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13 Yusheng Delivery To Order For Chinese New Year 2024

17th January 2024

Yusheng delivery this Chinese New Year

Get a headstart on the Chinese New Year celebrations by having your pick from our list of the best yusheng to order this CNY. Many of these offer delivery too!

1. umisushi

Image credit: umisushi

Ring in the Year of the Rabbit with the CNY offerings from umisushi! If you’re celebrating at home, lo hei with the uber-cute umi Huat Huat Yu Sheng ($128.88), beautifully arranged in the shape of a dragon. Alternatively, get the umi Da Ji Yu Sheng ($108.88), arranged to look like the Chinese word 吉 (ji), signifying good luck and fortune. Both yusheng servings come with 18 pieces of fresh Norwegian salmon slices. For smaller parties of six to eight, order the medium-sized umi Prosperity Yu Sheng ($55.88). If you’re hosting up to 12 people, get the large version ($65.88) instead. All yusheng feature the full works: freshly shredded veggies, fresh Norwegian salmon slices, a refreshing plum dressing, as well as pok chui AKA crispy crackers. 

While you’re at it, go all out and treat the fam with the Hana Fortune Sushi Platter ($68.88),  a sushi set with a range of all-time fave combos, including ebiko mayo mini California rolls, California umaki and more.

A minimum order of $60 and delivery fee of $25 applies from 9 February to 12 February. A minimum order of $30 and delivery fee of $18 applies from 16 February to 18 February, and 23 February to 25 February.

Website | Full list of outlets

umisushi is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Carlton Hotel Singapore

best yusheng singapore - carltonImage credit: Carlton Hotel Singapore

Carlton Hotel Singapore’s award-winning Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant delivers a refreshing change from the usual smoked salmon-topped yusheng with their signature Soon Tak Yu Sheng (from $108). Available for dine-in only, this yusheng departs from the usual sweet-sour plum sauce flavour of the classic CNY salad. Instead, the medley of julienned vegetables, from thinly sliced cucumber to spring onion and other fresh herbs, is topped with a mound of sliced hamachi sashimi and finished with a savoury dressing that’s prepared with light soya sauce and sesame oil. Fresh, light, and delicious, this yusheng is a great start to a reunion dinner. 

If it’s home delivery you’re after, Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant has other abundant options for your lou hei. These include the Alaskan Crab Lo Hei (from $198++), topped with chunks of fresh Alaskan crab meat, the Abalone Lo Hei (from $138), where slices of sweet abalone meet fresh, crisp greens, and a Smoked Duck Lo Hei (from $98) for those who want something different from the usual seafood yusheng topping.

Order Carlton Hotel Singapore’s yusheng here.

Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery. 

3. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore

Peach Blossoms - Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng with Crispy Whitebait and Nashi PearImage credit: @parkroyalcollectionmarinabay

Helmed by the award-winning Executive Chinese Chef Edward Chong, Peach Blossoms boasts an exquisite selection of yusheng to usher in the Lunar New Year of the Dragon. All of Peach Blossoms’ yusheng are freshly prepared in-house using premium seasonal ingredients.

Indulge in their specialty yusheng, ranging from Fortune Abalone Yu Sheng (from $128+), Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng with Crispy Whitebait (from $128+), to Prosperity Salmon Yu Sheng ($108+)

Enjoy 20% savings on all items from now until 23 January, and then 15% off from 24 January to 24  February. Place your orders through their website, or visit PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay.

Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 5, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 3pm, 6:30pm to 11pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 1pm, 1:30pm to 3:00pm, 6:30pm to 11pm
Tel: 6845 1118
Peach Blossoms is not a halal-certified eatery. 

4. Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay


Usher in the Year of the Dragon with takeaway specials from Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay. 

Toss to good fortune with the Prosperity Yu Sheng ($68+), featuring thick smoked salmon slices served on a bed of shredded carrots and white radish, drizzled with a zesty yuzu chia seed dressing. For something heartier, there’s the lavish Peranakan-style Yu Sheng ($188+), which comes with baby abalones, shredded sweet potatoes, fried glass noodles, and a tamarind dressing. 


Order the Chinese New Year takeaway bundles or a la carte yu sheng here from now till 21 February. You can collect your orders from 1 February to 24 February.

Get 25% off your order when you use the promo code ‘PARADOX25’.

Address: 20 Merchant Road, Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay, Singapore 058281
Tel: 6239 1847/6239 1848
Paradox Singapore is not a halal-certified eatery.

5.  Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

Holiday Inn CNYImage credit: Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium 

Award-winning Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is well-known for their Cantonese delicacies and dim sum. To celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year, they have release a few yusheng options to tickle your fancy. 

These include their best-selling Xin’s Signature Salmon Yu Sheng (from $98), Sliced 2-head Abalone Yu Sheng (from $128) and Baby Abalone Yu Sheng (from $98+). If you’d like to splurge, enjoy their all-new Boston Lobster and Ikura Yu Sheng with Passion Fruit Sauce (from $268), which comes with lobes of lobster, a zesty passion fruit sauce, and popping ikura pearls.

All these takeaways are available to order with a 15% discount from now till 21 February. Order here.

Address: 317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 1pm, 1:15pm to 3pm
Tel: 3138 2531
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Mimi 秘密

Mimi Prosperity Bak Kwa Salmon Yu Sheng
Image credit: @mimirestaurantsg

Indulge in the Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng ($88+) at modern Chinese restaurant Mimi 秘密 at The Riverhouse, Clarke Quay. The highlight of this particular yusheng is Mimi’s savoury smoked salmon, as well as the tangy house-made dressing that comes with.

