As the Year of the Monkey draws near, this grand dame on Scotts Road welcomes all to feast joyously on its 2016 range of sweet and savoury delights that will make a much-awaited comeback. The Chinese culinary teams have also created new ‘Yu Sheng’ platters – Crispy Salmon Skin ‘Lo Hei’, Fruity ‘Lo Hei’ with Bacon and White Truffle Oil and Crispy Silver Bait Fish with Mock Tuna ‘Lo Hei’ – that are great for those who prefer to enjoy their ‘Yu Sheng’ without raw fish.

The talented pastry team has crafted a gorgeous collection of Lunar New Year Goodies that includes the Auspicious Blessings and Wealth of Opportunities cakes. New and decadent savoury Prosperity Specials include ‘Gong Xi Fa Cai’ – a luxurious salt-crusted delight teeming with only the best ingredients; Braised Whole Chicken with Sea Treasures in Claypot; and Braised Pork Spare Ribs with Sea Treasures in Claypot. 

The Lunar New Year Goodies will be available from the hotel’s Deli, while Prosperity Specials, a selection of ‘Yu Sheng’ as well as dine-in à la carte and set menus will be available at Min Jiang (Goodwood Park Hotel) and Min Jiang at One-North (No. 5 Rochester Park) for lunch and dinner. The impressive Windsor Ballroom is also available for guests who wish to celebrate reunion dinner in grand style.

Guests can contact Min Jiang岷江川菜馆 at (65) 6730 1704 / email: min_jiang@goodwoodparkhotel.com, Min Jiang at One-North 岷江在纬壹 at (65) 6774 0122 / email: mj1n@goodwoodparkhotel.com, and the Deli at (65) 6730 1786 / email: deli@goodwoodparkhotel.com to place reservations or takeaway orders. Alternatively, guests may also visit festivepromotions.goodwoodparkhotel.com for online takeaway orders. Availability for all Lunar New Year specials is from 21 January to 22 February 2016. Advance order of three working days is required for takeaways and the last order date is 19 February 2016 at 12 noon.

A special English Afternoon tea spread showcasing favourite classics and Lunar New Year offerings will also be available at the intimate high tea destination, L’Espresso from 5 to 9 February 2016. A Prosperity Room Package is also available for those seeking respite from hectic festivities. 

Available at Min Jiang and Min Jiang at One-North.
Prices stated for Prosperity Specials are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST for dine-in, or 7% GST for takeaway.

Crispy Salmon Skin ‘Lo Hei’
 酥炸龙袍捞起 | $118 – large
(Dine-in and takeaway at Min Jiang)


An ideal choice for those who eschew raw fish, this work of art
by Master Chef Chan Hwan Kee (曾繁基) of Min Jiang is every bit as delightful, with an abundance of fresh, crunchy vegetables such as sweet romaine hearts, yellow frisée, wild arugula, baby radish, purple cabbage, carrots as well as orange peel and jellyfish, along with the star – homemade crispy salmon skin. Enhancing the dish with an addictive crunch, these tasty gems are complemented by fragrant ‘pok chui’ (crispy golden ‘pillows’), ground peanuts, sesame seeds and pine nuts. Adding to the visual feast is a hand drawn adorable monkey grasping a mandarin orange, as an ode to the Year of the Monkey. A homemade tangy-sweet plum-based sauce is used to complete the creation.

Fruity ‘Lo Hei’ with Bacon and White Truffle Oil 
松露油培根水果捞起 | $78 – small / $128 – large  (Dine-in only at Min Jiang at One-North)
Begin the year on an invigorating note with this luxe fruit salad flourishing with pops of colour and pristine flavours by Master Chef Goh Chee Kong (吴志光 ) of Min Jiang at One-North.
Pretty julienne slices of mango, rock melon, Japanese cucumber, and strawberries surround a generous portion of romaine, mixed lettuce, baby radish, carrot and radish strips.
Delectable crisp bacon strips as well as deep-fried yam and
potato slivers add an earthy depth of flavour while a dressing made with plum sauce, mixed fruits and white truffle oil lends uniqueness to the dish – especially while tossing – as the incomparable fragrance wafts over the table. 
Crispy Silver Bait Fish with Mock Tuna ‘Lo Hei’
 酥炸银鱼配搭素鲔鱼捞起 | $128 – large 
(Dine-in only at Min Jiang)
Replacing the raw fish in this dish are compressed watermelon slices with a texture and deep red colour akin to raw tuna. These refreshing pieces are complemented by deep-fried silver bait fish, 'taro' and sweet potato crisps for contrasting flavour and texture. The dish is completed with mesclun greens, shredded red and white carrots, flying fish roe, ‘wasabi ebiko’ (prawn roe), seaweed, French chives, Buddha’s hand citron, jellyfish, pomelo as well as chef’s secret sweet sauce and lime juice.
Gong Xi Fa Cai’
 | $298 for eight persons  
(Dine-in and takeaway at Min Jiang)

