued Whole Suckling Pig and Steamed Black Empurau with Scallion and Garlic Sauce.
14. First Culinary Restaurant
First Culinary Restaurant will be offering 7 different set menus this Chinese New Year. From 6 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, enjoy a delectable festive meal starting from just S$68++ per pax.
For smaller groups, their 3 CNY Set Menus come with 6 dishes each and range from S$68++ to S$138++ per pax. Look forward to dishes like Abalone Prosperity Lo Hei, Deep-fried Bean Curd with Meat Floss and Steamed Cod Fish with Black Garlic.
Bigger groups can opt for one of their Reunion Set Menus, which serves 10 pax. The most expensive option, Reunion Set Menu C ($1,888++ for 10 pax), consists of dishes like Lobster and Abalone Prosperity Lo Hei, Braised Supreme Shark’s Fin with Conpoy and Roasted Suckling Pig.
15. Lai Wah Restaurant
Established in 1963, Lai Wah Restaurant is credited as the restaurant that invented the modern-day method of serving yu sheng. This history-rich restaurant’s Chinese New Year menus will be available from 7 Jan to 5 Feb 2023.
Their Set Menu for 5 Persons (S$348++) comes with 8 dishes, like the Yu Sheng CNY Delicacy, Sharks’ Fins with Crab Meat, Crispy Roasted Chicken (half) and Steamed (Teo Chew Style) Red Garoupa Fish.
Meanwhile, the Set Menu for 10 Persons (S$648++) consists of the same dishes as the Set Menu for 5 Persons, except it also includes Kyoto Pork Chops with Delicious Sauce.
Diners can also opt to add on a Yam Pot with Prawns and Cashew Nuts for S$32++, or Rice with Chinese Cured Meat wrapped in Lotus Leaf for S$25++.
16. Orchid Live Seafood
Northies, here’s a spot for your Chinese New Year feastings: Orchid Live Seafood is a restaurant conveniently located in HomeTeamNS Khatib near Khatib MRT Station. Their Chinese New Year Reunion Feast menu will be available on 20 Jan at 7pm and 21 Jan at 5.30pm and 8pm.
The Indulge menu for 4pax costs S$428++ and comes with 6 dishes — the most exciting ones are the Prosperous Abalone Yu Sheng, Furong Steamed Southern Australian Lobster and H.K. Steamed Live Soon Hock with Superior Soya Sauce.
For a bigger group, go all out with the Indulge menu for 8 to 10 pax at S$1,088++. Look forward to Prosperous Geoduck Yu Sheng, Braised Whole Shark’s Fin Soup with Crab Meat, Huadiao Prawn with Gouji Berries and more.
17. Mouth Restaurant
Mouth Restaurant has been in operation since 1988, and is located in the Airview Building in Maxwell. Their Chinese New Year set packages will be available from 28 Dec to 5 Feb 2023, with set menus suitable for groups of 2 to 10 pax.
Mouth Restaurant’s 10 Pax CNY Set C (S$588+ for 10 pax) is an exquisite set menu consisting of 8 dishes, like Prosperity Duo Fish Yu-Sheng with White Bait Fish & Fish Skin, Braised Shark’s Fin Soup with Fish Maw and Deep Fried Soon Hock Fish with Blended Light Soya.
The 10 Pax CNY Set F is the most expensive set menu available, costing S$1,638+ for 8 pax and S$1,988+ for 10 pax. The sumptuous menu comes with “10” Head Abalone with Jellyfish Prosperous Yu-Sheng, Fortune Whole Suckling Pig and more.
18. Spring Court
Spring Court is a 4-storey heritage shophouse located conveniently next to Chinatown MRT. Opened in 1929, the restaurant has been in operation for over 90 years.
Spring Court’s Chinese New Year set menus are catered towards groups of 10, with 4 different menus to choose from.
All 4 set menus come with a Lucky Salmon Yusheng, but offer different dishes. The A Set Menu (S$788++ for 10 pax) is the cheapest option, where you can look forward to dishes such as Braised Noodle with Shredded Chicken and Mushroom in Abalone Gravy and Roasted Whole Crispy Chicken.
On the other hand, the most expensive D Set Menu (S$1,338++ for 10 pax) offers Roasted Whole Boneless Suckling Pig, Stewed Live Lobster with Superior Stock and Steamed Whole Live Garoupa Fish.
19. Gim Tim
Looking for the best Hokkien and Cantonese cuisine? Check out Gim Tim, which has been in operation since 1975. This Chinese New Year, Gim TIm will be offering a whopping 17 different set menus, with some being available during different time periods: Company (1 Jan to 19 Jan 2023), Reunion (20 Jan to 21 Jan 2023) and New Year (23 Jan to 5 Feb 2023).
Early feasters can select from the 6 menus under Company. The extravagant CNY Set F (S$1,388++ for 10 pax) is a sumptuous set containing Prosperity Lo Hei with Smoked Salmon and Abalone, Charcoal Barbecued Suckling Pig, Stewed Vermicelli with Crab Meat and Egg Yolk and more. Alternatively, the Reunion E Set Menu (S$1,388++ for 10 pax) will be available on 20 Jan and 21 Jan 2023, with Steamed Coral Trout in HK Style and Stewed Ee-Fu Noodles with Conpoy.
Other dishes available include the Crispy Roasted Duck with Mala Sauce, Steamed Danish Turbot with Fungus and Enoki Mushroom and Poached Prawn in Chinese Wine with Gojiberries.
