New Year’s Eve Dinner Celebration Ideas for NYE2022 | Oddle Eats

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Asian:Beauty In The PotHJH MaimunahPu3 RestaurantRaj RestaurantRoland RestaurantSum KeeSwatow Seafood RestaurantVictor’s Kitchen
Western: Peperoni Pizzeria Tess Bar & Kitchen
Desserts:Baskin RobbinsELIJAH Pies

In the blink of an eye, the year is coming to an end, again. While I’m sure we all wished that 2021 had turned out better than it did, what better way to roll into 2022 than with bellies full of yummy goodness and zest? Here’s a list of 12 places you can make plans for a sumptuous dinner this New Year’s Eve.

1. Baskin Robbins

With outlets in over 50 countries, Baskin Robbins is a global household brand for ice cream. Indulge in sundaes like the Brownie Ala Mode ($10.50), which features two junior scoops of your desired flavour, brownie bits, diced almond and hot fudge sauce drizzled all over. Not only that, but the Banana Royale ($10.50) and the Chocolate Overload ($10.00) are highly popular combinations as well. Enjoy same-day delivery when you order in this New Year’s Eve and have a dessert party after dinner!

2. Beauty In The Pot

Nourish your soul with Beauty In The Pot’s flavourful soup bases like the Beauty Collagen Broth when you order the 4 Pax Set ($90.65).

Nothing screams family reunion like hotpot. Offering six different types of nourishing soup bases, Beauty In The Pot promises to deliver rich flavours with abundant benefits. For your New Year’s Eve dinner this year, try the 4 Pax Set ($90.65) which comes with a melody of sliced pork collar, pork meatballs, dried fish maw, drumstick mushrooms, black fungus, Chinese Cabbage and noodles. Or if you’re having guests over, upsize your feast by getting the 8 Pax Set instead. Save yourself the hassle of preparing everything and let them do the work for you when you order in.

3. ELIJAH Pies

Check out gorgeous dessert pies like Nutella Pie (from $45) and Wild Berry Lavender Pie (from $52) when you order from ELIJAH Pies.

If you love all things Instagram-worthy and delicious, chances are you have already heard about ELIJAH Pies. Since 2014, they have been dishing out pies that are a feast for both the eyes and taste buds. Their Nutella Pie (from $45), the one that started it all, is the perfect combination of dark chocolate and roasted hazelnuts. The Wild Berry Lavender Pie (from $52) is another crowd-favourite and so is the Matcha Latte Pie (from $52). With all that said, you’ll definitely want to order in these beautiful pies for a sweet finish to your New Year’s Eve dinner.

4. HJH Maimunah

Have a nasi ambeng feast with HJH Maimunah’s Original Ambeng Platter ($33) which comes with a wide variety of scrumptious dishes.

New Year’s Eve dinner is all about spending quality time with your loved ones, and HJH Maimunah Restaurant has just the perfect thing. Established in the 90s, they are a name synonymous with authentic traditional Malay and Indonesian cuisine. Their signature Original Ambeng Platter ($33) and Premium Ambeng Platter ($38) are huge sharing dishes that will certainly bring the family together around the dinner table. We definitely recommend making an early reservation so as to beat the crowd, as both their outlets are just a short, convenient walk away from MRT stations (Bugis and Paya Lebar).

Address: 11 Jln Pisang, Singapore 199078

5. Peperoni Pizzeria

Planning a pizza party? Customise your giant pizza from Peperoni Pizzeria with savoury flavours like Carne (from $24.60).

I’m a firm believer that pizza is one of the most delicious party foods there is out there. Fortunately, Peperoni Pizzeria makes incredibly ginormous pizzas that go up to 21 inches wide; you can therefore simply choose the size that’s perfect for your party. While meat lovers will definitely appreciate their meaty Carne (from $24.60), you also can’t go wrong with a classic Margherita ($21.40), or Quattro Formaggi ($24.60). So order in some pizza for dinner this New Year’s Eve and countdown to 2022 with a pizza party!

6. Pu3 Restaurant

Pu3 Restaurant serves up traditional Malay cuisine. In particular, they specialise in nasi ambeng, which you can have a feast for 4 pax with the Dulang Ambeng Royal ($65), or 2 pax with the Dulang Ambeng Basic ($32). Not only that, but their Tahu Telor ($8.80) is also a popular side dish highly raved by returning customers. Think deep-fried crispy tofu topped with ground peanuts and decadent soy sauce, it’s a dish packed with sweet and savoury flavours. Have your New Year’s Eve dinner in the comforts of your own home when you order in from Pu3 Restaurant.

7. Raj Restaurant

Have a comforting South Indian feast with traditional dishes like Idli ($4) at Raj Restaurant.

