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16 Auspicious Dining Options this Lunar New Year 2020

When boxes of mandarin oranges go up for sale at your local supermarket, familiar music takes over your local shopping mall and red decorations are put up overnight, it can only mean one thing ­– the Lunar New Year is here! And with the prosperous celebrations comes the delicious food during reunion dinner with friends and family. If you’re stumped picking out a dining spot this Lunar New Year, here’s X auspicious dining options that’s sure to satisfy everyone. Park Hotel Cla

Celebrate the Year of the Rat at Park Hotel Clarke Quay

The Park Hotel Clarke Quay celebrates the Year of the Rat with a specially curated menu crafted by the hotel's banquet chef, James Wong. The chef, with 40 years’ experience under his belt, challenges himself to come up with brand new dishes for the hotel’s Lunar New Year dinners every year, inspired by how he would cook up a reunion dinner feast for his own family. We sampled the 8-course Ultimate Success Menu ($768++ per table of 9 to 10 pax), which features some of Chef Jam

Chinese New Year Menu in Singapore for 2019

Chinese New Year is just a few weeks away and here are some places we think are worth a visit (and worth the calories. In this year of the pig, expect many porky mouth-watering specials! The Butcher’s Kitchen, Suntec City Mall Start the Lunar New Year right with a prosperity toss or lou hei. The 3 Treasures Porky Yu Sheng ($38.80 for 10 pax) from The Butcher’s Kitchen is unlike any other. This yusheng spots three key ingredients: golden roast pork belly, char siew and fried p

Grand Chinese New Year Feast at Jade Restaurant @ The Fullerton Hotel

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore welcomes the Year of the Pig with an auspicious feast at Jade Restaurant from the 21st January to 19th of February 2019. The menu features premium ingredients such as lobster, suckling piglet, caviar and bird’s nest and priced at an auspicious $2,388(for 10 persons and orders should be made two days’ in advanced). The Grand Fullerton Golden Feast menu at Jade restaurant, isn't like any other Chinese restaurants that I've been to. You can forget a

Celebrate the Lunar New Year at Changi Airport

Some might associate airports with goodbyes, but I think that it’s also a place of reunions. It’s more and more common for family members to be overseas these days, whether it’s for school or work, so a reunion dinner at Changi Airport seems really appropriate. The four major Chinese restaurants at Changi Airport has a bountiful spread to make your reunion with those traveling back home for the Lunar New Year a special one. Here are some of my favourites Dian Xiao Er, Paradis

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant, Quality Hotel

Vegetarians out there, rejoice! Here's a place for you to have a great reunion dinner this Chinese New Year. I’ve been to their franchise outlet, Lotus Kitchen and have been thoroughly impressed by dishes that are comparable to non-vegetarian dishes! When Lotus Vegetarian launched their Lunar New Year set menus -- that caters four to ten pax (from $188++) -- I just had to try their mouth-watering dishes. As tradition, we started of with a Yu Sheng, with the usual sliced salmo

Dragon Bowl, Aperia Mall

This is the second time Dragon Bowl is treating us to their amazing Cantonese food. This time, we dined at its Aperia Mall outlet. We started off with some festive offerings for the upcoming Lunar New Year. This festive season, Dragon Bowl offers its customers with a unique gastronomic experience that is unlike the standard contemporary Cantonese cuisine. This time of year, customers can enjoy Dragon Bowl's specially curated value-for-money Fortune Package ($288 for regular a

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