Lunar New Year dining at Resorts World Sentosa

Skip the endless toil and greasy kitchen this Lunar New Year. Instead, don your best clothes, gather the family and come welcome the Year of the Rooster at Resorts World Sentosa.

Let our chefs impress you with their feast; just sit back and enjoy the spread and abundance. Take your pick from the different dining specials:

Note: All food images are for illustrative purposes only.


This year, lobsters are the featured prominently on the festive menus. In Chinese, lobster is known as “dragon shrimp”. The dragon symbolises power, strength and good luck in Chinese culture.

Have a serving of good fortune when you dine on the 8,888 lobsters prepared during the celebratory period. Take your pick from a few different styles:

Feng Shui Inn: Deep-fried Boston Lobster Roll with Purple Sweet Potato sauce & Butter Cream

Feng Shui Inn Deep-fried Boston Lobster Roll with Purple Sweet Potato sauce & Butter Cream

Forest 森: Boston Lobster Deep Fried and served with “Tian Jin” Cabbage Topped with Home-made Cheese and Garlic Sauce

Boston Lobster Deep Fried and served with "Tian Jin" Cabbage Topped with Home-made Cheese and Garlic Sauce

For more lobster dishes, visit the website.



Feng Shui Inn: For the traditionalist

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Longevity Lo Hei with Tuna Sashimi, Quail Eggs, Black Truffle and Black Caviar from Feng Shui Inn

For families with elders who prefer traditional Cantonese cuisine.

Hong Kong-born Executive Chef Li Kwok Kwong brings authentic flavours of Cantonese cuisine with opulent twists to the Lunar New Year menu.

The Longevity Lo Hei comes with black truffle, black caviar and delicate quail eggs that represent the year of the Rooster. Accompanying the dish are crispy fried fish skin and pork bak kwa which gives the dish a crunchy texture.

  • “Lo Hei” from $78++, 6-course menu at $88++, 8-course Menu from $168++. Menu.
    Reunion dinner seating 5.30pm – 7.30pm, and 8pm – 10pm. By reservations only, call 6577 6599 or email


Forest 森: For something out-of-the-ordinary

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Salmon Fruity Vegetable Yu Sheng from Forest

For families with adventurous appetites.

At 1-Michelin starred Forest 森, local Celebrity Chef Sam Leong brings his innovative contemporary Chinese cooking to the Lunar New Year menu.

One of our favourites, the Salmon Fruity Vegetable Yu Sheng, includes a mix of fruits and vegetables such as melon, pomelo, apple, seaweed and carrot, to give it a satisfying crunch. Mixed inside is crispy white bait and thinly-sliced salmon. The last step is a drizzle of refreshing homemade yuzu honey lime dressing.

  • Signature Salmon Yu Sheng from $78++, 5-course Menu from $68++ (Lunch only), 6-course Menu from $118++. Menu.
    Reunion Dinner seating 6pm – 8pm, and 8.30pm – 10.30pm. By reservations only, call 6577 6688 or email


Ocean Gallery: One-of-a-kind view of the underwater world

For families with young children.

Instead of watching Lunar New Year TV programmes during reunion dinner, opt instead for the tranquil and breathtaking scenery of the 12-metre deep Open Ocean Habitat at S.E.A. Aquarium.

With the Asian buffet spread including Bak Kut Teh (Pork Ribs Soup), Vietnamese “Shaking Beef”, Peking Duck, Malaysian Assam Prawns, Java Chicken Noodles Soup, and Taiwanese Braised Pork Belly, even the pickiest little eater can find something they like.

This is one of the rare times the Ocean Gallery holds a public dining event, so don’t miss this golden opportunity.

  • Adult ($88++). Child 4 to 12 years old ($28++) | Additional Full Lobster at $28++ per order. Menu.
    Reunion dinner available from 6.30pm – 10.30pm. By reservations only
    , call 6577 6688 or email


The Hard Rock Coliseum: A breezy steamboat


For couples and families.

Gather around a steamboat and enjoy delish ingredients (including lobster) in piping hot soup. You’ll eat get a steamboat and pick one of the two types of broth for double the happiness. A unique experience at the Coliseum on 27 Jan only.

