6 Best Places To Have Reunion Dinner Out This Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is around the corner, and now is a good time to start planning where to have a reunion dinner with your family, and we know the place! There are six great restaurants that offer different flavors and dining experiences at different prices, let’s choose the most favorite one to celebrate this joyous and auspicious year of the pig!

1. Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant

If you and your family are fans of authentic Sichuan flavors, Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant is one of your options. They provide 12 different types of grilled fish here – Spicy grilled fish is undoubtedly their signature. Besides other Sichuan cuisines such as spicy crayfish and mala hotpots, lots of cold dishes are available too. You have the option of choosing the à la carte option or the buffet one. The price of the buffet starts from only $23.8 per adult. Located at Raffles City, imagine how great it will be to have your favorite reunion dinner with the family right alongside the Singapore river with a breath-taking backdrop of Singapore, we guarantee you will surely love it!

Photo Credit: Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant

Photo Credit: Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant

2. Blue Jasmine

Blue Jasmine is Singapore’s premier Halal Thai restaurant located at Park Hotel Farrer Park. Using only authentic ingredients and spices imported directly from Thailand, they aim to bring diners the best rendition of Southern Thai and Eastern cuisine.

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The restaurant offers a sumptuous New Year Buffet featuring classic Chinese dishes done with a twist of Thai, as well as dishes traditionally eaten during the festive season. Highlights of auspicious dishes for this season of prosperity include a special Thai Chin ‘Yu Sheng’, Fish Maw Soup brimming with fresh crabmeat, and Longevity Ee Fu Noodles. Lastly, don’t forget to have some classic Thai dessert treat to round off your unique reunion dinner with your family.

*Price per adult starts from $52, children aged six to twelve years enjoy 50% off and children below five years child eat for free.

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3. JUMBO Seafood

JUMBO Seafood is a Singapore-born Chinese seafood restaurant that serves our nation’s most famous Chilli Crab dish, as well as various other seafood signatures, which includes Black Pepper Crab, Golden Salted Egg Prawns, and Crispy Fried Baby Squid.

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The chain of restaurants also offers many options for a reunion set. Prices start from $248 for a six-course dinner for four. Highlights of this special festive season are The Prosperity Salmon ‘Yu Sheng’, Braised Abalone with ‘Fat Choy’, Spinach and Shiitake Mushroom, and Braised Crab Meat and Fish Maw Soup. JUMBO Seafood will be one of the best options for families who love seafood and want to enjoy a variety of seafood on the reunion night. JUMBO Seafood located in six places across the island includes ION Orchard, East Coast Seafood Centre, Riverside Point, The Riverwalk, Dempsey Hill, and NSRCC’S Changi Clubhouse.

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4. Hua Ting Restaurant

Hua Ting located at Orchard Hotel is an award-winning Chinese restaurant in Singapore. Their signature dishes like sautéed prawns with avocado and salted egg yolk and crispy roast duck are highly recommended in the Michelin Guide, which ensures 100% satisfaction after your meal. Moreover,  you can choose the set menus featuring chef-curated Cantonese favorites, which costs from $108 per person or $988 for a table of ten. The restaurant’s highlights include braised six head South African Whole Abalone with Stuffed Homemade Fish Paste and Beancurd Pocket, Wok-fried Local Lobster, and Superior Bird’s Nest with Salmon Roe.

Photo Credit: Hua Ting Restaurant

The rooms in the restaurant are comfortable and classically decorated, which allows you to enjoy a visual treat with the cuisines that are beautifully plated. Real gold hand-painted chinaware with sophisticated, simple designs echo the dishes offer. If you are looking for a memorable Lunar New Year dinner, we are sure that Hua Ting will not disappoint.

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5. Changi Cove Singapore

If you are looking for a dinner location that is away from the busting city of Singapore, Changi Cove may be something you Changi Cove is located away from the city at the Changi district of Singapore, which surrounded by lush greenery. This is the place where you can enjoy the happiness of reunion celebrations with friends and family without the stress that comes from work and busyness. You can choose to dine in either a private room or at their signature The White Olive café. All meals are prepared and served up piping hot from their in-house kitchen with the freshest ingredients.

Photo Credit: Changi Cove Singapore 

Changi Cove offers four different Chinese New Year menus designed to accommodate different budgets and dining options, which starts from just $498 for a table of ten. With Imperial Herbal Chicken Broth, Steamed Seabass Hong Kong Style, and Lotus Leaf Glutinous Rice with Superior Chinese Sausage, Changi Cove’s Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng is surely a luxe way to toss your way to a blossoming year ahead.

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6. Goodwood Park Hotel

Celebrate new beginnings with Goodwood Park Hotel’s signature the Prosperity ‘Fa Cai’ Yu Sheng, which is topped up with raw salmon slices, abalones and the hotel’s homemade ‘bak kwa’ (pork jerky) crowned with yellow pickled radish. Treat the family in Min Jiang, The Prosperity Set Lunch and Dinner Menus (from $118 per person or $688 for a table of ten) are available.

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The drum of Fortune is the new highlight. This majestic ‘drum’ is a chocolate marble cake coated with fondant made with dark chocolate ingots – perfect for celebrating to the ‘beat’ of festivities.

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Abundant feasting specials include Slow-braised Pig’s Trotter with Abalone and Sea Treasures in Clay pot, Prosperity Duo of Deep-fried Pork Knuckle and Slow-baked Honey Butter Ribs, and Clay pot Reunion Rice. An alternative to the ‘pen cai’ is the Prosperity Sea Treasures in Wooden Pot, with top-grade ingredients from Australian abalones, fresh scallops to sea cucumber.

Photo Credit: Goodwood Park Hotel

PS. Please take note that all prices listed may be subject to service charge and GST. Give us a ❤ below and share our article via Facebook if you find it useful and beneficial to you and your loved ones!

 

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