Welcome the lunar new year with these yu sheng promotions in 2017

Welcome the lunar new year with these yu sheng promotions in 2017
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If you're young and new to your career, Chinese New Year is a great time to show appreciation for the support your parents gave you all these years. Bring home a yu sheng platter for an unexpected treat; the dish is delicious whether as an appetiser or eaten on its own.

From pouring the ingredients in the correct order, reciting auspicious phrases, the joyous (and loud!) tossing of the dish, and right down to the last satisfying bite, yu sheng represents all the best parts of the Spring Festival.

Whether at home or in the office, toss up some good luck with these yu sheng promotions in Singapore this 2017. We'll update this page with all the best Yu Sheng takeaway deals as we find them, so stay tuned!

Xi Yan Shaw Casual Dining

In keeping with the restaurant's philosophy of serving up fresh ingredients as re-inventive works of art, XI YAN has put together a Yu Sheng platter that is as easy on the eye as the stomach.

Doing away with the usual shredded ingredients, XI YAN adorns the plate with leafy greens and salad vegetables for a refreshing kick. Topping it all off are slices of fresh fish and salmon roe for a vibrant festive dish that is sure to revive flagging spirits and appetites alike.

Choose from two varieties - Salmon Yu Sheng and Duo Fish Yu Sheng (top photo), which includes a mix of tuna and salmon.


Salmon Prosperity Yu Sheng
For two pax - $28
Small - $48
Medium - $68

Duo Fish Prosperity Yu Sheng (Salmon and Tuna)
Small - $68
Medium - $88

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Reunion dinner deals for every budget

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    For $36.80 per pax, you'll get a six-course menu featuring poultry, meat and seafood prepared in traditional Chinese style. There are also eight- and nine-course menus available for those with larger appetites.

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    Have a serving of Soup Restaurant's signature double-boiled soups and Samsui Ginger Chicken, along with other Cantonese favourites for a reunion dinner that will warm hearts and bellies.

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    Steamed garoupa, poached live prawns and braised abalone all make a mouthwatering appearance in the Reunion Dinner Set menu, along with comforting favourites like steamed herbal chicken, suckling pig and wok-fried spare ribs.

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    The heritage of the restaurant shines through in its New Year set menus, studded with such classical ingredients as fish maw, abalone, sea cucumber and Moi Lum's signature Majestic Roast Chicken.

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    Majestic Bay is a modern Chinese restaurant located at the ticketing pavilion of Gardens by the Bay. That means you can work up an appetite before dinner ascending the Cloud Forest, or refresh the senses with a leisurely walk through Flower Dome afterwards.

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    Look forward to festive goodies such as Braised Eight Treasures Chicken in Claypot and Torched Pacific Wrasse with Ebiko Wasabi Hollandaise & Chilli Thread. For the perfect sweet ending to your meal, indulge in the Nian Gao Onde Onde - specially created for the occasion.

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    Crystal Jade offers three tiers of dining experiences so it's easy to find something for every budget. From Jan 16 to Feb 12, you can enjoy special festive dishes specially prepared for Chinese New Year.

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    From $65++ per adult, you can enjoy a sumptuous feast with unlimited serving of traditional Chinese New Year dishes. Each table will also receive complimentary Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng and free flow of soft drinks.

    From $95++ per adult, you'll enjoy extra complimentary dishes such as Fresh Salmon and Tuna Yu Sheng for the table. In addition, each diner will also receive 1 serving of Braised Lobster with Baby Abalone and Broccoli, and free flow of soft drinks.

Availability and other details

Collection period: Jan 13 to Feb 19

Takeaway plate: For a truly stunning dinner table display, opt for the takeaway plate, which is available at $10 each. You can return the takeaway plate once done to fully redeem your $10.

If you don't need the fancy plates, you can opt for normal plastic containers for between $0.20 to $0.30 each.

Address: 1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centre, #03-12/13, Singapore 228208
Tel: 6733 3476
Email: shaw@xiyan.com.sg

5 per cent off Soup Restaurant Yu Sheng with OCBC Cards

With outlets located all across the island, Soup Restaurant is a convenient choice for takeaway Yu Sheng.

The restaurant chain offers a classic take on the beloved dish, with colourful shredded vegetables and traditional seasonings of oil, pepper, spice powder and plum sauce.

