Singapore Restaurant Lucky8鴻運樓: Best of Cantonese cuisine & Sichuan delights
Despite its scarcity in land size, Singapore is a country that is big on serving gastronomical cuisine celebrated by thousands of tourists that fly in and out of this city. Singapore restaurants are some of the world’s best dining destinations and if you’ve been to this bustling tourist spot, you definitely know what we’re talking about!
Featuring one of the country’s best dining locations, our Singapore travel guide today turns its spotlight on Lucky8鴻運樓 – a restaurant that plays with its diversity of ingredients and innovative pairings that make up the finest Singapore food.
Get to know Lucky8
Tucked away on the 3rd level of Shaw Centre, Singapore restaurant Lucky8鴻運樓 cooks up an authentic Hong Kong-Style modern Chinese dining experience one must try when travelling in Singapore.
The carefully crafted team spearheaded by Executive Chef Mr. Tse Kit promises an outstanding culinary experience of the best of Cantonese cuisine and Sichuan delights. The 26 years of Mr. Tse Kit’s culinary journey have helped Lucky8 to continue to deliver not just visually striking presentations, but also gastronomical meals for everyone that dines in this Singapore restaurant.
What to eat in Singapore
As a melting pot of different cultures backed up by their own rich culinary heritage, the whole of Singapore is one exciting mix of various types of cuisine one can satisfy their cravings with. Among these is Hong Kong-style modern Chinese food prepared with traditional Cantonese cooking – a specialty by Singapore restaurant Lucky8鴻運樓.
Fried Lobster with Egg White
Save some space for the Fried Lobster with Egg White because it is one of the chef’s recommended dishes. The yummy flavours settle in every serving leaving you with nothing but great satisfaction and thirst for more of this fine Hong Kong-style dish.
Hong Kong-style Fried Crab
Be ready to taste the addicting flavour of Lucky8’s Hong Kong-style Fried Crab starting with its alluring aroma that teases your appetite. The deep-fried shellfish is covered in garlic, chilli and salted black beans, making it an extremely gastronomical dish.
The Pecking Duck is a classic dish that is very well executed in Lucky8鴻運樓. Aside from its tender meat, the thin, crispy skin of Lucky8’s Pecking Duck adds a delicious taste to this already striking dish.
The execution of Lucky8’s interior infused with art is a great declaration of wanting to offer a complete dining experience – not just from their excellent menu, but also the warm, inviting ambience of its interior. Equipped with three private dining rooms and an expansive communal hall, corporate and big family dining experiences are welcomed here. So whether it’s an intimate dinner for two or a big celebration with friends or family, Lucky8鴻運樓opens its doors to everyone who wants a taste of quality Hong Kong-style food!
Dine at Lucky8 with a discount!
Experience authentic Hong Kong-style modern Chinese cuisine and get a 10% discount when you share this article on Facebook and Instagram, and show it on the counter! Promo runs from October 20, 2017 to November 20, 2017 so hurry and make your way to this dining destination!
Address: #03-07/11, 1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centre, #03-07/11 Singapore 228208
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday Lunch 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM; Dinner 5:30 PM – 10:00 PM | Sunday and Public Holidays Lunch 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM; Dinner 5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Phone Number: + 65 6836 3070
If you ever crave for mouth-watering Hong Kong-style modern Chinese cuisine, take a break from your Singapore shopping spree and get a taste of delicious Cantonese and Sichuan dishes! Explore and discover places to visit in Singapore and other Singapore attractions by reading our travel guides!
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