As we welcome the year of the Ox and the celebrations are slowly starting to resemble a little more of what we remember it to be, here are some of the places that you can visit to welcome and celebrate the start of what we all hope to be an auspicious and abundant year ahead!
Check out our list of Chinese New Year Dinners 2021!
2021 Chinese New Year Dinners
Holiday Inn Singapore
Holiday Inn invites diners to usher in an auspicious year with Yu Sheng, nutritional soup, roast meat and desserts that are curated to satisfy all palates. Some dishes to look forward to in their 2021 Chinese New Year Manu include Alaskan Crab with Salted Egg Yolk Sauce Yu Sheng, Superior Suckling Pig Platter, Steamed Garoupa, Braised Ee-fu Noodles with Live Lobster and Chilled Sea Coconut with Apricot, amongst other dishes.
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Cassia is a contemporary Chinese restaurant in Sentosa, serving unexpected twists on traditional Cantonese dishes. This Chinese New Year, they are offering dishes such as their Prosperity Lo Hei Tossed Salad with Salmon and Kumquat Sauce, Double-Boiled Thick Chicken Broth with Duo of Scallop, Bamboo Pith and Flower Mushroom, Braised Bird’s Nest with Duo Caviar in Supreme Broth, Stewed Ee-Fu Noodle with King Prawn in Superior Stock as well as desserts such as Homemade Red Date Tea with Peach Resin and Sesame Dumpling.
Formerly known as Sembawang White Beehoon, the White restaurant is offering a special discount to those who make their dinner reservations with them. The first 88 reservations also get up to 2 free cans of Abalone. Some dishes on their 4-8 pax menu include Prosperity Abalone Yusheng, Hong Kong-style Steamed Soon Hock, Braised Sea Cucumber with Duck, Conpoy and Curry Prawn Yam Ring, Truffle White Beehoon, Golden Pumpkin Creamy Butter Prawn and more.
Xi Yan Seafood
Xi Yan Seafood Restaurant is a premium seafood restaurant next to Jurong Bird Park. Their kitchen is headed by four distinguished chefs, each bringing their special dishes in one restaurant. For their Chinese New Year menu 2021, choose from an ala carte menu, a dim sum menu, as well as set menus catering from 2-10 pax. Some of their signature dishes include Steamed Crabs in Nyonya Sauce, Rice Net Seafood Rolls and Princess Snow Mountain Buns!
Full Of Luck
Featuring their adorably designed Yu Sheng, immerse in the heart-warming spirit of the Lunar New Year with an exquisite array of dishes available at Full Of Luck restaurant from 1 to 28 February 2021. Dishes other than their Prosperity Lo Hei with Smoked Salmon and Yuzu Sauce include delicacies such as Jade Melon Rings stued with Crabmeat, Pork and Shrimps, Auspicious Prawn Ball with Black Mushroom, Abundance Money Bag Stued with Dried Oyster Served with Golden Pumpkin Sauce, Osmanthus Water Chestnut Cake, Traditional Nian Gao and more!
Park Hotel Clarke Quay
Usher in the Year of the Ox with a change of fortune at Park Hotel Clarke Quay! Chef James Wong, a culinary veteran specialised in Oriental and Cantonese cuisines for over four decades, assembles an auspicious medley of bestsellers that are bound please and tease the palate. Enjoy dishes such as Park Hotel Clarke Quay’s Prosperity Tuna Yu Sheng which has generous cuts of tuna are seasoned in a combination of fragrant sesame and seaweed, and tenderly pan-seared. Other mains that you will enjoy include Superior Braised Fish Maw with Crabmeat and Homemade Stuffed Crab Claw, Steamed Red Garoupa with Yellow Bean Paste, Fragrant Crispy Duck, Steamed Fragrant Rice in Lotus Leaf with Duck Meat and Chinese Sausage and Crispy Durian!
Red House Seafood
Established in 1976, Red House Seafood is one of Singapore’s oldest seafood restaurants. The items on their menu are inspired by Canton, Fujian and Hainan origins. For 2021, they have prepared an extensive menu with various sets and bundles to choose from. Their Chinese New Year Sets include salmon or abalone yu sheng, Fresh Alaskan King Crab, steamed marble goby, golden prawns and chilled savoury Yam with sago. There are also Chinese New Year Eve sets available on 11 February 2021 only. Choose from Red House Seafood’s Prosperity, Abundance, Harmony or Fortune Set.
Jumbo Group Singapore
Consisting of three well-known restaurants, the Jumbo Group consists of names such as Jumbo Seafood, Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cusine and the Singapore Seafood Republic. All of them are offering dine-in Reunion Set meals that are available on 11 Feb 2021 only, as well as celebration set meals available from 25 January to 28 February 2021 (excluding 11 Feb). Expect to have each of their individual restaurant specialities such as chilli crab and other delicious seafood dishes on top of other delightful courses. They are also offering take away promotions if you wish to enjoy the food in the comfort of your own home.
Holding the title as Singapore’s Oldest Nonya Restaurant, Straits Chinese is offering a specially curated “Gong Xi Fa Cai Chinese New Year 2021” menu for Dine-In, Takeaway, Delivery or Mini Buffet. Their dine-in menu serves dishes such as five treasure creamy soup, butter oak prawns, scallops with x.o sauce and noodles with fragrant mushrooms!
Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Hotel
Usher in the New Year in abundance with a plethora of luxurious Cantonese delicacies at award-winning Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Hotel. Ten gastronomical set menus are sure to make it a celebration to remember. Some interesting dishes to look out for including their Blossoming Treasures Yu Sheng with Gold and Silver Flakes, Lobster, Scallops, Black Caviar and Shredded Vegetable Salad in Passion Fruit Sauce and desserts featuring a combination of Chilled Water Chestnuts with Snow Swallows, Lotus Seeds & Egg White and Prosperity Chinese New Year Cake coated with Finely-ground Nuts and Shredded Yam.
EbiBar X FishMart Steamboat Sets
Ebi Bar has teamed up with FishMart a steamboat pack perfect for reunion meals! The umami-packed sets include Umami Goodness Broth using 40kg of prawn shells simmered for 8-10 hours, specially crafted sauces, raw shrimp paste, raw Ngoh Hiang, super fresh fish portioned in fillets. We tried the seafood feast and it was a very sumptuous meal suitable for even the littlest.
Try the Herbal Chicken broth and Ah Ma’s Achar too!