26 restaurants to feast at this Chinese New Year for your reunion dinner in 2021

It sure feels like Christmas came and went, but now that we’ll soon be rolling into the second month of the year, it’s time to start looking for restaurants to book your upcoming Chinese New Year reunion dinners. After all, CNY falls on the 12th and 13th February this year, so time’s a tickin’!

We’ve rounded up 25 Chinese New Year reunion dinner restaurants you can visit in 2021 to enjoy great food and usher in the niu (Chinese for ox) year with your loved ones! Think sumptuous set meals, indulgent and authentic Chinese dishes…

Note: While we’ve already moved into Phase 3 and dining group sizes have increased from the initial five persons, do bear in mind while you’re making your reservation that each table has a limit of 8 persons.

1. Park Hotel Clarke Quay

Usher in the Year of the Ox with your loved ones at Park Hotel Clarke Quay with four set menus (ranging from six to eight courses, prices start from S$388 to S$768) to choose from; available from 29 January to 26 February 2021.

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Prosperity Tuna Yu Sheng Platter

The hotel restaurant’s refreshing Prosperity Tuna Yu Sheng Platter features an array of auspicious ingredients such as yellowfin tuna slices prepared tataki style, coated in sesame seeds and seaweed flakes, and paired with a vibrant medley of white and green radish and carrot, purple cabbage, pickled vegetables, and crowned with torch ginger flower and chiffonade of kaffir lime leaves.

When AVENUE ONE visited, we were pleased by how refreshing the yu sheng tasted compared to many other versions we’ve tried. Thanks to the special plum sauce created by the hotel’s chef, the yusheng tasted light and refreshing, serving as a great appetiser that whets your palate for more.

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Steamed Red Garoupa with Yellow Bean Paste (left), and Salted Egg Yolk Golden Tiger Prawn (right)

The line-up of exciting dishes includes the returning favourite Steamed Red Garoupa with Yellow Bean Paste, Superior Braised Fish Maw with Crabmeat and Homemade Stuffed Crab Claw, Salted Egg Yolk Golden Tiger Prawn, and more. These traditional dishes don’t try too hard to be novel, but deliver great tastes that everybody in the family is going to love.

While the menu is generally traditional, we were surprised that something sets the CNY menu at Park Hotel apart: their dessert. Conclude your meal with the Crispy Durian dessert, a deep-fried parcel that conceals a toothsome durian purée blended with gula melaka and coconut milk. It reminds us of goreng pisang but swap the banana puree for durian’s. This is a real treat that durian-lovers are going to love.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Park Hotel Clarke Quay is located at 1 Unity Street, Singapore 237983.
Make a reservation by emailing [email protected].

2. Yàn

This year, Yàn celebrates joyful reunions with a lavish spread of six set menus and CNY classics such as Lo Hei, all available from 15 January to 26 February 2021.

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Wok-fried Local Lobster with Superior Sauce and Shrimp Egg (left) and Roasted Duck Marinated with Mandarin Peel (right)

Usher in an auspicious new year with Yàn’s six set menus for dine-in, featuring classic Cantonese fare and premium auspicious ingredients to ring in a year of good fortune with menus ranging from five to eight courses (from S$128++ to S$228++ per person) and an eight-course vegetarian menu (S$78++ per person).

The dishes include a nourishing Double-boiled Fish Maw, Chicken with Cordyceps Flower, an immensely flavourful Braised Spring Chicken with 6 Head Whole Abalone, served whole to embody family togetherness, and luscious Wok-fried Local Lobster with Superior Sauce and Shrimp Egg and Ee Fu Noodles, inspired by the flavours of shrimp roe noodles, a perennial Cantonese favourite.

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Abalone & Salmon with Gold Foil Lo Hei in Shun De Style

Prepared in Yàn’s signature savoury Shunde-style and adorned with gold flakes, the Abalone & Yellowtail with Gold Foil Lo Hei in ‘Shun De’ Style (from S$92++) is the perfect way to kick off the new year.

