Peranakan cuisine is increasingly getting popular these days, especially amongst the younger crowd. Just last year (correct me if I’m wrong), there’s about 5-6 new Peranakan restaurants in Singapore. If you are planning to celebrate Chinese New Year at a posh Peranakan restaurant this year, you might want to consider the beautifully furnished Peranakan Restaurant at Claymore Connect. Helmed by the experienced Chef Raymond Khoo, expect to enjoy an extensive range of delicious ‘mesti-cuba’ (must-try) Peranakan classics handed down by his family. Prices are a tad steep but for the quality you are paying, it’s worth every single penny!

P/s: Good Stuff must share! Click on this link: https://advo.io/DAIhrN to enjoy a $10 voucher!

A very ‘FAT’ and prosperous Lunar New Year at the Peranakan with their special CNY set – Huat Ah! // $68++ per pax, Huat Huat Ah! // $88++ per pax and Huat Huat Huuaat Ah! // $138++ per pax. Treat your family to this sumptuous Peranakan spread (portion is insanely huge) at this nostalgic restaurant.

Here’s what you can expect to see from the $138++ CNY set:

Peranakan Ulam Salmon Yee Sang Istimewa

Superior Bakwan Kepting Soup with Sea Cucumber & Abalone

3 Treasures Delight with Mustard Green Pickles, Prawn Ngoh Hiang, Golden Liver Ngoh Hiang and Spiced Jelly Fish

8 Elements Nasi Ulam with Crispy prosperity Fish Skin & Sambal Timum with Sliced Conch

Ayam Buah Keluak & Keluak Udang

Kaki Babi Pongteh with Roasted Chestnuts

Ikan Goreng (Chuan Chuan OR Chilli Garam) Deep Fried Seabass with Garden of Spring Onions

Sambal Udang Belimbing with Golden Quail Eggs

Fatt Choy Chap Chye with Premium Abalone

Chef’s CNY Imperial Platter w/ Birds Nest

 

 

 

Nearest Mrt Station: Orchard
Location: 442 Orchard Road, Level 2 Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879
What To Order: CNY Set
Restaurant Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 7.5/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

Wei Kai

Wei Kai

Yong Wei Kai
Founder of SgCafeHopping
Documenting Good Food Every Moment
Promoting Singapore’s Food Scene
Loves Travelling & Café-Hopping