McDonald’s Prosperity Burger Returns, Along With A New Breakfast Item: Hotcakes With Fried Chicken

Year after year, we all look forward to Chinese New Year for one thing only – McDonald’s Prosperity Burger.

It should honestly be a staple on the menu because it is one of our greatest national treasures. It’s also probably the only burger we’re all willing to fight the crowd for. 

If you love the Prosperity Burger as much as we do, great news, McDonald’s is bringing back the long awaited burgers on 24 Jan 2019.

Come Home To Prosperity

Starting 24 January, McDonald’s Singapore presents Singaporeans with a collection of returning Chinese New Year classics – the Prosperity Burger and Twister Fries – and new additions to the menu!

Savour the perfect reunion of flavours! Bite into a mouth-watering beef or chicken patty drenched in McDonald’s black pepper sauce,

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topped with crisp, sliced onions and tucked between warm, fluffy sesame buns. The Prosperity Burger is truly the most anticipated burger every year!

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Prosperity Burgers And Twister Fries

Just like previous years, the Prosperity Beef or Chicken Burger returns in single and double patty options, available from S$5.50 and S$7.50, respectively. You can also get the Prosperity Twister Fries à la carte at S$3.40 or upgrade Extra Value Meal fries with an additional top-up of S$0.70.

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Or go all out and get the Prosperity Feast (from $9.50) – the perfect combination of their delicious Prosperity Burger (Beef or Chicken), Prosperity Twister Fries (M), Peach Pie, and Iced Milo (S).

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With every purchase of the Prosperity Feast, you will also receive a set of ang baos, consisting of four different designs whether in-stores or via McDelivery® and GrabFood, available from 24 January, while stocks last.

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Hotcakes with Golden Chicken

You probably had or heard of Chicken and Waffles once in your lifetime. Usher in the new year with McDonald’s all-new Hotcakes with Golden Chicken – three pieces of hotcakes drizzled with syrup and butter, paired with a golden chicken cutlet.

The breakfast platter will be sold from S$6.50, providing a savoury option for hotcakes lovers!

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There’s no better way to usher in the prosperous new year than catching up with friends and family over a Prosperity Burger!

McDonald’s Chinese New Year 2019
Must-try: Golden Prosperity Burger, Hotcakes With Golden Chicken
Date: From 24 January, while stocks last

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(Header Image Source: McDonald’s Singapore)

Save More, Huat More – 10 Wholesale Stores In S’pore To Stock Up On CNY Goodies And Groceries

Scrumptious reunion dinners and house visits chock full of festive treats are part and parcel of Chinese New Year celebrations. With the festive season just round the corner, there is absolutely no time to lose when it comes to shopping for goodies and groceries.

Whether you’re planning on shopping with the family or relying on your parents to bring food to the table, shop at these wholesale stores with prices lower than your neighbourhood supermarkets. You’ll definitely have to travel a little further than your normal trip to Sheng Siong, but fret now, the money you save from shopping at these places will more than offset the cost of your petrol.

Budget Singaporean or not, here are some wholesale stores to check out before Chinese New Year!

1. Hai Sia

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Yu” in Chinese means both “prosperity” and “fish”. With that, large quantities of fish and other seafood should be consumed to ensure maximum huat throughout the new year.

If you’re looking for the freshest seafood at compatible prices, head down to the source itself.  Situated opposite the Central Fish Market at Jurong Fishery Port, Hai Sia is in a prime location to purchase fresh seafood products from the region. They carry a wide range of fish, including familiar names such as Pomfret, Red Grouper, Red Snapper, Salmon, Seabass and Threadfin.

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The fluctuations in seafood prices during CNY can be quite dampening, especially for our wallets. However, the seafood from Hai Sia will be kept at their original prices this festive season!

If the location is too ulu for you, check out their whole range on RedMart and get them delivered to you instead.

Hai Sia Seafood Supplies
35A Fishery Port Road, Singapore S619743
Contact No.:
6264 1356
Website | Facebook | RedMart

2. Cellarbration

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What’s a gathering without a round of drinks?

Cellarbration, one of the largest online alcohol retailer in Singapore, will be selling their drinks at discounted prices this Chinese New Year. Cellarbration’s Chinese New Year sale boasts an impressive selection of spirits, wines, and beer! This includes crowd-favourites like Chivas Regal ($56, U.P. $82), Absolut Vodka ($40, U.P. $58), and Carlsberg 24x320ml ($48, U.P. $60) , and most of their wines are selling at prices lower than what you will get at Duty-Free.

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Get your drinks from their website or head down to any of their retail stores to enjoy their Chinese New Year promotion.

Address: Find Their Nearest Store Here
Website | Facebook

3. Victoria Wholesale Centre

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Victoria Wholesale Centre is the only private wholesale centre in Singapore for dried goods. Head down to the shops on the first level where you can purchase goods in bulk and at lower prices than retail shops.

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From dried ikan bilis and dried shrimps to bird’s nest and fish maw, this wholesale centre has all the essential ingredients to recreate ah ma’s tonic soups!

Victoria Wholesale Centre
Address: 101 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339508
Opening Hours From Now Till 2 Feb : Mon – Sun: 9am – 7pm
Contact No.: 6291 2349
Website | Facebook

4. Ben Foods

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Ben Foods is the best place to go for great deals on frozen food, canned sauces and dairy products. You will also find other familiar brands under them such as Farmland, Spices of the Orient and Orchard Fresh. Online purchases are available with self-collection and delivery options.