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant yan pencai

You can also look forward to the sumptuous Harvest Pen Cai (from S$300++), featuring eighteen delicacies including abalone, whole conpoy, fish maw, sea cucumber, and scallops layered with roast duck, soya chicken, sea moss, and gingko nestled in a piping hot claypot, available for both dine-in and takeaway.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Yàn is located at 1 Saint Andrew’s Road, #05-02, National Gallery, Singapore 178957.
Find out more and make your reservations here.

3. Hard Rock Cafe

Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng Salad

Though you’ll have to don your masks when you’re tossing your yusheng, it’s well worth it when you’re about to indulge in Hard Rock Cafe’s Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng Salad (S$26.95) – a healthier, modern take on the traditional dish. Smoked Norwegian salmon are stacked on a heap of fresh baby spinach, beetroot, carrot, radish, and fruits, served with a generous amount of golden tangerine dressing and cornflakes for sweetness and crunch.

Braised Ox Cheek with Gold Flakes & Red Wine Sauce

Next up, savour the Braised Ox Cheek with Gold Flakes & Red Wine Sauce (S$39.95). They weren’t kidding when they said the ox cheek was fork-tender. It slices through easily and practically melts in your mouth.

Topped with baby carrots, asparagus, mashed potatoes, and fried lotus root, this dish will keep your belly full. Not to mention, there are bits of gold flakes to amp up the luxe factor. For those who are worried about the red wine sauce, it’s actually a reduction that’s cooked all the way through, so you’ll barely notice it.

Roasted Duck Leg with Longevity Noodles

If you prefer a lighter meal, try the Roasted Duck Leg with Longevity Noodles (S$35.95). The succulent yet crispy confit duck is roasted with a warming blend of 13 spices and herbs, served with a side of cherry tomatoes and asparagus. Its longevity noodles are a hit too – they’re immersed in a savoury ginseng herbal soup that’s fragrant and brimming with flavour.

Golden Fried Milk Fritter with Fresh Strawberry Compote

No meal is complete without dessert, which is why Hard Rock Cafe has created the Golden Fried Milk Fritter with Fresh Strawberry Compote (S$14.95). Fried and crispy on the outside, the coconut-flavoured milk fritter is a decadent way to end a meal.

Left to right: Passionfruit Blossom, Lizhi Lemonade, Sparkling Fortune, Mandarin Mule

Fancy a tipple or two? How about four? Hard Rock Cafe concocted four festive cocktails to ring in the Lunar New Year. If you like something refreshing and sweet, sip on the Sparkling Fortune (S$18.95), made with prosecco, strawberry puree, homemade lemonade, and topped off with a fresh strawberry. You can also opt for the Lizhi Lemonade (S$22.95), which has Stolichnaya vodka, whiskey, lime cordial, lychee juice, and lemonade topped with red wine.

There’s also the Passionfruit Blossom (S$23.95), a fruity cocktail made with Jim Beam bourbon, triple sec orange liqueur, freshly squeezed lime juice, and refreshing passionfruit puree served with a fortune cookie. Or, try our favourite, the Mandarin Mule (S$23.95). Absolut mandarin vodka is blended with Grand Marnier, orange juice, and topped with ginger beer.

View the full CNY menu here. Available from now till 14 February. 

Hard Rock Cafe is located at 50 Cuscaden Road, #02-01 HPL House, Singapore 249724.
Find out more and make your reservations here.

4. Hai Tien Lo – Pan Pacific Singapore

Enjoy a lineup of Cantonese classics with Western twists from 25 January to 26 February 2021 at Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo this CNY and take your pick from an extensive ten exquisite set menus (from S$128++ per pax) for the best celebratory fare around.

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant hai tien lo

Our mouth is watering just thinking of the lavish dishes on the menu — including fusion-inspired Sliced Barbecued Beijing Duck with Pan-fried Foie Gras, Stewed Lobster with Inaniwa Udon in Signature Homemade XO Chilli Sauce and more!

