Tóng Lè Private Dining presents to you an Auspicious Luncheon.
Let us celebrate this Chinese New Year with Chinese Fine Cuisine!!
You get to enjoy the beautiful structures of Fullerton, Marina Bay Sands, Marina Bay River and the blue sky while enjoying your meal.
Tóng Lè Private Dining is located just above OUE Tower across Fullerton Bay Hotel.
~Pop Your Own Champagne~
Corkage Charges Apply.
Check out what the Chef has prepared for this season and the inspiration behind them all!
Yellow Tail and Tuna ‘Lo Hei’
Blue Fin Tuna, Lobster, Geoduck Clam and Yellow Tail ‘Lo Hei’ Option Is Available too
Tóng Lè Private Dining’s version of Yu Sheng entails raspberry ginger dressing, making this Chinese New Year salad a healthier version. With a pleasant balance of citrus and sweetness, it gives a great start before commencing to the rest of your dishes.
Braised Cave Bird’s Nest with Crab Meat and Bamboo Piths in Minced Chicken Broth
Keeping the Year of the Rooster in mind, the chef made minced chicken broth as a complement for the other goodness. The smoothness of the soup signifies a good and smooth sailing year ahead.
Steamed Wild Fish with Homemade Black Bean Paste
No Chinese New Year meal is complete without fish. Signifying surplus, this wild fish complemented with Black Bean Dace makes an incomparable pair.
Braised Abalone, Sea Cucumber and Pork Tendon in Abalone Jus
Through the use of three superior Chinese ingredients, this creation signifies prosperity; all served on a golden plate. So far this is the only sauce that is so savoury and flavourful. Make your experience more shiok by adding some chili padi into the sauce while having it.
Enjoy the Paranormal 360-Degree Rotating View.
Take a Break. Enjoy a Glass of Red Wine.
Pan-fried Lobster served with Glutinous Rice and Preserved Meat
The preserved meat, being one of the must-eat ingredients during Chinese New Year; paired with the stickiness of glutinous rice, symbolises the closeness of relationships with family and friends.
Chilled Peach Purée with Pomelo and Sago
Replacing the usual mango purée with peach purée – which also signifies longevity, the chef wishes to create a unique tanginess with less sweetness to this common Chinese dessert. Served test tubes, you may have the purée by itself, or mix it with pomelo, sago, basil seed and mango sorbet.
May Everyone Have a Prosperous and a Healthy Rooster Year! Huat Ah!!
**The Chinese New Year Menu is available until 11 February 2017.
Tong Le Private Dining
60 Collyer Quay
OUE Tower Level 8 & 10
Contact: 6634 3233 (By reservations only, no walk-ins)
11.30am-3pm, 6-11pm, Closed on Sun
Dress Code: Smart Casual. No tees, berms, shorts, sandals, slippers.
Note: Children under 10 not allowed, except on Sat and PH.