Usher in good fortune and wealth with free-flow reunion dinners.

Royale Restaurant

Soak in the festive spirit from 9 February to 2 March at Mercure Bugis, with over 40 dishes in Royale Restaurant’s buffet spread. Toast to good fortune and health with their DIY Prosperity Yu Sheng. Enjoy Hong Kong Style Waxed Meat Rice wrapped in Lotus leaf, Sautéed Scallop and Asparagus in X.O Sauce, and Braised Fish Maw and Crabmeat Soup. For local fare, grab a few servings of Chilli Crab with Mantou, before settling down with their rich Peanut Butter Supreme Layer Cake. ($58++ adult, $29++ child. Excluding 15 and 16 February. Top up $10 for free flow drinks and $30 for alcohol) 122 Middle Road, Mercure Singapore Bugis. Tel: 6521 6088

Makan@Jen

You won’t expect anything less than sumptuous from Makan@Jen‘s Prosperity buffet. At $45++ per diner, their brunch buffet from 16 to 18 February (12.30pm-3pm) is a great way to celebrate Lunar New Year without tapping on your ang pows. Get a taste of their festive specials like Braised Chicken with Glutinous Rice and Four Treasures Sauce, Golden Coin Egg Tofu with Young Greens and Wolfberry, and a reunion dinner must-have, Four Treasure Soup with Golden Mushroom and Cordycep Flower. The usual buffet suspects make an appearance as well (read: fresh New Zealand oysters and cracked crab on ice). End this luxurious brunch with some fried nian gao and Chrysanthemum Konnyaku Jelly with White Fungus, or opt for some local-flavoured ice cream or ice kachang. 277 Orchard Road, Level 10, Hotel Jen. Tel: 6708 8899

GoroGoro Steamboat & Korean Buffet

Not a fan of traditional CNY fare but still want to celebrate? Bond with your family over a bubbling hotpot of treasures! Opt for GoroGoro’s Korean steamboat, and choose any two of their seven broth options, including Pepper Bakuteh, Beauty Collagen, and Mala, for all the spice lovers out there. Fill your pot with unlimited servings of meat, seafood and veggies, and watch your broth evolve into a rich, savoury soup. Dig into their wide range of Korean delicacies. with the likes of crispy Korean fried chicken wings, japchae, and Korean pancake. Add in a Huat Ah Salmon Yusheng for good measure ($48++, $38++ three days advance order). (15 February Prime Dinner: $18.80 child, $30.80++ adult (3-5 pax), $28.80++ (6 pax and above). Premium Dinner: $20.80 child, $34.80++ adult (4-5 pax), $32.80++ (6 pax and above)) 218 Orchard Road, orchardgateway@emerald, #04-01. Tel: 6385 7854

Princess Terrace

Doling out authentic Penang fare since 1970, our favourite Penang buffet is back with with a delectable spread of mouth-watering dishes. Alongside the usual delicacies prepared by their Penang chefs, new festive highlights from 13 to 25 February include a flavourful Braised Duck with Eight Treasure Herbs, as well as their Braised Pork Trotter with Black Moss, and Dried Mussels and Mushrooms. (Mon-Thur Lunch: $49.80++ adult, Dinner: $53.80++ adult. Fri-Sun Lunch: $51.80++ adult, Dinner: $56.80++ adult. 50% off for children aged 5-12 years) 403 Havelock Road, Copthorne King’s Hotel. Tel: 6318 3168

The Carvery

For a CNY celebration with a twist, opt for The Carvery’s premium meat buffet. On top of their usual impressive spread, The Carvery will be offering festive roasts like cellophane-wrapped Kumquat chicken, and a juicy sous-vide Crispy Pork Belly. The 24-hour herb-marinated Szechuan Spiced Roast Leg of Lamb is another hot item on the carving board, bursting with an uninmitable mala flavour. If you’re feeling up to it, top up $38.80 for a fitting fusion festive dish – the Pulled Pork Lohei (good for four to six diners) – complete with crispy fish skin, caramelised walnuts, white balsamic peach dressing and tortilla “pok chui”. (22 January to 2 March, excluding 15 to 18 February. Lunch: $46++ adult, $24++child. Mon-Thurs Dinner: $58++ adult, $30++ child. Fri-Sun Dinner: $64++ $32++. 15 to 18 February Lunch: $48.80++ adult, $25++ child) 323 Alexandra Road, Park Hotel Alexandra. Tel: 6828 8880

