Indulge in duck and yam specialties this CNY at Joyden Canton Kitchen

Synonymous with quality and authentic Cantonese dining, Joyden has gained much recognition over the last few years as they continue expanding across the island, promoting traditional culinary methods and showcasing the delicious heritage of Chinese cuisine.

Come Jan 02 to Feb 05, Joyden Canton Kitchen is set to unveil an exciting line-up of reunion set menus in celebration of the Lunar New Year so we can welcome the Year of the Rabbit over irresistible specialties.


, Indulge in duck and yam specialties this CNY at Joyden Canton Kitchen


This year, fans and gourmands alike will get to pick between a six-course and an eight-course menu, both headlined by appetising duck and yam creations.

Before your feast, toss to a year of happiness and abundance with Joyden Canton Kitchen’s traditional Yu Sheng. Diners may go for the Crispy Yam with Salmon Prosperity Yu Sheng or a more luxurious Crispy Yam with Salmon and Abalone Prosperity Yu Sheng. Both menus also feature whole ducks – expertly braised for two and half hours each – with the impressive Traditional Braised Eight Treasure Duck, stuffed with water chestnut, chestnut, shiitake mushroom, lotus seed, lily bulb, ginkgo, roast pork, and garlic.

There’s also the Traditional Crispy Szechuan Fragrant Duck, marinated with a medley of aromatic spices before being steamed for three hours, then deep-fried to render a beautiful, crispy layer of skin.


, Indulge in duck and yam specialties this CNY at Joyden Canton Kitchen


Besides their duck dishes, look forward to other brilliant offerings such as the nostalgic Crispy Homemade Yam Ring with Pork Loin & Fresh Scallops in XO Sauce and comforting Steamed Fragrant Glutinous Rice with Yam and Chinese Sausage Topped with Crispy Kai Lan, a must-have with any CNY dinner.

Foodies will also love their Double-Boiled Superior Fish Maw with Ginseng and Chicken Soup, Steamed Dragon Tiger Grouper with Konjac Noodle in Hong Kong Style, and Handmade Seafood Beancurd with Slow Braised Shanghai Baby Cabbage, before the meal ends with the restaurant’s famed Traditional Homemade Yam Puree with Pumpkin and Gingko Nuts, and Sago and Pomelo in Mango Puree desserts.

While you’re there, don’t miss out on Joyden Canton Kitchen’s seasonal Hong Guan Yin tea as well. Pairing exceptionally well with the festive menus, the red tea is made with top-grade buds from the Tie Guan Yin cultivar, featuring exquisite notes of honey and Chinese orchid.


For more information, head over to Joyden Canton Kitchen’s website here.