Joy Luck Teahouse is proud to announce its first-ever celebrity tie-up with local celebrity Ah Ge Li Nanxing. Together, they will be introducing the Chee Cheong Fun with Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam (rice rolls with spicy shrimp floss). The dish calls for the veteran actor’s rendition of hae bee hiam, which is his fond childhood dish. At the age of eight, he began watching and helping his late mother and Perankan grandmother prepare it.
For a limited time, the Chee Cheong Fun with Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam will be exclusively available at the teahouse’s newest outlet at Parkway Parade.
Also to be launched is the teahouse’s Chinese New Year offering: Gold Egg Tarts. The egg tarts will be flecked with 22-carat edible French gold flakes, which lend a touch of sophistication and up the aesthetic factor. Gold is a symbolof abundance, wealth and luck, and hence these egg tarts will make a wonderful gift for your loved ones and colleagues! Joy Luck Teahouse's signature egg tarts follow the recipe from Hoover Cake Shop and come in two forms: puff pastry and butter cookie. The velvety and creamy custard, which is made with eggs and butter,is not cloyingly sweet. The gold egg tarts are available in limited quantities, while stocks last.
Joy Luck Teahouse brings 3 well-loved and iconic F&B brands from Hong Kong to ION Orchard.
Veteran Singapore-born TV producer Robert Chua scouted and negotiated for over a year before successfully persuading Hoover Cake Shop, Kam Kee Café and Tak Hing Fishball Company to bring their signature items into Singapore
Joy Luck Teahouse offers 3 famous culinary treasures of Hong Kong — egg tarts, pineapple buns and milk tea. A part of Hong Kong’s food legacy, these three offerings are recognised on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Hong Kong list. Besides these three items, Joy Luck Teahouse also has Hong Kong Fish Balls and an array of Hong Kong-style beverages.
A trailblazing takeaway concept by the dynamic team behind Omakase Burger and Picnic Food Park, Supergreek at Raffles City is a fast-casual eatery that aims to deliver the goodness and wholesome qualities of vibrant and delicious Greek cuisine in an affordable and accessible selection of thoughtfully- curated souvlaki grain bowls, pita wraps, and salads, designed for the modern palate and lifestyle.
Supergreek is also proud to make and serve its proprietary homemade authentic Greek yoghurt – possibly the first in Singapore, made daily through a process that spans 30 hours!
“Supergreek aims to obliterate the misconception that healthy, nutritious food is not just tasty, but incredibly tasty. Our goal is to provide nutrition-dense food that tastes so good that you will want to have it over and over again – three, four, maybe five times a week,” shares Cheng Hsin Yao, owner and founder of Supergreek.
With eight nourishing souvlaki grain bowls, customers can choose to enjoy these combinations within a traditional pita, or in a hearty salad. All grain bowls, salads and toasty pita wraps are assembled à la minute for maximum freshness.
Souvlaki (souv·la·ki·a) – the popular Greek street food of small pieces of meat or vegetables grilled on a skewer, is the highlight of Supergreek’s menu offerings. Supergreek’s modern spin on this Greek specialty consists of tender cuts of meat, fish and vegetarian options accentuated with quintessential herbs such as oregano and dill, as well as tomatoes, onions and Greek vinaigrette, then grilled, roasted, or steamed, but never fried.
“At Supergreek, we follow traditional Greek cuisine which is predominantly plant-based, and focused on lean meats, seafood and heart-healthy olive oil that is also fresh. Whether your diet is plant-based, keto, low carb, pescatarian, high-protein, or if you are just curious about eating better, we have some amazing options for you that will help you in your search for the holy grail of sustainable healthy eating: nutritious, delicious, affordable and repeatable.” Hsin Yao elaborates.