Immerse in the festivities with delectable dining experiences at award-winning restaurants in Singapore



This January, usher in an auspicious Year of the Rat and indulge in a sumptuous spread of elegant dining experiences available at Millennium Hotels and Resorts (MHR) properties in Singapore. The Group’s diverse Chinese restaurants presents an extensive array of fortune feasts and enticing festive takeaways to help diners bask in the Lunar New Year spirit. Starring perennial Chinese favourites such as Prosperity Yu Sheng and Poon Choi, toast to a year of flavour and fortune in 2020.


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Whether you’re reuniting with family, gathering with friends or honouring business associates, head down to Tien Court at Copthorne King’s Singapore for a traditional reunion-style meal, from now to 31 January 2020. Renowned for its specialisation in contemporary Cantonese cuisines, celebrate in a classical Chinese setting and treat yourself to a multi-course menu of Chinese New Year delicacies specially crafted by Chef Tai. Standout dishes include an Auspicious Abalone and Bird Nest Yu Sheng, a warming medley of Braised Pork Shank with Sea Cucumber, Mushroom, Dried Oyster and Black Moss, and Tien Court’s Signature Tea Smoked Duck. Set menus are priced from S$288++ for tables of four pax.


Over at Orchard Hotel Singapore, discerning diners can reconnect with loved ones and commemorate the Lunar New Year with a touch of luxury and mouthwatering menu delights. A celebrated stalwart in the Chinese fine dining scene for over two decades, Hua Ting Restaurant presents the finest of reunion delicacies executed with masterful panache and features premium ingredients from around the world. Revel and toss to a greater year with award-winning Hua Ting Masterchef’s Yu Sheng creation – theProsperity Yu Sheng (Salmon Belly) with Organic Vegetables and Wolfberries (S$88 for small and S$148 for large). Topped with the nutritious wolfberries, the highlight of the dish is the specially imported Crystal Ice Plant accompanied by other organic greens to making this a healthy and appetizing Yu Sheng. The Hua Ting Signature Fortune Pot ‘Pen Cai’ (small S$328; large S$598) includes delicacies such as Abalone, Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Tiger Prawns, Dried Scallops, Japanese Mushrooms, Dried Oysters and Roasts, served in an auspicious red wooden round container representing an abundance of food and wealth. Set menus featuring chef-curated Cantonese favourites and signatures include Braised Bird’s Nest with Fish Maw and FungusGolden Suckling Pig; Braised 6-head South African Whole Abalone with Goose Web. Prosperity Set Menus are priced from S$108 to S$198 per person (minimum 2 diners) and from S$988 to S$6888 for 10 persons.


Those looking to reminiscence with loved ones can also do so over a heartwarming reunion at Hua Ting Steamboat. Featuring three special set menus, relish the joy of dunking fresh ingredients in five flavoursome broths prepared from scratch daily. Well-loved culinary treasures include the Dragon Tiger Grouper, Live Prawns, Bay Scallops, Nagano Pork Bellyand Prawn Paste, alongside handmade items such as Sotong Doughnut and Prawn Paste with Fish Maw. Hua Ting Steamboat’s Fortune Set Menus available from 13 January till 8 February 2020 are priced at S$78 and S$98 per person (minimum 2 dinners). Reunion lunch is served daily from 11:30am to 2:30pm, while reunion dinner is served from 5:30pm to 10:30pm.


For a more laidback meal, head down to the adjoining Orchard Cafe and welcome a year of abundance with a buffet at The Orchard Cafe’s CNY Gastronomic Galore. Available from 24 January to 2 February 2020, and priced from S$78.88 per adult for lunch and S$88.88 for dinner, enjoy a spread of inspired epicurean delights such as “Fa Cai” BBQ Platter with Coin JerkyOctopus Salad with “Yu Sheng” Pickle on Sour Peach Sauce, and Wok-fried Fragrance Singapore Chili Mud Crab with Deep-fried Flower Bun. Toast to this auspicious occasion by topping up S$58 for two hours of free flow beer or wine, or opt for the ala carte menu with two pints of MHR’s signature M Beer at S$28 nett for two pints, house pour wine at S$58 nett per bottle or champagne at S$88 nett per bottle. While you’re there, be sure to look out for Orchard Hotel Singapore’s annual Lion Dance performance. Those with young ones can also rejoice; as children from five to 12 years old can enjoy the buffet at half price and those below five dine for free.


Just keen for a casual drink or two? Bar Intermezzo has put together a delightful menu of prosperous concoctions to help you cheers to the New Year. For mid-week treat, sample from a themed tea-time spread with the Prosperity Afternoon Tea set, available 1 to 31 January 2020 and priced S$68++ for two people. The fun continues into the evening with an inspired Golden Orange Mojito (S$18++) and Hongbao Mocktail (S$12++).


Savour the best of Chinese cuisine in style at the celebrated Grand Copthorne Waterfront Singapore hotel. Recently lauded as the ‘Best Luxury Hotel Singapore’, diners can escape from the hustle and bustle of the city as they indulge in auspicious culinary creations by Food Capital, starring highlights such as Bountiful Treasures Pen Cai, Lap Mei Fried Rice with Seaweed Crumb, Stir-fried Prawn with Chilli and Curry Leaves, Yam paste with Gingko Nuts, Dumpling with Osmanthus Honey and more. Available from 20 January to 9 February*, the Lunar New Year Festive Buffet is priced at S$68++ per head for lunch and S$88++ for dinner. For one night only, treat yourself to a special Lunar New Year’s Eve Reunion Buffet on 24 January. Highlights include Asian classics  – such as Whole Seabass with Sambal and Chin Cha Loke; Sea Cucumber, Fish Maw, Conpoy, Dry Oyster; and Faat Choy with Wolfberry – as well as Western favourites, like Slow Cooked Beef Short Rib with Homemade BBQ SauceRoasted Spring Chicken and Creamy Potato with Truffle. Priced at S$98++ a head, diners can also top up S$40++ for free flow bubbly, house wines, soft drinks and juice.