Inspired by a game that is particularly enjoyed during Lunar New Year, Master Chef Chan Hwan Kee has handcrafted a flawless replica of a mahjong tile emblazoned with the Chinese word for good fortune – 發– made entirely with salt. Guests are invited to ‘release’ the fortune by breaking open the
salt crust with a mallet (Chef recommends adding in a sprightly shout of “Huat ah!” at the same time), then feasting on the delicious treasures within. Pig’s trotter which has been braised for four hours, is wrapped in a salt crust along with Australian 6-head abalones, dried scallops, flower mushrooms and ‘fa cai’ (black moss), before the entire package is baked further for one and a half hours, resulting in a flavourful finish. 
Braised Whole Chicken with Sea Treasures in Claypot
富贵金鲍鸡煲| $248 for six persons   (Dine-in and takeaway at Min Jiang)
Tuck into a pot of mouthwatering goodness. A whole spring chicken is flash-fried, then braised for one hour, while Australian 10-head abalones, dried oysters, flower mushrooms, dried scallops, white radish, ‘fa cai’ (black moss) and gluten puffs stuffed with minced pork and prawn paste are separately cooked. All ingredients are further braised for 45 minutes before serving. The claypot is included for takeaways. 
Braised Pork Spare Ribs with Sea Treasures in Claypot
金鲍腩排海味锅| $248 for six persons
(Dine-in and takeaway at Min Jiang at One-North)
A hunk of pork spare ribs is first flash-fried, seasoned with garlic and spring onions, lovingly braised for two hours bone-in, then deboned and steamed for a further three hours for intense flavour and tenderness. In the meantime, Australian 8-head abalones, sea cucumber, dried oysters, dried scallops, flower mushrooms, ‘fa cai’ (black moss) and Tianjin cabbage are cooked separately. All ingredients are combined before serving, making it a delightfully decadent dish perfect for the festive table. The claypot is included for takeaways.
Festive Appetiser Takeaway Platter
 五福拼盘| $108 for six to eight persons
(Takeaway only at Min Jiang)
For hosts with the most, this beautifully presented takeaway platter brings flair to any gathering. It comprises five delicious bites of drunken chicken roll, deep-fried prawns coated with salted egg yolk, deep-fried ‘ngoh hiang’, sautéed Kurobuta pork loin with coffee sauce and marinated jellyfish. 

Available for takeaway at the Deli
Takeaway prices stated for Lunar New Year Goodies are subject to 7% GST.
Auspicious Blessings cake
 福气 满溢 | $88, 1kg
Fashioned from earl grey butter cake and icing to the likeness of a mandarin orange carrier bag, this pretty handmade creation by Pastry Chef Joe Tan and his team makes a lovely gift for the season. Milk chocolate ‘gold coins’ and a pair of handmade orange-chocolate ‘mandarin oranges’ are daintily propped on top, to symbolise blessings of wealth and good luck.
Wealth of Opportunities cake
招 财 金蒜 | $88, 1kg

Resplendently glowing in gold is this scrumptious homemade chocolate marble cake handcrafted into the shape of a large garlic. The golden garlic is said to bring fortune and good opportunities according to Chinese ‘feng shui’. 
Sweet Potato Chips | $24.80 per jar 
Freshly handmade by the hotel’s chefs, these wafer-thin sweet snacks are simply irresistible.
Available for dine-in and takeaway at Min Jiang and Min Jiang at One-North
Prices stated for Prosperity Signatures are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST for dine-in, or 7% GST for takeaway.
Prosperity ‘Fa Cai’ 8 Treasures Duck
发财  八宝葫芦 鸭 | $188 for eight to ten persons
Introduced in 2009 by Master Chef Goh Chee Kong from Min Jiang at One-North, this popular one-pot delicacy comprises boneless duck stuffed with ‘eight treasures’; ‘ling zhi’ mushrooms, flower mushrooms, sea cucumber, dried scallops, euryale seeds (芡实 ), black moss, fresh chestnuts and water chestnuts.
Claypot Reunion Rice
  五谷丰收  庆团圆 砂 煲 腊味 饭 | $78 for four to six persons, $118 for eight to ten persons
This Cantonese specialty crowned with an enticing selection of preserved Chinese pork sausages, liver, waxed duck leg and succulent pork belly is a choice pick for reunion dinner.
Prosperity Sea Treasures in Wooden Pot (‘pen cai’)
福贵  木 盆菜 | $368 for six persons
This quintessential dish is an indulgent ‘melting pot’ of top-grade ingredients such as whole Australian abalones, Min Jiang’s homemade roast pork, fresh scallops, ‘live’ prawns, fish maw, sea cucumber, dried oysters, flower mushrooms, Tianjin cabbage and black moss.
Prices stated for Lunar New Year Goodies are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST for dine-in, or 7% GST for takeaway.
Durian ‘Nian Gao’ Roll
榴梿年糕卷| $28 for two rolls (takeaway), 18 for six slices (dine-in)
(Dine-in and takeaway at Min Jiang and Min Jiang at One-North) 
Fans of the thorny fruit can rejoice with the return of last year’s favourite treat made with luscious D24 durian paste embraced by layers of divine gula Melaka-infused ‘nian gao’ and sprinkled with coconut flakes.
Duo of Prosperity Fish (Mango with Pomelo and Sago & 
Durian Pudding) | $108 for ten persons (Takeaway at the Deli) 
Ideal as a gift or for enjoying as a befitting sweet finale, this auspicious pair is brimming with tropical fruit flavours. Guests can also opt to purchase a pair of Durian Pudding fishes for $118.
‘Bak Kwa’ | $50 for 600g and $78 for 1kg
(Takeaway at the Deli) 
Marinated in a proprietary blend of spices and barbecued by the hotel’s Chinese chefs, the moreish ‘bak kwa’ is sold pre-cut in small slices for convenience.
Traditional New Year Cookies and Chips | $19.80 to $24.80 per jar (Takeaway at the Deli) 
Goodwood Park Hotel’s all-time favourite festive snacks that have garnered a loyal following include Macadamia & Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cashew Nut Cookies, Almond Cookies, Yam Chips and the wildly-popular ‘Chiku’ (arrowhead) Chips.

