6. Seafood Lo-Hei Yu Sheng – Marina Bay Sands (January 27-29)
Celebrity chef Mario Batali’s Osteria Mozza has reinterpreted the ubiquitous yusheng Italian Riviera style. Featuring slices of fresh hamachi, salmon and scallops served with shredded vegetables and citrus fruits, the dish also has crispy cannoli bits that provide a lovely crunch. A fragrant sesame vinaigrette tops it all off.
7. Rice of the Phoenix Yu Sheng – Royal Plaza on Scotts (January 20 to February 11)
Including ingredients found in Singapore’s favourite chicken-rice dish, the platter is served with a concoction of garlic chilli and green ginger sauces, as well as items like lobster sashimi, crispy chicken rice puffs and chicken bak kwa. From the inventive culinary team behind buffet restaurant Carousel, Rice of the Phoenix Yu Sheng is an inspired ode to the Year of the Rooster.
8. Prosperity Yu Sheng – Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore (January 16 to February 11)
To symbolise prosperity and success, this new yusheng creation from Shang Palace features poached lobster and smoked salmon. Master chef Steven Ng has also incorporated unique ingredients such as organic grape vinegar, beetroot, arugula and purple sweet potato chips, giving the Chinese New Year must-have a refreshing twist.
– BY MANDY LIM BEITLER