[email protected] Tosses Up Good Fortune This Lunar New Year

Celebrate the Year of the Dog with family, friends and colleagues in style at [email protected], Singapore’s only restaurant serving up Japanese, French and Chinese cuisines.

For diners ushering good fortune with family and clients during the day, the signature [email protected] Lo Hei will be prepared fresh each day.

The restaurant’s interpretation of Yu Sheng retains the traditional ingredients and the labyrinth of textures and flavours is elevated by the vibrant medley of fresh Salmon Trout Sashimi, Hokkigai (Surf Clam) and Hokkaido Ikura topped with shavings of Black Winter Truffles. The [email protected] Yu Sheng is available till 3rd March at S$98++ for up to 4 pax and S$188++ for up to 8pax.

Six-Course Lunar New Year Chef’s Tasting Menu

Also till the 3rd of March, Chef Sam has created a special menu to bask in the Lunar New Year festivities, perfect for diners hosting clients.

The kitchen’s elegance and personality is reflected in the selection featuring dishes from all three of its kitchens – Japanese, French and Chinese.

Highlights from the Chinese kitchen include mains such as the Treasure Pouch (braised oyster & fish maw soup, black moss, bean curd skin with vibrant Chinese mustard green), the Imperial Lobster (spiny rock lobster, topped with crispy spiced garlic) and New Zealand Abalone (with superior soy braised chicken, flower mushroom and Jinhua ham and asparagus).

The six-course menu with the Amuse Bouche and Petit Fours is priced at $128++. Wine pairing for additional $68++ is also available.

Reservations are now open and can be made at http://me-oue.com.

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