Best Singapore Restaurants with Chinese New Year menus

If you’re not fond of the typical Lunar New Year offerings, try celebrity chef Guy Savoy‘s six-course Kraemer’s Dragon Menu ($250++), which has items like their signature artichoke and black truffle soup, pan-seared duck breast, as well as quince dragon fruit, on it. Through February 28

The award-winning fine dining Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo once again presents its yu sheng platter, plus other festive delights like traditional stewed chicken with eight treasures and lotus seed, and their Treasure Bowl, which is made up of whole abalone, dried oyster, sea cucumber, pork knuckle, hokkaido scallop and deer tendon, amongst other ingredients. Seven to eight-course set menus are available for $98-999++ depending on number of diners. Through February 24

The Prosperity Chinese New Year Menu ($338-668++ for four-eight persons, inclusive of red wine) at Peranakan restaurant Indocafe – The White House features lo hei (with abalone, salmon and of course, yu sheng), prawn gulai tumis, ayam buah keluak, sambal eggplant and the favorite pulut hitam. Through February 24

Modern Chinese restaurant Jin Shan is offering three different menus: Good Harvest Set (braised shark’s fin with crab meat in soup, baked king prawn, stewed ee fu noodles shredded duck and sweetened rice dumpling with almond cream), Fortune (prosperity salmon raw fish salad, braised fish maw, fried rice with preserved meats) and Success (braised abalone with sea cucumber in oyster sauce, steamed live lobster with minced garlic, braised mee pok with minced meat in XO sauce). $128-288++ per person for minimum two people. Through February 25

For a Japanese twist, try Keyaki at Pan Pacific Singapore. The Wafu Lohei is a sahimi laden toss of shredded pumpkin, carrot, radish, cucumber, Mandarin peel, rice crackers, tuna, salmon, yellow tail and tobiko. $98-288++ depending on number of diners. Through February 24 

Enjoy the likes of double boiled chicken broth, salt cured black tiger prawns, roast kurobuta pork belly, pineapple layer cake and more at Ku De Ta, for $158++ (with a wine and champagne pairing option at $88++). Available for lunch and dinner through February 28

Not only is The Terrace at The Sentosa, A Beaufort Hotel offering a buffet dinner menu ($75-88++) featuring prosperity salmon yu sheng, Cantonese hand-carved roasted meat, treasures fried rice, as well as a dessert table with golden mandarin orange cake and a pink chocolate fountain, they’re also hosting Auspicious Sunday Champagne Brunches ($152++) on February 10, 17 and 24. These will feature Lunar New Year specials from around the world like fish amok (Cambodia), lemongrass tilapia (Thailand) and spicy green papaya salad (Laos). The hotel’s also got a special menu for large groups ($888++ for a table of 10) hosted at the Conference Centre. February 9-24

The award-winning Thai restaurant Thanying at Amara Singapore and Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa is offering a Chinese New Year menu ($78 per person) with a Thai twist, with three yu sheng options (Thai-style salmon, abalone and vegetarian), tay-po curry with codfish, stir-fried softshell crab with curry sauce and the Double Happiness Fish Niangao. Through February 24