Our ultimate 2019 Chinese New Year Dining Guide covers the best reunion dinners, pineapple tarts, places to toss yu sheng, and more
Lunar New Year is just around the corner and while some use the long weekend to tick travel off their bucket lists, others get into the full CNY spirit — including reunion dinners, family visits, and indulging in plenty of yu sheng (or lo hei) tossing!
In this Year of the Earth Pig, there is sow much to be oinkcited about (sorry, couldn’t resist) when it comes to Chinese New Year Dining: from elegant Michelin-Starred restaurants to vegetarian and gluten- free options, good value buffets and delectable pineapple tarts, check out our ultimate guide to CNY 2019 dining, mama!
We’ve organized our roundup into two categories: restaurants (including set menus, buffets, yu sheng tossing, and festive takeaways) and festive goodies (cookies, cakes, pineapple tarts, and even chocolate pigs that you’ll want to have on hand for home visits). Get ready to truly pig out. Huat ah!
Chinese restaurant Ha Tien Lo presents 7 auspicious set menus this festive season, with superb and luxurious ingredients like Steamed Lobster and Braised Swiflet’s Nest with Crab Meat in Thick Broth. Of course there’ll also be Braised Whole Abalone (paired with oysters and black truffle!), and a sumptuous Dim Sum Buffet with all-you-can-eat Cantonese favorites.
On the Yu Sheng front, the adorable Piglet-inspired Wealth Fortune Yu Sheng is available for dine-in at $288, or as part of the the Heavenly Prosperity Menu.
If you’re after some delicious CNY goodies, Pacific Marketplace and Hai Tien Lo will both have you covered with delights like Lapis Surabaya, Charcoal Pineapple Tart with Korean Yuzu Tea, and savouries like Homemade Pork Char Siew Sausage. And of course you can take away Yu Sheng Platters to toss at home, too!
How much: Weekend Dim Sum Buffet: $48.80++ per child (ages 6 to 11) / $98.80++ per adult; Set menus: Vegetarian Set Menu: $128.80 per person; Flourishing Treasures Menu: $138.80 per person (min 6 diners); Blissful Harmony Menu: $168.80 per person (min two diners); Meteoric Success Menu: $188.80 per person (min four diners); Glorious Riches Menu: $258.80 per person (min 6 diners); Joyous Abundance Menu: $338.80 per person (min 6 diners); Heavenly Prosperity Menu: $688.80 per person (min 8 diners). CNY Reunion Dinner: $158.80 – $188.80++ per person. Festive Goodies from $26.
When: Buffet and set menus: 21 January to 19 February 2019. CNY Reunion Dinners: 4 February 2019 (two seatings, 6pm and 8:30pm). Festive Goodies: 21 January to 19 February 2019; click here to order or email [email protected]!
Hai Tien Lo, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Tel: (+65) 6826 8240, www.panpacific.com
Head to French and Chinese Restaurant Racines for an elegant array of Lunar New Year set menus and reunion feasts. Highlights include a number of rich broths teeming with treasures of the sea like lobster, abalone, and Hokkaido scallop, along with marvelous mains like Caramelised Black Cod baked to perfection, and Roasted Honey Black Pepper Duck. And of course each and every meal will include Racines’s special Yu Sheng.
Prosperity Set Lunch at $68++ Per Person (Min of 2 Diners)
Abundant Fortune Set Lunch at $98++ Per Person (Min of 2 Diners)
Prosperity Set Dinner at $128++ Per Person (Min of 2 Diners)
Abundant Fortune Set Dinner at $168++ Per Person (Min of 2 Diners)
When: Festive set menus available 21 January to 22 February 2019. Reunion feasts available from 4 to 6 February 2019.
Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Center, Level 5, 9 Wallich Street, Singapore 978885, Tel: (+65) 6428 5000, www.sofitel-singapore-citycentre.com
Looking for an alternative ambiance to a hotel for Yu Sheng? Chopsuey Cafe, with its black and white colonial colours and an option to sit alfresco, is one of our fave ladies lunch spots in Singapore. They offer a spin on the traditional Yu Sheng, with the Chopsuey Lucky Lunar Lo Hei ($28++ for half, $48++ for full). Standard ingredients are replaced with trout, kale, celeriac, sprouts, red radish, blueberries and wild rice.
