5 best Chinese New Year takeaways

Celebrate Chinese New Year at home in style with these decadent and sumptuous goodies. 

5 best Chinese New Year takeaway bundles
5 best Chinese New Year takeaway bundles
09 Feb 2018

5 best Chinese New Year takeaway bundles

Is your family the type to celebrate Chinese New Year at home rather than at a buzzy restaurant? Holding a get-together in the office? Save the trouble of cooking and enjoy top-notch dishes by award-winning Chinese restaurants, all in the comfort of a space familiar to you. From exquisite yu shengs to extravagant pots of seafood, vegetables and meat, here are 6 excellent restaurants in Singapore offering festive takeaway bundles this 2018!

This story first appeared on City Nomads.

Full of Luck Club: Decadent Abalone Fortune Pot
Full of Luck Club: Decadent Abalone Fortune Pot
09 Feb 2018

Full of Luck Club: Decadent Abalone Fortune Pot

Full of Luck Club is the trendy Holland Village Chinese restaurant that’s also the little brother to the acclaimed Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant. This year, turn your attention toward their Takeaway Bundles of Joy, which sees the Decadent Abalone Fortune Pot ($368+), a massive pen cai dish that feeds up to 10 people. Brimming with premium stewed seafood, vegetables, meats, and of course, whole abalones, this makes for an excellent centrepiece on your dining table. Alternatively, the Signature Five Fortune Platter ($48+) is chock full of golden sauce prawns, golden sand corn, gold money bags, curry floss soft shell crabs, and honey glazed char siew. Holding a participating credit card? You’ll get to enjoy a 20% discount off your takeaway order.

Available till February 27.

Full of Luck Club is located at 243 Holland Ave, Singapore 278977, p. +65 6208 6845, e. reservations@fullofluck.club.

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant: Buddha Jumps Over The Wall
Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant: Buddha Jumps Over The Wall
09 Feb 2018

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant: Buddha Jumps Over The Wall

The Supreme Braised Buddha Jumps Over The Wall (see first slide) may sound bizarre, and in a good way, it is. At $388 for a small pot and $688 for a large one, this new takeaway creation at Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is just one of the many treasure pots delicately and painstakingly prepared by Executive Chinese Chef Chan Shun Wong, and boasts luxurious ingredients like the premium eight-headed whole abalone, superior fish maw, sea cucumber, goose web, pig trotter, dried scallops, flower mushroom and ling zhi mushroom. It’s not quite Chinese New Year without the obligatory lo hei either – get the delicious Salmon Yusheng with Fish Skin and Passion Fruit Yogurt Dressing ($78/S, $98/L) to go, and for good measure, how about some of Xin’s popular Yam and Pumpkin Cake ($48)?

Available till March 2.

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is located at 317 Outram Rd, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore 169075, p. +65 6731 7173, e. xin.sinhi@ihg.com. Enjoy up to 25% off your purchase when you order online here.

The Carvery: Pulled Pork Lohei
The Carvery: Pulled Pork Lohei
09 Feb 2018

The Carvery: Pulled Pork Lohei

Ever tried a yu sheng platter with pulled pork? And we’re not talking just any pork, but premium quality meat from The Carvery, the restaurant known for its meltingly tender roasts. Featuring a unique combination of ingredients, their special Pulled Pork Lohei also stars fried fish skin, granny smith apple strips, caramelised walnuts, orange pearls, fried pickled ginger, balsamic peach dressing, and crisp tortilla pok chui crackers – all for just $38.80++ and feeding up to six.

Available till February 27.

The Carvery is located at L7, 323 Alexandra Rd, Singapore 159972, p. +65 6828 8880, e.thecarvery.phal@parkhotelgroup.com.

Min Jiang: Tree of Blossoming Treasures
Min Jiang: Tree of Blossoming Treasures
09 Feb 2018

Min Jiang: Tree of Blossoming Treasures

It’s not Chinese New Year without some delectable festive treats, and one of the stars this year is undoubtedly Min Jiang’s stunning Tree of Blossoming Treasures ($98 nett). The 28-cm tall edible showpiece is inspired by the bonsai tree’s delicate beauty, made with vanilla pound cake for the ingot base and fondant icing and chocolate for the curvy branches and mini ingots – talk about prosperous. While you’re at it, go for the addictive Salted Egg Yolk Yam Chips with Sichuan Spice ($36.80 nett) made with the chef’s addictive mala seasoning.

Available till March 2.

Min Jiang is located at Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228221, p. +65 6730 1704. Min Jiang at One-North is located at No. 5 Rochester Park, Singapore 139216, p. +65 6774 0122.

Hai Tien Lo: Homemade Kumquat Sugee and Cantonese Sponge Cake
Hai Tien Lo: Homemade Kumquat Sugee and Cantonese Sponge Cake
09 Feb 2018

Hai Tien Lo: Homemade Kumquat Sugee and Cantonese Sponge Cake

Nothing says good fortune like the novel and very fruity Homemade Kumquat Sugee Cake from award-winning restaurant Hai Tien Lo. Wrapped in a beautiful pink fondant layer on the outside and intensely fragrant, citrusy, and moist on the inside, you can also complement this with the savoury Cantonese Sponge Cake (a traditional favourite) that's spiked with salted egg. To pass around to families and friends, you won’t go wrong with the restaurant’s best-selling Rainbow Kueh Lapis or pair of Chinese New Year Koi Nian Gao either! 

Available till March 2.

Hai Tien Lo is located at L3 Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595, p. +65 6826 8240. Place your orders here.

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