MUST-TRY: 10 Special Yu Sheng In S’pore To Enjoy This Chinese New Year!

For An Exciting Chinese New Year!

Tossing Yu Sheng is inarguably one of the most exciting parts of Chinese New Year celebrations. If you’re looking for special Yu Sheng options to switch things up this year, read on to find out what we recommend! 🧨 🐀🏮

10 Special Yu Sheng In S’pore For Chinese New Year 2020!

* We advise you to call in & check in advance instead of ordering these on the day itself to avoid disappointment

1. Makan @ Jen

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Makan @ Jen Special Yu Sheng
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If you’re bored of the typical Yu Sheng ingredients, why not literally spice things up by ordering Makan @ Jen‘s special Yu Sheng? It offers a truly unique experience with its Pink Peppercorn Salmon Yusheng With Passion Fruit Pop Balls & Honey Mango Dressing!

Address: 277 Orchard Road, Hotel Jen Orchardgateway, Level 10, Singapore 238858

Opening Hours: 6.30am – 11pm, Daily

2. Neo Garden

Neo Garden Singapore
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Neo Garden Catering
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This Chinese New Year, Neo Garden is offering a unique Nonya Style Yu Sheng. It is a Peranakan take on the classic yusheng! Some of the more notable ingredients are fried yam slices, dried apricots and cranberries & sweet and spicy dressing.

You may also opt to customise your Yu Sheng by adding auspicious Chinese letters, zodiac animals, and even Chinese couplets!

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3.Soi Thai Soi Nice

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Soi Thai Soi Nice combines Thai & Teochew cuisine to create an exciting Yu Sheng experience! You can look forward to freshly shredded papaya and mango, an entire golden deep-fried soft shell crab and a sweet & sour Thai dressing for a refreshing touch.

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #03-21, Singapore 608549

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10pm, Daily

4. Min Jiang

Min Jiang Singapore
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Min Jiang Singapore
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Min Jiang‘s Abundance Yu Sheng has deep-fried chee cheong fun strips coated in cheese powder which is perfect because this year’s zodiac animal is the rat! It also has wild arugula, yellow frisee, red shiso, and topped with a dressing made from calamansi juice, plum sauce, and strawberry jam!

Address: 22 Scotts Road, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221

Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 11.30am – 2.30pm, Sun: 11am – 2.30pm, 6.30pm – 10.30pm, Daily

5. COMO Cuisine

Special Yu Sheng
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Special Yu Sheng
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Como Cuisine‘s Prosperity Toss Salad is made up of fresh vegetables that have been grown and picked in-house. You can expect to see raw Tasmanian Petuna ocean trout slices, diced dragon fruit and snake gourd, which aren’t ingredients you typically see in Yu Sheng!

Address: Block 18A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249677

Opening Hours: 8am – 12pm (Breakfast, Mon to Fri), 12pm – 3pm (Lunch, Mon to Fri), 8am – 3pm (Brunch, Sat to Sun), 3pm – 6pm (Mon to Sun), 6pm – 10pm (Dinner, Sun to Thurs), 6pm – 10.30pm (Dinner, Fri to Sat)

6. Tablescape

Special Yu Sheng Singapore
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Tablescape Singapore
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Fancy Foie Gras? You can satisfy your cravings with this Yu Sheng from Tablescape! Foie gras terrine is one of the purest forms of foie gras as it is basically whole raw liver cooked at a low temperature. It’s also paired with freshly grated daikon, pickled red yam, wakame, pomelo, ginger, and carrots.

They even offer special dressings such as mala, apple & passionfruit!

Address: 10 Coleman Street, Grand Park City Hall, Level 3, Singapore 179809

Opening Hours: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10.30pm, Daily

7. Blue Jasmine

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Special Yu Sheng
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Blue Jasmine‘s Yu Sheng fuses Chinese & Thai flavours! Its Thai Chin Yu Shen has silky slices of salmon gravlax (raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, and dill) that sits on a lush bed of fresh vegetables and fruit! They also add green Thai mangoes & papaya which add a zesty flavour.

Address: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Singapore 217564

Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10.30am, 11am – 3pm & 6.30pm – 10pm, Daily

8. The Salon

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The Salon special yu sheng
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If you’re a fan of Mala, you’re going to love The Salon’s Yu Sheng! Its ‘Ma-Luck’ Fa Cai Yu Sheng (S$98+) has game-changing mala dressing which consists of nutmeg, star anise, dried chilli, chilli oil and Sichuan peppercorn! You are also able to choose between two spice levelsZhong La (moderately spicy) or Da La (extra spicy).

Address: 11 Canning Walk, Hotel Fort Canning, Singapore 178881

Opening Hours: 7am – 10.30pm, Daily


KOMA Singapore Special Yu Sheng
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KOMA Singapore
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Sashimi lovers, this one’s for you! Enjoy KOMA‘s seafood spread with maguro, hamachi, sake (salmon), tai (sea bream) and ikura. There are also seasonal offerings like KOMA’s Kodai whole fish sashimi, Awabi whole sashimi, or the premium Fugu whole fish sashimi.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Galleria Level, B1-67

Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 5pm – 12am, Fri – Sat: 5pm – 2am

10. Antoinette

Special Yu Sheng
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Antoinette Singapore
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We feel like this Yu Sheng from Antoinette speaks for itself. It screams luxury with its shiny gold colours and exquisite appearance. The Queen’s Yu Sheng is encapsulated in a crackable golden milk chocolate egg. This seems like it would be very exciting for children (or people of any age, really).

Its base is made of mandarin orange butter cake, golden coins, meringue, yam, and sweet potato chips!

Address: 30 Penhas Road, Singapore 208188

Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 11am – 10pm, Fri: 11am – 10pm, Sat: 10am – 11pm, Sun: 10am – 10pm

10 Special Yu Sheng In S’pore For Chinese New Year 2020!

We hope you found this article helpful in sourcing for your Yu Sheng of choice this year. Amidst all the glitz and glamour, let’s not forget that what’s most important is spending more time with our loved ones and showing more appreciation towards them. The Singapore Foodie team wishes you a joyous and exciting new year!

Read More: 10 Chinese New Year Snacks To Feast On During The Festive Season!

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