The restaurant will also be offering two different set menus, the 6-course set menu caters to groups of 4 to 6 people with highlights like a palate-cleansing Lychee Green Tea Shake, Fresh Crab & Sweet Corn Egg Drop Soup, and Smokey Chilli Pepper Chicken (yum!). The second Set menu, for larger groups of 7 to 10 people, features unique dishes like Jade Atlantic Halibut and Sticky 5-Spiced Roast Duck. Foodies should also look out for a special signature CNY cocktail, The Giggling Pig, which is priced at $21++.
How much: Lo Hei is $28++ for a half-portion, $48++ for full; Set Menu #1 is $68++ per person; Set Menu #2 is $88++ per person.
When: 21 January to 19 February 2019
Chopsuey Café, Block 10 Dempsey Road, #01-23, Tel: (+65) 9224 6611, www.pscafe.com/chopsuey-cafe-at-dempsey-hill
Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena
Head to Sky22 to combine stunning views with a variety of a la carte and dinner buffet spreads featuring traditional Chinese New Year favourites, including Auspicious Salmon Lo Hei ($28-$38++) and the new signature menu item, Golden Fortune Suckling Pig Lo Hei (additional $8 per person). There’ll also be a fuss-free Semi-Buffet Lunch and Dinner option with auspicious offerings like Longevity Noodles and Eight Treasures Fried Rice.
How much: Salmon Lo Hei $28++ (4 to 6 people) – $38++ (8 to 10 people); Golden Fortune Suckling Pig Lo Hei $36++ (4 to 6 people) – $46++ (8 to 10 people); Lunch Semi-Buffet: $28++ per person (Monday to Friday); Dinner Semi-Buffet: $36++ (Sunday to Thursday); Prosperity Weekend a la Carte Buffet Lunch: $24++ per child /$48++ per adult; Prosperity Weekend a la Carte Buffet Dinner: $28++ per child / $56++ per adult.
When: Dates vary, but Lo Hei and most semi-buffets are available from 22 January to 19 February 2019.
Sky22 Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena, Tel: (+65) 6378 2040, www.marriott.com
Crystal Jade Group
Cantonese stalwart Crystal Jade will be offering a range of CNY-themed menus and festive takeaways at their entire family of restaurants. This year’s Auspicious Tidings Hamachi Yusheng will be a major highlight, with salmon roe, Japanese umibodo (sea grapes) and crunch pork floss in a nod to it being the Year of the Pig.
If you prefer DIY grab some steamboat sets from Crystal Jade Kitchen, or head to Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao for seasonal specialties like Braised giant pork knuckle with black moss, and dim sum deliciousness like Steamed chive and minced pork buns. Festive takeaways are also available, including a Bountiful abalone treasure pot, Buddha jumps over the wall, and even a Reunion Salmon Yusheng. You can even snag yourself some delicious cakes and cookies!
When: Restaurant dining is available from 21 January through 19 February 2019. Takeaway orders are available now at estore.crystaljade.com.
Crystal Jade, multiple locations, www.crystaljade.com
Din Tai Fung
Of course everyone’s favourite dumpling place is pulling out all the stops for Chinese New Year. DTF will have have traditional faves like Prosperity Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng ($26.80-$39.80) and their ever-popular Steamed Layered Red Date Cake ($13.80). You can also pick yourself up a box of limited edition Taiwan Pineapple Cakes ($23.80 for a box of 10). Best of all, with a minimum spend of $68 you’ll nab a set of 8 complimentary limited edition Din Tai Fung red packets!
It may be the year of the pig but you can still go meat-free, mama! With three locations, this modern vegetarian restaurant’s 8-course CNY menu serves up wholesome, hearty cuisine that’s sure to please vegetarians and omnivores alike. Highlights include decadent Double-boiled Truffle Soup, Yam Ring marinated in charcoal (which has detoxing benefits!), and succulent purple rice Golden Nian Gao with Coconut Ice Cream.
How much: “Prosper-licious” 8-course set menu is $42.80++ per person
When: Through 19 February 2019
Fat Chap, a new Asian casual restaurant at Suntec City, will be serving up one of the cutest yushengs that we’ve seen – Ear of the Pig! Featuring golden snapper sashimi, a variety of sweet and tar pickles, pops of pomegranate, and a side of curry spiced crispy pig’s ear for added luck (and crunch), it will complement the restaurant’s 6-course CNY menu, which also includes a tasty appetizer platter, hot & sour soup, Roasted Kampong Chicken, and Pineapple Tart parfait!