Despite their rather ulu location, the journey is well worth it as many have raved about the attractive wholesale prices at Ben Foods.

Ben Foods
Address: No 1 Fishery Port Road, Singapore 619729
Opening Hours: 26 Jan & 2 Feb: 10am – 1pm, 30 Jan – 1 Feb: 3pm – 5pm
Contact No.: 6267 4385

Need to much on nuts and snacks while you play a round of mahjong? Swing by Tai Sun‘s factory outlet for a snack shopping spree before CNY. You can expect your favourite snacks such as cashews, roasted almonds, assorted fruits and nuts all at cheap prices as compared to external retailers.

Great news is that their factory will be open to public a month before festive periods like Chinese New Year and Hari Raya – so you have plenty of time to stock up on snacks!

Tai Sun
Address: 255 Pandan Loop, Singapore 128433
Opening Hours: 9.30am – 5.30pm, daily
Contact No.: 6779 6611

6. Hosen Singapore

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The brand Hosen is synonymous with their famous canned fruits amongst all things.

Besides the syrup-soaked fruit slices they’re known for, you can also find stacks of canned drinks – perfect for serving when guests come over. From now till 1 February 2019, head down on weekdays and have a go at their “Sure Win Lucky Dip” with every $50 spent and stand a chance at winning a $88 hamper every week.

Hosen Singapore Annual Warehouse Sale
Address: 267 Pandan Loop, Singapore 128439
Date: 9 Jan 2019 – 1 Feb 2019
Opening Hours: Weekdays: 9am – 6pm, Weekends: 8am – 6pm

7. QB Food Trading

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QB Food offers a diverse range of products—including chilled and frozen meats, dairy products, dry goods, processed foods, and beverages. However, they are experts in fresh meat and cheese in particular.

So if you’re looking for top quality meats for your steamboat gatherings, you’ll be pleased to know that they’re selling it at discounted prices this festive season – Iberico Pork Collar Shabu Shabu 330g ($9.80, U.P.  $14.50), Pork Belly Shabu Shabu ($5.90).

Do note that they are an “all members” store. All you have to do is simply sign up on their website prior to shopping with them. Don’t worry, membership is completely free!

QB Food Trading
Address: 8 Chin Bee Crescent, Jurong, Singapore 619893
Opening Hours During CNY: Mon – Fri: 9am – 6pm, Sat: 9am to 1pm | With Exceptions: 26 Jan: 9am to 3pm, 2 Feb: 9am to 3pm, 4 Feb: 9am to 1pm, 5 and 6 Feb: Closed

8. Li Chuan Food Products

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Looking for a one stop place to get all your steamboat needs like fish balls, crabmeats and cheese tofu?

Hop over to Li Chuan for some frozen food shopping so you can hold an amazing steamboat that your guests will be sure to fawn over. The frozen food come in various sizes so you can feed a family of 5 or even entertain a group of 20 friends!

From 11 January to 1 February, head down to Li Chuan to cop the best deals.

Li Chuan Food Products
Address: 40 Woodlands Terrace, Singapore 738456
Opening Hours: 11 Jan – 1 Feb: 9am – 5pm
Contact No.: 6755 7688

9. Zac Butchery

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Zac Butchery is heaven on earth for carnivores. If you need to satisfy your meat cravings, you’ll be able to purchase various cuts of meats, sausages and cold cuts here!

From now till 19 February, get a FREE packet of Cheesy Chicken Cocktail (300gm, worth $4.40) with purchase of any 750gm of beef shabu shabu! While stocks last and valid only at ZAC Butchery Singapore Post Centre outlet.

Zac Butchery
Address: Find your nearest outlet Facebook

10. NTUC FairPrice’s Warehouse Club

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In celebration of Chinese New Year, NTUC FairPrice’s Warehouse Club will be open to ALL customers till 4 Feb 2019, NO membership will be required during this period.

With the flurry of preparation that needs to be done, save yourself time and money by buying more and paying less for all your goodies at Warehouse Club!

NTUC FairPrice Warehouse Club
Address: 1 Joo Koon Circle (next to Joo Koon MRT Station), Level 3, Singapore 629117
Date: Now to 4 Feb 2019
Contact No.:  6710 4584
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6 Obvious Ways To Impress Your Future In-Laws This Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is just around the corner and you know what that means – home visits, lots of red packets and even more food! If you’re seeing someone, CNY will also probably be the time that you visit your significant other’s parents. Don’t get the jitters because we’ve got 6 great ways to impress the future in-laws this Lunar New Year.

1) Wear Red To Impress

Okay, this one is easy.

Red, red, and MORE red right? Duh.

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It’s a sure win colour. You’ll definitely be well-received if you look like a red ang pao walking through their doors bringing good luck to their family.

2) Bring A Gift

Bring a pair of Mandarin Oranges. That will be obviously expected of you.

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If you want to make a super impression, bring awesome gifts or food, like…

a Golden Pineapple Cake


a huge Huat Tart

(both from Goodwood Park Hotel)

or a Yu Sheng, so you can Lou Hei together!

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We bet they’ll love you after this.

3) Offer To Help

There’s always so much to do and so little help during Chinese New Year.

If your partner’s family is hosting a huge gathering, offer to take out the trash, serve food to relatives, and look useful all the time.

You’ll get compliments in no time!

If you’re invited for an exclusive meeting (just your partner’s immediate family), volunteer to help in other ways – scoop the rice, wash the dishes, and be gentlemanly. You’ll ace the meeting, we promise.