Sky22

A less sinful alternative to indulgent reunion feasts, Sky22’s wholesome buffet is the perfect way to usher in good health this Lunar New Year. Besides their complimentary Prosperity Lo Hei Platter (minimum two diners), there is also a range of gourmet salads. Nourish yourselves with a herbal Doubled Boiled Chicken Soup before tucking into poached prawns, mussels, crayfish, and other fresh seafood. For festive dishes, try the Roasted Soy Duck, Roasted Duck glazed with Hoisin Sauce and Pan-seared Seabass with Sambal Olek, to name a few. But if you want to throw caution to the wind, load up on their Gourmet Coin Bak Kwa and house-baked buttery Pineapple Tarts. Desserts include Deep-fried Nian Gao and Black Sesame Dumpling ‘Tang Yuan’, along with assorted bite-sized Nyonya Kuih. (From 5 February to 2 March. Lunch: $38++ adult, $19++ child. Dinner: $48++ adult, $24++ child. Add on $28++ for free-flow drinks and alcohol) 99 Irrawaddy Road, Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena. Tel: 6378 2040

Tiffany Café & Restaurant

Everyone has the chance to enjoy Chinese New Year at this halal-certified international buffet restaurant. From now till 2 March, new highlights include a fiery Sichuan Roasted Chicken. Seafood lovers can dig into their Alaska Crab Claw Jade Noodles and succulent Lobster Thermidor. If you’re dining on New Year’s Day (16 February), you might get to witness a special lion dance performance at the hotel. (Lunch: $59.80++ adult $28.80++ child, Dinner: $69.80 adult, $28.80 child. one-for-one promotion with major credit cards, not applicable for dinner on Thursday, 15th of February, 20% and 30% discounts for 5.30pm and 8pm seating respectively) 60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Furama City Centre. Tel: 6533 3888/6534 1489

FernTree Café

Toss up your DIY lou hei for good luck and prosperity in a one-for-one sweet deal at the newly-renovated FernTree Café. Festive delights include the tender Braised Pork Trotter with dried oysters and fatt choy, wok-fried Black Pepper Prawns, and Crispy Buttered Crayfish. Celebrate with free-flow ice-cold Tiger Beer and air-flown oysters. The indulgence continues, with their Chinese New Year Prosperity nian gao among other desserts. This affordable reunion feast is only available for four days from 15 to 18 February, so book your tables early. (Buy one get one free for all days – 15 February Lunch: $89.80 adult, 44.90 child, Dinner $98.80 adult, $49.40 child. 16 to 18th February Lunch: $78.80 adult, $39.40 child, Dinner $89.80 adult, $44.90 child) 401 Havelock Road, Hotel Miramar. Tel: 6733 0222

Feast@East

From now till 4 March, Feast@East at Grand Singapore Mercure Roxy will offer traditional Lunar New Year dishes like roasted suckling pig and an assortment of Chinese pastries on a rotating menu. Their signature dishes will still be available, so you can revel in unlimited servings of house-made creamy Laksa, and a decadent Durian Paste for dessert. Diners also receive a can of Mandarin Orange Tea each for good fortune. (15 February – 19 February – Lunch: $59.90 adult, $29.90 child. Dinner: $62.90 adult, $31.90 child. Others days – Lunch: $55.90 adult, $28.90 child, $40.90 senior citizen, $36.90 pioneer citizen. Dinner: 61.90 adult, $30.90 child, $43.90 senior citizen, $38.90 pioneer citizen. Promotions: one-for-one on Mondays (Not valid for 15 – 19 February), 50% on Wednesdays) 50 East Coast Road, Roxy Square. Tel: 6344 8000