Best Chinese New Year takeaways and goodies to bring home

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

Celebrate Chinese New Year at home in style with these decadent and sumptuous goodies
Celebrate Chinese New Year at home in style with these decadent and sumptuous goodies
10 Jan 2020

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

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 some of the best 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 the best Chinese New Year takeaways this year.

This story first appeared on City Nomads.

Imperial Treasure
Imperial Treasure
10 Jan 2020

Imperial Treasure

Michelin-starred Imperial Treasure celebrates the Year of the Rat with a fresh lineup of exquisite Chinese New Year takeaway options. Toss to an auspicious year with four stunning variations of the Fatt Choy Yu Sheng (with prices starting from S$32.80++) – Abalone, Salmon, Vegetarian, and an all-new Hamachi (S$98/$196++) edition with fresh amberjack sashimi. If the weather’s got you feeling chilly, warm up the family reunion with an opulent Abalone Treasure Pot (starting at S$348++), featuring premium whole abalone and fish maw, Japanese dried scallops, Chinese dried oysters, and more. For desserts, savour the flavour of good fortune with Glutinous Rice Cake, Chestnut Cake, Carrot Cake, or Yam Cake ( from S$23.80++) dressed in its very own a festive box. Pineapple pastries and pineapple balls are also available to add some sweetness to the festivities.

The deets: Fatt Choy Yu Sheng are available from now till Feb 8. Treasure Pot and other festive goodies are available from now till Jan 24. Complimentary local delivery is available for festive goodies orders above S$800. Click here to view CNY brochure or pre-order here.

Imperial Treasure outlets are available islandwide. For more information, click here.

Yan Ting
Yan Ting
10 Jan 2020

Yan Ting

Embrace an auspicious Lunar New Year with refined Cantonese delights at Yan Ting, in The St. Regis Singapore. Select the Prosperity Yu Sheng with Ten-Head Abalone (S$118/$298+) for optimum indulgence, while the vegetarian Sea Coconut (S$68/$78+) alternative comes just as exquisite. Highlights of their gourmet takeaways also include the fork-tender Braised Duck with Black Fungus and Sea Cucumber (S$88+), and, while it may not be Year of the Boar, we suggest going the whole hog with a decadent Chinese New Year Pun Choy (S$488+) brimming with premium abalone, roast duck, pork shank and black moss, simmered in deeply flavoursome broth.

 The pun choy comes along with a Medium Prosperity “Yu Sheng” with Norwegian Salmon, Fried Glutinous Rice with Preserved Meats and Osmanthus Water Chestnut Cake. Gourmands, anticipate the return of the Double Happiness Glutinous Rice Cakes (S$60.80+) presented in a pair of koi fish, or treat friends and family to the savoury Happiness Treasure Taro-Pumpkin Cake (S$42.80+), a blend of taro and specially imported Japanese Squash imbued with bits of shrimp and Chinese sausage.

The deets: Order takeaway items are available from now until 8 February 2020; an advance order of three working days is required.

Yan Ting is located at Level 1U, The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911, p. +65 6506 6887. Opens daily for lunch 12pm-2.30pm and dinner 6.30pm-10.30pm.

Grand Hyatt Singapore
Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Jan 2020

Grand Hyatt Singapore

Looking to impress visitors this year? The Grand Hyatt celebrates this Lunar New Year with goodies and sweets that look almost too good to eat. Over 20 unique takeaways and store items are available for ordering online: from traditional treats like Almond Sugee Cookies (S$32 nett for 240g) and oh-so-addictive Prawn Rolls (S$32 nett for 285g), to modern twists including beautifully coloured New Year Pralines (from S$22 nett), Red Velvet Lychee Cakes (S$78 nett for 900g) and Charcoal Bamboo Sesame Love Letters ( S$32 nett). So whether you’re dead-set on kicking off another year of social sustainability with orders of Double Happiness and Good Luck Sustainable Yu Sheng (from S$55 nett) or wowing guests with intricately designed Mahjong Pralines (S$168 nett), look no further!

