14 Awesome Yu Sheng And Chinese New Year Meals You Can Deliveroo Home

14 Awesome Yu Sheng And Chinese New Year Meals You Can Deliveroo Home
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Chinese New Year is the time for get-togethers and feasting with family and friends, and Singapore’s very own CNY ‘tradition’ includes tossing Yu Sheng, otherwise known as “Lo-hei”.

The good news is, you can now have Chinese New Year food items, such as Yu Sheng and even festive cookies (yes, pineapple tarts!) delivered right to your doorstep with Deliveroo.

Remember those days when it was so hard to even find decent restaurants opened during CNY Day 1 and 2. Times have changed, and you can even get restaurant food Deliveroo-ed to your house with all that convenience now.

I was actually contemplating which Yu Sheng I can ‘ta-bao’ (takeaway) for my family dinner, till I remembered I could actually just Deliveroo everything over.

No squeezing with other commuters on the train while holding a big plate of shredded vegetables and sashimi, no fear or having it topple somewhere along the journey, no hassle. Just open the app and select.

Promo Code ”DFDROO” to enjoy $10 off your First Deliveroo order. Valid till 28 Feb 2017

Here are 14 Awesome Yu Sheng And Chinese New Year Meals You Can Deliveroo Home:

Crystal Jade
Reunion Baby Abalone Yu Sheng ($68.80 for large, $42.80 for small)

Crystal Jade’s classic Reunion Baby Abalone Yu Sheng comes with abalone slices, while you can also opt for sliced sashimi at the same price.

Other Chinese New Year Specials you can Deliveroo include CNY Roast Delights (for Crystal Jade Kitchen), CNY Reunion Recommendation Dishes, Festive Cakes and Cookies.

805 Seafood Kitchen
Prosperity Yu Sheng ($46.00)

805 Seafood serves up family-friendly zhi char dishes at Hougang, and their CNY Reunion Menu is a price-friendly set of Prosperity Yu Sheng, Crabmeat & Fish Maw in Thick Soup, Hongkong-style Steam Grouper, Mongolian Pork Ribs, Broccoli with Prawns, Mushroom Fried Rice, and Almond Jelly with Longan.

Prices for Deliveroo at $228 for 6pax, $328 for 10pax.

A-One
Abundant Earth Yu Sheng which is Clam Abalone Yu Sheng ($40.66 for 6 – 8 pax)

A-One which is popular for its claypot dishes and porridge – all about recreating the taste of home-cooked food. They have CNY set dishes for 6, 8 and 10 pax, suitable for most families.

A CNY Festive Meal for 8 ($388++) includes Abundant Earth Yu Sheng (Clam Abalone Yu Sheng) Gold Ingot Platter, Bountiful Treasures Pen Cai, Claypot Fish Maw with Crab Meat Thick Soup, Steamed Grouper in Hong Kong Style, Longevity Ginseng Chicken Soup, Stir-fried Broccoli with Assorted Mushroom, Sea Coconut and Longan Dessert.

Chopsuey Martin & Dempsey Hill
Lucky Lunar ‘Lo Hei’ ($51.36, or $29.96 for half)

Modern Chinese restaurant Chopsuey (which is under the same group behind PS Café) is offering CNY Specials of Lucky Lunar ‘Lo Hei’, Chargrilled King Prawn with yuzu & soya pickled chilli dip ($38.52), BBQ 5-Spiced Riblets with Chilli ginger calamansi dipping sauce ($31.03), Spicy Lemongrass Braised Seafood comprising of lobster, scallop, snapper ($48.15) and Peppery Chilli Chicken added with mala pepper, crispy garlic & curry leaves ($27.82).

Gao Peng Cuisine
Prosperity Lo Hei with Sea Whelk and Silver Fish in Yuzu Sauce ($58.80)

For friends around Pasir Ris and Tampines. The latest brand by Gao Ji Food, Gao Peng Cuisine located at White Sands is helmed by Executive Chef Paul Peh who has more over 20 years of local and overseas culinary experience.

Other than the Prosperity Lo Hei with Sea Whelk & Silver Fish in Yuzu Sauce ($58.80 for 4 to 6 pax), other festivity specials on the Prosperity Menu include Abalone Slices with Fish Maw in Superior Broth ($36.80), Braised Whole Abalone with Mushroom & Seasonal Vegetables ($38.80), Double-boiled Snow Lotus Seeds ($10.80), and Black Glutinous Rice Nian Gao with Shredded Coconut ($8.80).

House of Roasted Duck
Prosperity Lo Hei with Duck Meat ($53.80)

House of Roasted Duck is known for its variety of traditional and authentic Hong Kong style roasted delights such as Signature Peking Duck, Crispy Roasted Pork, Soy Sauce Chicken and a range of Hong Kong delicacies.

Therefore, it is not surprising to find Duck Meat in its Prosperity Lo Hei ($53.80). There is also the option of having the Lo Hei with Abalone ($89.90).

Also check out the Prosperity Treasure Pot ($198.80) with abundant ingredients of Roasted Duck, Soy Sauce Chicken, Roasted Pork, Barbecued Pork, Abalone, Cabbage, Duck Web, Duck Wing, Fatt Choy, Mushroom, Golden Bean Curd Puff with Fish Paste.

Indocafe @The White House
Glorious Prosperity Yu Sheng ($30.81 for small, $52.21 for medium, $73.61 for large)

This is one Yu Sheng with a difference. I have to emphasize this special sauce that is added… Peranakan CURRY sauce. Surprisingly, it worked and gave the Yu Sheng a touch of spiciness every mouthful.