Those looking to toss to an auspicious start of the year can do so with the signature Fa Cai Yu Sheng. Whether you choose to add on as à la carte order while dining at Food Capital or enjoy it as a takeaway for your gathering, prices start from S$68 for the Salmon Fa Cai Yu Sheng and S$168++ for the Abalone Fa Cai Yu Sheng. Ready for the New Year? Food Capital is offering a 20% early-bird discount for all reservations made for the Lunar New Year Eve Reunion Buffet Dinner and Fa Cai Yu Sheng takeaways by 5 January 2020.

There’s something for everyone to welcome spring at M Hotel Singapore. Indulge in premium seafood offerings at Café 2000; a gastronomic buffet awaits with a hearty spread of festive roasts, fresh crustaceans bar, alongside perennial International favorites, a dazzling dessert selection featuring the 8 Treasures Cheng Tng, a Chinese Goodies corner and more! From 24 January to 27 January 2020 , the restaurant also presents a reunion-style special of Prosperity Seafood and Barbeque dinner buffet, where diners may enjoy impressive signature favourites like Pen Cai consisting of Braised Roast Pork, Black Moss, Mushrooms and Shrimps, barbeque highlights of Grilled Bak Kwa, succulent Seafood of Slipper Lobsters, Jumbo Red Leg Prawns, Ocean Scallops, Salmon Fillets and on CNY Eve, look out for the  Roast Suckling Pig at the buffet counters. Lunch prices start from S$62++ per adult and S$35++ per child, and dinner prices start from S$78++ per adult and S$40++ per child.

Take on a more local spin to your reunion meal and indulge in the hotel’s The Buffet restaurant. For lunch, treat yourself to seafood-on-ice, kampung corner, Teochew Porridge Station with comforting Chinese side dishes, and a dessert corner to end the buffet on a sweet note. For dinner, gather and warm up to a scrumptious seafood buffet with a wide selection of the freshest seafood to go along with their Lunar New Year specialty broth – 8 Treasures Premium broth – available from 2January to 29 February 2020. For Chinese New Year, the restaurant will also feature Premium Steamboat buffet dinner with complimentary mini Pen Cai and baby abalone to begin the meal on a lucky note; with wide spread fresh seafood, vegetables, meat to go with the nourishing eight treasures broth, alongside delightful desserts to end the feast on a sweet note. Do not miss out on their ‘live’ prawn station; it can’t get any fresher than this! Lunch prices start from S$58++ per adult and S$30++ per child, and dinner prices start from S$65++ per adult and S$35++ per child.

Those looking for a not-so-traditional Chinese New Year can head to Studio M Singapore’s bistro MEMO Café in the bustling entertainment precinct of Robertson Quay. Ideal for casual dining with friends, the café presents a delightful line-up of western specials inspired by reunion dinner classics. Available from 13 January to 7 February 2020, enjoy an appetizer of delicate Crab Mille Feuille Salad with Tangerine Sauce (S$16+) or a zesty Tangerine and Walnut Salad with Feta (S$15+), for mains, opt for the Pan Seared Duck Breast with Roasted Mushroom and Beets, and Tangerine Sauce (S$26+) or Pan Seared Salmon with Mandarin Orange Salsa (S$22+), and end the meal on a sweet note with a Mandarin Orange Mousse Cake (S$10+).

For those looking for a reunion meal at home without the hassle of cooking, MHR’s restaurants offer a sumptuous range of Chinese New Year take-away dishes.

Hua Ting, Orchard Hotel Singapore: At Hua Ting, select from a wide array of Yu Sheng (from S$68++), Nian Gao (from S$42++), specialty dishes of Hua Ting Fortune Pot (from S$328++ for 5 pax), Barbecued Whole Suckling Pig (S$288++) and Hua Ting Signature Roasted Duck (S$82++), as well as decadent snacks, including Kueh Bangkit (S$23.80++), Love Letter(S$23.80++) and Golden Pineapple Tart (S$26.80++).

Tien Court, Copthorne King’s Singapore: For large parties of six to 10, be spoilt for choice with an extensive menu of decadent Chinese New Year favourites available at Tien Court. In addition to the staples of Yu Sheng and Treasure Pot, enjoy restaurant signatures of Truffle Tea Smoked Duck (S$78 nett) and Claypot Rice (S$68 nett). To make things easier, the five-course Golden Fortune Set Menu (S$198 nett) comes complete with Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng, Steamed Chicken in Lotus Leaf, Stir-fried Prawns with Soy Sauce, Buddha’s Delight: Vegetarian Lo Han Cai and Stir-fried Glutinous Rice with Chinese Sausage. Vegetarian options also available. Looking for a sweeter deal? Those that order and pay in full before 27 December 2019 will enjoy 25% off their bill**.

For more information on MHR’s latest Chinese New Year offerings in Singapore, contact the F&B outlets directly at:

Contact Phone Email
Hua Ting Restaurant +65 6739 6666 huating.ohs@millenniumhotels.com
Orchard Café +65 6739 6565 orchardcafe.ohs@millenniumhotels.com
Bar Intermezzo +65 6739 6668 intermezzobar.ohs@millenniumhotels.com
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Singapore +65 6233 1100 dining.gcw@millenniumhotels.com
M Hotel Singapore +65 6500 6112 fnb.mhs@millenniumhotels.com
MEMO by Studio M +65 6808 8909 memo.studiom@millenniumhotels.com

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