4) Know The Taboos And Superstitions And Avoid Them

We know – there are just SO many Chinese taboos to avoid!

No washing your hair because you’re washing away your good luck, no sweeping the floor because you’re sweeping away your family’s good luck, and the list goes on…

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These superstitions are amusing but let’s not take any chances with the future in-laws.

The most applicable taboo this Chinese New Year will probably revolve around meal times.

Well, we all know not to stick our chopsticks in rice because it resembles offerings. But did you know that while eating fish, you should not break any of the fish bones?

There are so many taboos and superstitions, it’s best to check with your other half, so you know what matters to their family.

5) Get Ready To Talk & Interact

We’ll let you in on a secret.

Everyone’s favourite topic is themselves.

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So, get rid of all those awkward moments with his/her relatives by asking them about themselves! They’ll be talking non-stop like a machine gun. Just nod your head in approval and listen, in case they ask for your opinion.

6) Lastly, Be Yourself

So cliche but so true!

You shouldn’t claim to be knowledgable about American or Chinese politics just because your partner’s father is.

He’ll see through your lies and lack of knowledge in no time. Better to keep quiet and nod your head than speak and show you’re a fool.

Let your own personality and interest shine through instead.

Wrapping up!

Chinese New Year can be a great opportunity to meet the future in-laws because everyone’s cheerful and happy.

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While certain traditions should be adhered to and certain actions should be avoided, do not let them intimidate you. Grab a pair of oranges and put on a smile while you take your relationship to the next level and meet the parents.

If your boyfriend or girlfriend is meeting your parents, don’t forget to share this with them.

Also, read Torikin: Where You Can Indulge In A Uni Hotpot Brimming With Seafood

McDonald’s Puts The Fun Back Into CNY With New Golden Prosperity Burger, Cute Red Packets & Orange Bags!

Reunion dinners are great: You get to spend time with the family, eat great food, and there’s enough leftovers for a whole week. Unfortunately, with the outrageous prices of ingredients, and the long tedious hours of preparations, cooking, and cleaning, hosting a successful reunion dinner can be just so exhausting.

Scouting for places to have the reunion dinner will make you want to pull your hair out. Well, we’ve got a good suggestion. This place will tick all your boxes. Delectable meaningful food, check. Awesome CNY freebies, check. Aircon and great service, you’ve got it.

The place is none other than…McDonald’s! This year, the McDonald’s menu AND the freebies are so awesome, you’ll be tempted to just suggest this preposterous but oh-so-possible idea of having your family’s reunion dinner there!

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The Golden Prosperity Burger

Typically, McDonald’s Prosperity Burger offers a perfect harmony of juicy beef, signature black pepper sauce and slivered onions, all in one sesame seed bun.

This year, McDonald’s new Golden Prosperity Burger comes with a bonus golden, crunchy hashbrown. Time for some extra crunching as you bite into this deliciously juicy burger!

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Irresistible Sides

To complete your meal, order Prosperity Twister Fries and some sweet BBQ Drumlets.

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For dessert, something special has been planned. A Gula Melaka McFlurry® with Rainbow Bites!

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Enjoy the velvety vanilla soft serve swirled with yummy Gula Melaka and crunchy rainbow bites. Yes – it’s truly love at first bite.

Ang Pao Packets & Orange Bags

Still not convinced? With every purchase of a Golden Prosperity extra value meal participating McDonald’s restaurants or via McDelivery, you’ll receive a set of 6 Ang Pao Packets! *Designs may vary.

For $5, you’ll get a super adorable orange bag. These limited edition designs are adorable and useful for the coming week of visitations.

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Rather than prepare Bok Choy, Fa Gao, chicken and fish because they symbolise prosperity, why not simply have your reunion dinner with McDonald’s Golden Prosperity Meal? If you’re not keen to head on out, just call McDelivery!

So bring your whole family down to the nearest McDonald’s restaurant, or order with McDelivery to eat in the comforts of your own home. Either way, you can enjoy delicious food at great prices, all while avoiding the time-consuming effort of preparing the Reunion Dinner.

Now you can put your full attention on what really matters this CNY: Spending time with your family.

McDonald’s Chinese New Year 2017
Golden Prosperity Burger, BBQ Drumlets, Gula Melaka McFlurry with Rainbow Bites
Must-have: Orange bags and red packets
Date: From 12 January, while stocks last

Information on Orange Bags & Ang Pao Packets

The Prosperity orange bags come in two designs – French Fries and McCafe Frappe. They’re available for purchase at $5 each with any order made via McDelivery and over the McCafe counters. Limited to one orange bag per transaction.

The red packets are available in four designs; French Fries, Big Mac, Sundae, McCafe Frappe. You’ll get a free pack of six with every purchase of a Golden Prosperity Burger Extra Value Meal at all participating McDonald’s restaurants and via McDelivery. Red packet Sundae design is only available at restaurants, while the McCafe Frappe design is only available via McDelivery. However depending on stock availability, designs may be vary. Restaurants not participating are branches at KK Hospital, Parklane Shopping Mall, Lucky Chinatown Point, and Tampines Interchange Kiosk.

Also, read 10 Activities To Do During Chinese New Year That Doesn’t Involve Empty Malls

These Restaurants Are Ditching Their Reunion Dinners So You Can Order From Them This CNY!

There’s nothing more important than food during Chinese New Year.

For the lucky ones with a whole family of masterchefs, reunion dinners and visitations are filled with kitchen-fulls of dishes, and table-fulls of homemade pineapple tarts and the like.