The deets: All takeaway items are available from the online store, click here to order. Available from now till Jan 27, all online orders are entitled to a 10% discount and collection is available up till Jan 31.

Grand Hyatt Singapore is located at 10 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228211, p. +65 6738 1234. 

yì by Jereme Leung
yì by Jereme Leung
10 Jan 2020

yì by Jereme Leung

Spread the joy and bring home Yu Sheng takeaways from newly-opened yì by Jereme Leung. Expect nothing short of luxury from this new kid on the Chinese fine dining scene, with a fresh selection of auspicious ingredients in the Fortune Yu Sheng with Smoked Salmon & Specialty Yunnan Rose Dressing (S$168++, serves 7-10) and Prosperity Yu Sheng with Asian Live Lobster & Yunnan Rose Specialty Dressing (S$198++, serves 7-10). Every order includes your choice of smoked salmon or live lobster, brought together in a delightful home-made Yunnan rose dressing crafted by Master Chef Jereme Leung himself.

The deets: Yu Sheng Takeaways are available from now till Feb 8; and advance order of two days notice is required.

yì by Jereme Leung is located at 328 North Bridge Rd, Raffles Arcade, #03-02, Singapore 188719, p. +65 6337 1886. daily 11.30am – 2pm, 6.15pm – 10pm.

Cherry Garden 
Cherry Garden 
10 Jan 2020

Cherry Garden 

Don’t slave over a stove when you could be spending time with family – take home the perfect heritage dishes from the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore’s Cherry Garden. Sink your teeth into Slow-cooked Beef Brisket Stew, enmeshed with fork-tender tendon and turnip, or warm your heart with Traditional Steamed Chicken with Chinese pork sausage, black moss and dried oyster in sha cha sauce. For gifts of prosperity and happiness, opt for luxurious hampers of Special Radish Cake or Golden Pumpkin Nian Gao with mixed nuts.

The deets: For takeaway orders or enquiries, please e-mail mosin-festive@mohg.com or call 6885 3081.

Cherry Garden is located at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is located at 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797.

Janice Wong
Janice Wong
10 Jan 2020

Janice Wong

Janice Wong lends an artistic slant to our Chinese New Year celebrations with an exciting collection of festive treats. This year’s offering sees the return of Janice Wong’s Chinese New Year Hampers, available in three limited-edition options: 6 Cookie Jars (S$168), 9 Cookie Jars (S$238) and the 5 Cookie Jars & 4 Teas set (S$238), all of which include feature items such as chocolate pineapple tarts and kueh bangkit. There are also Chinese New Year exclusive chocolate bars in two flavours – Mandarin Orange and Hae Bee Hiam – and a CNY special Mr Rat Chocolate (S$35 a pair): an adorable chocolate mouse filled with cocoa almonds.

The deets: Janice Wong festive goodies are available online from now till Feb 10.

Janice Wong stores are available islandwide.

The Boutique at 15 Stamford
The Boutique at 15 Stamford
10 Jan 2020

The Boutique at 15 Stamford

At The Boutique at 15 Stamford, festive takeaways take shape in the form of mouthwatering coffee table favourites – think Green Pea Cookies (S$22+), Kuih Bangkit (S$25+) and Prawn Rolls (S$15+). Looking for a centrepiece? Look no further for yet another rendition of the Mahjong Set Chocolate Palines (S$38+), or make your New Year gift stand out from the rest with The Boutique’s Lunar New Year Hamper (S$298+), filled with Astrolabe red wine, housemade pineapple tarts, South African abalone, 90 Day Organic Premium Grade Rice, and more. Click here to order.

The deets: Takeaways are available from now till Feb 8. 

The Capitol Kempinski is located at 15 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178906, p. +65 6715 6871.

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