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Delight in Spring’s Flavours this Chinese New Year at Resorts World Sentosa

January 6, 2021 Dining No Comments Email Email

As we enter a glittering period of festivities, good fortune and coming together with our families and loved ones, Resorts World Sentosa (RWS, 圣淘沙名胜世界) ushers in the Year of the Ox with a mouth-watering selection of goodies, premium menus, and unforgettable dining experiences. Take your pick of sumptuous Chinese New Year menus and auspicious yet healthy Yusheng and festive creations offered by Feng Shui Inn (风水廷精品粤菜馆), Osia Steak and Seafood Grill (澳西亚牛扒海鲜烧烤), Ocean Restaurant (海之味水族餐厅), and Syun (Syun春日本料理).  In Chinese culture, water represents life and wealth which makes it opportune to dive into the new mystical Spring Edition of Aqua Gastronomy (深蓝夜宴新春特别版), where you will be able to dine in underwater pavilions at S.E.A. Aquarium’s Open Ocean Habitat while being treated to a multisensory extravaganza.  Finally, be spoiled for choice with Resorts World Sentosa’s delicious selection of handcrafted Chinese New Year goodies available for takeaway and delivery.

Chinese New Year menus with premium ingredients, modern and sustainable dishes, auspicious grilled whole fish, and Japanese-inspired dishes at RWS’s signature restaurants (18 Jan to 26 Feb 2021)

Set an auspicious tone for the upcoming year with RWS’s lavish Chinese New Year menus.  Whether you’re seeking a truly decadent experience or looking to become a more sustainable diner, RWS’s array of Chinese New Year menus are sure to prove a memorable treat for everyone.

Indulge in the best of prized traditional ingredients at Cantonese fine-dining destination Feng Shui

Inn.  Gourmands will be able to savour a sumptuous repertoire of special dishes by the restaurant’s Hong Kong-born veteran Executive Chef Li Kwok Kwong (李国光), such as Abalone Yusheng with Sea Grapes and Japanese Sakura Dried ShrimpVegetarian Yusheng with Sea Grapes and Black Fungus; Steamed Handmade Beancurd with Scallop and Dried RadishBaked Boston Lobster with Superior Stock; and the Premium Wealth Treasure Pot made with Chef Li’s secret stew recipe using Yunnan Ham, Pork Knuckle, Dried Oyster, Dried Scallop, Abalone Sauce, Spiky Sea Cucumber from Japan and Premium Fish Maw from South Africa.  Feng Shui Inn’s selection of set menus is sure to whet diners’ appetites, where the Everlasting Happiness Set Menu (金牛献瑞富贵荣华套餐) at S$128++ per person with a minimum of four diners is perfect for the health conscious with Double-boiled Lotus Root Soup with Dried Oyster, Sea Whelk and Bamboo Pith, and Sautéed Hokkaido Scallops; and the Eternal Fortune Set Menu (金牛献瑞金玉满堂套餐) at S$288++ per person with a minimum of four diners is replete with tasty indulgences like Braised Imperial Bird’s Nest Soup, Fortune Claypot Deluxe with 6-head Abalone and Golden Sea Cucumber, Steamed Giant Grouper in Hong Kong Style and Sliced Roasted Chicken with Foie Gras.

Environmentally conscious diners will be pleased to tuck into Ocean Restaurant’s creations by Chef de Cuisine Marvas Huang (凯翔), who proudly uses sustainable ingredients to offer modern takes on traditional Chinese dishes.  Be immersed in an entrancing underwater view of marine life while tucking into innovative plates such as the Dutch Hiramasa Yusheng where the MSC-certified fish is paired with daikon, yuzu, pomelo and honey; juicy French Suckling Pig with kumquat, mustard, cherries and hoisin jus; silky Ocean’s Style Saliva Chicken (口水) prepared with the earthy French guinea fowl; and French Sea Whelk, a luxurious version of pao fan () where the stock is made from premium Japanese dried scallops and is served with smoked ikura and sweet juicy blue swimmer crabmeat.  This modern Asian 5-course dinner set menu is available from S$168++ per person.

Featuring ‘Big Fish’ sharing platters, Osia Steak and Seafood Grill’s celebratory offerings are bound to satiate even Singapore’s biggest seafood aficionados.  These large whole fish dishes – which guests can choose for them to be grilled over the restaurant’s lava stone grill, wrapped in parchment paper and steamed or baked in a stone hearth oven till smoky with crusty skin and moist tender flesh – are perfect for family sharing this season, as they signify prosperity, abundance and auspiciousness. Highlight dishes include Grilled Wild-Caught Dutch Dover Sole at S$145++; Steamed New Zealand Wild Snapper at S$210++ and Oven-roasted Australian Fresh Water Rainbow Trout at S$220++ which each serves three to four persons.  Each ‘Big Fish’ sharing platter offers a selection of lemon butter sauce, béarnaise sauce, and mixed herb butter, and is served with a watercress salad and a parmesan potato puree.

Those craving cuisine from the Land of the Rising Sun will have to look no further with Syun’s Japanese takes on Chinese New Year dishes.  Helmed by Kobe-based Celebrity Chef Hal Yamashita, the restaurant boasts contemporary “nouvelle” Japanese cuisine starring air-flown ingredients from Japan.  Diners can tuck into inspired dishes such as the Syun Style Special Yu Sheng (Kagoshima Wagyu Beef Salad with Sesame Ponzu Sauce) and Abalone Steak with Salmon Roe, and experience the entire special 5-course set menu from S$188++ per person.

For reservations at Feng Shui Inn, Ocean Restaurant, Osia Steak and Seafood Grill, and Syun, please visit www.rwsentosa.com/cny-dining, call (65) 6577 6688 or email dining@rwsentosa.com.

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