Yan welcomes the Year of the Rabbit with a lavish spread of festive delights ranging from set menus, auspicious a la carte dishes, and festive treats for dine-in and takeaway. From 1 January to 5 February 2023, Yan is offering six (6) dine-in set menus from S$128.00++ to S$268.00++ per person. For takeaway via delivery and self-collection, Yan’s signature Harvest Pen Cai abounds with premium symbolic ingredients are available as well.
For convivial reunions at home, a delectable six-course menu featuring classic Cantonese fare is available from now to 5 February 2023.
Here are highlights dishes from the New Year menus:
Kaleidoscope of Prosperity Yu Sheng in ‘Shun De’ Style with Yellowtail Slices – from S$92.00++We kick start with Yan’s signature ‘Shun De’ style yusheng presented a spectacular mountain of fried vermicelli, topped with shredded purple and yellow sweet potatoes, crispy shredded conpoy, and golden flakes. The base is a ring of vibrant vegetables, pickled ginger, crushed peanuts, sesame seeds, youtiao, as well as the slices of fresh yellowtail fish. The fish is served with cherry tomatoes carved into rabbits, an endearing nod to the zodiac.
This yusheng is available for dine-in only for certain set menu.
Double-boiled Six-head Whole Abalone with Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber and Shredded Conpoy
Luxurious double-boiled soup inspired by the classic Buddha Jumps Over the Wall highlights the aroma of hua tiao wine with chicken broth and a myriad of premium delicacies such as fish maw and sea cucumber. A portion of hua tiao wine is served on the side, offering another layer of fragrance to the dish when diners add the condiment into the broth. I would suggest trying the broth first to have a taste of it before adding it for an elevated flavour.
Roasted Duck with Spices and Truffle Oil
Unconventional way of showcasing the roast duck that boasts the well-loved flavours of Chinese grilled skewers-cumin seeds, five spice powder and fennel seeds. Roasted with truffle oil, the duck is served with an aromatic condiment of truffle paste and truffle oil. Umami indeed!
Wok-fried Pork Ribs with White Sesame in Sweet and Sour Sauce
The pork ribs are marinated and fried before dousing in a sweet and sour sauce.Delicate balance of sweet and sour sauce with juicy tender pork-ribs.
Stewed Ee-Fu Noodles with Live Prawns and Cheese
Savour noodles dishes that bear well-wishes of longevity. Recurring delicacy at Chinese banquets and special events is improvised with delightful spongy, chewy texture of the noodles as well as cheesy sauce. Surprisingly the cheese is not overpowering the whole dish, which makes this dish is well-received during the dinner session.
Steamed Red Date Cake with Gold Flakes & Chilled Peach Gum with Mini Glutinous Rice Balls, Apple, Honey, Pineapple, Chia Seeds, Pear, Barley, and Dried Raisins
For a sweet finish, we had the Steamed Red Date Cake which symbolize of good fortune and prosperity. We also had the Chilled Peach Gum showcases sweet, fermented rice paired with a medley of toppings. The pineapple is added in to signify wealth and good luck.
Apart from the set menus, Yan also presents an array of goodies such as Pineapple Tarts S$28.80+ for 450g , house-made Crispy Caramelized Walnuts S$28.80 for 300g and Prosperity Nian Gao S$22.00+ for 700g. Enjoy the signature Yan XO Spicy Sauce S$23.80+ for 200g.
Takeaway via Self-collection and delivery is available to order via e-store.
Note: No minimum order for delivery. S$25 nett for delivery to one location.
No delivery on 21 January 2023. All takeaway items are available for self-collection only from 11:00AM to 3:00PM
PROMO: Enjoy 15% discount for takeaway orders of Lunar New Year Reunion at Home Family and Harvest Pen Cai.
Yan Cantonese Cuisine
Address: #05-02 National Gallery Singapore
1 St. Andrew’s Road
Tel: +65 6384 5585
Operating Hours: Daily
Lunch 11:30AM – 2:30PM
Dinner 6:00PM – 10:30PM