But what about those of us who aren’t as lucky? Or those of us who could potentially burn down our kitchen by simply boiling a pot of water?

Well, UberEATS wants to come to the rescue with their list of restaurants (both Chinese and non-Chinese) open during the weekend to whet your appetite and satisfy your hunger!

Chinese Restaurants Opened On CNY (28-29 Jan)

For those without a chef to tank all the visitors’ hungry stomachs, the team at UberEATS has come up with a list of some of their favourite Chinese restaurants:

Lao Jiang Superior Soup (Bukit Timah)

Specialities: Malaysian soup dishes such as the Ipoh Hor Fun Superior Soup and the signature Red Grouper Soup.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 10 PM, 28th and 29th Jan 2017

Indocafe The White House

Specialities: A Lunar New Year set menu, and the Fortune Set which has classic dishes like Yu Sheng and ee fu noodles.

Opening Hours: 12 PM to 10:30 PM, 28th and 29th Jan 2017

Five Loaves Two Fish

Specialities: Their well-known MSG-free collagen fish soup, and tze char dishes.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM, 27th to 29th Jan 2017

Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant

Specialities: Sichuan-style dishes with a speciality in seafood dishes. Popular options include kung pao chicken and charcoal grilled fish.

Opening Hours: 11:30 AM to 10:30 AM, 27th to 29th Jan 2017

5 Star Hainanese Kampung Chicken Rice

Specialities: Their famous chicken rice topped with free-range chicken, which is a healthier option of the meat.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 9 PM, 27th Jan. 12 PM to 12 AM, 28th Jan and 29th Jan 2017

Guo Se Tian Xiang

Specialities: Hunan delicacies like steamed fish head with homemade chili and griddle-cooked spicy shrimp.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 3 PM and 5 PM to 10 PM, 27th to 29th Jan 2017

Kelong Seafood

Specialities: Seafood staples like curry fish head and Fu Rong omelette from the long-standing stall in Holland Village.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM, 27th and 29th Jan 2017

Ju Hao by MOF

Specialities: Northern Chinese cuisine like their signature freshly-made noodles and Xiao Long Bao (mini soup dumplings).

Opening Hours: 3 PM to 10 PM on 28th Jan 2017 and 11 AM to 10 PM on 29th Jan 2017

Non-Chinese Options Opened On CNY (28-29 Jan)

For those who are sick of yu sheng, pineapple tarts, roasted meat and fried rice, UberEATS also has some non-Chinese options up their sleeves:

Tree Lizard

Specialities: Some of their more popular dishes include a 48-degree sous vide salmon (with truffle mash potatoes) and tasty baked escargot.

Opening Hours: 12 PM to 12 AM28th and 29th Jan 2017

The LoKal

Specialities: An Aussie-inspired cafe which prides itself on its homemade creations, and has gotten much attention from its Sunday roast chicken.

Opening Hours: 10 AM to 3:30 PM28th and 29th Jan 2017

Two Blur Guys

Specialities: Gourmet burgers that come with thick patties ranging from prime beef, salmon, pulled pork and more.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 10:30 PM28th and 29th Jan 2017

The Workbench Bistro

Specialities: A ‘hipster cafe in the heartland’, they serve Western dishes with a Singapore twist. Some dishes include purple sweet potato waffles with gula melaka and salted egg pasta.

Opening Hours: 12 PM to 10 PM28th and 29th Jan 2017

KuCina Italian

Specialities: A Muslim-owned option, it serves reasonably-priced Italian cuisine with specials like braised veal leg and turkey bacon carbonara.

Opening Hours: 11:30 AM to 10 PM28th and 29th Jan 2017

Aroi Na Thai Kitchen

Specialities: Thai food from the Holland Village food centre stall which offers favourites like green curry, mookata and pad thai.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM28th and 29th Jan 2017

The Garden Slug

Specialities: For a non-conventional family which wants a Western option, it has New Year Reunion and Prosperity Trays. Some picks include lamb loin chops and caramelised confit of smoked duck breast.

Opening Hours: 10 AM to 10 Pm28th and 29th Jan 2017

Delhi 6 Katong V

Specialities: Indian favourites like garlic naan, spicy tikka butter masala, mutton briyani and also vegetarian options.

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM28th and 29th Jan

UberEATS CNY-Friendly Features

Above are just a few eateries given to us by the UberEATS team, and they have assured us that there will be more available during the weekend, so explore away!

In the meantime, the team has also shared about some CNY-friendly features on the app that will make ordering during the break much smoother:

1. No Minimum Order

Whether you’re feeding a party of friends, or just feeding yourself during the break, UberEATS would accept your orders – regardless of amount!

2. Scheduled Orders

If you’re a kanchiong spider, and would rather die than deal with a roomful of hungry guests waiting for their meals, you can now schedule orders from the UberEATS app.

You can start placing your orders a week in advance, so in light of the possible rush, we’d advice that you start picking your dishes now.

3. Concurrent Orders

This allows you to handpick the best from each restaurant, so that you won’t need to do multiple orders just for a single meal.

The app also lets you keep track of all your orders – just tap the receipt icon to see your past and upcoming orders!

Ditch The Fast Food, Treat Yourself This CNY Weekend!

In preparation for Chinese New Year, there is already so much to do from spring cleaning the house to shopping. Cooking, especially if you are expecting a healthy number of hungry guests, will simply add to your list of worries.

Since UberEATS is offering to take that fuss off our plate(haha), why not take up their offer? You can download the app here on the Apple store and Google Play.

