Yu Sheng, or more commonly referred to as Lo-Hei is perhaps arguably the most integral and fun element of Chinese New Year Celebration Dinner. Tossing Yu Sheng signifies the commencement of celebrations. Any reunion dinner will be amiss without this iconic dish. Keeping this in mind, we are bringing you 7 places where you can begin your celebrations by happily tossing these Yu shengs and marching towards a prosperous new year ahead. So make your choice from these restaurants and kickstart your Chinese New Year celebrations by tossing up to usher in prosperity and fortune. “Huat ah!”
Toss to an auspicious start of at the hotel’s interactive buffet restaurant, Food Capital. Make your choice between their signature Salmon Fa Cai Yu Sheng or Abalone Fa Cai Yu Sheng. You can choose to add these Yu Sheng as an à la carte order or as a takeaway for your own gathering. Bring luck and prosperity for the year ahead with Gand Copthorne’s Fa Cai Yu Sheng.
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
392 Havelock Road
Tel: +65 6733 0880
20 January 2020 to 9 February 2020
Salmon Fa Cai Yu Sheng:
Small (serves 6 t 8 diners): $68
Large (serves 10 to 12 diners): $88
Abalone Fa Cai Yu Sheng:
Large (serves 10 to 12 diners): $168
Representing Singapore’s multiculturalism is Le Fuse Café’s Halal certified Yu Sheng as the first and only halal Sichuan and Mala cuisine fusion cafe. So, if you are looking to Lo-Hei with some heat then, mix up the mala sauce to experience and discover the unique, delicate and delightful pleasures of this fusion yu sheng. Previously located at Upper Serangoon Road, Le Fuse Café has now relocated to Arab Street. So, head on over to usher in the new year with a savoury twist.
Le Fuse Café
47 Arab Street,
Mala Yu Sheng 3-4 pax – $68.00
with Salmon & Jelly Fish – $88.00 (served 4-6 pax)
with Salmon & Jelly Fish – $98.00 (served up to 10pax)
Executive chef Robert Chan and his culinary team will mesmerise you with their all new Cured Salmon Yusheng with Five Seafood treasures. Featuring crispy Fish Skin, Hotate, Tobiko, and Jellyfish; inspired by the Chinese idiom “年年有余”, which symbolises abundance and prosperity. Part of the sumptuous buffet, toss in abundance with this prosperity yu sheng platter. This freshly revamped all-day dining restaurant is an ideal choice for a spectacular traditional Lo Hei toss. The Yusheng will be served to table at the start of your buffet meal when dining at Spice Brasserie.
Spice Brasserie, Park Royal
181 Kitchener Rd,
Tel: +65 6428 3160
17 January to 8 February 2020
A Sumptuous Buffet at Spice Brasserie
Lunch: $36 per person
Dinner: $46 per person
Special Promotion: Enjoy 20% savings on early bird specials for fully paid bookings made before 20 January 2020.
Celebrate the auspicious arrival of the Year of the Metal Rat with a series of delightful YuSheng creations which will satisfy every palate and every need at Ichibans. All the YuSheng will be paired up with their house special Yuzu sauce which is made using ingredients from Japan. Ichibans signature Salmon Sashimi YuSheng is highlighted even further with use of only the freshest salmon directly imported from clear waters of Norway. Along with classic crowd pleasers such as Auspicious YuSheng, Bountiful YuSheng and Celebration YuSheng, Ichiban reintroduces 6 Treasures Fruits YuSheng (online exclusive) for vegetarians and health conscious folks out there. So, if you are on that health tip then this Pomelo Pear, Guava, Mango, Pineapple and Jackfruit comprising nutritious YuSheng is the perfect option for you.
7 January to 8 February 2020
Auspicious YuSheng – $60.80
Bountiful YuSheng – $49.80
Celebration YuSheng – $36.80
6 Treasures Fruits YuSheng (online exclusive) – $56.80
To say this Michelin one-star restaurant’s Yu Sheng is truly impressive would be an understatement. A visual feast and afterwards a feast for your tastebuds, the YuSheng brings a symphony of colours and textures to the table. Served with an array of quality ingredients tossed together with what you’ll definitely feel are fresh and premium seafood. You can choose either between raw Salmon slices or Abalone which paired with special concocted sauce take the dish to another level. So, toss up high and enjoy this delicious YuSheng.
1 January to 9 February 2020
Prosperity YuSheng (Raw Salmon Slices)
Prosperity Yu Sheng (Abalone)
Special Promo: Get 10% discount off when you bring home Putien’s Yu Sheng.
What’s better than tossing YuSheng up high for abundance of blessings? How about Lo Hei-ing from the 40th floor right in the heart of CBD. If you are looking for an all around sensory overload with an amazing experience then, Artemis Grill is it. Located on the 40th floor of the CapitaGreen building, Artemis offers auspicious YuSheng Prosperity Toss which includes a base of hamachi, salon and wait for it, ikura caviar tossed in pickled wakame, red cabbage, carrot, sesame, peanut, daikon radish and tapioca cracker topped with gold leaf. Yes, you read that right, if you’re looking for an abundance display of visual opulence and indulge in abundance before even tossing it up for more, then Artemis Grill offers an ideal atmosphere.
138 Market Street
13 January to 13 February 2020
3-4 people – $58++
5-7 people – $98++
8-10 people – 4148++
*Artemis grill will be closed from 24-27 January 2020 for CNY.
Experience a twist this CNY with Halia’s traditional YuSheng with Halia’s signature ginger flower sauce. Switch up this year and swap the same old plum sauce for ginger flower sauce which add a new twist and flavourful notes to the yu sheng. Another thing that makes their yu sheng unique is the choice of serving smoked salmon rather than raw like other restaurants. So, start off this new year dinner with a new and mesmerising taste of yu sheng at Halia’s.
1 Cluny Road,Ginger Garden,
Singapore Botanic Gardens,
15 January to 8 February 2020
Traditional YuSheng with Halia’s signature ginger flower sauce
$8.88++ per person (a minimum of 2 persons is required and up to 8 persons)
*An advance booking of 4 days is required for the platter, which is ideal for large groups of 10 persons and above.