Why you should celebrate CNY at Full of Luck Club.14 June
You don’t need good luck to ensure a top-drawer feed at this Holland Village hotspot. Full of Luck Club’s vibe, surroundings and décor simply serve to punctuate its delicious, funky and modern Chinese food offerings, making it one of the best places in the city to plan a get-together this Chinese New Year. If you want to take your celebrations to the next level, here’s what to expect from its new, wide-ranging set menu that’s available from February 1 to March 18.
Six new set menus
With six menus running from $118 to $628 that feed a range of two to 10 people, Full of Luck Club’s menus are a smorgasbord of innovative dishes that can be enjoyed in the lively restaurant or taken away to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. Enjoy highlights in each menu such as braised mushrooms and fa cai in abalone sauce, fresh lotus-wrapped glutinous rice and the Delightful Platter which includes honey-glazed char siew and kurobuta pork.
A cool, relaxed space to enjoy a CNY reunion
Chic interiors sporting playful colours that perfectly match the restaurant’s contemporary take on authentic Cantonese cuisine – Full of Luck Club is a far cry from the overly stuffy traditional venues. The name of the game here is fun and to feel at ease as you celebrate with friends and family.
Round off the night with drinks at Lucky Bar
Once you’re satisfactorily fed, round-off your evening by chilling at Full of Luck Club’s upstairs alfresco drinking spot, Lucky Bar. Don’t miss out on craft cocktails such as the Red Lantern ($22), a spicy Sichuan pepper infused mezcal-based drink brightened up with fresh strawberries and lemon juice. Or, if you’re up for something with a little more pop then lock down Golden Swallow ($22), a titillating blend of shiso umeshu, elderflower liqueur, white wine and prosecco. Those who prefer a more spirit-forward beverage can opt for the Oolong Negroni ($45, serves four), a simple but potent mix of oolong infused gin, sweet vermouth and Campari served in a teapot, Full of Luck’s Asian answer to the western punch bowl. And if you’re not up for imbibing, Full of Luck Club has non-alcoholic options available too such as its Fok Lok Yuan Yang ($6), oolong tea spiked with a shot of espresso and an Ong Lai Float ($5.50), a fermented pineapple soda with Yakult foam.
Chinese New Year entails one of the most important meals of the year and should be a time of reunion with the ones you treasure. And there’s no better place than Full of Luck Club for a fun and fabulous CNY meal.
243 Holland Ave, Holland Village.
Article by TimeOut Singapore