Restaurants that offer reunion meals, from decadent family feasts to traditional prosperity plates
8 January 2014 10:58 AM | Updated 27 Jan 2014
By Ken Wong and Priyanka Chand Agarwal
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AU CHOCOLAT | At this French-inspired establishment, enjoy a three-course menu ($48++ per person) that bears significant Chinese influences. Kick off with a choice of Nicoise salad yusheng-style — comprising smoked salmon with salad greens, marinated winter melon, crispy crackers and basalmic-infused white plum. For the mains, we recommend the confit of duck leg Peking style. This succulent dish has tender French duck leg confit served with homemade crepes, baby leeks and is delicately drizzled with Hoisin-infused dark chocolate sauce.
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BLUE LOTUS | Located on Sentosa Cove's, Quayside Isle, this restaurant has a variety of set menus for Chinese New Year. Guests going for pomp have the Prosperity set menu ($288++ per person), comprising luxurious options such as double-boiled bird’s nest soup with American ginseng, braised Boston lobster with leeks and shallots, as well as the Blue Lotus signature yusheng. Do note that you have to book at least three days in advance, and need a minimum seating of ten guests. Available till 7 February.
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