Celebrate Chinese New Year with Sukiya CNY Take-Home Steamboat!

Are you a big fan of Sukiya? Honestly, for me, I really love Sukiya's "Sukiyaki" soup broth as it's really sweet and succulent! I will specially queue up for it even if it's a long queue! Suki-ya assures you that their food is well prepared to their highest standards and kept well chilled before serving to their customers. 

Steamboat is a good way to celebrate Chinese New Year as you get to eat and bond with your family at the same time. Regardless of the ingredient, broth or sauce, you'll get the same sweetness and spiciness, together with a fun-filled and joy when you eat within the same table. 


This Lunar New Year, Suki-ya would like to spread the joy of sharing! 

WHAT SUKI-YA WILL PROVIDE FOR YOUR STEAMBOAT THIS CHINESE NEW YEAR?


There are 2 different sets which you can delight in.

Set 1: Happiness Set for 4 
Consist of 
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SOUP
(Tonyu Miso/Sukiyaki/ Shabu -Shabu)

Meat Platter
(Chicken, Pork, Beef- 200grams each)


MIXED VEGETABLES PLATTER
(include Udon & ramen)


MEATBALL PLATTER



Top up $38.80 to enjoy a fruitful and delightful platter of "Yusheng"


Why must we eat Yusheng during Chinese New Year?

Eating Yu Sheng during Chinese New Year is a cultural activity for Chinese living in Singapore and Malaysia, but not so much in other Chinese-populated countries such as Hong Kong, where the practice is almost unheard of.
There was a controversy between Singapore and Malaysia regarding the origins of this dish. It was said that a restaurant (陆祯记) in Seremban, Malaysia first refined this dish from a Cantonese dish and sold it during Lunar New Year around 1940s. However, the son of the chef acknowledged that it is hard to dispute the "ownership" of the dish. This dish has been declared a Malaysian heritage food by the Malaysian Department of National Heritage. One thing is certain though, that this dish has its roots deep in the Southern part of China. 

The traditional way and the meaning of adding ingredients into Yusheng
The fish is added, symbolising abundance and excess through the year. 年年有余 (Nian Nian You Yu) meaning “Abundance through the year”, as the word "fish" in Mandarin also sounds like "Abundance".
The pomelo or lime is added to the fish, adding luck and auspicious value. 大吉大利 Da Ji Da Li meaning “Good luck and smooth sailing”
Pepper is then dashed over in the hope of attracting more money and valuables. 招财进宝 Zhao Cai Jin Bao meaning “Attract wealth and treasures”
Then oil is poured out, circling the ingredients and encouraging money to flow in from all directions. 一本万利 Yi Ben Wan Li meaning “Make 10,000 times of profit with your capital” 财源广进 Cai Yuan Guang Jin meaning “Numerous sources of wealth”
Carrots are added indicating blessings of good luck. 鸿运当头 Hong Yun Dang Tou meaning “Good luck is approaching”. Carrot (红萝卜) is used as the first character 鸿 also sound like the Chinese character for red.
Then the shredded green radish is placed symbolizing eternal youth. 青春常驻 Qing Chun Chang Zhu meaning “Forever young”. Green radish is used as the first character 青 also sound like the Chinese character for green.
After which the shredded white radish is added - prosperity in business and promotion at work. 风生水起 Feng Sheng Shui Qi meaning “Progress at a fast pace” 步步高升 Bu Bu Gao Sheng meaning “Reaching higher level with each step”
The condiments are finally added.
First, peanut crumbs are dusted on the dish, symbolizing a household filled with gold and silver. 金银满屋 Jin Yin Man Wu meaning “Household filled with gold and silver”
Sesame seeds quickly follow symbolizing a flourishing business. 生意兴隆 Sheng Yi Xing Long meaning “Prosperity for the business”
Yu Sheng sauce, usually plum sauce, is generously drizzled over everything. 甜甜蜜蜜 Tian Tian Mi Mi Meaning “May life always be sweet”
Deep-fried flour crisps in the shape of golden pillows is then added with wishes that literally the whole floor would be filled with gold. 满地黄金 Man Di Huang Jin meaning “Floor full of gold”


The set I had was the HAPPINESS SET FOR 4 which includes MEATBALL PLATTER, MIXED VEGETABLES PLATTER(include Udon & ramen), MEAT PLATTER(Chicken, Pork, Beef- 200grams each) , SOUP(Tonyu Miso/Sukiyaki/ Shabu -Shabu) and it's $68.80+

There's another set(PROSPERITY SET FOR 4) which includes MEATBALL PLATTER, MIXED VEGETABLES PLATTER(include udon & ramen), PREMUIM MEAT PLATTER(Chicken, Eberico Pork Belly, Wagyu Beef- 200Grams each), SOUP(Tonyu Miso/Sukiyaki/ Shabu -Shabu) and it's $78.80+

If you would like to add on for your meat platter, here's the price list(Price is per 200 gram respectively):
WAGYU BEEF $13.00
EBERICO PORK $8.00
CHICKEN $3.50
PORK $4.25
BEEF $6.00

Where to collect:
Marina Square, Kovan Heartland Mall, 112 Katong and Bukit Panjang Plaza


Suki-ya CNY Take-Home Steamboat is only applicable till 11 February 2017!

Pre-order of 1 day in advance, payment on the day of collection

Price subjected to GST and subject to availability.

For more information, head over to http://suki-ya.com.sg/ or their facebook https://www.facebook.com/Sukiya.sg/ for more information! 








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