How much: Ear of the Pig Yusheng is $38.80++ (medium) – $48.80++ (large). The 6-course CNY menu is $48++ (minimum of four to dine).
When: 21 January to 19 February 2019
Fat Chap, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall East Wing, #01-643 (next to Promenade Exit C), Singapore 038983, Tel: (+65) 6836 5994, www.fatchap.sg
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Award-winning Jiang Nan-Chun has specially crafted a range of menus for some truly sumptuous family or business festive feasting. Highlights will include Fresh Australian Lobster and Abalone Yu Sheng, alongside a variety of fresh, seasonal products. There will also be a 6-course vegetarian set menu. You can also be a superstar guest when it comes to hosting or house visits with their selection of Lunar New Year takeaway treats, including homemade pineapple tarts, Carrot Cake with Chinese Sausage, and Coconut Nian Gao.
How much: 6-course set menus are $148, $178 and $228 per person; Vegetarian set menu is $118 per person; Feasts for 8-10 people from $1088 per table. Takeaway treats from $48 per package.
When: Lo Hei Banquets: 14 January to 19 February 2019; Takeaway treats: Now through 1 February 2019.
Jiang-Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646, (+65) 6831 7220, www.fourseasons.com/singapore
The Fullerton Hotel
Jade Restaurant will be celebrating the Year of the Pig in a big way with six curated festive season menus, the crown jewel of which is the eight-course Grand Fullerton Golden Feast. Among the top shelf ingredients fams can look forward to: lobster, suckling piglet, caviar, and bird’s nest (oh my!). This year’s Gold Rush Yu Sheng will also sparkle with lobster, Australian abalone, and Norwegian salmon. And the pig-themed deliciousness continues with Triple Bliss Braised and Roasted Pork Belly with Steamed Bun and Crisply Suckling Piglet Skin, topped off with a generous dollop of Caviar because why not?! There will also be lots of yummy vegetarian dishes on offer, as well as a variety of yummy desserts.
How much: Set menus from $88 to $118 per person, including children 6 and up; 8-course Grand Fullerton Golden Feast: $2,388 for table of 10 (please book at least two days in advance).
When: 21 January to 19 February 2019
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square, Tel: (+65) 6877 8911/8912, www.fullertonhotels.com
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
You’ll be spoilt for choice at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium’s Xin Cuisine, with a staggering nine set menus to choose from. Highlights include Golden Leaf Salmon Yu Sheng and Home-style Roasted Duck with Tea Leaves. And in a nod to the Year of the Pig you can nab yourself some super yummy dim sum nibbles like Steamed Pork Dumpling with Black Caviar and Scallop, Steamed Barbecued Pork Bun with Diced Abalone, and Double-boiled Soup with Morel Mushrooms. The hotel’s also got a nice range of festive takeaways, from Yu Sheng and Vegetarian Deluxe Treasure Pot to Bird’s Nest Pomelo Sago Cake and Nian Gao with Coconut Sauce. Huat ah indeed!
How much: Set menus: $188++ for two people; Lunch Set Menu $428++ for 5 people; Blissful Banquet Menu $588++ for 6 people; Check website for more banquet options and prices; Prosperous Dinner Buffet: $25++ per child; $88-$98++ per adult; Festive Takeaways from $48 per package.
When: Set menus available from 21 January to 19 February 2019; Buffet available from 24 January to 28 February 2019 (not open 4-6 February); Festive takeaways available from now through 16 February 2019.
Xin Cuisine at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, 317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075, Tel: (+65) 6733 0188, www.holidayinn.com/sinatrium
JUMBO is a firm family favourite all year round, so it’s no surprise they kick things up a notch at this time of year. At Jumbo Seafood, you’ll find Celebration Set Menus with classics like Braised Seafood Soup with Codfish and Egg White, along with their award-winning Chilli Crab. Look for additional specials at the brand new Jumbo Seafood @ ION Orchard. Meanwhile Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine will be serving up Teochew classics like Crispy-friend Kurobata Pork and Sautéed King Prawns & Asparagus with X.O. Sauce. JPOT will have all manner of delicious hotpot soups on offer. And of course you can enjoy many of these delectable dishes at home with their festive takeaways (including a 15% early bird discount for online orders placed by 25 January)! Finally, looking out for JUMBO Seafood’s Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng wherever you dine, mama.
