If you’re searching for a celebratory excursion this festive season, out of Singapore’s bustling city, with a gastronomic reward at the end of the journey, Resorts World Sentosa beckons.

Resorts World Sentosa will be presenting a slew of festive offerings at two of its dining destinations favoured for Chinese cuisine: Feng Shui Inn and Forestę£®.

Salmon and Mackerel ‘Lo Hei’ served with Italy Balsamic Vinegar or Mint Dressing ($128 per order; available for dine-in only)

Over at the grand and admirable Feng Shui Inn, Chef Li Kwok Kwong has given the customary Yu Sheng a stunning makeover.

This new majestic creation, fit for a king, is painstakingly plated to form the shape of a horse, symbolising ‘galloping towards a bright future’, accompanied by a garden of refreshing flavours, encompassing fresh salmon cubes, crispy-skinned mackerel and silver fish as well as strips of bak kwa. The ingredients are then drizzled with a choice of Italian balsamic vinegar or mint dressing for an invigorating touch.

For a fruity vegetarian version, try the Mixed fruits and Water Chestunts ‘Lo Hei ($38 for 3-6 pax/$68 for 7-10 pax) that comes with mango slices, honeydew, dragonfruit, rose apples and a generous portion of water chestnuts drizzled with homemade strawberry sauce.

Sautéed Grouper Fillet with Fish Roe

Palatial dishes such as the Braised Supreme Imperial bird’s Nest with Abalone Sauce and Organic Shredded Potato and the Sautéed Grouper Fillet topped with Fish Roe and Asparagus Shoots are available as a la carte dishes or part of a luxurious 8-course spread, starting from $1119++ for a table of 6 persons to $1688++ for a table of 10 persons.

Braised New Year 8 Treasures Pen Cai

The Braised New Year 8 Treasures Pen Cai, brimming with extravagant ingredients, is nothing short of spectacular.

Festive menus at Feng Shui Inn are available from 20 January to 14 February 2014.

Homemade Golden Ingot Pineapple Pastry with 8 Mini Ingots ($88 per box)

Feng Shui Inn’s festive takeaway goodies and hamper set are great gifts for the ones who deserve high respect. What will most impress is the mega-size edible golden ingot that enchases 8 mini ingots, which are essentially buttery pastry filled with fibrous pineapple paste.

Smash the mega-sized ingot to reveal the mini ingots.

Feng Shui Inn’s festive hamper set includes dry abalone, Grand AA bird;s nest, a can of abalone, a miniature bottle of Chinese wine, wild bamboo pith, premium Taiwan tea and Feng Shui Inn’s premium homemade cookies.

Other takeaway goodies include Crispy Butter Flake Cookies ($38 per box), Homemade Premium Walnuts Cookies ($38 per box), Steamed Yam and Carrot Cake topped with Golden Flakes ($68 per portion) and Coconut Cream and Water Chestnut Cake ($68 per portion).

All festive goodies are available at Feng Shui Inn, Crockfords Tower for takeaways from 10 January to 14 February 2014, 11am to 10pm daily.

Chilled Coconut Jello with Aloe Vera and Black Pearls served in Young Coconut

Forestę£®, a much-loved dining destination at Resorts World Sentosa, will also be rolling out festive menus from 18 January to 14 February 2014.

Two 5-course reunion set lunch menus are available during the festive period, priced from $68++ to $88++ per person. Dishes include Double Boiled Pork Shank Soup with Snow Fungus, Conpoy and Chinese Herbs, Japanese Fragrant Rice with XO Sausages and Pan-Seared Foie Gras served in Steamed Yellow Pumpkin, and Braised Four Treasures Soup filled with Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Crabmeat and Conpoy. All set lunch menus include the Salmon Fruit Vegetables Yu Sheng.

Baked Japanese Pearl Rice with Seafood and Cheese served in Young Coconut

Three 6-course set dinner menus are also available, priced from $178++ per person to $388++ per person. Highlights include Drunken Canadian Geoduck Clam, Braised Superlative Imperial Bird’s Nest with Crabmeat and Crab Roe, Braised Sea Treasure (6 head abalone, sea cucumber, fish maw, dried oyster, bailing mushroom, bean gluten, conpoy and black moss), and Steamed Marble Goby and Jamon Serrano Ham with Chinese Wine.

Baked Japanese Pearl Rice with Seafood and Cheese served in Young Coconut

Comfort food is spotted amidst the Lunar New Year delights. The Baked Japanese Pearl Rice with Seafood and Cheese served in Young Coconut makes an unexpected appearance in the festive menu, but undoubtedly warmly welcomed by ravenous appetites. Plump Japanese rice, tossed with a generous helping of seafood, doused in melty cheese, baked to an ultimately satisfying peak.

Braised Superlative Imperial Birdnest with Crabmeat and Crab Roe

The Braised Superlative Imperial Birdnest with Crabmeat and Crab Roe is a definitive beguilement. The tasty broth proves an exceptional foil for the opulent textures of bird’s nest, crabmeat and crabroe.

For reservations, call (65) 6577 6688.

For more information, visit rwsentosa.com.

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