Hai Tien Lo - Pan Pacific Singapore - Premium Wealth Treasure Pot
Synonymous with abundance and good fortune, Hai Tien Lo’s signature Premium Wealth Treasure Pot (S$468/ 6 persons, S$738/ 10 persons) made up of 15 stellar ingredients including Eight Head Whole Abalone, Dried Oysters, Sea Cucumber, Dried Fish Maw, Pork Knuckle, Lobster, Goose Web, Dried Scallops, Boiled Chicken, Pork Dumplings, Bean Gluten, Chinese Mushrooms, Black Moss, Sliced Lotus Root and Broccoli. The amazingly tender abalone, lobster and sea cucumber are definitely jaw-dropping ingredients in this dish.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6826 8240 or email [email protected]

Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Blvd (Level 3) Singapore 039595
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel - Wan Hao - Eight Treasures Imperial Pot
Mouthwatering Wan Hao Eight Treasures Imperial Pot with Bird’s Nest (S$788++/6 persons) boosts nourishment and collagen. The collagen-rich ingredients are arranged in layers, allowing you to appreciate the different textures. You can expect Bird’s Nest, 10-Head Australian Abalone, Fish Maw, “Huat Huat” Dace Fish Beancurd Bag, Live Prawns, Pork Tendons, Chicken and Japanese Shiitake Mushroom. The superior drinkable broth is very rich, sweet and thick made with ingredients like chicken feet, old fowl, pork skin, and more.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6831 4605, email [email protected]

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant (萬豪軒)
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
320 Orchard Road (Level 3) Singapore 238865
Fullerton Hotel Jade Restaurant Wok-fried Boston Lobster with Preserved Duck and Ginger Spring Onion
Crustaceans such as lobsters symbolize endless money rolling in. I’ll definitely welcome this dish with both hands. Highlighting the Wok-fried Boston Lobster with Preserved Duck and Ginger Spring Onion adds a great new depth of flavour to this seafood dish. The preserved duck left a long-lasting savoury warm flavour yet the ginger spring onion added a hint of spicy kick to this dish. Sumptuous set menu priced starting from S$98* per person.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6877 8911/8912 or email to [email protected]

Jade at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
1 Fullerton Square (Lobby Level) Singapore 049178
Crystal Jade - Takashimaya - Crispy Charcoal Grilled Superior Sea Cucumber with Oyster Sauce
Sea cucumber “Hai Shen” in Chinese sounds like “sheng” (生) which gives a symbolic meaning of new offspring blessings in the new year. Featuring one of my favourite CNY dishes from Crystal Jade Palace, Crispy charcoal-grilled superior sea cucumber with oyster sauce (S$28/per person). The sea cucumber is first charcoal-grilled in the kitchen with the sauce served at the table. Crispy exterior with a springy texture and takes on the flavours of the sauce. It is perfectly handled and there is no presence of alkaline taste. 

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6735 2388.

Crystal Jade Palace
391 Orchard Rd, #04-19 Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Singapore 238872
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium -Xin Cuisine - Double boiled Conch Meat with Dried Scallops and Cordyceps Flower
Scallops symbolize new opportunities or the opening of new horizons. The Double-boiled Conch Meat with Dried Scallops and Cordyceps Flower soup is not just a taste enjoyment, but also a kind of spiritual enjoyment. It leaves a comforting light and sweet tasting.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 3138 2531 or email to [email protected]

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
317 Outram Rd (Level 4) Singapore 169075
Peach Garden - Premium Mala Seafood Pen Cai - OCBC Centre
Probably the FIRST Mala Seafood Pen Cai (S$457.96/ 6 persons) I had! This luxurious pot is filled with premium seafood including Lobster, Red Grouper, Sea Cucumber, Australian Scallop, Live Prawn, Fish Maw, Tien Shin Cabbage, Gluten Puff all infused with mala gravy. The sweetness of the tien shin cabbage is so good after soaking up the mala broth. If you’re wondering how spicy is the mala broth, no fret, the spiciness level is mild, leaving a balance of savoury and spicy.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6535 7833 or [email protected]

Peach Garden at OCBC Centre
#33, 65 Chulia St, 01 OCBC Centre, 049513
Yusheng is considered a symbol of abundance, prosperity and vigor. Ellenborough Market Café has gamed this prosperity yusheng with layers of colourful stack of assorted vegetables, fruits, pickles and crowned with a Rock Lobster to welcome the Lunar New Year.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6239 1847/ 1848 or email [email protected]

Ellenborough Market Cafe at Swissotel Merchant Court
20 Merchant Rd (Lobby Level) Singapore 058281
Kwee Zeen Sofitel Sentosa Cny Zodiac Menu - grouper
Have you ever wonder what is your lucky dish that may enhance your fortune according to your zodiac? Featuring Steamed grouper with light blended soya sauce from the Harmony Ala Carte menu. The fish dish is a breeze to enjoy because the chef has deboned. Having fish on Lunar New Year symbolises ‘abundance’ which means having more than you need of something.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6708 8310 or email [email protected]

Kwee Zeen at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa
2 Bukit Manis Road Sentosa (Lobby Level) Singapore 099891
Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant - PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road - Signature Beancurd Medley
Deep-fried tofu means gold, hence wealth to the New Year. The Signature Bean Curd Medley is presented in two golden homemade and deep-fried purple rice tofus in a savoury homemade minced meat sauce to make a tantalizing dish yet simple. Can’t get enough of delicious tofu from Si Chuan Dou Hua!

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6428 3170 or email [email protected]

Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road
181 Kitchener Rd (Level 3 Singapore 208533
Copthorne King - Tien Court - Herbal Braised Spring Chicken with Chestnut (whole)
A popular dish during Chinese New Year, whole chicken represents togetherness and rebirth. It is symbolic of the family and can also signify unity and prosperity as a group. Herbal Braised Spring Chicken with Chestnut (Whole – S$16) is one of the popular dishes from The Nourishing Menu. This menu is presented in four distinctive characteristics representing the key pillars of health – Nourishing Yin 滋阴, Strengthening Yang 补阳, Invigorating Qi 补气, and not forgetting Maintaining Beauty 养颜. They’re flavourful, fall-off-the-bone tender, and thankfully you only need a pair of fork and spoon to gently tear them! The chestnuts are cooked till sweet and soft that you can easily pop them into your mouth!

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6318 3193/198 or email to [email protected]

Tien Court Restaurant at Copthorne Kings Hotel
403 Havelock Rd (Level 2) Singapore 169632

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