Chinese New Year with DBS Indulge

By HungryGoWhere July 11, 2021
Chinese New Year with DBS Indulge
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For every family and each budget, there is an ideal DBS Indulge option. DBS/POSB Cardmembers who spend a minimum of $888 in a single receipt, redeem a free can of Skylight New Zealand Superior Abalone simply by flashing their DBS Indulge Mobile Coupon. Valid from 10 to 24 February 2013 while stocks last at participating restaurants and hotels.

In addition, win up to $500 rebate with a minimum spend of $388 on dining islandwide with five lucky winners to be selected daily from 10 to 24 February 2013. Download the DBS Indulge App or visit for full promotion details.

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Mandarin Court
Bearing its heritage with pride, Mandarin Orchard Singapore’s Chinese restaurant towers above the competition at the 35th floor. Chef Kong Hing Sun, better known as Sunny, lends his signature flair to the fine Cantonese creations.

To start with, he’s created a Prosperity Roselle Salmon Yu Sheng ($68, serves four; $108, serves eight to ten) that incorporates the fine sweet-sour blush of roselle flowers into the sauce. This is ideal for dining in or takeaway celebrations at home. The Baby Abalone Fortune Pot ($398) is good for five to eight people, and serves up over 20 treasured delicacies including dried oysters, baby abalones, drunken chicken wings, and Chinese sausages. One addition includes the Four Treasures Mini Nian Gao ($48), filled with innovative flavours such as traditional nian gao with gula melaka, Hokkaido pumpkin, black sesame, and carrot cake with Chinese sausage.

DBS/POSB Cardmembers can enjoy 15 per cent off Chinese New Year goodies, and a complimentary plate of nian gao per table per bill for dining in. Valid until 24 February 2013.

Mandarin Court | Address: Level 35 Mandarin Orchard Singapore, 333 Orchard Road | Tel: 68316262 | Opening hours: Daily 12-2.30pm, 6.30-10.30pm



Peach Garden
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Peach Garden is a homegrown success story and still as popular as the day it started. With six restaurant locations and three noodles houses, Singaporeans are well acquainted with the fine Cantonese cuisine offered. Better still, all Peach Garden restaurants are open throughout the Chinese New Year period.

Give mom a rest and to impress your in-laws by taking the whole family to enjoy the restaurant’s Chef’s Recommendation Lunar New Year Set Menu ($1,088 for ten). The meal starts with a Lobster, Salmon and Coral Grass Yu Sheng, perking up the appetite with sweet morsels of chilled lobster and salmon, dressed tangily with sweet plum and a dash of lime.

A lobster broth is next, with braised baby superior shark’s fin, while baked deep sea fillet of sea perch is a lovely new creation. The intricate stock is richly accented with premium fermented black garlic.

Meat lovers will look forward to the roasted rack of suckling pig, served individually, followed by steamed glutinous rice with golden petite abalone in a bamboo basket. The new year starts off sweetly with the finale of warm red bean soup with the chef’s handmade orange peel glutinous rice ball to represent harmony, wealth and luck.

Should you prefer to celebrate at home, opt for the reasonably priced catering for buffet lunch (from $40 per person) or dinner buffet (from $48 per person) when catering for 30 people or more.

DBS/POSB Cardmembers can enjoy 10 per cent off Chinese New Year goodies and yu sheng (excludes hampers, Pen Cai and packages), complimentary pomelo nian gao and $15 dining voucher with every home delivery of pen cai ordered, complimentary small salmon yu sheng with every order of Fortune Treasures Set, and complimentary two bottles of house wine (one red wine and one white wine) with any Chinese New Year buffet catering order. Valid until 24 February 2013 for takeaways only.

Peach Garden | Address: At 6 locations including #01-06 Novena Gardens, 273 Thomson Road | Tel: 62543383 | Opening hours: Daily 11.30-2.30pm, 6.30-10.30pm



This Heng Hwa cuisine specialist exceeds culinary expectations at any budget. The food of Putien, in Fujian cuisine in China, is homely and welcoming, using the freshest ingredients to create wholesome dishes. Putien’s chefs are especialy skilled in seafood, Fujian’s coastal specialty. That’s why you will be looking forward to their Prosperity Yu Sheng ($19.80 for small – serves two-three pax; $29.80 for medium – serves four to six pax; $49.80 for large – serves eight to ten pax). The raw fish salad gets a sweet and tangy dressing sauce to be served over salmon, pomelo, shredded carrots, fresh roasted peanuts and more. Crisp signature dark jewel-green seaweed from Fujian is the crowning touch.