Look out for Indocafe’s Opulence Set ($201.16), Prosperous Set ($286.76), Fortune Set ($318.86) and Bountiful Set ($350.96).

An Opulence Set ($202.16) for example has a variety of Chinese and Indo-Peranakan food such as Prosperity Yu Sheng, Fish Maw Soup with Prawn Ball & Pig Tripe, Deep-fried Snapper with Gulai Gravy, Deep-fried Chicken marinated in Lemongrass & Blue Ginger, Nyonya braised Vegetables with Pork Skin, Stir-fried Ee-Fu Noodles with Seafood, and Bubur Cha Cha

All sets come with one complimentary bottle of Red wine worth $80!

Ishinomaki Grill and Sake
Premium Chirashi Yu Sheng ($96.80), Chirashi Yu Sheng ($63.80)

Ishinomaki at Palais Renaissance is a grill and sake dining concept offering both robatayaki and Izakaya style dishes.

For Japanese cuisine lovers who love your Yu Sheng with thick cuts of assorted sashimi, do not miss out their Japanese style Chirashi Yu Sheng.

Kinki
Kinki’s Prosperity Toss ($94.16)

A Japanese restaurant overlooking the Marina Bay waterfront, serving up Japanese dishes using fresh ingredients and creative flavour combinations.

The Kinki’s Prosperity Toss which is good for 4 pax, contains an oishii assortment of salmon, tuna, swordfish, splashed with Kinki’s Goma Dressing and fragrant truffle oil. Truffle oil?!

Kinsa Sushi
福 of Prosperity Yu Sheng ($30.90, $52.30, $84.40)

Japanese restaurant Kinsa Sushi located at HillV2, has created Prosperity Yu Sheng of 3 sizes of small (2-3 pax, medium (4 – 5pax) and large (6-7 pax).

Toss up the new year with Yusheng with fresh sashimi of your choice, drizzled in home-mixed sauce.

The Yusheng comes in default salmon sashimi, but customers get to customise their fish mix to their liking.

Miam Miam
Tower of Wealth ($24.93, $42.05)

French-Japanese café Miam Miam has put up a Tower Of Wealth Lou Hei.

This is a Japanese twist on your Chinese New Year celebration with this sweet medley of jellyfish, hotate, wakame, chuka kurage, crispy vegetable twirls, golden fish chips and more.

Pulling all the ingredients together is the refreshing ume sauce, made with a blend of sesame oil and spices.

Om Nom Taste of Thai
CNY Abalone Prosperity Yu Sheng ($58.80, $88.80)

Om Nom Taste of Thai is a humble Thai eatery located at The Central, Clarke Quay.

Other than casual Thai dishes of Tom Yum Seafood ($15.80), Green Curry Chicken ($9.80), Pineapple Fried Rice ($9.80) and Pad Thai ($10.80) you can Deliveroo over, CNY Abalone Prosperity Yu Sheng is available at $58 for 4-6pax, and $88 for 8-10 pax.

KPO
Refreshing Lo Hei ($54.00 serves 4-6pax)

KPO’s Refreshing Lo Hei incorporates quite varied and interesting components: Smoked salmon, baked parmesan crisps, shredded kale, pomelo, pomegranate seeds, radish, carrots, dried fig; with a medley of sesame seeds, chopped almonds and pumpkin seeds, accompanied with a homemade yuzu dressing.

Alternatively, you can get Lo Hei Package with 8 bottles of refreshing Kronenbourg Blanc at $118.00.

The Disgruntled Chef + The Disgruntled Brasserie
Prosperous Yu Sheng ($62.06 serving for 5)

The Disgruntled Chef (Dempsey) and Disgruntled Brasserie (Ann Siang Road) both have a special take on Yu Sheng, added with Home Smoked Salmon, Pok Choi Crackers, Shredded Vegetables, Pickled Ginger, Preserved Winter Melon Strips, Sour Plum Sauce, Sesame, and Cinnamon.

Other Highlights
Other highlights available for order include Crystal Jade’s signature Chinese New Year Roast Specials and Reunion Set Meals; Chinese New Year set menus featuring Prosperity Wealth Yu Sheng and Cantonese delicacies from Uncle Leong Signatures; Cedele’s range of artisanal handmade Chinese New Year cookies and cakes; the Prosperity Toss featuring salmon, tuna and swordfish from the popular Japanese restaurant Kinki; and even localised favourites such as Bakkwa Pizza or Lucky Mandarin Dough Balls from Pizza Express.

Remember… Promo Code ”DFDROO” to enjoy $10 off your First Deliveroo order. Valid till 28 Feb 2017

The Mandarin Orange Icon
Deliveroo’s participating restaurants are marked with a Mandarin Orange icon and under ‘CNY specials’ so you won’t miss them.

Customers have the option to schedule orders via the Deliveroo app up to one day in advance or receive food as soon as possible between 11:30am and 11pm from the select restaurants marked with the Mandarin Orange, conveniently delivered to your homes and offices.

RISIS Giveaway
Adding the “fortune” element to usher in the auspicious year of the Fire Rooster, Deliveroo has partnered with Singapore’s iconic gold jewelry brand RISIS during the promotion period to give away over $2000 worth of gold.

During the week-long giveaway period from 28 Jan to 4 Feb 2017, 3 lucky customers per day will receive a beautiful gold RISIS gift (worth between $98 to $528 each) when they order the Chinese New Year specials from the participating restaurants.

Deliveroo’s ‘Roo of Fortune’ game will also be launched on 26 January on Deliveroo’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/DeliverooSG.

Winners will enjoy up to $88 Deliveroo credit to make their year of the Rooster all the more delicious for eating in.

* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Deliveroo Singapore.

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