The Year of the Tiger gets off to a roaring start with The Fullerton Hotel CNY 2022 Feasts, featuring a repertoire of Chinese culinary treasures from 17 January to 15 February 2022.

Executive Chef of Jade Restaurant Leong Chee Yeng says, “A symbol of strength, the majestic tiger embodies power, vigour and vitality. These qualities reveal themselves in this year’s specialties, with nourishing dishes for families to start the year on a strong note. Designed to serve smaller groups, the new creations are intended for warm reunions with one’s closest kin.” 

The quintessential starter for auspicious feasting is the Premium Gold Rush Salmon Yu Sheng, arranged into an endearing image of a playful tiger. Champagne jelly, shallot oil and kumquat dressing elevate the fresh ingredients, achieving a balance of rich and refreshing flavours. The Gold Rush Salmon Yu Sheng is a visual delight too; presented alongside a hand-drawn tiger and an auspicious Chinese calligraphy greeting, a signature finishing touch by Chef Leong.

The Gold Rush Salmon Yu Sheng with Champagne Jelly, Shallot Oil and Kumquat Dressing is priced at S$108* (medium portion, suitable for 5 persons) and S$148* (large portion, suitable for 8 persons). The Premium Year of the Tiger Gold Rush Yu Sheng is priced at S$688* with a minimum of 3 days’ advance order.

The Cornucopia of Wealth (S$88* per person) delivers a lavish pen cai experience in individually portioned vessels. Each serving contains a bounty of braised delicacies, including abalone, fish maw, sea cucumber, flower mushrooms, dried scallop, stewed pork trotter, fried Phoenix Feet and yam.

For larger groups, dine on the Premium Braised Pen Cai (minimum five persons, S$98* per person) which requires a one-day advance order. It contains Ten-head South Africa whole abalone, fish maw, sea cucumber, dried scallops, braised pork trotter, dried oysters, flower mushrooms, roasted duck, diced chicken, diced giant grouper, prawn, fresh bean curd stick, yam, lotus root, Chinese cabbage, leek, chestnut, and pork tendon.

No traditional Lunar New Year feast is complete without fresh seafood. Chef Leong’s new Wok-fried Local Lobster with Tomato, Egg and Rice Wine (S$58* per person) showcases the sweetness of fresh lobster in the nostalgic comfort dish, alongside his savoury new Steamed Tiger Grouper with Minced Ginger and White Wine, topped with Stuffed Chicken Wing (S$30* per person), while the lightly charred Claypot Rice with Preserved Meat (S$88* per portion for four persons) delivers a satisfying conclusion to round off the mains.

Complete the feast with a sweet finale of nourishing Hot Cream of Almond with Bird’s Nest accompanied with Sweet and Spicy Peanut Muah Chee (S$18*), a luxurious take on the classic dessert and an ode to good health. This year’s assortment of New Year goodies includes the new Steamed Osmanthus Nian Gao and Deep-fried Rose Water Chestnut Cake (both S$8* for three pieces) — classic Lunar New Year desserts elevated with delicate floral notes.

Jade’s Lunar New Year menus start from S$158* for the Family-style Set Menu (4 to 5 persons) and S$98* per person for the Individual Set Menu.

Fullerton Hotel CNY 2022 – Spring Treasures Afternoon Tea (31 January, 1 to 11 February and 15 to 28 February 2022)

Enjoy a leisurely reunion with the Spring Treasures Afternoon Tea experience, in the sunlit atrium of The Courtyard in The Fullerton Hotel Singapore or against the backdrop of Marina Bay at The Landing Point in The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore.

Indulge in free-flowing savoury treats infused with traditional Lunar New Year flavours: caramelised chicken bak kwa in mini craquelin choux; orange sambal bay shrimp, chicken floss and Mandarin orange mini tartlet; Szechuan marinated salmon mini éclair with golden tobiko and micro cress; honey-smoked duck and pineapple mini herb bun; and classic telegraph cucumber sandwich.

For dessert, enjoy a collection of auspicious goodies: ‘Golden Wang Lai Nuggets’ — buttery pastries filled with pineapple compote; pistachio cream puff; apricot and ginger frangipane tart; honey roselle red velvet roll; cherry blossom strawberry macaron; and mandarin orange madeleine. Staying true to the daily ritual, the three-tiered Afternoon Tea set is replete with freshly baked classic scones and raisin scones, clotted cream and jam, accompanied with an array of premium teas.

The Courtyard

Monday to Friday, 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. | S$51* per adult and S$26* per child^ | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. S$56* per adult and S$28* per child^

The Landing Point

Monday to Friday; 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. | S$55* per adult and S$28* per child^ | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, 12.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. S$60* per adult and S$30* per child^

*Prices are subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes. ^ Children aged 6 to 11 years old.