The must-try a la carte specialties include the scrumptious Barbecued Crispy Whole Suckling Pig Stuffed with Glutinous Rice, Wild Mushrooms and Truffle for a satisfying sharing dish and a melt-in-your-mouth Pan-fried Wagyu Beef Fillet with Chilled Salad in Sesame Sauce to balance out the richness of the beef.

And of course, what’s a CNY meal without Yu Sheng? Toss to new heights and ring in a year of prosperity with Hai Tien Lo’s five auspicious Yu Sheng platters (S$48 per platter).

We can’t go without mentioning the Chef’s Recommended Blossoming Treasures Yu Sheng with Gold and Silver Flakes, Lobster, Scallops, Black Caviar and Shredded Vegetable Salad in Passion Fruit Sauce.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Hai Tien Lo is located at 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595.
FInd out more and make your reservation here.

5. Jade Restaurant – The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

From 25 January to 27 February 2021, welcome the Lunar New Year at Jade Restaurant and enjoy a sumptuous feast with your friends and family, with family style set menus, individual menus, and a-la-carte options to choose from.

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Premium Gold Rush Salmon Yu Sheng

We’ve got to highlight the gorgeously plated Premium Gold Rush Salmon Yu Sheng (from S$78++ to S$138++), with the colourful ingredients meticulously arranged into an image of the spirited bull, and elevated by champagne jelly, shallot oil and kumquat dressing, striking a captivating balance of rich and refreshing flavours.

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant jade fullerton menu
Poached Wagyu Beef and White Radish Dumpling

Returning favourite this year include the much-loved signature Braised Bird’s Nest with Crab Meat, Crab Roe and Truffle Jus in Superior Broth (S$48++) and Poached Wagyu Beef and White Radish Dumpling (S$16++ per person), shaped to resemble auspicious gold ingots and filled with hearty flavour.

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant jade fullerton menu
The Cornucopia of Wealth

Add a lavish treat to your CNY reunion dinner with The Cornucopia of Wealth (S$88++ per person), a pen cai layered with a generous array of delicacies including premium whole abalone, fish maw, sea cucumber, dried scallops, braised pork trotter, dried oysters, flower mushrooms and more.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Jade Restaurant is located at 1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Singapore 049178.
Find out more information and make your reservation here.

6. Xperience Restaurant – SO/ Singapore

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant xperience yusheng
Yu Sheng Platter

Celebrate the year of the Ox at Xperience Restaurant from 12 February to 26 February 2021 with your loved ones, and savour an indulgent 3 or 4 course Chinese & European fusion set menu (S$38 and S$48) including free-flow of three types of assorted dim sum and Chinese tea and Yu Sheng Platters from S$58.

Some of the highlights from the set menu include the“Gold Ingot” Chicken & Foie Gras Tortellini with Chicken Broth, Mint, Basil & Coriander; “Nian Nian You Yu” Steamed Fresh Market Fish of the Day with Thicken Prawn Bouillabaise; and “Nian Gao” Homemade Baked Coconut Scented Glutinous Rice Cake!

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Xperience Restaurant is located at 35 Robinson Road, SO/ Singapore, Singapore 068876.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

7. Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant – Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

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Steam Barramundi Fillet with Chef’s Zesty Garlic Sauce (left), and Roast Duck with Tangerine Sauce (right)

Experience the CNY reunion joy in a casual, laidback setting from 28 January to 28 February 2021 at Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant.

Choose from four curated menus by Executive Chef Victor Lee, with prices starting from S$338++ for 4 persons to $818++ for 8, and feast on creative signatures such as Wok-fried Laksa Flavour Seafood Fried Rice, Signature Roasted Duck with Tangerine Sauce and sweet desserts like Chilled Raindrop Mint Jell-O with Peach Collagen or Sweet Yam Paste.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant is located at 50 East Coast Road, Level 2, Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy, Roxy Square, Singapore 428769.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

8. Shang Palace – Shangri-La Hotel

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant shang palace

Celebrate the year of the ox with an exquisite 7-course and 8-course set menus as well as delectable a la carte selections at Shang Palace from 25 January to 26 February 2021!

