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Feasts of Fortune

Chinese New Year is around the corner again! 
 
Celebrate the joy of a family reunion this year with a sumptuous feast available at The Greenhouse. Available in either a 7-course or 8-course menu, our unique selection of dishes is sure to delight your family of all ages! We’ve highlighted some of the crowd favourites here below: 

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7-course Prosperity Menu
 
Thai Style Salmon Yu Sheng
 
If you’re looking to spice up your celebration/ new year, look no further than our specially prepared Thai Style Salmon Yu Sheng! Adopting the style of Thai Mango Salads, our yu sheng includes green mango and pomelo, topped in a tangy-sweet sauce sauce that packs a punch. 
 
 
Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk and Conpoy
 
Simmered over 12 hours, our double-boiled chicken soup with premium ingredients like sea whelk and convoy is sure to warm you up on the inside. The addition of sea whelks and conpoy add a dash of umami to the already flavourful broth. Rich in antioxidants, this classic soup is a fantastic way of starting the new year with good health. 

Sautéed Prawns with Wasabi Sauce and Mango Sauce
 
For all the prawn lovers out there, this Asian-fusion dish is a must-have for your reunion dinner! Enjoy two types of fresh, springy prawns coated in a light batter, topped with either wasabi or mango sauce. The mouthwatering combination of creamy wasabi sauce with sautéed prawns is sure to lift your appetite, while the zingy mango sauce offers a refreshing contrast.

Chilled Lemongrass Jelly and Deep-Fried Nian Gao
 
Enjoy some citrusy-delight to cleanse your palate after the feast. Our chilled lemongrass jelly has a refreshing taste, a perfect accompaniment to the Nian Gao. 
 
An annual indulgence, Nian Gao (also known as Chinese new year’s cake) symbolises prosperity and growth, and is thought to bring good luck. Sink your teeth into a piece, and you’ll find that it’s crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside. 
 

 
8-course Joyous Abundance Menu
 
Prosperity King Crab Yu Sheng
 
If you’re tired of having the usual salmon or abalone on your yu sheng, why not ‘Huat!’ into the New Year with our prosperity king crab yu sheng! Topped with fresh, juicy meat from the Alaskan King Crab, it’ll impress even those who’re hard-to-please. 
 
 
Lobster and Sautéed Scallops with Asparagus in X.O Sauce
 
One bite is all it takes to enliven your senses. Savour the sweetness of lobster meat and delectable taste of sautéed scallops. Coupled with fresh, crunchy asparagus and topped in X.O sauce, this dish comes together in a perfect balance. A shoutout to seafood lovers, this is a must-have for your Chinese New Year celebration! 
 
 
Steamed Sea Perch Hong Kong Style
 
A classic Cantonese dish, steamed sea perch is a crowd favourite that’s easy on the palate. Subtle aromatic garnishings are paired with the freshness of the sea perch, bringing out the natural sweetness of the fish. With a light drizzle of soy sauce dressing, it’s an indulgent yet healthy dish, perfect for the New Year.
 

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