Sweet and sourish dish for the Chinese in considered a symbol of abundance, prosperity and vigor. Yusheng literally means “raw fish” but since “fish (鱼)” is commonly conflated with its homophone “abundance (余)”. With that, Yúshēng (余升) means an increase in abundance. Some would consume it on Renri (人日), the seventh day of the Chinese New Year, although in practice it may be eaten on any convenient day during Chinese New Year (1st to 15th Day).
Above: Photo credit to Eddie Angat
For those who enjoy a hearty meal, savour our buffet brunches and dinner at Café Boleh, The Pacific Sutera Hotel, or at Five Sails, The Magellan Sutera Resort. They do offer a variety of delectable Chinese New Year specialty for a delightful culinary adventure. Oh! I’m not sure if there is any members of Sutera Harbour Marina, Golf & Country Club, savour the Chinese New Year High Tea at Marina Café with the specially prepared menu by our Chefs.