Dine at These Traditional Chinese Restaurants in Singapore to Welcome the Year of the Dragon 

CNY vibes are in the air and Parentsworld is all excited to explore the traditional Chinese restaurants in Singapore where you can spend memorable times with kids and family members by relishing traditional CNY delicacies.

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Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with Traditional Food

Whether it’s reunion dinners, takeaways, or just for the feel of the Chinese New Year, we are listing authentic Chinese restaurants which are embedded in age-old Chinese traditions and will make your CNY a special one.

 

5 traditional Chinese restaurants for ultimate feasting in CNY 2024:

 

Spring Court

 

Upper Cross Street, Opposite Chinatown Point carpark

Authentic CNY Dining at Spring Court

Talk of traditional Chinese restaurants in Singapore for CNY dinner and Spring Court has to top the chart. Running since 1929, this eatery is bound to take many Singaporeans down memory lane.

 

Centrally and iconically located in the heart of Chinatown, Spring Court has a vast CNY menu that offers a variety of menu options for different CNY gatherings – reunion dinners, CNY Celebrations for 4-6 pax, CNY Celebrations for 10 pax and CNY ala cart menu.

 

Reservation is highly recommended to catch your ideal seating slot and get a table of your party size.

Shang Place

 

Shangri-La, 22 Orange Grove Road

Shang Place is Apt for CNY Vibes

The Hong Kong native chef, Daniel Cheung, with 37 years of experience in top-level Cantonese cooking, has poured his heart into curating four types of Eight-course meals for the perfect CNY celebration at Shang Place.

 

Alongside a Dimsum lunch menu, look forward to perfectly cooked traditional CNY dishes like Fortune Yu Sheng with Norwegian Smoked Salmon and Poached Lobster, Braised South African Candy Heart Dried Abalone, Pan-fried Whole Dace Fish stuffed with Fish Meat in Black Bean Sauce and Sichuan-style Sautéed Prawns.

 

Check out Shang Place’s Imperial New Year Menu here.

 

Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House

 

 

Ocean Way

Slow Roast Spanish Style Suckling Pig at Blue Lotus

Blue Lotus is bound to find a place in the list of traditional Chinese restaurants in Singapore for a great CNY experience. The popular restaurant offer traditional Chinese cuisine but with a modern touch and is known for serving authentic Chinese cuisine but at affordable prices.

 

Blue Lotus offers an expansive Chinese New Year set menu – Happiness and Prosperity, which is available from 22nd January to 24th February. The best part is that you can also pre-order its CNY Dine-in menu to include any add-ons or extra pax.

 

You can also try take away for its signature Slow Roast Spanish Style Suckling Pig, which is roasted in an interesting Spanish method for a glazed look.

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant

 

Holiday Inn Atrium, Outram Road

Tradition and Style Meet at Xin Cuisine

At Xin Cuisine restaurant, tradition and style meet together to offer a splendid CNY dinner experience. The team of chefs at Xin Cuisine come with over 30 years of experience and curate classic Chinese dishes into CNY special menus for reunions and formal get-togethers.

 

Welcome the year of the dragon with Yu Sheng, Nutritional Soup, Roast Meat and Desserts that specially crafted by experienced chefs. Also check out their exclusive CNY menu for Ala Carte’s and Dim Sums.

 

The cozy and vibrant ambience at Holiday Inn Atrium will double your joy of CNY as you enjoy Cantonese classic dishes and Xin Cuisnie’s signature dishes like ‘homestyle roast duck with tea leaves’.

 

Sofitel Singapore City Centre

Celebrate CNY in Style at Sofitel

Head to Sofitel to explore a variety of CNY menus at its multiple restaurants. You can try their detailed CNY menu at Racines which offers Fortune Set Lunch/Dinner, Reunion Buffet and Lunar New Year Ala Carte options.

 

Their oriental afternoon tea at 1864, befits the grandeur of the year of the Dragon where diners can relish Pork “Bak Kwa” Jerky Sandwich with 18-month Aged Comté, Drunken Chicken with Chinese Wine & Goji Berries, Orange Ginger Madeleine and Peach Gum with Goji Berries.

 

Welcome the year of the Dragon, which is a symbol of power, money and a plethora of opportunities, by feasting with friends and families at these traditional Chinese restaurants in Singapore this CNY.