*From 28 Jan – 4 Feb, this steamboat experience will move to Terrace at The Rock Bar.

  • Premium Steam Boat for two at $138++ or Prosperity Steam Boat for two at $168++ (both sets include one serving of 600gm Lobster for 2). Menu.
    6pm – 10.30pm (last order 9.30pm). By reservations only, call 6577 6688 or email

COCA Restaurant: A Thai-style reunion

COCA Restaurant steamboat

For families with fussy eaters.

Here’s a different steamboat reunion: Thai-style suki steamboat. The spread of meat, seafood and veggie means there’s something for everyone at COCA Restaurant.

  • Chinese New Year Dinner Buffet: Adult $50++, Child $28++. By reservations only, call 6659 2133 or email

TungLok Heen: Traditional and contemporary Chinese

Prosperity Yu Sheng.

For couples and families with up to 10 members.

TungLok Heen, helmed by international Celebrity Chef Susur Lee, combines the best of both traditional and contemporary Chinese. In its Prosperity Salmon ‘Yu Sheng’, you’ll find shredded chargrilled chicken, fresh vegetables, mushrooms, homemade yam, and sweet potato shreds, topped its special plum sauce.

  • A minimum order for two is required for the festive menus from $98++ per person. Communal-style menu for 10 available from $588++ per table.
    By reservations only, call 6884 7888. Full menu available at the website.



Feng Shui Inn

Whether it’s as gifts or self-consumption, Feng Shui Inn has the Lunar New Year goodies you crave. Some of our favourites are:

  • Premium Wealth Treasure Pot (serves 10) at $988+.
  • Sticky rice cake “Nian Gao: Traditional palm sugar at $58+ per portion and Happiness cashew at $68+ per portion.
  • Fragrance Pork Bak Kwa at $42.80+ per 500gm.
  • Pineapple Tarts at $34.80+.

Other festive retail goodies are available at Feng Shui Inn’s entrance from 2 to 27 January. Visit the website for a full list.


Singapore Seafood Republic

singapore seafood republic
The seafood restaraunt’s “Festive Pen Cai” features fresh scallops, abalone, live prawns, fish maw, pig tendon, roasted duck and much more. With each take-away order of pen cai, you’ll receive a “Prosperity Yu Sheng” for free.

Festive Pen Cai from $258*, Prosperity Yu Sheng from $58*. Festive Pen Cai requires 1-day booking in advance, please call 62656777.

*prices are subject to prevailing GST and service charge


Putien pen cai
Celebrate the coming Lunar New Year with Putien’s “Pot of Goodies” pen cai at home.

Ingredients include whole abalone, sea cucumber, Putien dried clams and more. Each ingredient is individually cooked before they are carefully layered in a pot and simmered in stock for eight hours.

Putien “Pot of Goodies” is available in servings for 10 persons ($498+) and 6 persons ($308+). Each Pen Cai takeaway comes with a free 1kg pack of Putien Mee Sua. Call +65 6686 3781 to book.


Malaysian Food Street

The Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street has a promotion for the Lunar New Year.

Get a box of six crispy baked Duck Siew Bao at $20. It comes with two of each of the following stuffing: Traditional Duck Siew Bao, BBQ Duck Char Siew Bao and Duck Siew Bao with Salted Egg Yolk.

Available at Malaysian Food Street from 3 January to 27 February.



The popular bakery has a range of festive goodies. Enjoy 10% off with a minimum purchase of $48 or 15% off with a minimum purchase of $68.

Available at BreadTalk RWS from 5 January to 11 February.



Late Night Eats and Beers at the Supper ClubFrom 27 January to 12 February, RWS Forum B1 will be bustling with life late into the night.

You’ll find food stalls and a Beer Garden at The Forum operating from 10pm to 2am. A must-try is the Cantonese-style lobster congee at $8 which has been cooked in a lobster and chicken broth for four hours and has sliced Boston lobster meat.

At the Beer Garden, you can find Tiger Beer and Guinness Stout. We recommend trying “Beer Gao” a drink combining the former two beers.


Have a great Year of the Rooster. Visit Resorts World Sentosa for a chance to win over $3 million worth of prizes.

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