Auspicious Chinese New Year 2020 Set Meal @ Goldleaf Restaurant in Katong – Enjoy a Scrumptious Reunion Feast for 10 Pax Till 8 Feb (Media)

With the Lunar New Year looming around the corner, family get-togethers and lavish celebrations are in order. Why not welcome the Year of the Rat at Taiwanese porridge specialist, Goldleaf Restaurant in Katong Square? 

Savour the best of Chinese cuisine in the Auspicious Set Meal ($888), which boasts a mouthwatering spread of wholesome culinary creations for 10 pax. Dine to your heart’s content on this seasonal offering, available till 8 February 2020. 

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Chinese New Year Prosperous Set Menu @ Famous Kitchen, Sembawang – Celebrate the Year of the Rat with Traditional Goodies (Media)

Venture out of town and impress your family, pamper your palates, and feast your way into the Year of the Rat with Famous Kitchen‘s specially curated Chinese New Year menu. Tucked away in Sembwang Road, the Nanyang-inspired restaurant provides a good escape for friends and family looking to enjoy a good time together this Lunar New Year season.

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Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng ($68++/ $98++ ala carte)

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The Famous Kitchen @ 54 Sembawang Road – Not Your Typical Cantonese Restaurant (Media)

Mention the words “Chinese restaurant”, and the first images (and aromas) that come to mind are your typical family-style Cantonese and Teochew dishes. Same same, but different. The Famous Kitchen on far-flung Sembawang Road sets itself apart by serving up wholesome, traditional Nanyang cuisine, inspired by owner Jeffrey Foo’s travels around China.

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Monte Risaia @ Duxton Road, Tanjong Pagar – Sophisticated Japanese-Italian Omakase in the Heart of Town (Media)

Situated along Duxton Road, two-months-old Monte Risaia represents a journey in more ways than one. For one, it is helmed by Head Chef Taizo Yamada, who moved to Singapore in 2019 for his first culinary experience outside Japan. For another, the restaurant is an homage to Chef Taizo’s background in Japanese-Italian cuisine, with a menu that executes Japanese cuisine with Italian flair, omakase style.

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