Auntie's Wok and Steam at Andaz Singapore

As we slowly enter the Year of the Ox, many of us are starting to plan where to go for dinner to celebrate Chinese New Year.

Whether you’re planning a reunion dinner with family or a celebration with a group of friends, we’ve rounded up 10 restaurants for you to explore this upcoming festive season.

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Cassia Restaurant, Capella Singapore

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If you fancy some Cantonese fare, head over to Capella Singapore’s Cassia. Be dazzled by the two Reunion Dinner options whipped up by Executive Chef Lee Hiu Ngai and his team that include Cassia’s signature Prosperity Lou Hei, a delightful tossed salad with salmon and kumquat sauce.

The Prosperity Reunion Set Dinner ($149++/person) includes signature dishes such as Double-Boiled Thick Chicken Broth with Duo of Scallop; Bamboo Pith and Flower Mushroom, as well as the Steamed Glutinous and Jasmine Rice with Chinese Sausage Wrapped in Lotus Leaf, while the Fortune Reunion Set Dinner ($169++/person) offers Braised Bird’s Nest with Duo Caviar in Supreme Broth, and Stewed Ee-Fu Noodle with King Prawn in Superior Stock, among other highlights.

On top of that, Cassia will also continue to ring in the Year of the Ox with a diverse range of specialty menus that include the Spring Menu (S$89++/person, available for lunches only), Abundant Blessings Set (S$139++/person), Double Happiness Set (S$169++/ person), Deluxe Fortune Set (S$199++/person) and a special Dim Sum lunch menu.

Address: 1 The Knolls, Capella Singapore, 1 The Knolls, Sentosa island, 098297
Tel: +65 6591 5045
For more information, click here

Auntie’s Wok and Steam, Andaz Singapore

Andaz Singapore Aunties Wok Steam CNY
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Ring in the Year of the Ox with Chinese delights alongside mesmerising views of Singapore’s skyline at Andaz Singapore‘s Auntie’s Wok and Steam helmed by Xi’an-born Chinese Chef Guo Qiang.

From January 25 to February 26, Treat yourself and your loved ones to heartwarming delicacies with full-bodied flavours such as Fish Maw Soup ($52*) with sea cucumber and conpoy, Steamed Marble Goby Fish ($98*) blanketed in luscious homemade Nyonya sauce, Ginseng-braised French Whole Chicken ($68*), Auspicious Treasures Pen Cai ($128*) complete with premium ingredients such as eight-head abalone and tiger prawns, as well as Andaz Healthy Yu Sheng ($68*) comprising sliced Scottish smoked salmon and superfood fruits, vegetables and seeds.

Available for dine-in only, Auntie’s Wok and Steam’s Lunar New Year offerings are available à la carte or as part of its eight-course set menu (starting at $128++/ person, with a minimum of four persons).

Address: 5 Fraser St, Level 25, Singapore, 189354
Tel: +65 6408 1288
For more information, click here

* Subject to 10% service charge and prevailing GST.

Lime Restaurant, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering

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This new year, the PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering’s Lime Restaurant will be serving up the Feast of Fortune menu from January 29 to February 26, that includes a mix of Chinese flavours and classic favourites such as Szechuan Chicken with Matcha Soba Noodles; Pan Seared Szechuan Pepper-Infused Marinated Pork Chop; Rock Salt Oven Baked Free and Range Chicken as well as Roasted Beef in Natural Jus. If you’re feeling especially adventurous, there’s the Tteokbokki with Bolognese or Truffle Mushroom Cream Sauce (the chef’s unique take on the classic Korean rice-cake dish) and the crowd-favourite, Seafood on Ice. For dessert, don’t miss the Yuzu Meringue Tart and Eight Treasures Cake.

Alternatively, try the Joyful Reunions menu (available from February 11 to 14, and February 26). Signature dishes include the Braised Premium Pot, Pickering Lobster Laksa and Roasted Beef Prime Ribs in Natural Jus. Plus, Lime’s Prosperity Yu Sheng for you to usher in good health and wealth.

If you plan on staying indoors, you can even order in dishes like the Reunion Pen Cai; Braised Golden Oyster with Broccoli, Mushroom and Sea Moss; traditional Nian Gao, as well as Carrot Cake with Preserved Meat and Dried Shrimps.

Address: Lime Restaurant, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, 3 Upper Pickering St, Singapore 058289
Tel: +65 6809 8899
For more information, click here

藝 yì by Jereme Leung, Raffles Hotel Singapore

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If you’re looking for a place to host a luxurious reunion lunch or dinner, then Raffles Hotel’s 藝 yì by Jereme Leung is definitely the place to be. Get ready to be blown away by time-honoured favourites and specialties like the Yu Sheng; Baked Lobster with XO Sauce and Cheese; Braised Pork Belly with Dried Oysters; and Crispy Glutinous Rice Cake with Shredded Coconut.

For a more intimate setting (capped at a maximum of 8 persons), you can opt to celebrate in the privacy of the Hotel’s spacious Residence Suite. Here, guests will be able to order their preferred Lunar New Year set menu at an exclusive supplementary rate of $500++ and then continue to stay on for the night after the sumptuous reunion feast for an additional $500++.

