Celebrate this National Day with the best of local delights in dim sum style at Yàn

Yan Pan-fried Chilli Crab Buns

Pan-fried Singapore Chilli Crab Meat Bun

This National Day, celebrate the best of local delights in dim sum style at Yàn.  A joyous occasion to revel the nation’s 53rd year of independence, partake in gourmet fare melding the Cantonese favourite tea-time tradition with Singapore’s well-loved flavours.

Indulge in an array of bite-sized dishes specially crafted by Executive Chinese Chef Lai Chi Sum and his  dim  sum  chef,  each  morsel  bringing  forth  familial  flavours and heart-warming  delights. Designed for sharing, the National Day a-la-carte Dim Sum menu presents 6 different dim sums ideal for an idyllic afternoon of conviviality.

 

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Steamed xiao long bao in laksa stock

Setting some spicy notes to the classic xiao long bao is the steamed xiao long bao in laksa stock (4 pieces for $5.80++), where each bite of the delicate bun bursts with familial vibrant notes of shrimps immersed in piquant laksa broth.

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Deep- fried satay chicken wanton

The all-time favourite local barbecue skewer – satay, takes on a different look at Yàn with deep- fried satay chicken wanton (3 pieces for $6.80++). Each well-seasoned chicken slice, coated in savoury satay sauce, is wrapped in wanton skin and fried to perfection, boasting crispy pockets of succulence.

yan Steamed Hainanese Chicken Sticky Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaf

Steamed Hainanese Chicken with Sticky Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaf

Back by popular demand, the steamed Hainanese chicken with sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaf ($4++ per piece) is a soulful rendition of Singapore’s beloved dish – Hainanese chicken rice. The aromatic glutinous rice and chicken thigh are imbued with the piquant notes of ginger, garlic, lemongrass and pandan leaf. All the flavourful ingredients are steamed and served in a fragrant lotus leaf parcel, paired with the classic dipping sauces – chilli, dark sauce, and ginger sauce.

 

Celebrating National Day at Yàn

 

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Steamed pork and mushroom dumpling with chives

The iconic soon kueh is transformed into the steamed pork and mushroom dumpling with chives (3 pieces for $6.80++). Chef’s interpretation of the local delicacy presents crystal dumplings with satisfying Cantonese-style fillings of turnips and chives.

The local-inspired dim sum repertoire also includes pan-fried buns filled with sweet and spicy chilli crab meat (3 pieces for $9++) and steamed yam cake with mushroom and dried shrimp ($5.80++ per piece), a flavoursome take on the local snack.
There is no better way to celebrate the nation’s birthday than to partake in a local favourite pastime – bonding over food.
Yàn’s National Day Dim Sum menu is available from 1 to 31 August 2018 during lunch hours, 12pm to 2:30pm

National Day Special Dim Sum
Steamed Xiao Long Bao in Laksa Stock (4 pieces)
$5.80++ per serving
Steamed Pork and Mushroom Dumpling with Chives (3 pieces)
$6.80++ per serving
Deep-fried Satay Chicken Wanton (3 pieces)
$6.80++ per serving
Pan-fried Singapore Chilli Crab Meat Bun (3 pieces)
$9++ per serving
Steamed Yam Cake with Mushroom and Dried Shrimp
$5.80++ per piece
Steamed Hainanese Chicken with Sticky Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaf
$4++ per piece

 

 

Address:

#05-02 National Gallery Singapore

1 St Andrew’s Road,

Singapore 178957

 

Reservations:

Call (65) 6384 5585

Email reserve@Yan.com.sg

Book online via CHOPE

http://bit.ly/219xw4u

Operating Hours:

Daily

Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm

Dinner: 6:00pm to 10:30pm

 

Floor space:

2,700 square feet

 

Seating Capacity:

Up to 150

3 private rooms

 

Parking

Available at the National Gallery Singapore

Website: www.Yan.com.sg Facebook: YanCantoneseCuisine Instagram: @YanCantoneseCuisine

 

 

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