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Celebrate Chinese New Year in style at Resorts World Sentosa

Feast on a bountiful selection of auspicious treats to usher in the Year of the Rat

Time Out Singapore in partnership with Resorts World Sentosa |
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Forest CNY Yu Sheng
Photograph: Resorts World Sentosa Signature Smoked Salmon Fruit Yu Sheng

Every Lunar New Year marks the return of familiar dishes: yu sheng, pen cai and nian gao, just to name a few. But while there’s always room on the table for the classics, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t space for some fun and creativity. This Year of the Rat, Resorts World Sentosa is rolling out six exciting takes on yu sheng across its specialty restaurants – each injecting a unique spin on traditional raw fish salad. To sweeten the deal, there’s also free all-day parking, so you can easily round up your loved ones and indulge in an opulent reunion dinner at Resorts World Sentosa. 

Forest CNY
Photograph: Resorts World Sentosa
Restaurants, Asian

Forest

Sentosa

Drawing reference from the restaurant’s name and its home in sunny Singapore, Forest’s take on yu sheng (from $88 for four person) is done with a tropical spin – think sweet jackfruit, green papaya, mango and crispy whitebait dressed in a bright yuzu honey-lime dressing to kick off the year on a sweet note. 

The reunion menu (from $88 per person) is also given a modern update. Local celebrity chef Sam Leong whips up contemporary Chinese dishes using premium ingredients. These include pumpkin bisque braised with snow swallow nest and crab meat, wok-fried Primrose pork ribs marinated with fermented beancurd paste, as well as fresh green lobster braised with chillies and served with crispy mantou.

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Feng Shui Inn CNY Yu Sheng
Photograph: Feng Shui Inn
Restaurants, Chinese

Feng Shui Inn

Sentosa

Tapping into its Cantonese roots, Feng Shui Inn has come up with a seven-coloured yu sheng piled high with your choice of fresh seafood (from $78 for two to six person): smoked salmon paired with crispy pearl rice and strawberry sauce; tuna sashimi and Japanese cherry shrimps with lemon citron sauce; and a local ‘ikan parang’ sashimi. 

If you’re hankering for a taste of tradition, the set menus (from $108) from Feng Shui Inn offer just that, peppered with its use of prized ingredients. Sip on the double-boiled fish cartilage soup with bird’s nest, dig into braised six-head abalone served with lobster, or enjoy wok-fried fish noodles with Chinese sausage. For true indulgence, order the Classic Auspicious Treasure Pot ($508) that’s hearty enough to feed 10. Available for dine-in and takeaway, the premium pot comes well-stuffed with fix-ins that include sea cucumber, abalone, dried oysters, whole conpoy, prawns, grouper, German pork knuckle, Kurobuta pork, and Japanese flower mushrooms.

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Syun CNY
Photograph: Resorts World Sentosa
Restaurants, Japanese

Syun

Sentosa

It’s no secret that after the yu sheng toss, everyone fights for the fish. Syun takes things up a notch by filling its luxurious platter with the freshest catch from the sea (from $128 for two to four person). You’ll find slivers of abalone, tuna belly, scallops, sea bream, salmon roe, and sea urchin resting on a bed of shredded daikon, wakame, burdock, and Japanese mustard greens. With so much seafood available, you won’t be crossing chopsticks with your relatives to fight for that prized piece.

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Tangerine yu sheng CNY
Photograph: Resorts World Sentosa
Restaurants, Thai

Tangerine

Sentosa

Get fired up for the new year with Tangerine’s Thai-inspired Prosperity Yu Sheng (from $68 for two persons). Its mixture of cucumber, tomatoes, and shredded cabbage serve as a refreshing base to temper the heat from the spicy Thai chilli garlic dressing. The healthy salad is then topped with slices of fresh salmon and edible flowers from the restaurant’s herb garden.

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Sessions CNY
Photograph: Resorts World Sentosa
Restaurants, Seafood

Sessions

Sentosa

There’s always a place for chilli crab on the dinner table, even during Chinese New Year. At Sessions, the restaurant has created a yu sheng crowned with deep-fried soft shell crab and chilli crab sauce (from $88 for three to four persons) to usher in the Year of the Rat in true Singaporean style. The salad also comes with cranberries, mango, red ginger, capsicum, and nacho chips – toss your way to a smooth-sailing year ahead. 

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Teppan CNY
Photograph: Resorts World Sentosa
Restaurants, Japanese

TEPPAN by Chef Yonemura

Sentosa

The playful teppanyaki restaurant is bringing its fiery theatrics to yu sheng. Grab a seat (it’s only available for dine-in) and feast your eyes on the dramatic Flambé Yu Sheng ($48 for two persons). Watch as the chefs play with fire to create a warm salad of yakisoba served with leeks, carrots, capsicum, and other vegetables, topped with freshly cooked prawns, scallops, and squid.

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Feng Shui Inn CNY
Photograph: Resorts World Sentosa

Toss to a good year

From novel yu sheng creations to exquisite feasts, bring your Chinese New Year celebrations to a new prosperous high at Resorts World Sentosa. Click here to book your festive meal of joy and abundance before they sell out.

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