Putien’s pen cai, or Basin of Goodies ($198, serves six; $328, serves ten) is the solution when you’re looking forward to real home-cooked goodness. The restaurant infuses its poon choy with fatt choy, dried scallops and Chinese cabbage alongside specialty ingredients such as bamboo clams imported from Fujian and in-house beancurd. Layers of sea cucumber, fish maw, pork tendon, roast pork and Japanese flower mushrooms complete the dish. There is an abalone version ($258, serves six; $428, serves ten) as well, with whole abalone. Do note that the Basin of Goodies needs to be ordered three days in advance – the restaurant will also include a free box of Putien fried seaweed and handmade mee sua. The pristine white mee sua, or longevity noodles, is made from a jealously guarded secret recipe, and does not turn soggy when cooked. All festive takeaways are available till 24 February.

DBS/POSB Cardmembers will receive a complimentary can of Skylight New Zealand Superior Abalone worth $42.80 when ordering the $688 Joyful Chinese New Year Set Menu. Valid from 10 to 24 February while stocks last.

Putien | Address: At 8 locations including #02-205 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard | Tel: 63364068 | Opening hours: Daily 11.30am-3pm,5.30pm-10pm; Fri-Sun high tea 2.30-5pm



Szechuan Court
Indulge in Sichuan-Cantonese gourmet style at Szechuan Court, the gracious Chinese restaurant located at Fairmont Singapore. Whether you intend to dine at home or at the spacious restaurant, there is a bounty of auspicious choices this Snake Year.

To fill your dining table to the brim, be sure to order the new chef’s creation of Bountiful Oceanic Treasures Yu Sheng ($288, serves ten), which combines fresh swordfish, Boston lobster, Australian salmon, Australian abalone and crispy eel skin for extra crunch. Being a sustainability-minded restaurant, the carefully selected seafood will assure conscientous diners peace of mind when tossing to a new year of prosperity. Other favourites include the deep-fried turbot served with superior soy sauce ($98), braised whole abalone, white flower mushroom and dried oyster with broccoli (small $88, medium $132, large $176), and traditional nian gao with shredded coconut ($12 for six pieces).

DBS/POSB Cardmembers can enjoy a free mela for a diner with three paying adults for Dim Sum Weekend Buffet, valid until 31 March 2013 (blackout dates: 9-24 February 2013).

Szechuan Court | Address: Level 3 Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road | Tel: 64316156 | Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12-2.30pm, Sat-Sun, PH 12-3pm; daily 6.30-10.30pm



Spring Court Restaurant

Not many of the current generation knows the longevity of Spring Court Restaurant – the oldest established family-run Chinese restaurant since 1929.

Currently located in the heart of Chinatown in a five-storey conservation shophouse, this charming venue is the ideal destination to enjoy both the Singaporean Chinese cuisine such as superior bird’s nest in whole chicken ($380 for 10) as well as the lively ambience of Chinatown decked in its Snake Year finery.

To ‘court’ prosperity for the whole year, start off with a choice of their in-house yu sheng, choosing from the salmon ($39 for small) or ikan parang ($36 for small) versions. Follow on with the 16-ingredient Treasure Pot (or pen cai), which is bursting with 8-head abalone, live prawns, sea cucumber, pig trotter, dried scallop, dried oyster, and black moss (fatt choy). Priced at $298 for a small pot or $428 for a large pot to feed up to 10, these are are highly popular and should be booked three days in advance.

For large families, one of the private VIP rooms is a must, well equipped with karaoke facilities to keep the whole group entertained.

DBS/POSB Cardmembers can enjoy 20% off Yu Sheng takeaways, valid till 24 February 2013.

Spring Court | Address: 52-56 Upper Cross Street | Tel: 64495030 | Opening hours: Daily 11am-3pm, 6-10.30pm



Tung Lok Group
Put your trust in the stalwart Tung Lok Group, which has bew providing outstanding dining experiences since 1984. Their signature item this year is the Tung Lok Treasure Bowl (pen cai), available in Premium ($338 for six people, $538 for ten) and Traditional ($238 for six people, $338 for ten). The Premium boasts 16 ingredients, including fresh shark’s fin, abalone, dried scallop, fish maw, dried oyster, sea cucumber, pork shank, smoked duck breast and assorted vegetables. The Traditional contains 13 ingredients, without the shark’s fin, dried scallop and fish maw. Vegetarians are not left out either: a Vegetarian Treasure Bowl ($148 for six people, $198 for ten) is available from their LingZhi Vegetarian restaurant.

Tung Lok Treasure Bowl and take-home sets are available until 24 February at all Tung Lok restaurants except Tong Le Private Dining, Garuda Padang Cuisine, MAD – Modern Asian Diner, and Ruyi.

DBS/POSB Cardmembers can enjoy 15 per cent off Chinese New Year Goodies and a complimentary $20 dining voucher with every $100 spend, valid until 24 February 2013.

Tung Lok Signatures | Address: #01-57 VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk | Tel: 63769555 | Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11.30am-3pm, Sun & PH 11am-3.30pm; daily 6-10.30pm

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