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3 ways to celebrate Spring, from the Museum of Ice Cream to seasonal menus

Jovi Ho
Jovi Ho • 4 min read
3 ways to celebrate Spring, from the Museum of Ice Cream to seasonal menus
Celebrate the spirit of Spring from the tropics with fresh produce and family.
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Celebrate the spirit of Spring from the tropics with fresh produce and family


Joy of spring


Yan celebrates springtime with the brand-new “vegetable-forward” Joy of Spring a la carte menu, available till May 31.

Usher in the start of a new season with light, flavoursome dishes, showcasing the best of Cantonese cuisine.

Created in partnership with Green Monday, a social enterprise that aims to inspire sustainable living and bring awareness to the benefits of green diets, the plant-based dishes are sure to charm diners.

Highlights include the Sautéed King Oyster Mushrooms with Celtuce Stems and Olive Vegetables ($22++), a vegetarian-friendly dish that offers a symphony of textures.

See: Cantonese memories at Yan

The Poached Sliced Beef with Bean Sprouts, Enoki Mushrooms and XO Sauce ($36++) beckons with sliced beef on a bed of bean sprouts, enoki mushrooms, julienned scallions and red bell peppers.

Garnished with ginger and parsley, the refreshing flavours are brought together by Yan’s house-made XO sauce.

Look out for the Steamed Beancurd with Minced Omni Meat and Pickled Vegetables ($20++), a vegetarian rendition of the classic steamed tofu with minced pork. Silky beancurd is adorned with minced Omni pork and pickled lettuce in a savoury gravy and garnished with chopped spring onions.

Yan’s Joy of Spring a la carte menu is available daily for dinein during lunch and dinner. View the full menu at For reservations, call 6384 5585 or email [email protected].

Chef at home

Grand Marketplace

Grand Marketplace by Grand Hyatt Singapore is an online grocery store that provides access to sustainably sourced ingredients at affordable trade prices.

Conceptualised by Chef Lucas Glanville, the hotel’s director of culinary operations, Grand Marketplace offers foodies and conscious buyers restaurant-quality produce direct from the farms and at unbeatable trade prices.

As the hotel purchases its ingredients in bulk directly from farmers and producers, Grand Hyatt Singapore is in a privileged position to pay it forward and extend these savings to its consumers.

Grand Hyatt Singapore’s culinary team has assembled three limited bundles that bring every aspiring home chef on a culinary adventure from within the comfort of their homes to mark the launch of the Grand Marketplace:

• Oasis Bundle ($150)

Brilliantly paired with freshly made barbecue and Thai chilli sauce, this bundle includes a lamb rack from Roaring Forties (900g), prime rib beef from Yulgilbar (1kg), pork chorizo (1kg) and Spencer Gulf king prawns (1kg).

• mezza9 Bundle ($140)

With good-quality meats being the core of a good roast, this bundle includes a barramundi from Kühlbarra (1kg), lamb leg from Roaring Forties (2.5kg) and a beef strip loin from Yulgilbar (1kg), along with mezza9’s dry rub seasoning and remoulade sauce.

• Organic Vegetable Bundle (1kg for $15, 2kg for $30)

A mixed bundle of organic vegetables that comes in 1kg or 2kg. These packages contain a seasonal mix of vegetables grown in an organic and ethically driven farm located in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia, by Weeds and More.

Fresh produce can be purchased individually online from and are available for self-collection or drive-through pick-up at Grand Hyatt Singapore.


Getting a big scoop

Museum of Ice Cream

Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) is bringing its sold-out interactive museum experience to Singapore, marking the first time the US-based attraction has set foot abroad.

The experiential museum will be located in Dempsey, and will open its doors to visitors from August. MOIC started in 2016 with its New York pop-up, selling out quickly with a growing wait-list of 200,000 guests. The Smithsonian ranked MOIC among its top 10 most Instagrammed museums in the world.

Here, the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore will be housed within a 60,000 sq ft property. MOIC will feature 14 never-before-seen installations, and guests can look forward to a fully functional, Singapore-inspired “Dragon Playground”, a pink-and-yellow jungle with 10,000 bananas and the largest MOIC sprinkle pool ever created.

Guests will also be able to enjoy five unique ice-cream treats as they are guided through the 90-minute experience.

Advanced reservations to the ice cream journey launched in limited quantities from April 12 can be made at First-access (Phase One) ticket reservations for Museum of Ice Cream Singapore start from $38.

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