contemporary twists for CNY

Posted on January 29, 2011

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Showcasing several special goodies made for the Rabbit Year.

SZECHUAN COURT, Fairmont Singapore

The “Lucky Rabbit” Yu-Sheng hops in to welcome the Lunar New Year. The $188++ dish, comprises of salmon, mini abalone, pomegranate, jackfruit, beetroot and other traditional ingredients.

Peony Jade Restaurant, Clarke Quay and Keppel Club

How would you like to receive a limited edition, Prosperity, Abundance, and Good Fortune gift set from Peony Jade restaurant? The gift set contains ten pan-fried radish cakes filled with salted egg custard, moulded in the shape of plump bunnies! (SGD88+), so adorable!

Polar Puffs & Cakes

Hello Kitty fans would go Ga-Ga this year with these character pineapple cakes, filled with yummy pineapple paste! Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh also make an appearance. (SGD3.80 each / 11.80 for a box of 4)

Goodwood Park Hotel

Still feeling peckish after a sumptuous Reunion dinner? How about snacking on a 8 Treasures cake? The cake is chock full of assorted fruits and nuts such as walnuts, almonds, melon seeds, olive seeds, sesame seeds, candied winter melon, candied kumquat and banana. (SGD68 for 1kg). Definitely something for the whole family to share.

Mandarin Orchard Singapore

Prosperity Yu Sheng ($58-$88), a delectable platter of shredded vegetables, condiments and sauces together with your choice of salmon, Lobster or abalone. If you like something extraordinary this year, try Lobster and ditch salmon.

Here’s something else from Mandarin Orchard. Enjoy the decadent Bak Kwa Nian Gao ($38.80) infused with the distinct aroma of smoked meat and chewy bits of dried barbecued pork. Not for the faint-hearted, anticipate a mixture of flavours.

Looking for something healthy, here’s a good alternative. The Black Sesame Nian Gao ($33) topped with speckles of gold dust exudes subtle opulence and is rich in calcium, iron and protein.

Finally, here’s AiMakan wishing all – A Happy, Healthy& Prosperous Lunar Bunny Year! Do continue to tune in to AiMakan.wordpress.com.

*credits to soshiok.com & sparklette.net*

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