Last week the kids and I were invited for a super early Chinese New Year reunion dinner food tasting. We haven’t yet decided on how we will be celebrating Chinese New Year come 2015 but it was was great to know that having our CNY dinner there is a plausible option.
It took me quite a while to find the place as it was peak hour and I was not used to the one way roads in that area. We were lucky to find a road side parking lot in and adjacent road and made it to the restaurant in time.
The kids had to wait quite awhile for the other invited guest to arrive. They occupied themselves drawing and coming up with their own stories to accompany the pictures.
We were served a mixture of the new dishes which were created for their 5th Anniversary and the upcoming Chinese New Year.
This dish was a real hit with the kids. They love the yummy bee hoon. In fact this was the ONLY dish that Tiger girl and Doggie boy ate besides the ice-cream that they were served for dessert. ( My kids are great noodle fans)
The adults seated at the table were more adventurous and tried nearly all the dishes that were served. I tried this tofu soup and it was really yummy.
I preferred drinking this chicken soup compared to the tofu soup. The herbs used in the soup wasn’t too overpowering and it tasted really rich.
This was the only dish that Monkey boy tried besides the bee hoon. I loved it too as the Pork rib was really juicy and delectable. The Pork Rib wasn’t hard and it was easy to chew.
This was another dish which I enjoyed eating. The slices of cuttlefish tasted really springy and chewy when I tasted them. The satay sauce used in this dish gave it the correct amount of spiciness.
This dish looked really appetizing and would certainly be a treat for any prawn lover. Unfortunately I’m not into prawns so I gave this dish a miss.
This is a traditional dish that is served during Chinese New Year which has gluttonous rice within the lotus leaf.
This was another dished which I passed on due to the prawns. I asked Monkey boy if he would like to try the noodle soup but he too declined as it appeared to be a bit to spicy for his liking.
This dish was quite refreshing to me. The pork was really tender and fragrant. It reminded me of the dishes I had during confinement with Tiger girl 4 years ago.
In all it was a rather enjoyable dinner for us and there were certain dishes which I certainly wouldn’t mind ordering again the next time I visit Gu Mah Jia.
Current Promotion at Gu Ma Jia for Chinese New Year 2015
Have your pick of their $488. $588 or $888 set meals or from their wide Ala-carte dishes this coming 2015 for your Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner.
The special dishes are available from 5th February 2015 to 5 March 2015 so you can schedule your reunion celebration anytime within those dates.
45 Tai Thong Crescent Singapore 347866
Open Daily 11am to 3pm, 5.30pm to 10pm
Disclaimer: We were invited for a food tasting sessions of their new dishes which will be available come CNY 2015. All opinions are 100% my own.