Serve a meal as bountiful as the scam calls you’ve been getting these days with these best takeaway menus in Singapore for Chinese Brand new Year 2023.
Pen cai remains the mainstay for many restaurants this Year of the Rabbit, from classic renditions filled with premium seafood and meat, to more contemporary versions with exotic additions like black truffle. The dish also comes in a claypot for easy reheating and presentation, plus makes for the perfect start to your Chinese New Year 2023 reunion dinner feasts .
Another heavily-featured dish this year is the lotus leaf-wrapped chicken. Treat you and your family to the best versions in town; modern Chinese restaurant Ya Ge bakes theirs under a salt dome, while Red House Seafood slips within morsels of duck liver in theirs.
Other highlights for takeaway this year include Racines’ crispy pork trotter with wok-fried vegetables, Min Jiang’s double-boiled abalone soup, and Raffles Hotel’s Decadent Set Menu, which consists of all the essentials from appetisers to mains. See below for more details, then check out more Lunar New Year delights with regard to 2023, including the best bak kwa, yu sheng, and snacks around Singapore.
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The best Chinese Brand new Year takeaway feasts
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Hai Tien Lo
Haifisch Tien Lo’s Superior Treasure Set is a bundle of the restaurant’s Lunar New 12 months showstoppers, such as the Fortune Yu Sheng along with abalone plus smoked salmon, the Superior Treasure Pot pen cai with 15 ingredients such as lobster and sea cucumber, deep-fried crispy chicken with fermented beancurd and sesame, XO chilli sauce along with dried scallops, and Chinese language taro cake. A bottle of Xanadu Exmoor Shiraz from Margaret River is also included. The particular set comes in two sizes, either for six or ten people.
S$885. 96 – S$1, 369. 60
27 December 2022 till 5 February 2023
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Minutes Jiang at Goodwood Park Hotel offers a range of delicacies from starters to soups for takeaways, all large enough to feed 6 people. The Five Fortune Appetiser Platter kicks off the particular celebration with snacks like deep-fried prawn with mentaiko mayonnaise plus barbecued Ibérico char siu, while pen cai stars either braised boneless pork knuckle or whole spring chicken along with a wealth associated with ingredients like abalone, sea cucumber, dried scallops, and black moss. Cooked for over three hours, the double-boiled abalone soup is a comforting dish of whole abalones, fried eel fish maw, deep-fried handmade dace fish balls along with black moss, conch, matsutake mushrooms, plus radish.
S$192. 25 – S$429. 85
4 January – 5 Feb 2023
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Parkroyal Collection Pickering
Lime Restaurant’s treasure pot reunion pencil cai delivers up to 10 servings associated with baby abalone, sea cucumber, tiger prawns, roast duck and pig, sea moss fish ball, and other special treats. Supplement the Chinese New Year feast with the prosperity smoked trout yu sheng, braised eight treasure chicken knuckle with mushrooms, nuts, and vegetables, and fragrant glutinous rice with Chinese sausage, which comes wrapped in a lotus leaf.
S$45+ – S$518+
3 January – 5 February 2023
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Racine’s magnifique pen cai gets fancy by loading black truffle on top of abalone, scallops, prawns, roasted pork, duck breast, and other premium ingredients. The particular crispy pig trotter along with wok-tossed Brussels sprouts and oriental sauce fuses European and Asian culinary techniques, while their ngoh hiang swaps out the typical prawn stuffing regarding crab. Those looking to start the Year from the Rabbit in good health can choose the healthy yu sheng, which features mixed fruits and shredded veggies dressed with yuzu sauce.
S$88+ – S$498+*
* Get fifteen percent off using the promo code “EBCNY15” before 16 January 2023.
9 January – 5 February 2023
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Raffles Hotel’s Decadent Set Menus does all the heavy lifting for your Chinese language New Yr feast. Fit for up for eight people, it is a multi-course meal starting with yu sheng with abalone and Spanish Iberico ham, followed by appetisers of honey-soy-smoked patin along with osmanthus, baked eggplant with Hokkiado scallop, and crispy pork belly. Mains consist of steamed soon hock plus beancurd puffs, steamed poultry with fried ginger, and pen cai of abalone, oyster, dark moss, dried out scallop, plus sea cucumber. A finishing of grain and millet with pickled long bean and minced meat ensures no one leaves hungry.
27 Dec 2022 – 5 Feb 2023
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Red House Seafood
Red Home brings back its indulgent royal seafood container for the Season of the Bunny, which brims with quality ingredients including fish maw, fresh scallops and clams, crab, lobster, tiger prawns, and threadfin stuffed with minced pork. They also serve the particular treasure pot featuring 13 delicacies which includes sea cucumber, smoked sweet, and king oyster mushroom braised in a cuttlefish gravy, while that lotus leaf rice offers morsels of waxed meat, duck liver, and fried yam cubes. Every purchase of either container includes a complimentary lotus leaf rice. Both pots are good for up to six people, while the rice will feed four.
S$48+ – S$98+
2 The month of january – five February 2023
Call or even email in order to order.
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Shangri-La’s Prosperity Luxury Combo set showcases essential CNY dishes including abalone yu sheng, salted crusted chicken wrapped within lotus leaf, and glutinous rice along with preserved meats. The highlight is the abundance pen cai, which is cooked for over 6 hours plus comprises of over 18 luxurious ingredients which includes abalone, seafood maw, whole dace fish, sea cucumber, pork knuckle, sweet and sour prawn. The set is suitable for up to eight individuals.
29 December 2022 – 5 February 2023
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For its version of lotus leaf-wrapped poultry Ya Ge stuffs it with chicken belly, mushrooms, chestnut, red date, plus wolfberry, encases it inside a salt cupola, and bakes it for a long period. Another variety is the steamed lotus simply leaves rice with smoked sweet and abalone sauce, whose ingredients are cooked separately, then together, followed by a final steaming to impart the leaves’ scent into the dish. Other takeaway dishes include steamed radish cake along with conpoy and Chinese sausage, and gula melaka nian gao shaped like ingots.
S$26. 80 – S$88. 80
Available now until 5 February 2023
Order before 15 January 2023 to enjoy 10 percent off.
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