Chinese New Year is the time for friends and family, catching up over dinner filled with Chinese New Year goodies. With a lot of Chinese New Year package, we have some suggestions on which ones should be under your radar:
The Soup Restaurant needs no extensive introduction. This year the Soup Restaurant has curated a set meal fit for two up to five people. The menu includes Soup Restaurant's famous Samsui Ginger Chicken, Salmon Yu Sheng and Lobster Treasure Pot.
With meals starting from $44 per person, the Soup Restaurant is offering a great value meal. At the same time, Soup Restaurant is offering a takeaway menu suitable for 6 and 8 people, starting from $298.
|Website||Soup Restaurant CNY Set Menu|
Wan He Lou will always be a right choice if you'd like some homemade Chinese food that offers great quality for the price. They are best known for their Lobster Porridge that was recently featured in The Straits Times, which you have to try! Wan He Lou will always be the best value-for-money choice.
Their reunion dinner set starts at $268 for four people. This would be our pick for a reasonably priced reunion set meals as the set meals include sharks fin soup, abalone, and lobster for the other set menu. Despite the less prime location, you would easily be able to find Wan He Lou driving down Maude Road.
Complete your night of catching up and nostalgia with classic dishes from their "Yesterday Once More" Chinese New Year buffet menu.
From braised grouper in clay pot to braised duck with sea cucumber and mushroom, Grand Park City Hall's buffet spread will transport you through time with every bite. All at the price of $55 and $68 for lunch and dinner respectively.
What's best about this offering is that, with HSBC Revolution Card, a person would dine free for every three diners. What's the point of remembering the good old times without the people that went through it with you?
|Website||Yesterday Once More Website|
Situated at Orchard Road, Mitzo is the perfect place to arrange a weekday meetups and dinner.
The restaurant by Chef Nicky Ng- former head chef of Michelin-starred Hakkasan in New York- will surely leave you wanting for more. With great experience, creativity and flair you expect nothing less but perfection from Mitzo.
Putting the fresh ingredients on the pedestal, Mitzo has whipped up a menu infusing creative modern twist to known traditional dishes, such as their Pearl of prosperity Kingfish Yu Sheng and Treasure Pot cooked in Mitzo's homemade broth.
|Website||Mitzo Lunar New Year Menu|
After your stroll at Gardens by The Bay checking out their Chinese New Year special display, take a rest at Majestic Bay and have a meal surrounded by greeneries overlooking the bay.
Though the price point is at the higher-end, they have mouth watering menu curated for diners, starting from Yu-Sheng topped with Chinese black truffle, smoked salmon and abalone to celebrate the good luck and prosperity to come in the year of Rooster and many others. It's worth checking out and we've got the details below.
|Website||Majestic Bay CNY Menu|
So these are our picks this Chinese New Year Restaurants. Please remember to book in advance as most restaurants in Singapore would be extremely busy these days.
We can't wait to toss Yu-Sheng and feast on abalone and other delicacies with the people closest to us. We hope that you have a wonderful Chinese New Year catching up with your friends and family. Before you drive around from one dinner to the next, like our Facebook and get the latest update on road closure. If you're thinking of renting a car we have a special promotion for you.