How much: JUMBO Seafood set menus from $248 (table of four) to $1,188 (table of 10); Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine set menus from $238 (table of four) to $1,328 (table of 10).
When: Restaurant dining from 14 January to 19 February 2019. Festive takeaways available to order from 14 January through 16 February 2019; click here to order. Reunion set menus available on 4 February 2019.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Not only will elegant Chinese restaurant Cherry Garden be offering a plethora of festive specials and set menus, but MO Bar will also have a special creative cocktail inspired by the Year of the Earth Pig.
Cherry Garden will have five Yu Shengs on offer, with luxe ingredients like Alaskan crab meat and black caviar (along with a zingy vegetarian option). Other menu highlights include luxurious Pen Cai with abalone, lobster, scallops and much more; Slow-cooked Beef Brisket Stew; and Pig Trotter with Black Moss. Also keep an eye out for a Dim Sum Buffet and festive takeaway goodies like delectable Pineapple Sable and assorted cookies. And be sure to grab a “Golden Fortune” cocktail at MO Bar ($26++), a savoury delight featuring barbecued pork (really!), dry vermouth, gold leaf and aromatic fat oil. Are you as intrigued as we are?
How much: Yu Sheng: $128-$198++ per person; Pen Cai: $158-$288++ per person; Dim Sum Buffet: $98-$128++ per per person; Festive goodies from $24.
When: 18 January to 19 February 2019
Cherry Garden, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, 5 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039797, Tel: (+65) 6885 3500, www.mandarinoriental.com
One of our fave spots for Dim Sum and also a fab spot for kids eat free deals, Mitzo specializes in serving up a modern take on traditional Chinese delights. This year there are four different Yu Shengs to choose from: Salmon ($78++ for 4-6 people), King Fish ($88++), “Auspicious Abalone” ($168++) and Fruits with refreshing tropical fruits and vegetables ($68++). Other highlights will include Lobster “Peng Cai”, and a specially crafted cocktail – “Divinity” – with ginseng-infused vodka, maraschino liqueur, plum bitters, goji berry syrup, lime juice and ginger beer ($18++).
How much: Yu Sheng from $688 to $168++ for 4-6 people, $128++ to $228++ for 10 people. Lobster “Peng Cai” from $418++ per table. Set menus from $198++ per person to $1,388++ per table.
When: 15 January to 19 February 2019
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar, Level 4 Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857, Tel: (+65) 6603 8855, www.mitzo.sg
An array of exquisite dining experiences await at One Michelin-Starred Summer Palace, which will have a number of set lunch and dinner menus featuring dishes like Barbecued Pork Buns with Pine Nuts, Deep-fried Chicken and Lobster Rolls and Braised Dried Oyster with Black Moss in Beancurd Skin. You’ll also find a staggering eight Yu Sheng options, with star ingredients like Salmon, Bird’s Nest and Pear, Marinated Hokkigai Clam with Jellyfish, and a vegetarian Purple Cauliflower with Lily Bulbs. And of course there will be plenty of delicious festive takeaways, too; from Charcoal Love Letters ($33) to a Whole Suckling Pig ($318), Summer Palace will have all of your home hosting and gifting needs covered!
How much: Set menus from $88 per person to $1,288 per table of 10; Yu Shengs from $88 to $138; Festive takeaways from $28.
When: 25 January to 19 February 2019
Summer Palace at Regent Singapore, Level 3 Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715, Tel: (+65) 6725 3288, www.regenthotels.com/regent-singapore/dining/summer-palace
The folks who brought us a blue turkey are back at it again with Bubble Pearl Lo Hei! Their well-priced lo hei will combine tapioca pearls drizzled with gula melaka and tamarind sauce with salmon sashimi slices. You’ll also find an extensive buffet with seafood delights like Sea Cucumber and Crispy Whole Seabass, along with Chicken Char Siew and Braised Duck in Soy Sauce. And of course there’ll be plenty of yummy desserts, including Chef’s special Muah Chee and Pineapple Tarts. This Indonesian halal restaurant is great for adventurous eaters and anyone with dietary restrictions, and kids under 6 dine free!
