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Festive Menus At Hollywood China Bistro & Sam Leong's Forest

rws hollywood china bistro cny pen cai
Abalone, Dried Oysters, Sea Cucumber, Fish Maw, Conpoy, & the list goes on! There're a total of 11 treasures in this pot! Let's usher in the New Year With Hollywood China Bistro's Properity Treasure Bowl "Pen Cai" (金装盆菜) with sizes for 6, 8 & 12 pax. Located right inside Universal Studios Singapore, Hollywood China Bistro is offering prosperity set menus starting from just S$68++ for 2 pax to S$338++ for 10 pax.

rws hollywood china bistro prosperity treasure bowl, abalone
The traditional Treasure Pot is not to be missed with premium ingredients like this Abalone. Flavours are gently coaxed so that every bite into the these delicacies makes a statement! Rating: ★★★★★

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Celebrity Chef Sam Leong has an uncanny ability to take familiar Chinese dishes & transform them into delectable masterpieces. Serving Contemporary Chinese Cuisine, Forest 森 is introducing two reunion set dinners starting from S$168++/pax & a 7-course Reunion Deluxe Tasting Menu @ S$888++/pax.

sam leong forest cny baked alaska king crab
Bursting with flavours is the Baked Alaska King Crab (鱼子辣蛋黄酱焗帝皇蟹). The succulent crabmeat, baked with spicy mayonnaise, is a must-try. Rating: ★★★★☆

sam leong forest cny baked alaska king crab chawanmushi
A triumphant accent of Chawanmushi, a Japanese Egg-custard, drenched with the tasty Alaska King Crab sauce with bits of fish roe, demonstrated remarkable versatility & creativity. Rating: ★★★★★

sam leong forest foie gras pumpkin
Tickle your taste buds with Forest’s Signature Japanese Fragrant Rice with XO Sausage & Pan-seared Foie Gras served in Steamed Yellow Pumpkin (金盅鹅肝腊味蒸饭).

sam leong forest foie gras pumpkin rice
The baked pumpkin brought out the squash's inherent sweetness & the Chinese sausage added a perky fragrant touch to the dish, stealing the limelight from the ever popular Foie Gras. Rating: ★★★★★

rws sam leong forest delight
To end of the meal, tuck into the delectable Forest Delight (“森” 精选甜品) for a sweet finale. The duo comprises of a Chocolate Ganache with Orange Sorbet & the refreshing Lemongrass Pomela Dessert. Rating: ★★★★☆

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For more festive menus, check out CNY Goodies & Lo Hei At Feng Shui Inn (风水廷), Resorts World Sentosa!

Forest森
Equarius Hotel™, Level 1
Resort World Sentosa
Singapore
Tel: +65 6577 7788

42 comments:

  1. OMigosh....yum yum yum......everything so yummylicious. The Japanese Fragrant Rice with XO Sausage & Pan-seared Foie Gras served in Steamed Yellow Pumpkin is very special. I have never see it before

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    1. Kathy, I wanna make the Pumpkin Rice....... if only I could find these cute little pumpkins.....

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  2. How luxurious! I love a bite of everything.

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    1. Trishie, hahaha! Have a lovely week, sweetie!

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  3. Hehehe...met Sam Leong last weekend! Attended his cooking demo and had a darn long chat with him (he's quite chatty...)

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    1. missyblurkit, I love his cooking shows! It was fab mtg him in person :)

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  4. If I'm ever in Singapore I will definitely go there! YUM!!! =)

    Ergo-Blog

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    1. Chloe, be sure to kiv this & chk out the place!

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  5. this is really , really, really a luxurious meal!!! Happy Chinese New Year, Shirley mama!!! ;DDDD

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    1. Eunice, love the food in these two restaurants! Happy CNY, sweetie!

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  6. I would definitely go for the "Pen Cai" if I were in Singapore.. :)) The food here look so exotic, Shirley!

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    1. Reana, the Pen Cai is real tasty. Not too salty unlike some :)

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  7. These dishes look divine and so perfect to celebrate the upcoming CNY! I wish so much I'm in Asia now. Hm....I wonder if any Restaurant in USA would make this.

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    1. Amy, these are just perfect for the festive occasion! Thks for visiting & it's great having u here!

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  8. Oops! Sorry, i'm drooling..... all over your blog. LOL! The pengcai....yummy yummy! The alaska king crab really looks too good to miss..... oh, the rice in the pumpkin... so pretty......

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    1. DS, hahaha! U're so cute! Don't dirty my post ah! Lol! Thks, dear!

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  9. What a yummy feast my friend full of colour :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Uru, I'm glad you've enjoyed the tour :)

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  10. Yummy yummy you really made me hungry <3
    xo

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    1. Mira, hahaha! Thks for visiting & it's awesome having u here!

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  11. The Japanese Fragrant Rice with XO Sausage & Pan-seared Foie Gras served in Steamed Yellow Pumpkin is so unique and I think is yummy too, am I right?

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    1. WM, too yummy till I'm thinking of replicating for this reunion dinner. I hope I can find these mini pumpkins.....

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  12. Foods food looks absolutely delicious Shirley! Very tasty indeed.

    I could do with some of that delicious Chinese banquet!

    Followed you on pinterest my darling x

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    1. Hamilton, hahaha! I'd love to have more too. Thks, dear!

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  13. wow, so luxury~ the snake food was creative too~ haha

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    1. ML, caught your attention too, huh?? Hahaha!

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  14. Oooo this looks delicious. Are you getting ready for new year yet?? My dad is going to Taiwan this week to celebrate.

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    1. Bess, I've already started baking Pineapple Tarts! R u joining him too? Have fun!

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  15. What a feast! Love all the delicious options...it must be wonderful to taste all these delicacies :)

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    1. Liz, I'm still salivating over the dishes. Lol!

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  16. I know how expensive abalone can be but not my fav. I am drooling over the pumpkin rice and its so creative way of cooking and presenting. Oooph!!!! also the crab.

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    1. Nava, r u having the same thoughts of recreating the rice?? Heehee!

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  17. 68$ is consider cheaper for two people :) :)
    seriously the food makes me hungry.damned hungry since i am on diet now.

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    1. Alexa, totally agree! That's a real treat :)

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  18. Shirley, the presentations are so artful and appealing. What a lovely dinner... what a YUMMY dinner!

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    1. Kim, love the plating! Wish u were there......

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  19. I swear, your food photos always make me so hungry! Everything always looks to good :)

    Sylvia
    www.sylvialovespink.com

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    1. Sylvia, thks so much for your lovely note! Have a good week, my dear!

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  20. Hi Shirley, very delectable and luscious menus. I love the dried oyster and scallop, yummy.
    The pumpkin rice look interesting,would love to try this.
    Excellent click!

    Have a nice day.

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    1. Amelia, definitely love to try making the rice.......

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    1. Pepper, have u been to any of Sam Leong's restaurants?

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