Eunice Quek Food Correspondent recommends

Food Picks: Chinese New Year at Jade

Triple Bliss braised and roasted pork belly (above) with steamed mantou and crispy suckling piglet skin, topped with caviar - a luxurious version of kong bak pau.
Triple Bliss braised and roasted pork belly (above) with steamed mantou and crispy suckling piglet skin, topped with caviar - a luxurious version of kong bak pau.PHOTOS: EUNICE QUEK, KOHAKU TENDON, SUSHI AYUMU, THE FULLERTON HOTEL
Winter Ocean Treasures ($21++)
Winter Ocean Treasures ($21++)PHOTOS: EUNICE QUEK, KOHAKU TENDON, SUSHI AYUMU, THE FULLERTON HOTEL
Ayumu roll (above, available for dinner) is filled with chutoro (medium fatty tuna), bafun uni, buri (yellowtail) and shiso leaf.
Ayumu roll (above, available for dinner) is filled with chutoro (medium fatty tuna), bafun uni, buri (yellowtail) and shiso leaf.PHOTOS: EUNICE QUEK, KOHAKU TENDON, SUSHI AYUMU, THE FULLERTON HOTEL
Fans of matcha can pick from traditional whisked matcha (hot or iced, from $5.30), matcha tea latte (hot or iced, from $5), or matcha ice blended ($5.50 or $6).
Fans of matcha can pick from traditional whisked matcha (hot or iced, from $5.30), matcha tea latte (hot or iced, from $5), or matcha ice blended ($5.50 or $6).PHOTOS: EUNICE QUEK, KOHAKU TENDON, SUSHI AYUMU, THE FULLERTON HOTEL

With Chinese New Year in less than six weeks, it is time to start planning for family reunion meals. It is best to book early if you are going for a feast at Cantonese restaurant Jade at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.

Jade's executive chef Leong Chee Yeng has meticulously crafted six festive menus (from $118 a person for set menus with a minimum of six people, or $88 a person for an individual set menu or vegetarian set menu; dishes can also be ordered a la carte).

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 28, 2018, with the headline 'Food Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe