best places for Chinese New Year 2018

reunion dinners and lo hei

A family that eats together, stays together. Gather round at these restaurants for a celebratory reunion dinner overflowing with goodness.

SG Magazine_Yan_1 Feb 2018

It’s a feast fit for a banquet over at this National Gallery restaurant. Start with their special yellowtail fish yu sheng that’s chock-full of crispy fried vermicelli, before moving onto their signature crispy roast suckling pig served three ways—skin on homemade pancake, a platter of carved shoulder pieces, and oven baked pork fillets with lemongrass—among other festive favourites.

Feb 1 – Mar 3, $118 – $268 per person with minimum seating required

This adapted article was originally published in SG Magazine on February 1, 2018. 

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