Aptly named Prosperity, Harmonious, Opulence and Abundance, these 8-course set menus start from S$168++ per person, with delectable dishes such as Fortune Yu Sheng with Norwegian Smoked Salmon and Poached Lobster, Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, Braised Whole Abalone, Braised Bird’s Nest with Sea Cucumber, Wok-fried Boston Lobster with Green Pepper Sauce and more.

There’s also the 7-course vegetarian menu priced at S$108++, featuring highlights such as Fortune Longevity Vegetarian Yu Sheng, Braised Bird’s Nest, Assorted Vegetables with Black Truffle Paste, and more.

If you fancy some a-la-carte dishes instead, the Pan-fried Sun-dried Oyster filled with Shrimp Paste, Sautéed Scallop with Lily Buds and Purple Potato, Baked Abalone and Diced Roasted Goose Pie, Steamed Bun with Parma Ham and Spring Onion, and Deep-fried Taro Pastry with Diced Wagyu Beef are just a few of your options.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Shang Palace is located at 22 Orange Grove Road, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore 258350.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

9. The Lobby Lounge, Shangri-La Hotel

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant the lobby lounge

Have you always had traditional Chinese fare during CNY? Switch it up this time round and feast on a 6-course set meal (S$200++) of peranakan and local favourites at The Lobby Lounge.

The specially curated menu feeds four and includes Chilli Crab Claw, Ayam Pongtay, Nyonya Chap Chye and Kong Bak Pau at The Lobby Lounge, and is available for lunch from 11 to 14 February 2021, the set menu is suitable for four persons.

The Lobby Lounge is located at 22 Orange Grove Road, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore 258350.
Find out more and make your reservation here

10. The Line, Shangri-La Hotel

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant the line

If set menus don’t seem to be able to satisfy everyone in the family, perhaps an a la carte buffet will be a better option.

From 11 to 13 February, feast to your heart’s content this CNY with The Line’s Hearty Spring Reunion Buffets, with lunch prices starting from S$88++ and dinner prices starting from S$108++ per pax.

The festive a la carte buffets include unlimited servings of more than 88 delectable dishes that are made-to- order and served to the table, and you’ll be spoilt for choice with traditional Chinese favourites such as Braised Seabass, Herbal Drunken Sea Prawns; a Seafood Platter that includes Boston Lobster, Canadian Oyster, Snow Crab, Sri Lankan Crab; and delicious indulgences such as Hokkaido Scallop Sashimi and Pot- roast Australian Angus Beef Sirloin.

The Line is located at 22 Orange Grove Road, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore 258350.
Find out more and make your reservation here

11. Blue Jasmine – Park Hotel Farrer Park

Reunite with your loved ones from 1 to 28 February 2021 and welcome the Lunar New Year over joy, laughter and mouth-watering Thai Chinese fusion dishes and sumptuous a la carte buffet at Blue Jasmine.

Joining the line-up of incredible dishes for the first time is the Prosperity Pot, a pot of gold overflowing with luxurious seafoods and fresh vegetables with a twist — the usual broth is switched for a piquant clear tom yum soup simmered together with tiger prawns, plump black mussels and scallops, whole slipper lobster and abalone.

Not forgetting the CNY classic, Yu Sheng! Blue Jasmine adds traditionally Thai elements into their Thai Chin Yu Sheng. Featuring slices of silky smoked salmon served with a tall mountain of crispy rice crackers, and vegetables and fruit including the quintessentially Thai green mango and papaya alongside pomelo and pickles, and a unique and refreshing plum and passionfruit sauce.

chinese new year reunion dinner restaurant blue jasmine

From 11 to 13 February 2021, the generous a la carte buffet (from S$68.80++) awaits. You can look forward to a selection of signature seafoods such as the lip-smacking Butter Prawns, Deep Fried Seabass Fillet which features crispy seabass fully coated with a unique housemade Thai sauce and classic Kaprao Squid. New to the menu this year is Khao Soi Salmon, a traditional dish hailing from Northern Thailand.

