7 Auspicious Chinese New Year Dishes to eat at Resorts World Sentosa


Celebrate the auspicious Lunar Rooster New Year with your family and loved ones at the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) restaurants and attractions and stand a chance to win luxury prizes hatch in the grand lucky draws.

Well, get ready to feast, explore or play your way to prosperity with sure-win prizes plus a chance to win 2 x S$88,000 cash, a Citroen C4 Hatch, diamond jewellery from Poh Heng or a stay in an exclusive Ocean Suite in the Grand Lucky Draws on 5 and 12 February 2017.

During this festive period from now till 12 February 2017, every S$100 spent in a single receipt entitles you to a sure-win prize and one lucky draw chance for the grand prizes.

Here are the 7 RWS’ Chinese New Year Dining Highlights:

1. Feng Shui Inn (13 January to 11 February 2017)
This Lunar New Year, Feng Shui Inn’s Hong Kong-born Executive Chef Li Kwok Kwong puts a twist on classic Cantonese fare and the traditional Yu Sheng. The new Longevity “Lo Hei” with Tuna Sashimi, Quail Eggs, Black Truffle and Caviar perfectly combines prized ingredients from both land and sea. The hard boiled quail eggs symbolise the Year of the Rooster, while chopped Australian black truffle infuses an irresistible aroma, and the caviar gives delightful bursts of salty sweetness in every bite.

For the health conscious, Feng Shui Inn’s Fortune Salmon “Lo Hei” with Sweet Corn features succulent fresh salmon slices with juicy kernels of golden sweet corn, and a delightfully refreshing strawberry sauce (S$78++ for 3 to 6 persons or S$108++ for 7 to 10 persons).

Feng Shui Inn also offers a sweet and savoury Ikan Parang “Lo Hei” with Sweet Corn and Spanish Premium Ham (S$78++ for 3 to 6 persons / S$108++ for 7 to 10 persons).

2. Forest 森 (One Michelin-starred) (13 January to 11 February 2017)
Renowned for his innovative contemporary Chinese cuisine, local Celebrity Chef Sam Leong’s creations for the Lunar New Year are as delicious as they are visually stunning. The Signature Salmon Yu Sheng at Forest森 will once again delight guests with its zesty flavours. Made from a medley of fruits and vegetables like melon, pomelo, apple, seaweed and carrot, it is served with crispy white bait and thinly sliced salmon then drizzled with a well-balanced and appetizing homemade yuzu honey lime dressing.

Guests can also choose to order additional servings of Geoduck clams at S$68++, Boston lobster at S$68++, Salmon fish at S$28++ and Salmon fish skin at S$12++.

3. More creative Lunar New Year dishes from Forest森 restaurant 

The restaurant includes Deep-fried Five Spice Duck Drumstick served with Pan-seared Assorted Mushrooms (五香酥炸鸭腿) – $22 and 4. Deep-fried Boston Lobster served with “Tian Jin” Cabbage, Topped with Homemade Cheese and Garlic Sauce (酥炸波士顿龙虾,香蒜芝士汁) – $58++

5. Prosperity Steamboat at Hard Rock Hotel Singapore (27 January to 4 February 2017)
The Chinese tradition of enjoying steamboat with the family takes on a luxurious note at Hard Rock Hotel Singapore. The Prosperity Steamboat set (S$168++ for 2 persons) offers a choice of superior chicken, tom yam or spicy hot Sichuan broth and includes 600grams of lobster for 2 persons, 6 Head Abalone, Indonesian Crabs, Kurobuta Pork, Hokkaido Scallops, Garoupa Fish Fillet, Oysters, Mussels, Sea Cucumber, Clams, Tiger Prawns, Pork Belly and more.

On Chinese New Year’s Eve, this festive lobster hotpot takes you al fresco to our breezy open-air Coliseum where you and family can dine under the stars. For reservations, please call (65) 6577 6688 or email: dining@rwsentosa.com.

6. Chinese New Year Supper Club at the Forum (27 January to 11 February 2017)

Staying out late during the Lunar New Year season and hunger pangs strike at midnight? No need to worry because you can head down to the Supper Club at the Forum (Basement 1) in RWS where you can tuck into satisfying, steaming hot bites paired with ice cold beer from 10pm to 2am.

Do not miss the delicious Cantonese style lobster congee at S$8. Cooked in a lobster and chicken broth for four hours with sliced Boston lobster meat, it is a comforting bowl of savoury goodness. Local delights like Kueh Pie Tee, Popiah, dim sum and hot and cold desserts will also be available.

7. Abundance Lunar New Year Reunion Buffet Dinner at Ocean Gallery (27 January 2017)

Make your Lunar New Year Reunion Dinner a visually awe-inspiring experience by dining right at the Ocean Gallery in our S.E.A. Aquarium. Usher in a year of abundance by tucking into a one-night-only Asian buffet spread while being surrounded by schools of fishes and other gentle giants of the sea (S$88++ per adult and S$28++ per child).

The spread includes specialties from Singapore and the region, featuring Popiah, Kueh Pie Tee, Bak Kut Teh (Pork Ribs Soup), Vietnamese “Shaking Beef”, Peking Duck, Malaysian Assam Prawns, Java Chicken Noodles Soup, and Taiwanese Braised Pork Belly. A whole Salted Egg Lobster can also be enjoyed for an additional S$28++. For reservations, please call (65) 6577 6688 or email: dining@rwsentosa.com.