Take home these delectable treats and specialty dishes exclusive to the season. 

Golden signatures
Crowd favourites from The Golden Duck – Salted Egg Yolk Potato Crisps and Fish Skin Crisps – get a limited edition makeover in gold packaging this year in an auspicious colour synonymous with the festive season. Both snacks are priced at $7 nett and weigh 125 each, and come with an auspicious blessing in the form of traditional Chinese well wishes in eight variances. Additionally, The Golden Duck is giving away prizes worth up to $3,888 to fans who collect 5-8 different auspicious blessings, as part of its ‘The Golden Huat’ contest which runs until March.

Click here for more information about the contest

Treasures abound 
For the first time, The Carvery at Park Hotel Alexandra is offering the perennial prosperity toss for both dine-in and takeaway in the form of Pulled Pork Lohei ($38 for four to six persons): featuring a unique combination of ingredients such as premium pulled pork, fried fish skin toppings, caramelized walnuts and granny smith apple strips. Advanced orders of three working days are required, with pre-payment in full upon confirmation. Last order date is 27 Feb, 2018, 9pm with pick up available at The Carvery between 11am-9pm.

Email The Carvery to place your orders

Branches of prosperity       
Make a statement this New Year with Tree of Blossoming Treasures ($98 nett, 1kg), a new creation available at Goodwood Park Hotel’s The Deli. This resplendent 28-cm tall “tree” of edible ingots is inspired by the elegant bonsai tree with a prosperous gilded touch, and is bound to become the talk of the table. The base, an oversized ingot, is made with vanilla pound cake. Fondant icing branches are used to cradle mini ingots made of chocolate.

Visit http://festivepromotions.goodwoodparkhotel.com for online orders


The gift of giving
Sweeten your Chinese New Year snack table with Yoku Moku Chocolat Cigare and Petit Chocolat Cigare cookies, available in elegant gift boxes only for the month of February. The former comes in boxes of six and 10 cookies for $37 and $60, respectively, while the latter is packaged in boxes of four and seven cookies going for $15 and $25. These iconic Japanese gourmet treats also make the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, and are available at Yoku Moku’s store at Level 3 of ION Orchard.

Visit Yoku Moku's website to view more products

Wholesome traditions
York Hotel Singapore’s White Rose Café is offering its signature ‘Fa Cai’ Eight Treasure Chicken for takeaway at $62. The symbolic Lunar New Year dish, which represents family togetherness and served whole, is prepared using key ingredients such as fatt choy, lotus seed, straw mushroom, chestnut and ginko nut. DBS/POSB, UOB and HSBC cardmembers get to enjoy 10% off Lunar New Year takeaway items in a single receipt from 9 Feb to 2 March this year.

Visit York Hotel’s website for more information