Enjoy refreshing salads such as the fruity Pomelo Salad and traditional Thai Salad; little bites such as the Deep Fried Fish Cake and crowd favourite Cha-om Fried Egg; and a hot bowl of rich Tom Kha Gai Chicken Soup that boasts a housemade tom yum soup simmered with coconut milk, fresh herbs, smashed birds eye chilli and lime.

Love greens? Well, you’re in luck! You’ll be delighted to know that the buffet offers a selection of greens as well, including a comforting Thai Vegetarian Green Curry to Stir Fried Seasonal Vegetables and fragrant Wok Fried Kailan with Dried Shrimps

And of course, no buffet is complete without dessert. The evening ends sweet with a variety of confections such as traditional Thai Mango Sticky Rice, colourful Red Ruby with Ice Cream, and the must-try Mao Shan Wang Durian Pengat – a bittersweet dessert showcasing the perfect combination of warm mao shan wang puree finished with coconut cream and topped with cold coconut ice cream.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Blue Jasmine is located at 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Park Hotel, Farrer Park, Singapore 217564.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

12. Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant – Singapore Marriot Tang Plaza Hotel

Best known for its exquisite Cantonese cuisine, Wan Hao is the Chinese New Year reunion dinner restaurant to visit if you’re looking for traditional dishes that are often savoured during the festive season.

There are a few set menus to choose from, with prices ranging from S$108.80++ per person to S$2,088 per table (of 8).

Dishes to look forward to include the Deep-Fried Lobster with Champagne Honey Sauce and Roast Pi-Pa Duck (both from the S$128.80 per pax menu) and the Lobster, Salmon, Scallop, Tuna & Caviar Yu Sheng (from the S$2,088 per table menu).

These Chinese New Year menus are available from 20 January to 26 February.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is located at 320 Orchard Road, Level 3, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Singapore 238865.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

13. Putien

Putien is a casual family diner that most of us have visited and it’s one of the most convenient Chinese New Year reunion dinner restaurants you’ll most likely think of. Their Chinese New Year set menus are available from 13 January to 26 February and they’re open throughout the festive season except the first day of Chinese New Year (12 February).

Set menus prices range from S$118++ (for two) to S$698++ (for 8), which are certainly among the most affordable ones in this list.

Highlights found in the menu for eight include the Abalone Prosperity Yu Sheng, Abalone Pen Cai, Scallop and Asparagus in XO Sauce, and their signature Stir-fried Yam.

Note that there are dining slots for their dinner service, each lasting 1 hour 15 minutes or 1 hour 30 minutes, depending on how big the group is.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Putien is located at several locations and you can find the one most convenient for you here.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

14. Yan Ting, The St. Regis Singapore

Available from 15 January to 26 February, Yan Ting offers both set menus and a la carte options for your Chinese New Year reunion dinner.

Set menus are priced between S$128++ per person and S$1,388++ per table (of eight persons) and feature Yu Sheng with Abalone and premium dishes such as Boston Lobster with signature XO sauce.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Yan Ting is located at 29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Level 1USingapore 247911.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

15. Empress

If you enjoy crispy salmon skin in your yusheng at your Chinese New Year reunion dinner, you’ll be able to enjoy a good one at Empress. Its popular Smoked Salmon, Silver Bait & Crispy Salmon Skin Yu Sheng is back again in 2021 and can be ordered as an a la carte item or as part of the set menu.

The Chinese New Year set menus from Empress is available from 1 to 28 February and you can choose from five-, six-, or eight-course sets with prices that range from S$88 per person to S$128 per person, making this one of the more affordable options in the list.

The S$128 eight-course menu features the Braised Bird’s Nest with Seafood & Egg White, Braised 10-Head South African Abalone with Mushroom and Spinach, as well as an unconventional dessert, Sticky Date & Longan Pudding to complete the meal sweetly.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Empress is located at 1 Empress Place, Asian Civilisations Museum, #01-03, Singapore 179555.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

16. Jiang-Nan Chun – Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Established with the concept of 享乐主义 (the principle of enjoyment), this Michelin-starred restaurant is inspired by the pastoral lifestyle of the Jiang Nan region and serves authentic Cantonese cuisine that you can’t resist.

