More Dining Destinations for Chinese New Year!
@ 22 Jan 2020
Planning for a get together with relatives and friends during the Lunar New year can be stressful sometimes, dreadful. Save the trouble… Cuisine & Wine Asia has compiled a list of places to dine this Chinese New Year!
Mimi at The Riverhouse
This Lunar New Year, Head Chef Sam Chong and Executive Culinary Director Chef Daniel Koh of Mimi at The Riverhouse will be redefining Chinese dining through a modern menu that uses both traditional and modern preparation techniques.
With three set menus – Set A (SGD68++ per pax for four to six), Set B (SGD88++ per pax for six to eight) and Set C (SGD108 for eight to ten), guests can expect a bountiful meal that will make any dinner gathering enjoyable and memorable.
Each set menu comprises of the Mimi Prosperity Akagai Yu Sheng (SGD48 for small, SGD88 for large) which will feature Akagai ark shell clams, deep fried yam, picked red ginger & winter melon, pomelo, deep fried salmon skin, truffle oil and yuzu dressing.
Highlights of each menu include Superior Collagen Broth with foie gras wantons, Ho See Fat Choy – wok-fried roasted pork with dried oysters & black moss, Truffle Fried Rice & Scallops, Mimi’s Signature Roast Duck and Abalone Pork Trotter and Soy King Prawns.
17 January 2020 – 9 February 2020
12.00pm – 3.00pm, 6.00pm to 10.30pm
For reservations, please call (65) 6261 1189 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pulling out all the stops to celebrate the Lunar New Year, V Dining by V-Zug will be showcasing a luxurious feast with a series of unforgettable delectable delights!
Head Chef Lee Jin Peng will be tapping on his creativity to prepare a menu featuring innovative and contemporary cuisine married with classic Chinese culinary inspirations for gastronomes looking for a lavish festive meal with wishes for prosperity, happiness and auspiciousness.
A 10-course creation will be served, and include dishes like Scallops with Asparagus, Double-boiled Crab Meat Soup, Black Fungus, Tofu, Egg; and Stir-Fry Angel Hair with Abalone and Broccoli. Each dish is conceptualised to marry both modern cooking styles with traditional flavours, and will cater to every generation of the family.
Of course, no Chinese New Year celebration will be complete without Yu Sheng, and the Prosperity Yu Sheng to ring in good fortune and health.
8 January 2020 – 8 February 2020 (except 25, 26 & 27 January 2020)
Tuesdays to Fridays: 12.00pm to 2.30pm, 6.00pm to 9.30pm
Saturdays: 12.00pm to 2.00pm, 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Sundays: 12.00pm to 2.00pm
For reservations, please call (65) 6950 4868 or email email@example.com
Mitzo at Grand Park Orchard
Want to really impress your older relatives? Then Mitzo at Grand Park Orchard is the place to go! Executive Chef Nicky Ng will be preparing a bountiful range of dishes and menus with the utmost care and precision.
Because of Chef Ng’s attention to detail, guests can rest assured knowing that their Chinese New Year celebrations will definitely include enjoyable food and a great ambience. Dishes like the Peng Cai and Yu Sheng will be in the special menu, and will welcome in a year of abundance, luck, fortune and happiness.
Two renditions of the Peng Cai will be offered to guests – the Miso Peng Cai and classic Peng Cai, each presenting a nostalgic memory for the older generation to remember their younger days when families prepared the flavourful dish effortlessly for a prosperous Chinese New Year.
Packed with auspicious Chinese New Year delicacies, the indulgent pot is simmered with Mitzo’s homemade broth, giving rise to a mix of complex and intense flavours and fragrances.
6 January 2020 – 8 February 2020
12.00pm – late (daily)
For reservations, please call (65) 6603 8855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org