Be Red-dy for A Prosperous New Year And LoHei In Style

Enjoy the most vibrant Yu Sheng creations this Chinese New Year

This month, are you red-dy to enjoy some of the most vibrant yu sheng in town? Our three picks stand out from the crowd with their creativity as well as balance of ingredients. After all, the Yu Sheng doesn’t just have to look good, it also has to taste good as it sets the tone at the start of the celebratory Lunar New Year meal.

At Pan Pacific Singapore, the Vitality Yu Sheng ($218 large, $148 small) is topped with both lobster and smoked salmon, all the more to impress your nearest and dearest. The succulent lobster meat and soft yielding smoked salmon lend their savoury notes to the freshly prepared radish, carrot and cucumber medley. Don’t fret if you have smaller gatherings this year, Hai Tien Lo’s Yu Sheng platters are available in small and large portions ($48 to $288) for dine-in and takeaway till 15 February.

Hai Tien Lou  
Address: Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square. Singapore 039595.
Telephone: (65) 6826 8888 / (65) 6826 8338 

Long Beach Seafood has long been associated with the freshest and best bounty of the sea, so it is no surprise that you’ll find four roaring Yu Sheng creations this Lunar New Year. Toss to a bountiful year with the Prosperity Abalone Conch Yu sheng ($48 small, $68 large), or upgrade to the 3 Head Abalone Slices Yu Sheng ($88, $128). The sweet and succulent abalone slices complement the fresh vegetables and tangy sweet sauces. For the seafood connoisseur, consider the fresh Geoduck Sashimi or Southern Australian Lobster Sashimi options (market weight applies) for a Yu Sheng that brims with generosity and flavour.  Available for dine in or takeaway till 15 February, while stocks last.

Long Beach Seafood 
Address: Long Beach @ Robertson Quay, 60 Robertson Quay, The Quayside, #01-14, Singapore 238252
Telephone: (65) 6336 3636

Shang Palace celebrates its first Chinese New year as a 1-Michelin Star restaurant, and is all out to impress. Its beautifully shaped Fortune Yu Sheng with rosettes of Norwegian smoked salmon ($92, $148) will satisfy the most picky parent, while the vegetarians have their own version ($78, $108) with vegetarian fish. If you’re in the mood for a treat, go all the way with the poached lobster ($168, $298) option for the most huat start to the year!

Shang Palace
Address: Shangri-La Singapore. Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
Telephone: (65) 6213 4473