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Yellow Pot at Six Senses Duxton

Incorporate some sustainable goals into your new year’s resolutions for a more conscious yusheng. The King Ora Salmon Yu Sheng, comprising of fresh organic vegetables and sustainably sourced seafood. Also anticipate clean and nourishing Chinese New Year dishes like Braised Abalone, Double-boiled Ginseng Chicken Soup, Lobster in Saffron Tonkatsu Broth with Crispy Noodle. The Chinese New Year menu is available in seven to nine course, priced at S$58++ per person for lunch and S$88++ per person for dinner, crafted by Chinese Chef Sebastian Goh.


Treasures of the Sea in Yellow Pot Superior Rich Broth consisting of thorny sea cucumber, abalone, fish maw, sea whelk, dried oyster, flower mushroom. The ingredients are well executed, especially fish maw was delicate and smooth, abalone was firm and tender to bite.


Double Boiled Ginseng Chicken Soup comes with nourishing cordyceps flower and crunchy yellow morel. Chicken soup is rich in colour, flavourful with a strong cordycep flower and ginseng taste.


We can scent strong smell when honey pepper beef tenderloin is served. Chunky beef cubes yet remained tender to bite. Medium rare in the middle with a nice pink blush with a sweet coating.


My favourite dish of the night goes to Steamed Alaskan King Crab with Garlic. Indulge in sweet chunky Alaskan crab meat while the sweet juice of the crab immense into the chawanmushi. It is accompanied with a sweet sauce by the side.


Lobster in Saffron Tonkatsu Broth with Crispy Noodle. Crunchy and fresh chunky lobster meat in contrast with crispy noodles that brings a nice savoury-sweet taste.

Yellow Pot at Six Senses Duxton

88 Duxton Road Singapore 089540

Tel: +65 6914 1428


Li Bai at Sheraton Towers Singapore

From seven dine-in Chinese New Year menus features luxurious Cantonese delicacies to extravagant buffet spread to delightful takeaway treats, every get-together giving a noteworthy experience at Sheraton Towers Singapore.


This crispy roast chicken is complemented by truffles sauce as well as sliced black truffle, impresses with crispy, golden brown skin and tender meat.


What’s in the stuffed beancurd skin? Layered with abalone, black moss and dried oyster to boost a HUAT 2020. Not a fan of dried oyster becuase of the bad pungent smell. Pleasantly surprise that this dried oyster doesn’t have the smell that I dislike.


The one bite black pepper crab meat timbale with avocado and chives is simply addictive. Crab meat is layered with fragrant and delicious black pepper, creamy avocado, making an impressive starter.


Nothing is more comforting than having a bowl of bird’s nest soup with fish maw, chicken and morel mushroom. The fish maw was perfectly executed giving a nice and smooth, like eating little bits of soft jello. The soup was light and I can keep on drinking.

Li Bai at Sheraton Towers Singapore

39 Scotts Road Singapore 228230

Tel: +65 6839 5623


Full of Luck Restaurant

From the 8 January to 8 February 2020, Full of Luck Restaurant will be offering a selection of auspicious and visually-stunning dishes to celebrate Chinese New Year with your friends and loved ones.

The chefs of Full of Luck Restaurant has specially curated this series of celebratory dishes where each dish is well thought through, linking tradition to modernity that would impress everyone at the table. 


Toast to a New Year with the Prosperity Lo Hei with Smoked Salmon and Yuzu, featuring the dish in the shape of a rat with delightful assortment of toppings such as crispy salmon fish skin and mouth-popping caviars of passionfruit and strawberry with pomegranate seeds.


Needless to introduce, the Double Delights Platter, featuring both the Signature Honey Glazed Char Siew and Crispy Kurobuta Pork were top of my list and they were also Full of Luck’s signature. Beautifully caramelized char siew and perfectly crispy pork which were so highly praised by our group.


One of my favourite dish that night was this Bak Kwa Cheese Tart! A mix of savoury from the cheese and sweetness from their home made bak kwa jam. It might taste confusing to some but somehow I really loved the unique taste combination.

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Prawn lovers might love their pineapple-shaped Auspicious Prawn Ball with Black Truffle Mushroom that was fried till crispy or the Glutinous Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaf with Fresh Prawns and Garlic Spicy Sauce.

Full Of Luck is reviewed by Alvin.

Full of Luck Restaurant

243 Holland Ave Singapore 278977

Tel: +65 6208 6845


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