Sunday, December 22, 2019

Yan Restaurant @ National Gallery - Heralding A Joyful Lunar New Year


For the upcoming Lunar New Year, Yan Restaurant at National Gallery celebrates the joyful reunions with a bounteous spread of six set menus, ranging from $98++ to $198++ per person, with classic Cantonese fare curated by Head Chef Ng Sen Tio.

Kaleidoscope of Prosperity 'Shun De' Style 4.2/5

For a different style of Yusheng, Yan Cantonese Restaurant offers the Kaleidoscope of Prosperity 'Shun De' Style ($138). It is savoury rather than the usual sweet type. The Shunde-style yusheng presents a mountain of crispy vermicelli adorned with shreds of purple and yellow sweet potatoes, kailan, and pickled ginger. Surrounding it is a vibrant medley of vegetables, crushed peanuts, sesame seeds, and youtiao, as well as slices of fresh yellowtail, and topped with gold flakes and crunchy coils of mee pok.

Double-boiled Peru Maca Soup with Dried Seafood 4.5/5

Lunar New Year feast doesn't mean we can't eat healthily. The Double-boiled Peru Maca Soup with Dried Seafood ($90/$180) is a nourishing soup. The Peru maca is a Peruvian plant reputed for energy boosting and reduces blood pressure. Sea whelk is added to balance the yin of the body.

Sauteed Prawns with Vegetables accompanied with Deep-fried Mango and Scallop Roll 4/5

The Sauteed Prawns with Vegetables accompanied with Deep-fried Mango and Scallop Roll is a 2 in one dish. One gets to enjoy the crunchy prawns and asparagus, as well as the crispy panko crumbs coated sweet mango and scallop roll.

Steamed Star Grouper with Yunnan Preserved Vegetables and Cordyceps Flower 4.2/5

Fish is a must-have during Chinese New Year, symbolising surplus and abundance for the new year. At Yan, the wild-caught Steamed Star Grouper is deboned and served with Yunnan preserved vegetables, fresh cordyceps flowers and chye sim. The seasoning is light but flavourful, allowing the natural sweetness of the fish to shine through.

Yan Harvest Pen Cai 4.5/5

Usher in the year of the Rat with the majestic Yan Harvest Pen Cai ($280/$560). The huge treasure pot comprises of 18 ingredients. There are 6 Head Whole Abalone, Sea Cucumber, Live Prawn, Whole Conpoy, Fish Maw, King Grouper Fillet, Scallops, Roast Pork, Soya Chicken, Roast Duck, Black Mushroom, Yam, Lotus Root, Tianjin Cabbage, Beancurd Skin, Sea Moss, Ginkgo and Broccoli in braised duck gravy. It is available for both dine-in and takeaway.

Pan-Fried Nian Gao 4.2/5

For dessert, Nian Gao is a popular treat during Lunar New Year as the name sounds similar to better and higher achievement for the year ahead. The chef has kept the Pan-Fried Nian Gao simple, lightly pan-fried and coated with toasted grated coconut and crushed peanuts.

Hot Purple Sweet Potato Cream with Bird's Nest, Ginkgo and Mini Glutinous Rice Balls 4/5

For a good chance from the usual mango sago dessert, the Hot Purple Sweet Potato Cream with Bird's Nest, Ginkgo and Mini Glutinous Rice Balls is a well-received by the table.

For those planning to celebrate reunion at the comfort of the home, pre-orders commences on 23 December 2019 to 4 February 2020. Orders for takeaways can be placed at Reservation and enquiries call (65) 6384 5585 or email:

Noted: This is an invited tasting.

Yan Restaurant (宴)
National Gallery Singapore
1 St Andrew's Road
Singapore 178958
Tel: +65 63845585
Nearest MRT: City Hall (EW Line, NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 1130am - 230pm, 6pm - 1030pm

1) Alight at City Hall MRT station. Take Exit D. Turn left and walk down North Bridge Road. Turn left onto Coleman Street. Walk down Coleman Street. Walk to destination. Journey time around 5 minutes. [Map]

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