Restaurants for Lo Hei and Tossing Yu Sheng

Restaurants for Lo Hei

“Lo Hei”, Cantonese for “tossing up good fortune”, is a Chinese New Year ritual adopted in Singapore with relish. The tossing of yu sheng with saying of auspicious phrases has become very much a part of office lunar new year celebrations. Here are some ideas and interesting suggestions for the office lo hei during CNY 2019 – restaurants for lo hei where tossing yu sheng can be memorable.

Restaurants for Lo Hei
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Lim Chee Guan Prized Bak Kwa for CNY

Lim Chee Guan Price

4 February 2019: In case you are wondering why there is no queue at Lim Chee Guan outlets, it is because they are closed for CNY and will re-open on 10 February 2019.


You know Chinese New Year is near when you see long queues at Lim Chee Guan bak kwa outlets. The familiar long lines of people waiting patiently to buy the prized festive commodity have returned. How precious is the BBQ savoury sweetmeat? Well, the Lim Chee Guan price for its Signature Sliced Pork Bak Kwa is now $58.00 per kg; and you can expect the price to increase as CNY gets closer.

Lim Chee Guan
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Chinese New Year 2019 – Where to Eat in Singapore

Colony at The Ritz-Carlton Singapore

Chinese New Year falls on Tuesday 5 February 2019 and Wednesday 6 February will also be a public holiday. While many Chinese restaurants in Singapore will give their staff a well deserved break during the season of celebration, there is still a fairly exciting range of restaurants that will be open during the Chinese New Year holidays. Here is a list of restaurants where it will be business as usual so that you need hot have to worry about where to eat in Singapore during the Lunar New Year.

Chinese New Year 2019 - Chinatown

See also later post – Restaurants for Lo Hei and Tossing Yu Sheng.

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New Restaurants for Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner 2019

Qi - House Of Sichuan

The lunar year of the pig will begin on Tuesday 5 February 2019. The family reunion dinner is one of the most important highlights of Chinese new year celebrations. So plan early for the Chinese new year eve (chuxi) reunion dinner. If you are having a reunion dinner in a restaurant instead of at home, you may want to try one of the new restaurants opened recently instead of revisiting the same old venues. Here is a list of new restaurants for Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner 2019.

New Restaurants for Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner 2019
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New Year’s Eve Dinner – Where to eat in Singapore on the last night of 2018

il Cielo New Year's Eve menu

The proper Singaporean way to welcome 2019 is to have a good satisfying meal on the last night of 2018. Many hotels and restaurants in Singapore are planning exciting and extravagant New Year’s Eve dinner celebrations. A number of the venues will allow you to get a view of the New Year’s Eve (NYE) fireworks which will be part of the Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2019. Here are a few great places to eat in Singapore on the last night of 2018.

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