Indulge in quintessential dishes specially curated by Executive Chef Nicky Ng
Singapore, 20 November 2019 – Welcome an abundant Lunar New Year at Mitzo Restaurant and Bar, as Executive Chef Nicky Ng prepares a bountiful range of dishes and menus available from 6 January 2020 to 8 February 2020.
Celebrate the beginning of an auspicious year with Mitzo’s set menus, perfect for small or large reunions, each dish is meticulously prepared with the utmost care and precision. The Lunar New Year feast is not complete without perennial favourites such as “Yu Sheng” and “Peng Cai” to welcome in a year of abundance, longevity, luck, fortune and happiness.
Mitzo’s Quintessential Modern “Yu Sheng” and Flavourful “Peng Cai”
The Abalone “Yu Sheng” ($158++ for up to eight pax, $258++ for up to 14 pax) showcases Chef Nicky’s modern and thoughtful touch to this staple dish. A generous portion of abalone is surrounded by a vibrant display of greens, carrots, radish, red cabbage along with a unique blend of sauce. Alternatively, guests can opt for the Kanpachi Kingfish “Yu Sheng” ($128++ for up to eight pax, $208++ for up to 14 pax), or the Salmon “Yu Sheng” ($108++ for up to eight pax, $168++ for up to 14 pax). Those looking for a vegetarian-friendly option can opt for the Mitzo Fruit “Yu Sheng” ($108++ for up to eight pax, $168++ for up to 14 pax), a healthy and refreshing combination of tropical fruits and vegetables.
(Above: Peng Cai)
A symbol of abundance and wealth, Mitzo offers two different renditions of the flavourful Peng Cai. Diners can opt for the Miso “Peng Cai” ($298++ for a table of four; $588++ for a table of eight; $78++ per additional person) consisting of the luxurious 6-head abalone, dried scallop wrapped with radish, flower mushroom, sea cucumber, dried oyster, poached duck, lettuce, lotus root, miso pork and “Fa Cai” (black moss).
Alternatively, the classic “Peng Cai” ($298++ for a table of four; $588++ for a table of eight; $78++ per additional person) features premium ingredients such as braised “Si Chuan” pork, crispy roasted duck, Sha Cha cod fish, truffle scallop, Osmanthus mayonnaise prawn, assorted vegetables and fungus, with garlic and white pepper dried oyster.
Packed with auspicious Chinese New Year delicacies, the indulgent pot is simmered with Mitzo’s homemade broth, giving rise to a mix of complex and intense flavours and fragrances.
Mitzo’s Chinese New Year Set Menus
Gather friends and family and usher in the Year of the Rat with an abundant feast. Executive Chef Nicky has prepared a list of thoughtfully curated set menus for groups of four to eight, ranging from $498++ for a table of four to $2380++ for a table of eight. Those looking for a vegetarian option can also enjoy two different set menus, starting from $88++ per person.
For more information on the various set menus, please refer to the Appendix.
Welcome in the Lunar New Year with a Specially Crafted Cocktail
Creatively crafted by Head Bartender Azlam Kadir, this unique concoction goes perfectly with the divine cuisine at Mitzo. Available from 6 January 2020 to 8 February 2020 at $18++, this tipple is called #888 and is a heavenly mix of Milagro Tequila, Campari and sweet vermouth that has been infused with longan and red dates, orange flower water, goji berry syrup and lemon juice before being topped with ginger beer. Toast to the Lunar New Year with #888 and welcome prosperity and abundance in the Year of the Rat.
On the eve of the Lunar New Year, 24 January 2020, there will be two available seatings, with the first at 5.30 pm and the second at 8 pm. For reservations or enquiries, please call +65 6603 8855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org