Imperial Feast Fit for a King at Regent Singapore

Imperial Feast Fit for a King at Regent Singapore

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Smoked Salmon Prosperity Toss

Summer Palace Regent Singapore launches their inaugural Imperial Feast Reunion Dinner event, where Executive Chinese Chef Liu Ching Hai and his team will recreate an imperial palace feast in the form of a lavish and unique Chinese New Year semi-buffet spread, held exclusively at the hotel’s Royal Pavilion Ballroom for one-night only on 7 February 2016.

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Sea of Fortune StationSome items available from the ‘Sea of Fortune’ Station

The event kicks off with the customary Yusheng tossing—this year, Summer Palace presents a scrummy, well-balanced Smoked Salmon Yusheng—before they open up their constantly-replenished Peking Duck Corner, ‘Sea of Fortune’, ‘Wealth of Life’, ‘Prosperity Mountain’ stations where you’ll be able to get your fill of premium prosperity dishes.

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Crispy Fish Skin with Salted Egg YolkCrispy Fish Skin with Salted Egg Yolk

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Crispy Mini Bun Served with Chili Crab Meat SauceCrispy Mini Bun Served with Chili Crab Meat Sauce

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Deep-fried Prawn with Mayonnaise and MangoDeep-fried Prawn with Mayonnaise and Mango

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Fried Glutinous Rice with Baby Abalone, Dried Shrimp and Cured MeatFried Glutinous Rice with Baby Abalone, Dried Shrimp and Cured Meat

I’m usually not a fan of glutinous rice, but the Fried Glutinous Rice with Baby Abalone was excellent. Moist, aromatic glutinous rice with just the right bite, gratuitously studded with dried shrimp, cured meat and crowned with a baby abalone. The best part? Unlimited servings.

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Mini Buddha Jump Over the WallMini Buddha Jump Over the Wall

On the Imperial Feast dinner menu, there are also four courses that will be served individually: the Smoked Salmon Yusheng, robust and nourishing Mini Buddha Jumps Over The Wall, the seemingly simple but brilliantly executed Steamed Soon Hock in Light Soya Sauce, and Stewed Ee Fu Noodle with Crab Meat, Shredded Mushroom and Chive.

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Steamed Soon Hock in Light Soya SauceSteamed Soon Hock in Light Soya Sauce

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Stewed Ee Fu Noodle with Crab Meat, Shredded Mushroom and ChivesStewed Ee Fu Noodle with Crab Meat, Shredded Mushroom and Chive

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Roasted Peking Duck Roasted Peking Duck

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Stir-fried Scallops with Broccoli in X.O. SauceStir-fried Scallops with Broccoli in X.O. Sauce

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Pan-fried Traditional Brown Sugar Glutinous Flour CakePan-fried Traditional Brown Sugar Glutinous Flour Cake

Regent Singapore Summer Palace Imperial Feast - Chinese New Year 2016 - Prosperity Jelly

Regent Singapore’s Imperial Feast Reunion Dinner is priced at $138 per person, and takes places at 6.30pm, 7 February 2016.

Chef Liu also has ten other specially crafted Chinese New Year menus (Gold, Prosperity, Fortune, Ru Yi, Peony, Imperial, Jade, Deluxe, Noble and Phoenix), available 25 January to 22 February. Menus are available for tables of 4 to 6 persons with prices ranging from $998 to $3,988.

Address: Level 2, Regent Hotel, 1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249715
Tel: +65 6725 3288
Operating hours: Monday-Saturday 12pm-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm, Sunday 11.30am-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm

Jazpster
Jazpster

What started out as just something fun for Jasper has developed into a passion for food over the years. Always having weird urges to take pictures of other diners’ food, he is used to being forcefully restrained by dining companions, but has yet to have security called on him. Jasper is open to all sorts of cuisines and dishes, and is always on the lookout for a good meal or deal. To him, an ideal restaurant is one that combines good food, friendly service and a warm ambience. "Food is all about the dining experience."

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