How much: Lo Hei: $28-$38++ (for 4 / 8 people). CNY Lunch Buffet: $18.80++ (kids 6-12) / $28.80++ (adults). CNY Dinner Buffet with Live BBQ Station: $28.80++ (kids) / $48.80++ (adults). Weekday Semi-Buffet Lunch: $18++.
When: Weekday semi-buffet and lo hei: 1-28 February 2019; CNY lunch and dinner buffet: 4-5 February 2019.
Rumah Rasa, Bay Hotel Singapore, 50 Telok Blangah Road, Singapore 098828, Tel: (+65) 6818 6666, www.bayhotelsingapore.com
Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
Shangri-La Singapore will be celebrating the Year of the Pig across all of its dining outlets, including Shang Palace, The Line, and The Lobby Lounge. They’ll even have a special Chinese New Year’s Eve Reunion Gala Dinner at Island Ballroom!
Shang Palace will feature a specially-crafted eight-course set menu along with delectable a la carte offerings, with highlights like Braised Whole Abalone, Scallop and Shrimp Dumplings with Caviar, and Braised Venison Sinew Stir-fried Kagoshima Wagyu Beef. You can also choose from three different Yu Shengs, including a vegetarian option.
The Line will have a special CNY buffet throughout the month of February featuring a dizzying array of over 25 curated Shanghainese, Cantonese, Szechuan and Singaporean specialites. The Lobby Lounge, meanwhile, will be serving up Peranakan favourites (we love the sound of “Prosperity Popiah”), and those who really want to go all out should book in for the CNY Eve Reunion Gala Dinner, which will live stream CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala (one of the world’s most watched tv shows!). And of course the hotel will have all manner of festive takeaway goodies.
How much: Shang Palace set menus from $118 to $328++ per person; Yu Shengs: $68++ to $298++. Reunion Feast at The Line: $39-$59++ per child (age 6 to 11) / $78-$118++ per adult; prices vary by day, with special buffets on 4-7 February. Peranakan Lunar New Year at The Lobby Lounge: $19-$44++ per child (age 6 to 11) / $38-$88++ per adult. Festive takeaway goodies from $38. CNY Eve Reunion Dinner Gala: $158++ per person, including unlimited soft drinks and Chinese tea.
When: Shang Palace set menus and a la carte selections: 21 January to 19 February 2019. Shang Palace CNY dim sum menu: 28 January to 19 February. Reunion Feast Buffet at The Line: 10 January to 28 February. Peranakan Lunar New Year at The Lobby Lounge: 10 January to 28 February (additional specialties served from 4-19 February). CNY Eve Reunion Gala Dinner: 4 February, 6:30pm.
Shangri-La Hotel, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
Tel: +65 6213 4275,www.shangri-la.com/singapore/shangrila/dining
We consider Violet Oon a Singapore institution, so of course we were keen to see what she’d whip up special for Chinese New Year. The a la carte menu doesn’t disappoint, with highlights like Nyonya Salmon Yu Sheng ($68-$98) that features a tropical twist of kaffir lime leaves, pink ginger flowers, and green mangoes. Other dishes to watch for include Nyonya Hee Peow Soup (a Peranakan broth with an infusion of crab and prawns) and Wu Tao Gao Yam Cake. There are also plenty of takeaway party trays and gift hampers on offer; click here to order, mama!
When: Chinese New Year items will be available from 22 January and will need to be pre-ordered two days in advance by calling (+65) 9834 9935 or email [email protected]. Dishes are available at both Violet Oon Singapore locations (Bukit Timah and ION Orchard); National Kitchen by Violet Oon; and Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill.
Ah Mah Homemade Cake
Choose from an array of adorable and delicious CNY goodies, including Pig-shaped Ong Lai Pineapple Cookies ($13.80, omg, so cute!), Pineapple Cake ($12), Prosperity Crackers ($11.80) and Fortune Crackers ($13.80). We love that these festive delights are all free of preservatives and artificial flavouring, too!
Available from 7 January to mid-February 2019 while stocks last, at all outlets except Paya Lebar and City Square Mall.
