Chinese New Year is fast approaching, and it’s time to start thinking about those reunion dinners! If your family prefers heading out for a sumptuous meal cooked by someone else (rather than slaving over the kitchen at home!), check out the 9 reunion dinner spots that we’ve specially curated in this article.
This Chinese New Year, PUTIEN is offering a “Pot Of Goodies” pen cai and Prosperity Yusheng – these may either be ordered ala carte, or together with the three different Chinese New Year set meals. PUTIEN has even arranged for a God of Fortune to make his way down to their different outlets to hand out goodie bags to diners – click here for the list of timings!
For more information on PUTIEN’s Chinese New Year menu, click here.
For a more contemporary reunion dinner, try Sky22, which is located at Courtyard By Marriott Singapore. This place ticks all our boxes: it’s conveniently located (less than five minutes away from Novena MRT!), the ambience is great (the restaurant is on the 22nd level, which gives you a nice view), and of course – the food is amazing as well. We’re talking Roasted Duck with Hoisin Sauce, Red Wine Braised Beef Cheeks, and Pan-seared Sea Bass with Sambal Olek… yum!
For more information on Sky22’s Chinese New Year menu, click here and here.
#3: Dian Xiao Er
When it comes to Chinese food, Dian Xiao Er is a classic. This Chinese New Year, they’re offering three different set meals, for parties of 3 pax to 10 pax. All set meals come with the Prosperity Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng, as well as their signature Herbal Roast Duck.
For more information on Dian Xiao Er’s Chinese New Year menu, click here.
Here’s one for all the vegetarians out there – Elemen’s eight-course Chinese New Year feast features plenty of goodies such as Prosperity Truffle Yu Sheng, Steamed Truffle Rice with Braised Sauce, and Charcoal Beancurd with Golden Oyster Mushroom. Definitely a deviation from traditional Chinese food, but we like it!
For more information on Elemen’s Chinese New Year menu, click here.
If your motto is “go big or go home”, you’ll love the Chinese New Year menu over at modern Cantonese restaurant, Yàn. If you do decide to dine here, have your phone at the ready – you’ll definitely want to snap pictures of the ultra luxe “Shun De Yu” Sheng, which comes topped with slices of fresh yellowfish, and adorned with gold flakes.
For more information on Yàn’s Chinese New Year menu, click here.
How about switching it up with a Peranakan style reunion dinner? This year, Folklore is offering both a Chinese New Year set lunch and a Tok Panjang dinner. You’ll be treated to a feast of heritage dishes prepared true to Chef Damian’s grandmother’s recipes, including Fish Maw Soup, Bakwan Kepiting, Sambal Belimbling, and of course, the iconic Babi Pongteh.
For more information on Folklore’s Chinese New Year menu, click here and here.
#7: Lime Restaurant at PARKROYAL on Pickering
If you want to splash out on a good meal with your loved ones, your best bet is Lime Restaurant. Their “Royal Reunion” buffet menu includes mouthwatering dishes such as Peking Duck, Braised Seafood Soup with Fish Maw and Crabmeat, Roasted King Salmon in Salt Crust, and Five Spice Braised Duck Leg in Carta Fata; if you’re having dinner instead of lunch, each diner even gets a complimentary serving of Buddha Jump over the Wall and Prosperity Yu Sheng.
For more information on Lime Restaurant’s Chinese New Year menu, click here.
#8: The Carvery
Chinese New Year is all about abundance, and there’s no better way to indulge than to treat yourself to an all you can eat buffet at The Carvery. On top of the usual spread, you can expect three prosperous seasonal roasts specially prepared for Chinese New Year: the Szechuan Spiced Roast Leg of Lamb, Kumquat Chicken, and Marmite Pork OP Rib.
For more information on The Carvery’s Chinese New Year menu, click here.
#9: Szechuan Court
If you’re cracking your head over how to impress a family of foodies, we’ve got just the reunion dinner restaurant for you: Szechuan Court, which is a traditional Chinese restaurant with a modern twist. Expect elevated, high quality dishes such as Sautéed Australian Scallops and Maine Lobster in X.O. Chilli Sauce, as well as Fish Roe Prawn Mousse Phyllo Dough Roll. This one’s definitely a winner!
For more information on Szechuan Court’s Chinese New Year menu, click here.
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