Serving up the finest Cantonese delicacies and most intricate dim sum for over 3 decades now, the award-winning Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant welcomes us to usher in the Year of the Rabbit with them.
If you’re planning your upcoming Lunar New Year gatherings and reunion dinners, look no further. Xin Cuisine celebrates the occasion with an array of perennial favourites and lavish set menus that promise to give you and your loved ones a delightfully memorable CNY feast.
This year, choose form 7 different set menus that showcase a mouth-watering selection of authentic Cantonese flavours. From a 5-course Auspicious Times menu for 2, to a hearty Prosperous Celebrations menu for 10, look forward to premium offerings such as Braised Abalone, Sea Cucumber & Bai Ling Mushroom in Supreme Stock, and Braised King Prawn Ee-fu Noodle.
For an even more luxurious affair, other highlights on the menu to go for include Xin’s Baby Abalone & Salmon Yu Sheng, Baked Lobster in Superior Stock, Double-boiled Cordyceps Flower with Flower Mushrooms in Bone Broth, Steamed Sea Perch with Minced Garlic, and Sliced Foie Gras with Roasted Chicken and Mango Sauce.
The headlining star this year, however, is their unique Japanese Unagi Yu Sheng with Roselle Sauce on the takeaway menu. Featuring Chef’s house-made Roselle sauce, dig into a refreshing Yu Sheng filled with the sweet-savoury flavours of grilled unagi and fresh taste of Roselle. Have other preferences? There’s their best-selling Xin’s Signature Salmon Yu Sheng, Sliced 2-head Abalone Yu Sheng, Baby Abalone Yu Sheng, and Vegetarian Abalone Yu Sheng to choose from as well.
Also on the takeaway menu are time-tested crowd favourites like Xin’s Roast Suckling Pig, Xin’s Home-style Roast Duck with Tea Leaves, and Xin’s Traditional Pen Cai – brimming with ingredients like whole abalones, fresh scallops, sea cucumber, roast meat, and more. For more indulgence, go for Xin’s Prosperity Pen Cai or Xin’s Imperial Pen Cai, that boast the likes of lobsters, whole Australian 3-head abalones, and bird’s nest.
For more information, head over to Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant’s website here.