Ah Mah Homemade Cakes, www.facebook.com/iloveahmah
Antoinette showcases French pastry-making techniques while also incorporating both sweet and savoury modern Singaporean flavours. Their special Lunar New Year 2019 menu features the Abundantly cake ($38), a dramatic textured chiffon cake infused with purple sweet potato and topped with black sesame peanut feuilletine and a flowing profusion of salty cheese cream. This showstopper is perfect for groups! You’ll also find Hong Bao ($10-$25) with red dragon fruit, mochi or nian gao; Purplelette macarons ($3/piece); Mala chips ($15); an assortment of Love Letters, Cookies and crackers; and Antoinette’s iconic Queen’s Yusheng ($88), a golden chocolate egg that you break with a hammer.
Head to your local neighbourhood BreadTalk for red-and-gold-hued buns, honey cakes and pineapple tarts this CNY, mama! Highlights include the Berry Blossom custard cream bun; the savoury (and adorable) Porks-perity bun (filled with fragrant bak kwa, yam and mushroom!), and a delicious assortment of Kueh Lapis and Pineapple Pastries from Thye Moh Chan. At the end of this month BreakTalk will also be featuring super cute CNY-themed stickers just for WhatsApp. Check out their Facebook page and Instagram for more deets!
This festive season hit up Cedele for a yummy range of gluten-free, vegan, and delicious sweet treats, including Pineapple Pocket Pie ($22.80), Cornflake Cookies ($21.50), and the unique, Peranakan-inspired Almond Ikan Bilis cookie ($20.80). You’ll also discover a huge array of cakes – Lychee Rose ($63), Sesame Tahini ($52) and Yuzu Cheesecake ($38) are a few limited edition seasonal offerings that have caught our eye – and seasonal gift hampers ($108-$178).
Don’t forget about the chocolate lovers in your life! GODIVA’s Chinese New Year Collection combines an exclusive koi fish design with premium packaging for the perfect hostess gift or after-dinner treat. This year’s special edition seasonal flavours include Apricot Vanilla Ganache, Lemon Ganache and Passionfruit Ganache, plus seasons gift boxes featuring classic chocolates and truffles.
You just knew the doyenne of Singapore desserts would bring it by placing her own twist on traditional CNY goodies. Her three limited edition Lunar New Year collections feature treats like colourful assorted cookies ($38), her signature tea, 76% Single Origin Dark Chocolate Pineapple Tart ($28), Nian Gao and – best of all – a super cute chocolate piggy bank and coins ($33).
Marks & Spencer
Surely Percy Pig has been waiting for this moment in the spotlight for oh, about eleven years? M&S’s adorable mascot is front and center this festive season with a Limited Edition Golde Percy Piggy Bank ($38), and also figures in to a number of festive season hampers ($108-$188). You’ll also find all manner of luxurious cookies, nuts and chocolates that make for the perfect hostess gift or after-dinner treat.
Marks & Spencer Chinese New Year food and hampers are available at all M&S stores while stocks last. From now through 12 February, buy 1 and get the 2nd 50% off for selected Chocolates and Biscuits!
If you’re after pineapple tarts that are a bit different, try SPRMRKT’s limited edition Lemongrass Earl Grey Pineapple Tarts ($38.80), which combine melt-in-your-mouth delectable short crust pastry infused with aromatic earl grey tea leaves and fresh homemade pineapple filling with just a touch of lemongrass. Another special this festive season are Cashew Nut Cookies ($23.80), featuring roasted peanuts hand-pounded into the cookie dough, along with a cashew nut topping.
CNY goodies available for retail at both SPRMRKT locations from 21 January 2019. Pre-orders can be made by emailing [email protected] or by phone; bulk orders over $400 will get free delivery.
Thye Moh Chan
Backed by 75 years of Teochew pastry-making heritage, Thye Moh Chan has a slew of traditional festive goodies this season. The new kid on the block is Golden Yam Mochi ($3/piece or $12 for a box) — a delectable pastry filled with yam and black sugar mochi filling. We also love the auspicious koi pastry ($18.80/piece) filled with osmanthus jelly, and other baked goodies in can’t-miss flavours like Gula Melaka Pineapple, Longan Pineapple, Durian, and Pineapple & Salted Egg ($12-$15 per box). Add in a huge variety of cookies and a Peanut Butter Egg Roll, and your dessert needs will be well sorted, mama!
Thye Moh Chan Lunar New Year offerings are available through 19 February 2019
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