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Eat your way to prosperity this Chinese New Year. From Yu Sheng to treasure pots to sweet treats, we suss out where to eat, what to eat and the new and interesting auspicious Chinese New Year goodies in the city for you to usher in the Year of the Horse.

Where to go for Chinese New Year lo-hei feast
The Year of the Horse is upon us. It’s a time to experience Singapore during its most spirited season, when Singaporeans, especially the Chinese, feast like there’s no tomorrow during Chinese New Year. Here’s a list of places on where to eat, drink and celebrate the lunar new year with your family and friends: http://thediningtable.sg/2014/01/where-to-go-for-chinese-new-year-lo-hei-feast/

Where to go for Chinese New Year lo-hei feast

Where to go for Chinese New Year lo-hei feast

 

Toss to a galloping start: Best Yu Sheng to try this year
With the Year of the Horse fast approaching, there is one dish that we cannot do without during Chinese New Year – Yu Sheng, an auspicious dish filled with colourful salad of raw fish and vegetables. However, not every Yu Sheng remains traditional. These days, restaurant chefs are tossing it up differently, with the help of special ingredients and dressings. If you are looking for interesting and unique Yu Sheng this Chinese New Year, here are some notably different Yu Sheng to toss to a galloping start: http://thediningtable.sg/2013/12/toss-galloping-start-best-yu-sheng-try-year/

Best Yu Sheng to try this year

Best Yu Sheng to try this year

 

Best treasure pots to try this Chinese New Year
The treasure pot, also known as Poon Choy or “Big Bowl Feast”, is one of the auspicious dishes to have during Chinese New Year. This pot of pure pleasure is a symbolic of wealth, abundance, unity and happiness in a family when its members come together and share a meal from one big pot during the festive celebration. Here are 10 treasure pots to bond with your family and welcome good fortune and luck this Chinese New Year: http://thediningtable.sg/2014/01/best-treasure-pots-try-chinese-new-year/

Best treasure pots to try this Chinese New Year

Best treasure pots to try this Chinese New Year

 

Chinese New Year goodies to buy this year
With Chinese New Year fast approaching, most of us delight in the snacking. Who can get enough of those pineapple tarts, Nian Gao or cookies? Forget about the calorie count and indulge in yummy sweet treats this lunar new year. Here’s our list of Chinese New Year goodies that are guaranteed to wow your family and friends: http://thediningtable.sg/2014/01/chinese-new-year-goodies-buy-year/

Chinese New Year goodies to buy this year

Chinese New Year goodies to buy this year

 

New auspicious Chinese New Year delicacies to try

Every year, restaurant chefs will cook up a storm in the kitchen to come up with new and interesting auspicious dishes to usher in the Chinese New Year. Here are six new, unique and auspicious foods that’ll fill your tummy with all the good luck and fortune you’ll need for the Lunar New Year: http://thediningtable.sg/2014/01/new-auspicious-chinese-new-year-delicacies-to-try/

New auspicious Chinese New Year delicacies to try

New auspicious Chinese New Year delicacies to try

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