Address: 藝 yì by Jereme Leung, #03-02, Raffles Arcade, 328 North Bridge Road (Accessible via North Bridge Road Entrance), Singapore 188719
Tel: +65 6337 1886 
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White Rose Café, York Hotel Singapore

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From January 29 to February 11, York Hotel Singapore’s White Rose Café will be offering Reunion Dinner set menus and takeaway treats for you to enjoy as you reconnect with friends and family.

If you’re heading down for a reunion dinner, check out the White Rose Café’s celebratory menus—the Happiness set ($488), the Harmony set ($388), and the Wealth set ($288*). All the sets include dishes such as the Prosperity Lo Hei with Mini Abalone and Crispy Fish Skin; Braised Dried Oyster with Sliced Sea Whelk, and Seasonal Vegetables, as well as Yam Paste with Pumpkin and Gingko Nuts.

For those who want a more intimate celebration at home, you can opt for the Bountiful Treasures combo ($328), Joy of Spring combo ($188), or the Prosperity Lo Hei with Mini Abalone and Crispy Fish Skin, available at $49* (regular) and $59* (large) to be delivered to your house.

Address: York Hotel Singapore, 21 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228516
Tel: +65 6737 0511
For more information, click here

* Subject to 10% service charge and prevailing GST.

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CÉ LA VI

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Ever thought about celebrating Chinese New Year with Singapore’s skyline sprawled right in front of you? Now you can, because CÉ LA VI is offering a celebratory set menu at its iconic lifestyle destination located on the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

From February 8 to 21 (with the exception of Valentine’s Day on February 14), you’ll be able to dig into a tantalising Set Dinner Menu (S$158++) for Chinese New Year featuring Asian cuisine with a modern twist. Highlights include Yu Sheng; Heirloom Tomato Salad & Burrata; Black Truffle Chicken Soup; Steamed Kühlbarra Seabass; Iberico Pork Loin and the the Prosperity Koi dessert.

For those looking to order the Yu Sheng ($15++) for home celebrations, you’ll be able to make your purchase as an a la carte option from February 8 to 28. However, you must place your order three days in advance.

Address: CÉ LA VI, 1 Bayfront Avenue. Level 57, Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands, Hotel, Singapore 018971
Tel: +65 6508 2188
For more information, click here

Min Jiang

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In the mood for gourmet-style reunion dinner with your loved ones? Why not head down to Michelin-starred Min Jiang restaurant, a time-honored F&B establishment that first opened at Goodwood Park Hotel in 1982.

Now newly-furbished and with a second outlet at Dempsey, the Goodwood Park Hotel is ringing in Chinese New Year in style with a repertoire of masterfully prepared Abundant Feasting Specials that are available for dine-in as well as takeaways.

Some of our favourites include the Double-boiled Abalone Soup and Eel Fish Maw with handmade Prawn Dumplings and Minced Pork Balls in Claypot ($265.35 nett), and the Auspicious Abundance ‘Lo Hei’ (from $268++).

Addresses: 22 Scotts Rd, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 2282217A; 7B Dempsey Rd, 249684
For more information, click here

YUN NANS

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If your family wants traditional hotpot, then Yun Nans is definitely the place to be. There’s a total of six Chinese New Year set menus to pick from, and each set caters for 4 to 8 pax ($298++ to $838++).

Some highlights include the ‘Bi Feng Tang’ Style Pork Ribs with Truffles; Braised Truffle Ee-fu Noodles; and the highly-recommended Yun Nans Prosperity Treasure Hot Pot that is making its stellar return.

Available at all Yun Nans outlets.
For more information, click here

Tim Ho Wan

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Missing Hong Kong? Fret not because Tim Ho Wan is bringing the familiar flavours to you and your loved ones this festive season.

For the first time ever, Tim Ho Wan’s founding chef, Chef Mak Kwai Pui is coming up with seven dim sum dishes for the season (available from now till February 28 at all Tim Ho Wan outlets).

That’s not all. There’s also plenty of savoury favourites and brand-new Chinese New Year dishes to look forward to, including Pan Fried Water Chestnut Cake & Nian Gao; Steamed Yam Cake with Chinese Sausage; Abalone Pork & Shrimp Dumpling; Crispy Prawn Paste Wings; Maine Lobster & Scallop Fried Radish Cake, as well as Golden Custard Bun, to name a few.

Available at all Tim Ho Wan outlets.
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Beauty In The Pot

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If your family is a lover of both fashion and food, this Uniqlo X Beauty in The Pot collaboration is one that’s too hot to resist.

Beauty in The Pot is one of the go-tos for hotpot but what you may not know is that they’re also introducing a limited-edition Ebiko Wasabi Prawn Paste dish ($20.80) that is created together with family-friendly fashion brand, Uniqlo.

The fun doesn’t stop there. You can even snag one of four T-shirts from the exclusive UNIQLO x Beauty in The Pot: Kawaii Friends collection for $29.90 (adults) and $24.90 (kids) at the Uniqlo flagship store in Orchard Central. (Paradise Group members can get an additional 10% off the BITP UTme! T-shirts.)

Plus, if you make another trip to Beauty in The A Pot in the BITP UTme! T-shirts, you’ll score an additional 50% discount on the exclusive Ebiko Wasabi Prawn Paste dish too.

Available at all Beauty in The Pot outlets.

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