Before yu sheng delivery came along, our grandparents were making their own yu shengs at home. Then, we started going to restaurants for festive meals. Finally, we have yu sheng delivery and can hold our loheis at home!
With CNY fast approaching, maybe you’re thinking of having your loheis at home, or in your office for small gatherings. Great news, because many restaurants and establishments are offering yu sheng delivery this year!
Toss to a new year and good fortune with these yu sheng delivery options.
Deliveroo + Soup Restaurant
Usher in the new year with Deliveroo’s Year of the Ox yusheng kits ($51.25)! Partnering up with Soup Restaurant, these yu sheng kits feature salmon and baby abalone on a bed of grated radish and carrots, and a homemade citrus sauce with tangy and refreshing notes. Each Yu Sheng kit will also come with complimentary Handmade Lotus Fortune Baos, which is sure to delight everyone.
There’s no rule that says you have to have Chinese food for a CNY gathering! Tuck into sumptuous Japanese fare and yu sheng with a Japanese twist. The Sushi Tei Prosperity Yusheng (S$39.80 for medium, S$45.80 for large) comes with salmon, shredded carrot, radish, pickled ginger, jellyfish, chuka hotate (scallops), chuka wakame (seaweed), brown melon, cucumber strip and preserved leek. Crushed peanuts and crackers contribute to a delightfully crunchy texture, and a a drizzling of Sushi Tei’s signature dressing gives it a bright citrusy flavour.
If you’re having Muslim friends over this season, Bali Thai offers halal-certified yusheng (S$28.80 for standard, S$48.80 for deluxe) for your inclusive party. Bringing together Thai and Indonesian flavours, you’ll find ingredients such as green mango, cashew nuts, jellyfish, ginger flower and lemon leaf slice. Top it off with your choice of fresh salmon, fresh prawns or crispy salmon skin. For non-meat eaters, Bali Thai also has a vegetarian yu sheng option.
Sometimes, celebrating the new year is just an intimate affair for two, and Pink Fish understands that. This year, they have a mini yu sheng on the menu! The Mini Abundance Lo-Hei (from S$10.90 for small) uses only the freshest Norwegian salmon and an assortment of ingredients like garden greens, golden-crisped salted egg fish skin, and their house speciality plum sauce.
The Alkaff Mansion
Yu Sheng with a Spanish twist, anybody? For the adventurous, meat-loving and not-so-traditional family, The Alkaff Mansion has curated the Golden Harvest Yusheng (S$88) for the ultimate toss to abundance and prosperity. The delightful dish is presented with a Spanish twist and features luxurious 5J jamón ibérico ham, salmon and crispy ibérico pork crackling that is unique to The Alkaff Mansion.
Pre-order at least 3 days in advance here.
Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay
Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay has an interesting rendition on the classic this year! The Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng With Crispy Whitebait And Nashi Pear (from $93) features some unorthodox standouts such as the crispy whitebait (which makes a great substitute for the usual raw salmon), and nashi pear, a lovely and unusual addition.
Mìmì is a modern Chinese restaurant housed in a 150-year-old riverhouse, and the Prosperity Abalone Yu Sheng with Salmon (S$68 for small, S$88 for large) makes for a great choice to toss to the new year. It comes adorned with baby abalone, fresh salmon, green radish, daikon, carrot, cornflakes, puff rice, blueberries, crispy crackers and a chef’s secret sauce.
Pre-order at least 3 days in advance here.
Best known for their white beehoon, White Restaurant festive dishes include the Prosperity Abalone Yu Sheng (from $47.08) – luscious 14-head abalones with julienned winter melon, buckwheat, dried persimmon, carrots, deep-fried yam and jelly fish. For some crunch, top the dish with grounded peanuts, white sesame and pomelo pulps. House-made piquant pomelo sauce and sliced lemon leaves tie the dish together with a fruity fragrance and taste.
This steakhouse is known for its use of picanha, a cut of beef from the rump cap first popularized in Brazil. Toss to good fortune this year with Picanhas’ Gyusheng ($88) – a yu sheng with Brazillian twist that will tantalize your taste buds with the steakhouse’s signature Queen of Steak atop a bed of oranges, grapes, pineapples, daikon, and cashew nuts.
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Min Jiang at Dempsey
If you have a large family, this Auspicious Abundance ‘Lo Hei’ ($268) will feed everyone. Firstly, the magnificent yu sheng is crowned with steamed Alaskan crab leg meat in a crisp rice cracker. Then it is laid on a bed of romaine lettuce, wild arugula, yellow frisee, radishes, pickled ginger and pomelo. Baby abalones, flying fish roe and sweet peaches encircle the dish, which finishes with deep-fried gluten, yam, sweet potato strips, an assortment of nuts. Lastly, dress it with plum sauce, rosella jam and lime juice!
Toss up good fortune with Blue Jasmine’s Thai Chin Yu Sheng (S$68). The dish comes with a refreshing Thai twist and features slices of smoked salmon served with a tall mountain of crispy rice crackers, vegetables and fruit including Thai green mango, papaya, pomelo and pickles. Finish it off with a generous drizzling of the unique and refreshing plum and passionfruit sauce!
Man Fu Yuan
Usher in a Niu year as Man Fu Yuan ups the ante on Lunar New Year celebrations with a luxurious selection of dishes. The Abundance Yu Sheng (from $92.34), Treasures Beef Yu Sheng (from $75.24) and Prosperity Yu Sheng (from $75.24) are all available for delivery this season. They feature toppings such as Canadian lobster, baby abalone, beef bak kwa or Hokkaido scallops and salmon.
Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
Fans of salted egg, usher in a prosperous new year with Xin Restaurant’s rendition of the dish – Alaskan Crab with Salted Egg Yolk Sauce Yu Sheng ($98 for small, S$138 for large)! Oozing with umami from fresh Alaskan crab meat, coat it in creamy salted egg yolk sauce for that extra oomph!
Invite in a new auspicious beginning with your loved ones over specially-curated dishes by Mandarin Oriental’s Cherry Garden. There’s a yusheng for everyone, such as the classic Prosperity Yu Sheng with salmon slices (S$88++ for small, S$168++ for large). Alternatively, go for the Bountiful Yu Sheng (S$138++ for small. S$276++ for large) with abalone, Hokkaido scallops and salmon, or the Harmonious Yu Sheng with fresh lobster, scallops and salmon (S$158++ for small, S$258++ for large). Whichever your pick, it’s perfect for tossing to a sweet year ahead.
The refreshing Prosperity Tuna Yu Sheng Platter (S$58) from Porta at Park Hotel features an array of auspicious ingredients. Yellowfin tuna slices, coated in sesame seeds and seaweed flakes, lead the festive celebrations with its deep red hue. Prepared tataki style, the tuna slices are paired with a vibrant medley of white and green radish and carrot, purple cabbage, pickled vegetables, and crowned with torch ginger flower and chiffonade of kaffir lime leaves.Order here.