 Fullerton Hotel CNY 2022 – Celebratory Menus at Town Restaurant, La Brasserie, The Clifford Pier and Lantern

In addition to the Lunar New Year offerings at Jade Restaurant, Town Restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore will be serving a free-flowing Chinese New Year Dinner Feast, comprising celebratory fare such as Yu Sheng with salmon and Pen Cai brimming with roast meat, prawn, dried mussels, baby abalone and more, served fresh to one’s table.

At The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, La Brasserie will be presenting a French take on the traditional feast with a 3-course Set Lunch and 4-course Set Dinner. Choose from fusion creations such as duck leg confit with kumquat compote and truffle mousseline potato from the lunch menu, or Chilean sea bass with pumpkin puree, chilli clam broth and chorizo for dinner. Conclude on a symbolic note of ‘togetherness’ with the Medjool sticky date pudding, served with five-spice butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream.

Gather with family beneath The Clifford Pier’s elegant arches and savour the 5-course Family-style Reunion Dinner. Begin with the ‘Deluxe Happiness Combination Platter’: braised abalone with truffle oil and Arenkha caviar; black fungus, cucumber and bean skin salad with hot bean sauce; crispy vegetarian spring roll; spicy sea asparagus with Szechuan oil; and tiger prawns with passionfruit mayonnaise. Other menu highlights include steamed fresh sea bass, deep-fried pork belly and lotus leaf rice with dried scallop, Chinese sausages and dried shrimp, capped off sweetly with mango and coconut pudding with bird’s nest and ice cream.

On the first day of the Lunar New Year, Dim Sum Brunch is served at The Clifford Pier. Celebrate auspiciously with Yu Sheng and a platter of golden goodies, comprising crispy treats such as fried kataifi prawn, oyster fritter and flaky Char Siew Soh. For dessert, the selection includes Osmanthus jelly, mango pomelo tart, and hot red bean soup with peanut rice balls.

Toast to good fortune at Lantern over an indulgent Lunar New Year snack platter. Suitable for groups of two or five, the savoury assortment includes smoked duck burrito with spicy mala sauce; golden shrimp gyoza with spicy sesame mayo; chicken gold coin bak kwa; plant-based luncheon fries with smoked barbecue sauce; and crispy vegetarian spring roll. A vegan snack platter is also available.

For more information and dining reservations at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, please contact Dining Reservations at (65) 6877 8911/8912 or email dining- rsvp@fullertonhotels.com.

*Prices are subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes. ^ Children aged 6 to 11 years old.

 Fullerton Hotel CNY 2022 – Cake Boutique Takeaways (10 January to 15 February 2022)

Along with the Great Treasures Pen Cai and Gold Rush Salmon Yu Sheng available as takeaway orders, The Fullerton Cake Boutique introduces new creations this year: Harmony Koi Fish Osmanthus Nian Gao (S$38 nett, 600g); Rose Water Chestnut Cake (S$42 nett, 800g); and The Fullerton Bak Kwa (S$68 nett, box of 32 pieces).

Executive Pastry Chef Siddharth Prabhu has dreamed up an auspicious treat: The Mandarin (S$79 nett per whole cake, S$12 nett per slice). The eye-catching, red-hued dessert is composed of creamy vanilla bean mousse, fragrant pineapple cremeux and mandarin almond frangipane, delivering a refreshing medley of flavours. As a delightful gift to tote along for Lunar New Year visits, Chef Prabhu presents the Sweet Fortune Cupcakes comprising vanilla cake and orange pineapple compote, adorned with lucky symbols (S$11 nett per piece).

 Fullerton Hotel CNY 2022 – The Clifford Pier’s Lunar New Year Goodies (10 January to 15 February 2022)

The Clifford Pier’s Lunar New Year Goodies returns to The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, drawing inspiration from Singapore’s rich heritage with a touch of contemporary refinement.

Impart wishes of well-being with the new Baked Peach Cookies (S$33 nett for a box of six pieces). Filled with white lotus paste and bits of dried peach, these buttery pastries are hand-crafted to resemble the traditional symbol of longevity.

The collection also includes Green Pea Cookies (S$33 nett for a jar) and classic Love Letters (S$43 nett for a tin).

Presented in an elegant packaging that is beautifully adorned with Peranakan-style accents and Lunar New Year elements, these exquisite treats are bound to impart a fond and lasting impression on their recipients.

Celebrate Chinese New Year 2022 with The Fullerton Hotel CNY 2022 Feasts!

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