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Tiger kaya buns, chocolate koi, and more Lunar New Year limited edition offerings we’re dying to try

The arrival of the Chinese Lunar New Year is right around the corner, and we can’t help but drool over the offerings that the Tiger Year has for us.

From yusheng to pineapple tarts, a lot of restaurants and cafes in the city-state are preparing to unveil their sumptuous treats for us. 

Take note from our picks and plan ahead with your family on where you will celebrate the annual holiday. 

PBD XO Smoked Duck Lobster Roll From Luke’s Lobster

Previously, Luke’s Lobster in SIngapore collaborated with FatFuku and Park Bench Deli to bless us with their lobster rolls available in Sambal Achar and PBD XO Smoked Duck variants. It’s the first collaborative roll from Luke’s Lobster and it is available as a limited edition. 

Fortunately, they announced that they will be extending the run of their limited offer until February 15, so grab one before it’s gone.

Chocolate Koi From Janice Wong’s 

Janice Wong’s is renowned for their intricate pastry designs and these offerings will definitely win the heart of your loved ones, especially their atas-looking treats. One of their best works is their Chocolate Koi which also includes several layers of flavor including crispy praline chocolates and tasty candies. 

Texas Chicken’s Hae Bee Hiam Chicken

It is not a worthy meal without a chicken dish and the news is that Texas Chicken is offering  fried chicken that tastes like no other. To celebrate the Lunar Year, Texas Chicken brought back the popular Hae Bee Hiam chicken, which is a dish with jam-packed flavors from savory to spicy.

Ikea’s Lunar New Year Set

Ikea Singapore is offering a seasonal treat that has a traditional twist. The store announced that their seasonal menu is available until February 28.

Their Chinese Lunar New Year menu includes a wide array of festive treats such as Vegetable Money Bag with Golden Fried Rice and Mala Pork Ribs.  However, their best-sellers are their Chinese New Year Donuts that are available at $7.80 per piece and the Tiger Kaya Buns which are available at $2 per piece.

Da Paolo Gastronomia’s Tiger Bread

At first you might be surprised by this Chinese New Year food that has an Italian twist. In line with the Water Tiger theme of the new Lunar Year, their Da Paolo Gastronomia will definitely melt in your mouth as you bite into this Asian milk pastry.

Butter Bean Singapore’s O’Creamy Toast

It is not a New Lunar Year without including oranges on the table, so it is fitting to include this ingredient in Butter Bean Singapore’s O’Creamy Toast. This delectable treat will definitely win your heart once you take a bite from it straight from the box. If you want to spoil yourself with a luscious pastry, go now to Butter Bean and grab a box-full. 

McDonald’s Prosperity Feast

Who says that our favorite global fast-food restaurant can’t do Chinese New Year offerings?

The Prosperity Feast is a staple offering in many restaurants every Chinese New Year, however, McDonald’s version is a must-try. The feast menu is a smorgasbord of scrumptious treats such as Prosperity Beef Burger, Prosperity Chicken Burger, Prosperity McFizz, Prosperity Twister Fries, and the curious Strawberry Pie.


The impending Chinese New Year will definitely be a memorable one to many. It is a fitting celebration to us because we have been deprived of many good things these past few years. The spirit of the New Lunar Year is alive as we plan ahead to celebrate the holiday with our loved ones. 

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