Its Chinese New Year set menus are priced between S$168++ per person to S$288++ per person. The S$288+ menu includes six courses, featuring Double-Boiled Chicken Soup with Fish Maw, Sea Whelk and Ginseng, and Double-Boiled Hashima as a dessert.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Jiang-Nan Chun is located at 190 Orchard Boulevard, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, Singapore 248646.
Make your reservation here.

17. Wah Lok – Carlton Hotel Singapore

This award-winning Chinese restaurant is ready to welcome diners for Chinese New Year reunion dinners from 1 to 26 February.

The Chef and his team has prepared exquisite seven- and eight-course menus, highlighted by classics such as Steamed Live Soon Hock, Pan-fried Hokkaido Scallop with Golden Sauce, and Braised Whole Abalone.

You can also look forward to a variety of yusheng options, including their signature Lo Hei, Alaskan Crab Lo Hei and Hamachi Yu Sheng in “Soon Tak” style.

Prices range from S$398++ for 4 persons to S$1,288++ for 8 persons.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Wah Lok is located at 76 Bras Basah Road, Level 2, Carlton Hotel Singapore, Singapore 189558.
Make your reservation here.

18. Kai Garden

A Cantonese fine dining restaurant, Kai Garden is loved for its comfortable ambience and exquisite Cantonese food and dim sum.

The chef has designed a few Chinese New Year set menus this year, with prices ranging from S$118++ per person to S$4,888 per table (of 8). Takeaway packages are also available if you prefer to dine at home.

Highlights include the Double-boiled Shark’s Fin Soup with Chicken and Sea Whelk and Double-boiled Coral Seaweed with Eight Treasures.

View Chinese New Year menus here.

Kai Garden is located at 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-128A/B, Marina Square, Singapore 039594.
Make your reservation here.

19. Crystal Jade

There are many set menu options at Crystal Jade and prices range from S$108++ per person to S$1,928 per table (of 8).

Even for the most affordable menu, the offerings are generous. You can look forward to Bird’s Nest, Scallop, and 8-Head Abalone in the courses.

See all menus here.

Crystal Jade is located at multiple locations, and you can find out more at their website.

20. Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House

Known for serving quality Chinese cuisine with a twist, Blue Lotus is where you should visit for some new age options at your Chinese New Year reunion dinner.

Its Signature Norwegian Smoked Salmon Yusheng is highly raved about, and features 10 herbs and vegetables, two aromatic spices, three types of nuts, tea-smoked salmon, and salmon skin.

When it comes to their Chinese New Year set menus, prices range from S$88++ per pax to S$108 per pax.

View all menus here.

Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House is located 31 Ocean Way, #01-13, Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375.
Make your reservation here.

21. Shisen Hanten


For a fine epicurean experience, consider Shisen Hanten, the highest Michelin-rated Chinese restaurant in Singapore.

From 11 February to 26 February, you can order from seven Chinese New Year themed menus and have a scrumptious reunion dinner in style.

Set menu prices range from S$128.80++ per person to S$298.80++ per person. There are also many a la carte items to choose from if you prefer to customise your own dinner.

View all menus here.

Shisen Hanten is located 333 Orchard Road, Level 35, Mandarin Orchard Singapore, Orchard Wing, SIngapore 238867.
Make your reservation here.

22. CÉ LA VI

You’re in for a tantalising and indulgent CNY dinner at CÉ LA VI from 8 to 21 February (excluding 14 February)! Gather your loved ones 57 floors above the city lights and dig into a scrumptious six-course Set Dinner Menu (S$158++ per pax) featuring Asian cuisine with a modern twist.

Each dish is tied to a Chinese traditional value, namely prosperity, longevity, harmony, luck, wealth and love. Look forward to a scrumptious feast including the classic Yu Sheng, a Heirloom Tomato Salad & Burrata, Black Truffle Chicken Soup, Steamed Kühlbarra Seabass,Iberico Pork Loin, and lastly the Prosperity Koi dessert!

