Sheraton Towers Singapore
At the acclaimed Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant, the popular Eight Treasures Duck has a decadent addition - five-head abalone.
And the duck, chicken and pork are stewed to tenderness with items such as lotus seed, sea cucumber and salted egg.
Price: $388++ (dine-in) and $388+ (takeaway).
Mandarin Orchard Singapore
Feast at Shisen Hanten, the chain's debut restaurant outside Japan.
Here, celebrity chef Chen Kentaro's prosperity salmon yusheng is drizzled with plum sauce with olive and spring onion oil.
Order these takeaways at no service charge: yusheng from $68 and Baby Abalone Fortune Pot, $398, five to six diners.
Tel: 6831-6262. E-mail shisenhanten.orchard@meritushotels. com
East Ocean Teochew Restaurant
Quintessential Teochew yusheng - ikan parang and loads of organic vegetables - is a fresh alternative to other offerings for takeaway.
Prices: $98+ and $138+. The whole suckling pig ($238+), roasted just crisp with meat that's not too fatty, is a must order.
Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant
The Luk Yu Treasure Pot is stuffed with 15 premium favourites such as fish maw, sea cucumber, dried oyster, black moss, scallop, dried beancurd skin and roasted pork and duck, with South African abalone.
Prices: $268++ (5 diners) or $468++ (10 diners). For takeaway, it's from $218+ if you order before Feb 17.
Long Beach Seafood
Creator of Singapore's world-famous black pepper crab in 1982, the award-winning restaurant will wow diners with its herb-based soup, with crocodile paw morchella fungi and tendon thrown in for good measure.
Locations: East Coast Parkway, Dempsey, Kallang, IMM Building and East Coast Seafood Centre. Visit www.longbeachseafood.com.sg.
Tel: 6445-8833 (main outlet). E-mail one@ longbeachseafood.com.sg
This article was first published on February 1, 2015.
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