Top 5 places for your mini reunion dinner 2022
Updated: Aug 5
The Year of the Tiger is fast approaching, and we want to pounce on all its fearless and prosperous offerings! Here are five of Singapore’s best rated restaurants to host your mini reunion dinners.
Images courtesy of Summer Pavilion Ritz Carlton
Summer Pavilion at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Helmed by the award-winning executive chef Cheung Siu Kong, the Summer Pavilion at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is bar none on exquisite Cantonese fine dining.
This year, the One Michelin starred restaurant’s exclusive festive offerings include Canadian lobster, black caviar Yu Sheng, lobster dumplings, steamed dong xing grouper fillet, and braised fish maw soup with bamboo pith, crab meat, and crab roe.
The six- to eight-course set lunch and dinner menus are priced from SGD 128 per person, and are available from 17 January to 15 February 2022.
Images courtesy of Soup Restaurant
The only homegrown establishment of our list, the Soup Restaurant is beloved for its comfort foods, which is why its famous samsui ginger chicken is a signature across its festive menus.
Pick from a variety of Yu Shengs featuring salmon and baby abalone. Seafood offerings include crab meat with kelp and fish maw, or braised fish maw with roast pork with broccoli for a heartier feel. This year’s special feature is the wellness collagen treasure pot, that includes abalone, fish maw, fresh scallop, roast pork, shitake mushroom and pumpkin collagen supreme stock.
The festive menus start from S$118 per person.
Hai Tien Lo images courtesy of TripAdvisor
Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Singapore
Executive chef Ben Zeng brings light new spins to traditional Cantonese dining at the Hai Tien Lo at Pan Pacific Singapore, now set to host bountiful reunions this Lunar New Year.
Choose from eight festive menus, with plenty of Yu Sheng options such as smoked salmon and crispy silver fish, or classic whole abalone with smoked salmon and jellyfish. The sets all feature its signature Hai Tien Lo Double-boiled Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, and an array of seafoods the likes of deep-fried sea perch fillet with shacha sauce and steamed tiger grouper fish with pineapple and spicy shrimp paste sauce.
This year’s bountiful reunion sets start from $128 per person.
Images courtesy of Jiang-Nan Chun
Jiang-nan Chun at Four Seasons Singapore
Headed by executive chef Albert Au, the classic Cantonese fare of award-winning Jiang-Nan Chun at Four Seasons Singapore will dizzy your mind.
This year’s festive spread features barbequed meat platters, an array of steamed fish the likes of soon hock, cod or garouper, braised ee-fu noodles, and clear, brilliant soups like double-boiled bird’s nest, and double-boiled chicken soup with fish maw, sea whelk and matsutake mushrooms.
The Yu Sheng menus start from S$188 per person.
Images courtesy of Xin Cuisine
Xin Cuisine at Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore
With elegant menus concocted by top chefs from Hong Kong, including executive chef Chan Kung Lai, Xin Cuisine at Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore is fondly known for its repertoire of classic dishes.
This year, choose from five Yu Shengs, including the sesame crusted tuna with pineapple sauce. Look out for Xin’s Traditional Pen Cai, featuring a slew of the freshest seafoods including whole abalone, fresh scallop, live prawn, and deep-fried fish maw, as well as roast duck, roast pork, shiitake mushroom, and shimeji mushroom.
The Pen Cai and Yu Sheng dishes start from S$48 per item.