Start shopping for your CNY meals starting from now and have the security of mind that your guests will be well-fed.

This article first appeared at Vulcan Post.

Also, read 9 Incredible Yu Sheng To Toss So You Get Good Luck In The Year Of The Rooster

11 Amazing Activities, Food & Events To Wrap Up Your January

We’re midway through another month. But this month isn’t just any ordinary month – it’s the first month of 2017, and it’s coming to an end. Time sure flies. We hope 2017 has been good to you so far. But if not, we’ve got you covered.

With Chinese New Year right around the corner and Singapore Art Week in full swing, Singapore is bustling with amazing activities, food, and events.

Whether you’re an art lover who loves nosing around museums, a dedicated foodie on the hunt for the newest food creations, or a shopaholic – we’ve got it all laid out. There’re even chances to do good and give back to the community while you’re at it. What better way to start the new year right, right?

Here’s a calendar of 11 fun things to do from 15 – 31 January 2017!

Play & Discover

1. Project Dreamcatchers 2016: Into The Looking Glass

Into The Looking Glass explores the struggles of youths with chronic illnesses. Despite the odds, they accomplish feats every day.

Immerse yourself in their visual artworks and expect to come out seeing the world afresh with an open mind.

You’ll be supporting local artists, viewing a stunning array of unique artworks, hearing touching stories, and ending discrimination all in one. Need we say more?

Into The Looking Glass
Date: 9 Dec 2016 – 22 Jan 2017
Opening Hours: Mondays to Sundays, 10am – 7pm; Fridays, 10am – 9pm
Admission: Free
Venue: 71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189555, SAM Gallery 3.7
Into The Looking Glass: A Local Exhibition You Must Not Miss

2. Singapore Art Week

Singapore Art Week has seen a week of artists, designers, musicians, dancers and art-lovers coming together. Exhibitions, festivals and tours are placed all over the island.

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The week hasn’t ended yet! You can still view Lock Route (till 30 June), participate in Printmaking (till 22 Jan) and stand in awe of Wings of a Rich Manoeuvre (till 31 Jan), just to name a few.

This weekend, Singapore Art Museum will also celebrate Singapore Art Week with a festive party of guided tours, artist performances, live music sessions, an art market, a street picnic, and more.

Singapore Art Week
Date: 11 to 22 Jan 2017
Venue: All over the island

Also, read Dying Art Culture? Nope. Here’s What To Expect During Singapore Art Week 2017

3. St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival

The annual St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is back for the seventh year in Singapore! It’s the ultimate music festival not to be missed.

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The festival will feature an indie music line-up: from Singapore’s home-grown Sam Rui and T-Rex, to UK’s Glass Animals

Be prepared for a 14 hour long party of thirty eclectic gigs, yummy food and all-around awesome vibes.

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival
Date: Saturday, 21 Jan 2017
Venue: The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay
Tickets: $185 each for Standard Tickets, $166.50 each for Group Bundle, $200 each for Door Sales
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The Projector will be flashing a collection of films by Palestinian film-makers and artists, each with their own stories and narratives to tell.

The Singapore Palestinian Film Festival
Date: 19-22 Jan 2017
Venue: The Projector
Address: 6001 Beach Road #05-00 Golden Mile Tower, Singapore 199589
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Over 30 artworks from contemporary artists from Singapore and all over the world will be showcased.

The exhibition also marks the launch of Parkview Museum, Singapore’s newest art space.

On Sharks and Humanity
Date: 19-31 Jan 2017
Opening hours: 11am-7pm
Venue: Parkview Museum
Address: L3 Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188778
Admission: Free
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The tart’s silky smooth bean curd is made from scratch, and encased in a buttery shortcrust pastry.

You can get the new ‘Yuan Yang’ set for only $5.00 (Usual Price at $7.60). Offer lasts till 26 January 2017.

Honolulu Café
Address: The Centrepoint #01-33F/G
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily
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7.  Torikin’s Uni Hotpot

The mouth-watering picture says it all. To celebrate the Chinese New Year (CNY), Torikin is introducing a lavish and sumptuous Uni Hotpot.

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With large portions of uni (sea urchin) flown in from Japan, shabu-style prawns, scallops, salmon and tuna, this is the ideal prosperity pot to indulge in over CNY.

Address: 557 Bukit Timah Road #01-14/16 Crown Centre, Singapore 269694
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Sat-Sun: 12:00pm – 3:00pm, 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Price: Uni hotpot at $86.90 per pax

8. Mak’s Noodle’s New Menu

Michelin-starred Mak’s Noodle, famous for its classic springy noodles and prawn wontons, has launched a new menu touting “the bigger, the better”.

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The five new dishes offered contain carefully chosen ingredients. Think shiitake mushrooms and king prawns. The vegetables are also boiled with higher stem to leaves ratio for extra flavour.

These are surely dishes to bring in prosperity, cheer and longevity in the new year!

Mak’s Noodle
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm
Centre Point
176 Orchard Road, Centre Point, #01-63/64, Singapore 238843
Tel: 62355778
Email: [email protected]

3 Gateway Dr, #02-06 , Singapore 608532 Tel: 6250 3858
Email: [email protected]

1 Harbourfront Walk #B2-27 & 27A Singapore 098585
Tel: 6358 2582
Email: [email protected]

9. MacDonald’s Golden Prosperity Burger

With new items and classic favourites, McDonald’s inspires families to relive CNY traditions with a modern twist.

