Red Envelopes and Fantastic Feasts

The Year of the Dog will begin on February 16, 2018; but the celebrations will extend for days before and after the first day of the new lunar year. A wealth of longstanding traditions surround this joyful holiday. People throughout Singapore are planning catered feasts and happy reunions with relatives and friends. Explore some exciting ways to make your Chinese New Year special!

Sights and Sounds

Most Chinese New Year celebrations include plenty of lights, from strings of paper lanterns to twinkle lights, candles, and fireworks. There are plenty of sounds to enjoy as well – traditional and modern music, the ringing of bells, and the voices of loved ones. Be sure to watch a parade or enjoy a traditional lion dance as you celebrate! the River Hongbao starts today! Check it out here – http://www.riverhongbao.sg/

Red Envelopes

Children and young people have an extra reason to look forward to the lunar new year. They can expect to receive red envelopes filled with money, gifted to give them luck throughout the new year. Even parents who can’t include hefty amounts of cash can stuff the envelopes with good wishes and loving sentiments. And modern technology offers a brand-new way for kids to get their New Year cash, thanks to “red envelope” apps available for smartphones. Relatives can gift cash through these apps instead of using paper money.

New Birth

Babies born in the Year of the Dog are likely to share some personality traits with their Chinese astrological animal! Parents of these kids can expect them to grow into serious, responsible workers who communicate well.

Lavish Feasts

Of course, as with any major holiday, there will be food! But you don’t have to slave in the kitchen yourself; instead, call a favourite Singapore catering service to handle everything from the daily lunches and snacks to the big New Year’s Eve feast.

As a top caterer in Singapore, Eatz Catering offers an abundance of menu options, with something for every budget and every palate. Order a Chinese New Year tea reception for large groups of 60-80 guests and serve up favourites like stir-fried Hokkien Mee with chives, lime, and sambal chilli, as well as Prosperity golden lobster balls, shrimp rolls, lychee rose cakes, and other delicacies.

Planning a small party with just a few family members? The Eatz Catering CNY festive mini buffet is the ideal option for groups of 12 or 15 people. The menus feature delicious options like Grandma’s Sambal Prawns, Fusion Seafood Salad, golden fish fillets with sweet-sour sauce, Prosperity kiwi seed jelly with longan and fruit cocktail, and Chinese New Year Lychee Rose Cake.

You can also order must-have New Year dishes like the Paradise Treasure Pot (Peng Cai), filled with delectable ingredients that symbolise wealth and health for the coming year. Honor tradition with Prosperity Wealth Yu Sheng with whole abalone, priced at $73.61 and serving 10-12 guests. Our Singapore catering service also offers show-stopping main dishes like a roast leg of lamb with mushroom sauce, a Chinese roasted duck, baby lobster in black pepper sauce, or a roasted whole chicken.

Easy Ordering

To order a fabulous feast for your family this New Year, contact Eatz Catering right away. Our calendar fills up fast at this time of year, so order online or call us with the details of your order. Either way, you’ll have a memorable and mouthwatering feast to start off the New Year!