Seasons Feastings

Post Date: 2015-02-17

Celebrate the spirit of reunion over spreads of wholesome traditional dishes alongside novel interpretations of classic delicacies. You and your loved ones will be spoilt for choice with these mouthwatering Lunar New Year eats!


Take your pick from the finest Chinese New Year dishes Joyden has to offer this year, at any of their two outlets Joyden Seafood and Joyden Canton Kitchen. One highlight of the Joyden Seafood set menu is the beautifully-crafted Braised whole Abalone on Seafood ‘Ingot’ with Vegetable and Imperial 8-Treasure Duck, which is not to be missed. Alternatively, the Joyden Canton Kitchen set menu features Imperial ‘Song Zi’ Grouper Fish and Pine Nuts in Superior Sweet and Sour Sauce or Wok-Fried Tiger Prawns With Caramelized Walnuts in Citrus Sauce.


Available from 18 February to 5 March. Reunion Celebration Set Menus begin from $588++.

Goodwood Park Hotel

Indulge in the Goodwood Park Hotel’s unique creations that Master Cher Chan Hwan Kee (Min Jiang) and Master Chef Goh Chee Kong (Min Jiang at One-North) have to offer this Chinese New Year, including fine Chinese dishes with a twist, like the Kanpachi and Tuna ‘Yu Sheng’ and the Assorted Fruits and Vegetables ‘Lo Hei’. For the more adventurous, partake in Joy of Abundance which features two koi swimming in a sea of wealth, made out of eel maw stuffed with dace fish paste, Australian 10-head abalones, dried oysters, dried scallops, flower mushrooms and ‘fa cai’ (black moss).


Available from 5 February to 5 March. Set menus begin from $98 per person to $688 onwards for a table of 6 or more persons.


A variety of traditional fare infused with modern elements are in store at KU Dé TA Restaurant, with an exclusive tasting menu created by Executive Chef Frederic Faucheux.This includes a hors d’oeuvre of Oysters topped with the zest of pink pomelo and kalamansi jelly, five-spiced Braised Pork Ears with wasabi coleslaw and Crispy Peking Duck Breast paired with hoisin sauce and kumquat chutney enveloped in an Asian pancake. Toss to a year of prosperity with their signature yusheng, featuring an added twist of decadent seafood and a spicy plum sauce. Finally, end off the meal on a sweet note with the Orange Blossom Ivory Mousse Jivara, a concoction of chocolate mousse, crispy ladyfinger and orange marmalade – which is traditionally believed to bring luck as it represents the colour of gold.


Available from 17 February to 8 March, $168++ per person.

Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant

Enjoy a smorgasbord of authentic Sichuan and Cantonese delights at Si Chuan Dou Hua. With a culinary team helmed by Executive Cantonese Chefs Kenny Ong and Leung Wing Chung as well as Executive Sichuan Chef Zeng Feng, diners can look forward to a sumptuous festive spread of signature dishes like the charcoal-roasted Prosperity Suckling Pig stuffed with Glutinous Rice, and the Eight Treasures Chicken in Shark Cartilage Soup. Another must-try is their unique Golden Lamb Prosperity Yusheng with crispy gold-flaked rice grains and fragrant roasted minced lamb.


Available from 1 February to 5 March. Lunar New Year Set Menus begin from $688.

Concorde Hotel Singapore

If you are craving variety and have a large group of friends or family to feast with, sumptuous buffet spreads are available at Concorde Hotel. The lavish banquet features dishes such as roast suckling pig with hoi sin sauce, stewed lamb loin with red wine and roast pork belly and dried oyster and mixed mushrooms in superior sauce. Also look forward to the Show Cooking Station where chefs will prepare live prawns with Chinese herbs and wine, and the special dessert section featuring Asian sweet treats like steamed New Year nian gao with grated coconut, yam paste & pumpkin with gingko nut, and eight treasures with longan.


Available from 18 to 22 February. Buffet lunches and dinners begin from $48++ per adult and $24++ per child.

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