Top 5 most indulgent yushengs in Singapore

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The best thing about Chinese New Year has to be all the delicious traditional meals that come along with the festive season. Skyscanner goes all out to find the top 5 yushengs from restaurants around Singapore that are most indulgent this Lunar New Year.

Deviate from the usual salmon yusheng; how about some lobster, scallop or crab for your reunion dinner to start the year off on the right note?

1. Wealth Happiness Yu Sheng, Hai Tien Lo

Hai Tien Lo (Pan Pacific Singapore) is one of Singapore's most established Chinese restaurants, with a resounding reputation for delicious and intricately prepared food. This Lunar New Year, toss to abundance and good fortune with Hai Tien Lo's Wealth Happiness Yu Sheng - which features a lavish spread of top-notch ingredients such as fresh Boston lobster, Hokkaido clams, surf clams, Norwegian salmon, and even a bit of sparkle with gold and silver flakes to convey the wealth and prosperity 2016 has in store! These lavish yushengs can be had from $168 (serves four).

Where: Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595

When: Jan 25-Feb 22

Prices: Takeaway yushengs start from $38

For reservations: Call 6826 8240 or email celebrate.sin@panpacific.com

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2. Premium Yu Sheng, Keyaki

Rated as one of Singapore's top restaurants by Singapore Tatler, Wine & Dine and The Peak, Keyaki (Pan Pacific Singapore) is renowned for the culinary experience it provides, thanks to quality seasonal produce that are imported directly from various parts of Japan. As a culinary tribute to the Lunar New Year, Keyaki presents an alternative to the popular tradition of Lou Hei with its Premium Yu Sheng. The dish comprises of quality lobster, sea urchin, seasonal vegetables, tobiko tuna, salmon and yellowtail sashimi, topped off with tangy ponzu sauce. Priced at $308 to serve 8 to 10 guests, Keyaki's Premium Yu Sheng is exclusively available for dine-in from 25 January to 22 February 2016 and makes for an exceptional reunion dinner.

Where: Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595

When: Jan 25-Feb 22

Prices: Yu Sheng specials start from $128

For reservations: Call 6826 8240 or email celebrate.sin@panpacific.com

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3. Yellowtail Yusheng with Monkey Head Mushrooms, Prosperity Flakes and Peach Dressing, Man Fu Yuan

One of Singapore's finest Cantonese restaurants, Man Fu Yuan, is located within the Peranakan and colonial inspired InterContinental Singapore. A new addition to their menu, Man Fu Yuan's Yellowtail Yusheng with Monkey Head Mushrooms, Prosperity Flakes and Peach Dressing is one to look out for this Lunar New Year. Symbolising the year of the Monkey, the monkey-head mushrooms add a unique twist to the classic Chinese Yu Sheng. For a touch of prosperity, the Yu Sheng is topped with honey gold flakes and finished with a refreshing peach dressing to sweeten the year. This auspicious Yu Sheng is available for take away at $118.

Where: InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966

When: Jan 18-Feb 22

Prices: Takeaway yushengs start from $78

To purchase: Call 6820 8519 or email sinhb-festive@ihg.com

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4. Abundance Hamachi Yu Sheng "Soon Tak" Style, Wah Lok

Forget about your usual yushengs! At Wah Lok in Carlton Hotel Singapore, Yu Sheng is made to the style of Soon Tak - a district in the City of Foshan of China's Guangdong Province. Enjoy a variety of refreshing flavours and a medley of colours with generous servings of Hamachi (Japanese yellowtail fish) presented on julienned cucumber, ginger, chilli, coriander leaves, and ground peanuts, topped off with a dash of lemon juice and soy sauce. The Abundance Hamachi Yu Sheng "Soon Tak" Style is only available for dine-in at $108++. If you're feeling extra indulgent, you might also want to Luo Hei in style with the sweet flesh of Alaskan Crab starting off the New Year instead of fish! Other goodies on their New Year set menu include traditional dishes like Buddha Jumps over the Wall, Braised Whole Abalone and Longevity Poon Choi.

Where: Carlton Hotel Singapore, 76 Bras Basah Road Singapore 189558

When: Jan 25-Feb 22

Prices: The Abundance Hamachi Yu Sheng "Soon Tak" Style is only available for dine-in at $108++. Takeaway yushengs start from $128+.

For reservations: Call Wah Lok at 6311 8188 / 6311 8189 or email wah.lok@carltonhotel.sg

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5. Crowne Plaza Prosperity Yu Sheng, the Lobby Lounge

Offering add-ons such as bailing mushroom, crispy fish skin and abalone to a classic Yu Sheng, the Crowne Prosperity Yu Sheng from Azur (Crowne Plaza Changi Airport) is available for takeaway if you place your order three working days in advance. You can't go wrong with abalone - the prized ingredient that surrounds most key dishes during the Lunar New Year. This yusheng makes for the perfect pickup when you're at Changi Airport, on your return from a quick getaway during the New Year holidays!

Where: Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, 775 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819664

When: Jan 22-Feb 22

Prices: Takeaway yushengs start from $58; an add-on portion of abalone starts from $48

For reservations: Call the Lobby Lounge at 6823 5367 or email lobbylounge.cpca@ihg.com

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