The only concession to modern tastes is the replacement of salmon with the more traditional ikan parang. But if you (or the elders) have a craving for that 'Old World restaurant' taste, opt for the version with added jellyfish.

The promotion

Soup Restaurant also offers a Reunion Takeaway set, which includes Salmon Yu Sheng, along with Samsui Ginger Chicken, Lobster Seafood Treasure Pot, and Double-boiled Rice with 8 Gems.

The prices for the set is at $298 (for six pax) and $388 (for eight pax).

From now until 13 Jan, book this set with the OCBC 365 Credit Card to receive a 5 per cent discount. However, you must use the hotline - tel: 6645 9345 - to qualify.


Salmon Yu Sheng
Medium (six pax) - S$30.80
Large (10 pax) - S$42.80

Salmon Yu Sheng with Jellyfish
Medium (six pax) - S$36.80
Large (10 pax) - S$48.80

14 places to quickly book for your CNY 2017 reunion dinner

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    Choose from eight set menus ranging from $118++ for four to six people to $198++ a person (minimum two persons). Chicken-themed menu highlights include Dual Style Roasted & Szechuan “Bon Bon” Chicken. About 70 per cent of its two seatings are available.

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    Tuck into three set menus: $68++ a person for lunch and $108++ or $128++ a person for dinner. New dishes include braised South African eight-head abalone and braised Berkshire pork knuckle with white pepper. About 80 per cent of its two seatings are available.

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    Its nine outlets are about 50 per cent booked and each will have five to 10 set menus ranging from $68++ to $238++ a person. New this year is the Star Menu at selected outlets ($2,388++ for 10 people), which include a rooster-shaped yusheng.

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    There is a new six-course lunch menu ($68++) and eight other menus (from $88++ to $188++ a person). New dishes include rose-smoked chicken. About 30 per cent of its two seatings are available.

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    Choose from six set menus (from $88++ to $268++ a person, minimum four people). Highlights include vermicelli with Hokkaido scallop.

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    It is almost fully booked for reunion dinner at the restaurant, but diners can also eat at the hotel's Windsor Ballroom, which is 40 per cent full for its two seatings. Two set menus ($538++ for six people and $988++ for 10 people) will be served. New dishes include roast chicken with sesame and Sichuan chilli sauce.

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    Choose from eight set menus (from $128++ a person, minimum of two people, to $2,088++ for 10). New dishes include black truffle yusheng with crab, silver bait fish and fruit. Up to 30 per cent of its two seatings have been booked.

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    Be spoilt for choice with eight set menus (from $128++ to $688.80++ a person). Dishes include Flourishing Wealth Reunion Yu Sheng in the shape of a rooster. About 25 per cent of seats in the second seating are available.

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    With its first seating at capacity and second seating 80 per cent full, late bookings will be diverted to the hotel’s 500-seat grand ballroom, which is about 50 per cent booked. Set menus there start at $98.80++ a person, with dishes such as abalone, salmon and tuna yusheng and ginseng-marinated roast duck.

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    Take a walk down memory lane with a buffet of more than 30 dishes from the 1970s (from $55++ a person). Dishes include a Cantonese dish of poached chicken with ham.

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    Two set menus ($388 for four to six people; $688 for eight to 10 people) are offered by this 97-year-old stall. It is 20 to 30 per cent booked for its two seatings.

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    Choose from five set menus (from $238 for four people to $888 for 10 people). Its three seatings are about 10 per cent booked. Highlights include pan-seared red wine prawns.

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    Its Alexandra Village outlet offers three set menus (from $288 for four to six people to $528 for eight to 10 people) and has 40 per cent of seats in two seatings available. The Pandan Gardens outlet has one menu ($528 for eight to 10 people) and is 50 per cent booked for its three seatings. Highlights include roasted Prosperity Chicken with deep-fried cuttlefish strips and lotus leaf rice.

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    Choose from two set menus ($599 or $768 for 10 people). Dishes include ginseng fortune chicken and sea cucumber, bamboo fungus and crab meat. There are four seatings.

Availability and other details

Ordering period: Now till Jan 26

Collection period: Jan 9 to Feb 11

Collection on Jan 27 is available from 2pm to 4pm only.

Takeaway order hotline: 6645 9345

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