3. Eight Happiness Gold Rush Yu Sheng – The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (January 2 to February 11)
Served on a platter decorated with calligraphic drawings of roosters and auspicious greetings by Jade’s chef de cuisine Leong Chee Yeng, Eight Happiness Gold Rush Yu Sheng is prepared with a twist. It comes with slices of fresh salmon, house-made champagne jelly with edible gold leaf, as well as drizzles of olive oil and honey-pineapple dressing.
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4. Black Truffle Yu Sheng – InterContinental Singapore (January 2 to February 11)
Boasting slices of black truffle and chunks of Hokkaido crab meat, this new yusheng dish created by Man Fu Yuan’s executive Chinese chef Kwan Yiu Kwan places the focus on ingredients that represent extravagance. Fresh fruit such as mango adds a refreshing touch, while crispy silver bait fish provides another layer to the range of textures.
5. Healthy Black Truffle Vegetarian Yu Sheng – Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel (January 9 to February 11)
While raw fish naturally takes the limelight in most yusheng platters, Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is offering a creation with slices of black truffle as the focal point, perfect for vegetarian celebrations. Five other variations are also available, featuring seafood such as lobster, salmon, caviar and abalone, as well as a chicken bak kwa (barbecued sweet meat) option to mark the Year of the Rooster.