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The familiar and yummy Prosperity Burger is back for the new year! This year, you can even enjoy some crunch by ordering the Golden Prosperity Burger, which has a whole hashbrown in it.

Pair the burger with our all-time-favourite Twister Fries, Sweet BBQ Drumlets, or Gula Melaka McFlurry.

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Do you find visiting a bore? These limited edition orange bags and red packets will not only perk you up, but they’ll be a talking point at every gathering.

McDonald’s Chinese New Year 2017
Golden Prosperity Burger, BBQ Drumlets, Gula Melaka McFlurry with Rainbow Bites
Must-have: Orange bags (top-up $5 for one) and red packets (6 Ang Pao packets with every Golden Prosperity extra value meal)
Date: From 12 January, while stocks last
For more details, head here.


1. Tanjong Goodman’s Weekend Market

What a flea market! With arts and crafts, pre-loved collectors items and eco-friendly lifestyle products, there’s really something for everyone.

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Besides that, there’ll also be shows and visual art displays, and interactive workshops with artists too.

The Tanjong Goodman Weekend Market promises a day of adventure. 

Tanjong Goodman Weekend Market
Date: 21 – 22 Jan 2017
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm
Venue: Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Singapore 439053

2. The Local People X Singapore Land Authority Duct Tape Party

Trust The Local People to come up with this edgy art market – and with the Singapore Land Authority, no less.

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Expect a public art project using duct tape, movie screenings on the ceiling (to be watched while you’re lying on your back on mats and cushions), live music acts, and food trucks.

Also, do your part for charity at the Food From The Heart food donation drive.

TLP X SLA Duct Tape Party
Date: 21st Jan 2017, Saturday
Time: 7 pm – 1 am
Location: Under The West Coast Viaduct, at the crossroads between Clementi Road and West Coast Ferry Road

It’s obvious that there’s a whole line up of new and fresh activities to check out before January ends. Surely, you can’t complain about running out of things to do this month.

Festivals, food, and a whole lot of fun are everywhere. So much such that we’re almost not sure where to start! But one thing is for sure, no matter what you’re interested in, there’s something for you.

It’s only the start of the year, but there’s already so much to do. If you’re ready to end off the month fabulously, check out these events and have a blast!

(Header image credit: Straatosphere)

Also, read Dying Art Culture? Nope. Here’s What To Expect During Singapore Art Week 2017

This Chinese New Year, Let’s Not Forget About The Less Fortunate

With Chinese New Year (CNY) on the horizon, what comes to mind is the abundance of food, the new clothes, and the joyous gatherings – all a display of wealth and fortune. Every year, we sit around a table with family and close friends, and dig into costly delicacies. These are but expected routines and traditions.

However, we forget that not everyone can afford such luxuries.

So while we’re about to celebrate this festive season, let us not forget the less fortunate, for whom these luxuries may not exist.

Here are 4 upcoming charity events that will make your CNY more meaningful this year.

1. AsiaMalls Food Collection & Distribution Initiative

In the spirit of inclusiveness, AsiaMalls has partnered Food from the Heart (FFTH) for a CNY food distribution initiative.

More than 150 volunteers will come together this month to pack and distribute over 500 bags of Chinese New Year goodies and AsiaMalls vouchers to the less privileged.

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All food items will go towards supporting Food from the Heart’s 25,000 beneficiaries, especially those living in the surrounding areas of the malls.

Head on down to any of the malls below to donate goodies, volunteer to pack or distribute them!

Items to contribute include:

  • Non-perishable food (Instant noodle, canned food etc.)
  • Non-food grocery (Toiletries, detergent etc.)
  • Condiments (Soy sauce, salt etc.)
  • Instant beverages (Milo, coffee etc.)

AsiaMalls Food Collection and Distribution Initiative (in partnership with Food from the Heart)
Century Square: 13 – 19 Jan 2017, Level 1, opposite Universal Optical
Tampines 1: 13 – 19 Jan 2017, Level 1, opposite Sephora
Hougang Mall: 20 – 26 Jan 2017, Level 4, next to The Manhattan Fish Market
Tiong Bahru Plaza: 20 – 26 Jan 2017, Level 1, lift lobby.
Collection time: 11AM – 9PM, daily

2. Have A Reunion Lunch With Stay-Alone Seniors

The eve of every CNY sees members of the family, young and old, bond over a sumptuous meal that is the reunion dinner. But some seniors who live alone in rental flats don’t have anyone share this special occasion with.

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GoodLife! Makan by Montfort Care is planning a charity CNY reunion luncheon for 80 to 100 stay-alone seniors in the Marine Terrace. There will also be games and activities, and a red packet for each senior for good health and luck in the new year.

Consider sharing a meal with these seniors in the afternoon before your own reunion dinner with family!

GoodLife! Makan
Address: 52 Marine Terrace, #01-189 Singapore 440052
Tel: 6702 0212
Email: [email protected]

3. Donate Your Pre-Loved Items To Salvation Army

While you’re in the midst of your CNY spring cleaning, don’t throw all your items out yet! Old clothes, toys, books, and even furniture can be given to someone who needs it more.

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The Salvation Army is a good place to start. With more than 10 centres across Singapore, their programmes reach out to children and the aged who need care, families in material need, and other needy persons in society.

As long as they’re in good condition, drop your pre-loved items at any of their Redshield centres. Otherwise, if your item is bulky, like furniture or big appliances, you can arrange for collection at your doorstep.

