Welcoming the Year of the Monkey at the Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Christmas is just round the corner but the Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy has already put together an extensive selection of exquisite set menus, takeaways and delicious goodies for the upcoming Lunar New Year 2016 celebrations. 

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 Jia Wei Treasure Pot “Pen Cai” | Photo Credit: Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Jia Wei Treasure Pot “Pen Cai” | Photo Credit: Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Integral to every Chinese New Year celebration is Yu Sheng (a festive salad for good luck and good fortune) and an over-indulging Pen Cai which consists of premium ingredients (e.g. abalone, scallops, prawns, oysters and mushrooms) which are cooked in a deliciously rich broth. Other signature dishes include the "Buddha Jump Over the Wall" and the Jia Wei Roasted Duck by Master Chef Victor Lee. 

 Baked Pig Trotter in Golden Ingot | Photo Credit: Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Baked Pig Trotter in Golden Ingot | Photo Credit: Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Another signature creation of Chef Victor at Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant (Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy) is the Baked Pig Trotter in Golden Ingot. This prized ingredient is cooked slowly and thoroughly with 8 Head Abalone alongside an assortment of seasonal vegetables in a signature sauce. To impress you further, Chef Victor places all these ingredients into a golden ingot-shaped salt case which is then broken open when served to the table. 

 Lunar New Year Cookies | Photo Credit: Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Lunar New Year Cookies | Photo Credit: Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Extend the festivities outside of the Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy by taking home some of the handmade creations by Head Chef Lester Wang: 

  • Pineapple tarts
  • Kueh Bahulu
  • Fragrance Honey Bee Hive
  • Mocha cookies
  • Blueberry cookies