Toss to Good Luck With These Yusheng Platters to Try in SG
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Toss to Good Luck With These Special Yusheng Platters to Try in Singapore

Toss to Good Luck With These Special Yusheng Platters to Try in Singapore

Celebrating Chinese New Year may be a little less upbeat today than it was prior to the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean our wealth of traditions during this most celebrated time of the year should take the back seat. And if there’s one thing that shouldn’t be missing in a Singaporean household while ushering in the new year, it’s yusheng.

Also known as “Prosperity Toss,” this Cantonese-style raw fish salad dominates our festive tables, inviting good luck and abundance for the year ahead. There are last-minute options that you can get from the shelves, but if you’re willing to splurge a bit, we recommend these unique and special platters for a toss to good fortune!

Artemis Grill and Sky Bar

Welcome the Year of the Tiger atop a rooftop while overlooking the Marina Bay at Artemis Grill and Sky Bar. They are offering a Yusheng Prosperity Toss set consisting of cured salmon and ikura caviar, pickled wakame, red cabbage, carrot, sesame, peanut, daikon radish, and tapioca cracker topped with gold leaves. For a more luxurious experience, upgrade your set with Hamachi and Boston lobster.

Artemis’ Yusheng Prosperity Toss sets are freshly prepared so place your orders at least a day in advance. A regular set costs S$68 and is good for three to four people, while a premium set costs S$138 and serves four to five. This special offer is available from Jan. 18-Feb. 11 (Artemis is closed from Jan. 31-Feb. 2)


Crown Plaza Changi Airport

Bring in good luck as the brand-new year unfolds with Crown Plaza Changi Airport’s prosperity yusheng. Delightfully designed like a tiger, the platters come in three choices: Fortune Abalone Yusheng, Harmony Salmon Yusheng, and the vegetarian-friendly Happiness “Tiger Prawn” Plant-Based Yusheng. One set caters up to six people, with prices starting at S$83.46. Crown Plaza Changi Airport is also offering a 25% discount on its Chinese New Year takeaways when you use the code CNY25.

Regent Singapore’s Summer Palace

Michelin-starred restaurant Summer Palace is adding an Italian twist to prosperity toss with its Yusheng by Basilico set. This fresh take on a traditional dish consists of young asparagus, porcini mushrooms, and baby scallops. You have until Feb. 15 to order this set, which is priced at S$138 each.



You’ll be spoiled for choice at Umisushi, a favourite go-to when it comes to yusheng platters in Singapore. For something affordable that can cater to a family of six to eight, go for the medium-sized Umi Prosperity Yusheng (S$49.88) that comes with 12 pieces of salmon slices. If you want to splurge, we recommend their Bountiful Prosperity Bundle, which comes with a sushi platter, a prosperity toss designed like a tiger, and 18 pieces of salmon slices for S$199.88.

If you’re ordering for Jan. 31-Feb. 2, a delivery fee of S$15 applies.

Crystal Jade

Another yusheng platter to try in Singapore is Crystal Jade’s, especially if you want to avoid the crowd and want to welcome the roaring Year of the Tiger in the comforts of your home. You’ll be treated to a mix of Japanese pickled sweet ginger, red dragonfruit, yam strips, beehoon, pickled sweet ginger, dried yuzu peel, and pickled cucumbers when you order their Opulence Three-Head Abalone Yusheng—all decorated with edible gold leaves and topped with ikura and jellyfish. Aside from prosperity toss platters, Crystal Jade offers a flurry of other CNY specials like the Abundance Abalone Treasure Pot and Stir-Fried Prawn With Celery and Walnut.


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