The Salvation Army
Tel: (65) 6288 5438
Email: [email protected]
Address: 20 Bishan Street 22 Singapore 579768 (Open car park)
Operating Hours: Mon – Sun, 24 hours
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Each wishing card costs $2 and all proceeds will go to the Kreta Ayer Seniors’ Activity Centre.

You’ll be benefitting more than a thousand elderly members all year round by funding meal services, morning exercises, health screenings, and excursions.

Chinatown Wishing Tree
Date: 7 – 27 January 2017
Time: 11am – 9pm
Venue: Chinatown Point

Chinese New Year is surely a time for us to kick back and catch up with family and friends over good food, good cheer and togetherness. It’s all the more that we keep in mind those who do not have access to these things we take for granted, and play our part to make their lives just a little better.

(Header credit: Asia One)

Also, read 10 Activities To Do During Chinese New Year That Doesn’t Involve Empty Malls

10 Activities To Do During Chinese New Year That Doesn’t Involve Empty Malls

Chinese New Year is no doubt a joyous occasion that most look forward to every year. This festive period usually encompasses several days of collecting red packets, munching on delectable new year goodies, buying new clothes and visiting friends’ and relatives’ homes for even more red packets!

However, we all know that there are only that many red packets to be collected and that many homes to visit. Additionally, most shopping malls are typically closed during Chinese New Year. This usually means watching endless re-runs of hilarious Stephen Chow’s comedies while snacking away on those love letters and pineapple tarts.

We are all too familiar with this rather “mundane” way of spending the Lunar New Year. Besides all the non-stop eating and talking, here are 10 activities to do during Chinese New Year that doesn’t involve empty malls!

1. Rooster In The New Year At Jurong Bird Park!

No better way to usher in the Year of the Rooster than at the bird paradise itself – Jurong Bird Park!

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Keen to know what is in store for you for the year ahead? Go on a zoo-diac trail at Singapore Zoo to shed some light on what to expect this Rooster Year based on your zodiac animal!

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All the munching of delicious Chinese New Year goodies and stomach-filling steamboats are bound to leave you feeling bloated and chubby. Take this chance to burn off some of those unwanted calories by hitting the gym!

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4. Visit The Green Lawns Of The Istana

Ever wondered what goes on behind those massive iron gates of our President’s official residence, the Istana?

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Look forward to this year’s 31st edition of the River Hongbao Festival, which will feature an elaborately-decorated heart-shaped design entrance walkaway to usher in the Year of the Rooster!

Furthermore, be dazzled by the spectacular lantern displays all around the area. To top it off, you can expect a delightful spectacle of fireworks and lasers shows at 9pm every night.

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We cannot guarantee that the S.E.A Aquarium will be less crowded than usual given that it will be a long weekend holiday. However, we are pretty sure that the numerous species of marine animals here as well as the massive viewing panel will certainly provide an amazing and fascinating time as opposed to simply staying at home!

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Soak in the spring beauty of floral displays while enjoying the Chinese New Year festivities at Gardens By The Bay!

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Besides admiring the floral displays at the flower dome, there are also several engaging activities that you and the entire family could participate in.

Their Spring Surprise 2017 offers an array of entertaining traditional performances as well as the biggest ever LED Phoenix making its debut appearance here in Singapore.

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If you absolutely have to stay indoors this Chinese New Year and those Stephen Chow comedies are starting to get less comical, there are still other ways to maximise this festive holidays – such as hosting a game night!

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5 Underrated Local Fashion Boutiques To Buy Your CNY Clothes From

With Chinese New Year (CNY) just round the corner, there is absolutely no time to lose when it comes to shopping for new clothes! Where should you shop at then?

We’d say, forget international brand names. With the onslaught of H&M, Forever 21 and Topshop stores island-wide, you might be faced with the embarrassing situation of “I know where you got your outfit from!” during the numerous home visits.

Instead, why not go for a piece from a local fashion boutique this CNY? We bring you 5 underrated (yet extremely established) local fashion boutiques with gorgeous apparels that are suitable for both the festive season and all-year round!


Despite being in infancy stages compared to the giant fashion industry, MATTER is already making waves in the local fashion community with its noble cause and unique designs!

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The brainchild of world traveller and adventure seeker Renyung Ho, you will be able to find a plethora of traditional-inspired prints and designs to inject some wanderlust into your outfits for CNY!

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Back in 2014, We Are Rubbish (W.A.R) rebranded themselves to a less demeaning name – SUPERGURL.

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3. Tong Tong Friendship Store

This quirky Singaporean label has reinvented the traditional cheongsam to a more modern and casual look.

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Featuring the traditional high mandarin collar as well as the thigh-high side slit, there is certainly no outfit more apt than this to usher in the Lunar New Year!

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Besides apparel, Tong Tong also offers delightful clutches and pins that are in line with the festivities as well! Pair your cheongsam or CNY outfit with this adorable dumpling pouch. With its spacious interior and top zip, it is ideal for keeping those angpaos safe from falling out!

With so many Chinese New Year themed apparels and accessories here at Tong Tong, you will certainly be spoiled for choice.

Tong Tong
100 Beach Road, #01-04/05 Shaw Towers, Singapore 189702
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 12pm – 8pm
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5. Our Second Nature

Our Second Nature focuses on apparel that are comfortable for everyday wear.

Furthermore, behind each collection is an inspirational story about the highs and lows of everyday life. As Chinese New Year is also about embarking on a fresh start, there is no better place to get your new year clothes than at Our Second Nature.