The Prosperity Yu Sheng (S$15++ per pax) will also be available as an a la carte option from 8 – 28 February, with an advance order of three days.

CÉ LA VI is located at 1 Bayfront Avenue. Level 57, Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands, Hotel, Singapore 018971.
Find out more here and make your reservation by phone at +65 6508 2188 or email at [email protected].

23. the kitchen table – W Singapore

Usher in an Ox-traordinary Lunar New Year with W Singapore – Sentosa Cove’s Huat A Feast (S$128++ per pax), a luxurious oriental feast, complete with Lo Hei.

From 11 to 13 February, gather your loved ones during dinnertime for a specially-crafted Chinese feast, featuring elevated renditions of oriental dishes! Start the meal with a bowl of piping hot Stewed Bamboo Pit, Crabmeat and Fish Maw Superior Thick Broth followed by a selection of barbequed meats including Charcoal Roasted Duck and Honey Glazed Pork Char Siew. Complete the family feasting with Dong Po Stewed Pork Shoulder in Spicy Sweet Sauce, Marinated Five Spice Beef Shank, Steamed Scallop with Minced Garlic and Vermicelli amongst others.

the kitchen table is located at 21 Ocean Way, W Singapore, Sentosa, Singapore 098374.
Find out more here and make your reservation by phone at +65 6808 7268 or email at [email protected].

24. Canton Garden – Fairmont Singapore

This Lunar New Year, indulge in exquisite Cantonese classics at Canton Garden, the crowd-favourite Cantonese pop-up concept at Szechuan Court!

Presenting a flourish of prosperity set menus this Lunar New Year from 25 January – 26 February, the restaurant is offering five Lunar New Year set menus priced from S$98++ per person to S$188++ per person, with a vegetarian option available.

Toss to a year of prosperity with luxurious Yu Sheng options ranging from S$68++ to S$168++. Pamper your palate with the opulent Joyfulness Yu Sheng served with salmon, snow crab and abalone, or enjoy a unique and modern take on Yu Sheng, the Healthy Snow Swallow “Xue Yan” Coconut Yu Sheng made with fresh coconut meat.

Canton Garden is located at 80 Bras Basah Rd, Fairmont Singapore, Singapore 189560.
Find out more and make your reservation here.

25. Zafferano

On 13 and 14 February 2021, ring in the new year at Zafferano with their lavish Champagne Brunch (from S$98++ per pax), except with a festive twist this time round.

Featuring contemporary Italian fare, including dishes inspired by flavours of Chinese festive delights, feast on a sumptuous assortment of starters, pasta, risotto, and main courses, as well as desserts, all served sharing style at every table – just like how Italians and Chinese have celebrated gatherings across generations.

In the joyful spirit of the festivities, you’ll also get to enjoy unlimited pours from an elegant Astoria Extra Dry Rosè Venezia Honor Jeroboam. With an auspicious pink hue, the rosè prosecco is perfect as a toast to the occasion, alongside champagne, premium wines, and beer.

Zafferano is located at 10 Collyer Quay, Level 43, Ocean Financial Centre, Singapore 049315.
Find out more here, and make your reservation online via the website.

26. 藝 yì by Jereme Leung

From now to 26 February 2021, revel in time-honoured joyous reunions with family and business associates with unique creations at 藝 yì by Jereme Leung.

Discover provincial Chinese specialities alongside Lunar New Year favourites such as Yu Sheng, Baked Lobster with XO Sauce and Cheese, Braised Pork Belly with Dried Oysters, as well as Crispy Glutinous Rice Cake with Shredded Coconut, available as a la carte selections and presented as set menus (from S$168++ onwards).

Suite Reunion Private Dining packages are also available for gatherings of five persons or more (capped at a maximum of 8 persons), so you can celebrate the Lunar New Year in the privacy of the Hotel’s spacious Residence Suite with a choice of your preferred Lunar New Year set menu at an exclusive additional S$500++.

藝 yì by Jereme Leung is located at 1 Beach Rd, Singapore 189673.
Find out more and make your reservation here.