That’s not all, because each order also comes with crispy fish skin and candied walnut for crunch! Enjoy free delivery for orders greater than $120.

Place your orders online here.

Mimi 秘密 is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Greenwood Fish Market

greenwood fish market - Yu Sheng with salmon sashimiImage credit: Greenwood Fish Market

Welcome the Year of the Dragon with a seafood feast from Greenwood Fish Market; you know your salmon will definitely be of tip-top quality when you order yusheng from these seafood specialists. So start with a Salmon Yu Sheng ($98+), which comes with a whole 200g of sashimi-grade salmon.

Then, there’s Year of the Dragon Speciality Yu Sheng ($188+), loaded with two whole Boston lobsters! Whichever you pick, you’ll get to dress it with their house-made calamansi-plum sauce. Lastly, zhng up your yusheng with add-ons including Cold Smoked Salmon ($23+), Hokkaido Scallop Sashimi ($48+) and more!

Order your yusheng from Greenwood Fish Market here.

Greenwood Fish Market is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Red House Seafood

red house seafood yusheng
Image credit: Red House Seafood

The Prosperity Salmon & Coral Seaweed Yu Sheng at Red House Seafood comes in two sizes: $74.10+, and $128.60+, which are good to serve four to six, and eight to 10 persons respectively. There’s also an abalone version priced from $106.80+. Get them for takeaway from now till 5 February 2023 when you call their outlets at either The Esplanade or Grand Copthorne Waterfront.

Unlike your usual yusheng, their rendition comes with hand-shredded turnip, deep-fried yam, and pomegranate seeds, along with pieces of coral seaweed and other traditional ingredients. Check out their full CNY 2024 menu here!

These items are available for takeaway from 8 January to 25 February.

Full list of locations
Red House Seafood is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Yuè (乐)

best yusheng singapore - yueImage credit: Yue at Aloft

Yuè (乐), a Chinese restaurant located in Aloft Singapore, has a festive lineup that includes their Prosperity Yusheng (from $68), which comes topped with smoked salmon, scallops, and a sweet and zingy passionfruit sauce. If you’re feeding a large group, let everyone indulge in their Abundance Yu Sheng (from $128), which feeds up to 10. Each yusheng comes with baby abalones, smoked salmon, and scallops, as well as pops of finger limes and the same passionfruit dressing. 

Order Yuè (乐)’s yusheng here.

Yuè (乐) is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Shisen Hanten

shisen hanten - best yusheng singaporeImage credit: Shisen Hanten

One Michelin-starred Shisen Hanten has a wide variety of Chinese New Year takeaways available this year, including the Shisen Hanten Prosperity Salmon Yusheng (from $88). Each yusheng set comes with fresh julienned greens, as well as pieces of salmon, alongside a zesty dragonfruit sauce that’s themed for the Dragon New Year. You can order add-ons, including fish skin and extra salmon, for $18 and $24 respectively. To order, send an email to shisenhanten@ouerestaurants.com or call 6831 6262.

Shisen Hanten is not a halal-certified eatery.

11. Swensens

best yusheng swensensImage credit: Swensens

Swensen’s has some of the most affordable yusheng out there—great if you’re on a budget this CNY. Their standard Prosperity Yusheng is priced from $29.80 for their regular portion, and comes with 18 different ingredients, including smoked salmon, as well as shimeji mushrooms. Those looking to splurge can try their Abalone Prosperity Yusheng ($38.80), which comes with pieces of smoked salmon and a platter of baby abalone pieces to place stop. Do note that Swensen’s only offers yusheng for self-collection at Swensen’s and Earle Swensen’s outlets islandwide.

Order Swensen’s yusheng here.

Swensen’s is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. Ju Xing Home

ju xing home - best yusheng singaporeImage credit: Ju Xing Home

This is the first CNY season for new restaurant Ju Xing Home, and they’ve got you covered with their very own Prosperity Yu Sheng, full of the requisite crisp, julienned veggies. They’ve jazzed it up with purple sweet potato, dried orange peel, melon and more too; accompanying this yusheng is a house-made sauce of fruits and plum for a most appetising combination.

Prices start from $48++ for a portion that’s good for four to six, and from $78++ if you’d like the smoked salmon-topped version. The Smoked Salmon + Abalone Prosperity Yu Sheng is priced from $138++. 

Address: 391 Orchard Road, B2-36A, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Singapore 238872
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 9666 1357
Ju Xing Home is not a halal-certified eatery

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13. Chef Chan’s Private Dine

best yusheng singapore - chef chansImage credit: Chef Chan’s Private Dine

With only two private rooms seating 16 in total, there’s nowhere like Chef Chan’s Private Dine for an intimate, cosy reunion dinner. Their CNY Prosperity Abalone Yusheng this year is available for both dine-in and takeaway, priced at $68++ for a small, and $108++ for a large version. 

Address: 35 Scotts Road, Indocafe, Singapore 228327
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 6737 0895
Chef Chan’s Private Dine is not a halal-certified eatery 

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Featured image adapted from Carlton Hotel Singapore and Ju Xing Home.

This article was brought to you by umisushi, Carlton Hotel Singapore, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay, and Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium.

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