Located a stone’s throw away from Buona Vista MRT station, Raj Restaurant is an authentic vegetarian Indian restaurant. They boast a wide selection of dishes, including traditional South Indian favourites like Idli ($4). To go with it and for some extra flavour, try their Daal Butter Fry (from $9.80) lentil curry, or any curry from their extensive menu. Make a reservation and have a healthy, protein-packed dinner this New Year’s Eve!

Address: 20 Biopolis Way, #01-03 Centros Block, Singapore 138668

8. Roland Restaurant

Roland Restaurant is the original creator of our national dish in Singapore, Chilli Crab ($98 for 2x500g)!

An institution like Roland Restaurant needs no introduction. Known as the creator of Chilli Crab in Singapore, they have been serving their signature Chilli Crabs ($98 for 2x500g) since 1956 when it was just an improvised recipe. Over the years, they’ve perfected their recipe and are now popular for other seafood dishes too. You can look forward to trying their Black Sauce Prawns ($34 for 6pcs) and Crispy Baby Squids ($15), among others. The restaurant has a typical old-school Chinese banquet setting that will certainly get you reminiscing the past. It’s also located right next to East Coast Park, so it’s definitely wise to make a reservation and get ahead of the potential evening crowds.

9. Sum Kee

Warm your bellies with Sum Kee’s signature Curry Fish Head ($38) and other zi char favourites.

If you’re running out of fancy ideas for your New Year’s Eve dinner, a good ol’ zi char meal always hits the spot. With two outlets in Singapore, Sum Kee serves up quality zi char dishes that Singaporeans love and enjoy. Think Curry Fish Head ($38), salted egg Ultraman Chicken (from $16) and Braised London Duck (from $32). That said, you might want to reserve a table in advance, though. Their original Telok Blangah restaurant continues to draw loyal and old customers from all over the country; on the other hand, their newer Jurong outlet boasts a fully air-conditioned interior, so it’s bound to be a popular spot.

Address: 19 Yung Ho Rd, Singapore 618592

10. Swatow Seafood Restaurant

End your year right with a spread of authentic Teochew dishes like Teochew Braised Sliced Duck ($17.50) at Swatow Seafood Restaurant.

Swatow Seafood Restaurant is a Chinese restaurant famous for not only its dim sum selection but also Teochew delicacies. For a quack-ing good time in 2022, try their Teochew Braised Sliced Duck ($17.50) or Signature Roasted Duck with Black Truffle (from $18). The BBQ Honey Pork Bun ($4.20) and Golden Custard Bun ($4.20) from their dim sum selection are also sure to bring you tons of sweetness and prosperity in the new year. Their Swatow City outlet is conveniently located within HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok where there’s also a variety of other food, beverage and recreational amenities. Hence, be sure to make a reservation instead of walking in so that you can have an eventful and fuss-free New Year’s Eve dinner.

Address: 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, HomeTeamNS, #02-05, Singapore 659003

11. Tess Bar & Kitchen

Enjoy a tender and succulent Slow-Cooked Angus Beef Cheek ($20) when you dine at the award-winning Tess Bar & Kitchen.

Looking for a casual dinner spot this New Year’s Eve? Located near Esplanade MRT, Tess Bar & Kitchen is an award-winning cocktail bar and restaurant that’s perfect for a reposeful end to the year. They pride themselves on serving modern cuisine dishes such as their Slow-Cooked Angus Beef Cheek ($20) and Whole Lobster Tail Tagliatelle ($38). Also, don’t forget to try their bottled cocktails which are inspired by top travel destinations around the world. Think Snorkeling in Boracay ($25 for 280ml), Gondola Through Venice ($25 for 280ml) and many others. Make a date and place your reservations soon!

Address: 38 Seah St, Singapore 188394

12. Victor’s Kitchen

Feast on your favourite dim sum favourites like Char Siew “Bo Lo” Butter Buns ($5.80 for 2pcs) and many others with the wide selection available at Victor’s Kitchen.

Victor’s Kitchen is known for their simple yet delicious handmade dim sum. Some of their best-sellers include Char Siew “Bo Lo” Butter Buns ($5.80 for 2pcs) and Tasty Queen Size Siew Mai ($5.50 for 4pcs). Of course, a dim sum meal isn’t complete without some refreshing HK Summer Iced Milk Tea ($3.50) too. Despite opening their second outlet in Chinatown, the first being in Bugis, trying to get a table during lunch hours at either outlet is especially difficult. You will definitely want to make a reservation for this authentic Hong Kong dim sum experience.

Address: 133 New Bridge Rd, #B1-33 Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413