20. Qian Xi Group
To ring in the New Year, Qian Xi Group’s 8 restaurants will be offering Chinese New Year reunion dinner sets. Located all around the country, Qian Xi Group’s set menus are very accessible.
Set A (S$608++ for 6 pax) and Set B (S$828++ for 10 pax) both offer a Combo Lucky Yu Sheng, Braised Shark’s Fin Soup with Crab Meat, Crispy Roasted Chicken, Braised Whole Abalone and more.
Meanwhile, Set C (S$958++ for 10 pax) and Set D (S$1,398++ for 10 pax) both come with Trio Lucky Yu Sheng. Set D comes with a Crispy Roasted Suckling Pig and Steamed Red Garoupa HK Style, adding to its extravagance.
21. Xi Yan Maxwell
On Chinese New Year Eve, Xi Yan’s Maxwell outlet will be offering Chinese New Year set menus for you to feast with your family. There are 2 seatings: The first is from 5pm to 7.30pm, while the second is from 8pm to 10.30pm.
The Lunar New Year Good Luck 7 Course Menu costs S$98++ per pax, and has a 2 pax minimum requirement. Dig into the Xi Yan 3 Treasures Signature Prosperity Yu Sheng, which comes loaded with salmon, maguro, mekajiki sashimi and ikura. The mains include Steamed Cordyceps Stuffed Morel on Minced Pork Patty and Salmon Roe Diced Garlic Prawns Fried Rice.
Go all out with the Treasure and Health 8 Course Lunar New Year Menu at S$238++ per pax with a minimum of four diners. In this set, you’ll get to enjoy dishes like Double Happiness Abalo-nelly, which is abalone with pork belly, Osmanthus Spice Garden Fish, Sea Food Treasure Pot 88, containing mini abalone, sea whelk, scallop, fish maw, prawn, mushroom, roast pork, quail egg and pak choy, and Crab Stir Fried with Bee Hoon in Thai Style with Whole Crab & Shredded Crab Meat.
22. The Restaurant @ SPGG
The Restaurant @ SPCC will be offering 2 feasts this coming Chinese New Year. From 14 Jan to 20 Jan 2023 and 24 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, choose from two of their Chinese New Year Set Menus, suitable for either 6 pax or 10 pax.
The Prosperous set menu costs S$298++ and serves 6 pax. Dishes from its 7 courses include Ginseng with Black Chicken Herbal Soup and Steamed Seabass with Shimeiji Mushroom in Light Soy Sauce.
The Lucky set menu, on the other hand, costs S$518++ for 10 pax and has 8 courses, like Wok-fried Longevity Noodles with Clams & Snow Crab Meat and Golden Crispy Honey Chicken.
On 21 Jan 2023, the Reunion Dinner Menu will be available, serving 10 pax for S$638++. This one-day dinner offers dishes such as Braised Shark’s Fin Soup with Crabmeat and Five Combination Seafood in Hot Pot.
23. Chin Huat Live Seafood
From 5 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, Chin Huat Live Seafood will be offering 8 specially curated set menus for your festive feasting pleasures, ranging from S$398++ to S$1,688++. Each set menu is rife with seafood dishes, including fish, shellfish, abalone and more.
The S$398++ set menu serves up to 5 pax and comes with 7 courses. The Crisp-Fried Marble Goby in Superior Light Soy Sauce is a dish to look out for in this set.
Treat yourself and your family to the S$1,688++ set menu for 10 pax, with dishes like the Steamed Whole Live Alaskan King Crab with Egg White and Chinese Wine, and Signature Roasted Suckling Piglet.
24. London Fat Duck
Touted as the “Wagyu of ducks”, London Fat Duck is a Hong Kong-style restaurant specialising in duck dishes. Their Chinese New Year set menus naturally include their famous ducks, making it a great spot to dine with your poultry-loving friends and family.
The Set for 4 Pax, costing S$268++, comes with their Signature London Roast Duck, Duck Bak Kwa Glutinous Rice with Preserved Sausage, Stir-Fried Wild Tiger Prawn with Superior Soy Sauce and more. Meanwhile, the Set for 6 Pax costs S$428++ and has dishes like the Deep-Fried Marble Goby “Soon Hock” with Aged Soya Sauce and Signature London Roast Duck and Chef’s Prosperity Chicken.
25. Kai Duck Restaurant
Kai Duck is a concept by Kai Garden, with its signature dish being Cantonese-style roast duck. The restaurant will be offering 4 dine-in set menus to enjoy this Chinese New Year.
Go for the Healthy set menu, costing S$1,588++ for 10 pax, consisting of 10 courses: notable dishes include Prosperity Smoked Salmon and Abalone Yu Sheng in Olive Oil, Signature Peking Duck, Steamed Live Garoupa with Celery in Superior Soya Sauce and Wok-fried Ee-fu Noodle with Shredded Duck Meat.
26. Majestic Restaurant
From 9 Jan to 5 Feb 2023, Majestic Restaurant’s Chinese New Year À la carte and Set Menus will be available. Majestic Restaurant’s wide offering of various set menus provide a large range of options.
Their Contentment Menu ranges from S$488++ for 4 pax to S$1,288++ for 12 pax, and comes with dishes like Majestic Mini Deluxe Treasures Claypot, Atlantic Salmon Lo Hei and Roasted Peking Duck Served with Pancake Spring Onion, Cucumber and Sweet Sauce.
Meanwhile, the luxurious Joyous Menu ranges from S$2,288++ for 8 pax to S$3,388++ for 12 pax, including Whole Barbecued Suckling Pig, Australian Lobster and Atlantic Salmon Lo Hei and Soon Hock Prepared in Two Different Ways.
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