Prices stated for Prosperity ‘Yu Sheng’ are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST for dine-in, or 7% GST for takeaway.
Brand new for this year is the Crispy Eel ‘Lo Hei’ 酥炸 鳗鳗鳗起 and the Crispy Silver Bait Fish ‘Lo Hei’ 酥炸 银鳗鳗起 freshly prepared in the hotel. The above, as well as popular varieties of ‘Yu Sheng’ are served with refreshing julienne vegetables such as white turnips, carrots, yam as well as accompaniments like pickled ginger and jellyfish in a zesty homemade sauce. 

Prices stated are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST for dine-in, or 7% GST for takeaway.
Dine-in set menus for festive feasting featuring a lavish selection of delicacies are priced at $98 and $128 per person (menu for minimum two persons), and range from $538 per table of 6 persons to $1788 per table of ten persons. Vegetarian set menu options are also available. For celebrations at home, the Min Jiang Festive Treasures Takeaway 6-Course Menu which includes the new Braised Whole Chicken with Sea Treasures in Claypot and Festive Appetiser Takeaway Platter, is available at $488 for six persons. Prosperity ‘yu sheng’ is included in all dine-in and takeaway set menus.
Prices stated are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST for dine-in, or 7% GST for takeaway.
This charming restaurant in the lush surrounds of Rochester Park feature elegant festive dishes in menus priced at $108 and $128 per person (menu for two to six persons), and ranging from $788 to $1388 per table of ten persons. A Bountiful Harvest menu is also available at $888 for 6 persons, $1188 for 8 persons and $1498 for 10 persons. For guests who like their tipple, there is a set menu at $788 for 6 persons with a complimentary half bottle of Remy Martin X.O. Cognac, and at $1588 for 10 persons with a complimentary bottle of Remy Martin X.O. Cognac. The Min Jiang at One-North Festive Treasures Takeaway 7-Course Menu at $498 for six persons, is perfect for feasting at home with the new Braised Pork Spare Ribs with Sea Treasures in Claypot as the highlight. Prosperity ‘yu sheng’ is included in all dine-in and takeaway set menus.

Available on 7 February 2016
Celebrate the all-important reunion dinner at the grand Windsor Ballroom with two winning set menus priced from $688 for a table of six persons to $988 for a table of ten persons. Guests may call Min Jiang at (65) 6730 1704 or email: min_jiang@goodwoodparkhotel.com for reservations.

Available from 5 to 9 February 2016 
1st seating: 12noon – 2.30pm, 2nd seating: 3pm – 5.30pm
Savour an extensive English Afternoon Tea spread encompassing Chinese New Year treats like chicken ‘bak kwa’; and ‘nian gao’ with yam beignet at L’Espresso priced at $68 per adult and $48 per child. Guests may call L’Espresso at (65) 6730 1743 or email: lespresso@goodwoodparkhotel.com for reservations.

Take a break from the Chinese New Year bustle with a stay in an iconic heritage hotel right in the heart of the city. For room reservations, guests can call (65) 6730 1811 / 44 or email: rmresv@goodwoodparkhotel.com
Room type and validity: Deluxe Room at $248++ per room per night (room only) or $288++ per room per night (with buffet breakfast for two), available from 8 January to 13 February 2016
• 50% off à la carte spa services and treatments at Spa Rael
• 10% off à la carte hair services and treatments (excluding Brazilian treatments) at Georgina’s salon
• An upgrade to Deluxe Mayfair Room or Poolside Suite at an additional $30 or $175 per room per night respectively
* Black-out dates, seasonal surcharges and standard cancellation terms apply accordingly. Discounts at Spa Rael and Georgina’s salon are subject to change without prior notice.
Goodwood Park Hotel
22 Scotts Road Singapore 228221
Tel: +65 6737 7411
Fax: +65 6732 8558



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