Beat the heat with this gorgeous Boxy Cropped Top in Red (SGD55). Be it paired jeans or a long skirt, it will certainly be a breezy affair as you travel around for house visits!

The festive period also tend to involve a lot of delectable goodies and sweets, which we are all involuntarily drawn towards.

This Midi Shift Dress in Red (SGD79) will definitely make you less conscious when munching on those delicious tidbits! With the two slits at the side of the dress, it is almost like a modern twist on the cheongsam.

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Whoever said that local fashion and original Singaporean labels do not exist in Singapore? These local fashion boutiques offer premium quality apparels that will certainly check all the boxes of your CNY outfit requirements.

Furthermore, with CNY literally just round the corner, you definitely do not want to be grabbing the same clothes as everyone else. Usher in the Lunar New Year with a brand new wardrobe from these local fashion boutiques today.

(Header image credit: 10 Labels You Need To Know From Singapore Fashion Week 2016

9 Incredible Yu Sheng To Toss So You Get Good Luck In The Year Of The Rooster

It wasn’t too long ago that we bade goodbye to 2016 and welcomed 2017. In the blink of an eye, Chinese New Year is fast approaching, and those who celebrate it can welcome a ‘new year’ again. Traditionally, Chinese New Year activities involve aiaving a reunion dinner with family, tossing Yu Sheng, giving red envelopes, and visiting relatives’ houses.

During the festival, Yu Sheng, a raw fish salad, is eaten by families. Originating from the Cantonese phrase ‘Lo Hei’, which means ‘tossing up good fortune’, the prosperity salad symbolises an ‘abundance of wealth and long life.’

Here are 9 places in Singapore where you can enjoy this colourful salad.

1. Man Fu Yuan @ InterContinental Singapore

Usher in the Year of the Rooster with an exquisitely crafted Yu Sheng.

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3. Jade @ The Fullerton Hotel

Come and experience a mind-blowing rooster-inspired reunion dinner at Jade’s this coming CNY. Its signature Eight Happiness Gold Rush Yu Seng is served on a beautiful platter hand-painted with calligraphic drawings of roosters and auspicious greetings.

Alongside the gorgeous creations are fresh slices of salmon, and champagne jelly; drizzled with a tangy honey-pineapple dressing.

The Fullerton Hotel
Address: 1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, S049178
Jade’s Reunion Set Menu (Dine-in): from $68++ per person, for a 5-course menu.
Eight Happiness Gold Rush Yu Sheng (Takeaway): $94.16 (serves 6-8 pax) / $136.96 (serves 9-12 pax)
Available from 2 January to 11 February.
Tel: 6877 8911 / 8943
Email: [email protected]
The Fullerton Hotel

4. Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant @ Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

Looking for a unique Lo Hei gastronomic experience? Check out Wan Hao’s CNY menu for a list of exquisite prosperity Yu Shengs.

These salads include decadent options such as caviar, scallops, lobster, black truffle, and even a chicken bak-kwa flavour. Additional servings of salmon, tuna, scallop, abalone and lobster are available upon request.

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant
Address: Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel Level 3, 320 Orchard Road, S238865
Caviar Yu Sheng: $258 (L)
Black Truffle Vegetarian or Chicken Bak-Kwah Yu Sheng: $68 (S) / $136 (L)
Sliced Abalone & Crispy Fish Skin Yu Sheng: $88 (S) / $176 (L)
Available from 9 January to 11 February for both takeaways and dine-ins.
Tel: 6831 4708
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The Flourishing Wealth Reunion Yu Sheng, a Rooster-shaped platter, is the star of the show, featuring fresh Boston lobster, Norwegian salmon and surf clams.

Hai Tien Lo
Address: 7 Raffles Blvd, Level 3, Marina Square, Pan Pacific Singapore, Pan Pacific, S039595
Flourishing Wealth Reunion Yu Sheng: $88+ (serves 4-6 pax), $168+ (serves 7-10 pax)
Fortune Yu Sheng: $58+ (serves 4-6 pax), $98+ (serves 7-10 pax)
Available from 9 January to 8 February for both takeaways and dine-ins.
Tel: 6826 8240
Website: Hai Tien Lo

5. Goodwood Park Hotel Singapore

Perhaps you’re sick of the usual Yu Sheng. Why not try something fusion at Min Jiang, where they serve the popular Cantonese dish with wild arugula salad and a homemade creamy plum sauce?

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7. Gourmet Carousel @ Royal Plaza on Scotts

Inspired by Singapore’s heritage, the Rice of the Phoenix Yu Sheng is a rendition of the iconic chicken rice dish.

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Website:  Fortune Gold Flakes ‘Yu Sheng’ Kanpachi, Salmon and Crispy Fish Skin
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These ingredients include kanpachi (greater amberjack fish), salmon, abalone, crispy fish skin, and white bait. Two other takeaway menus are available.

Golden Peony
Address: Two Temasek Boulevard, Conrad Centennial Singapore, S038982
Fortune 3D Fiery Rooster Yu Sheng (Dine-In): $888.00++ (30 persons & above)
Fortune Salmon and Crispy White Bait (Takeaway): $68 (S) / $128 (L)
Fortune Abalone and Salmon (Takeaway): $98 (S) / $178 (L)
Fu Lo Shou Tri-star with Lobster, Abalone and Salmon (Takeaway): $118 (S) / $218 (L)
Available from 10 January to 11 February.
6432 7482
Email: [email protected]

Also, read NEWSFLASH: Beat the Jam to JB this Chinese New Year!