A Huat Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner at CÉ LA VI
An important highlight every Chinese New Year (CNY), the reunion dinner is an annual feast where all family, friends, and acquaintances get together to reinforce the solidarity and cohesiveness that ties them together. With loved ones travelling near and far to continue the ancient tradition, indulging in food served in abundance is a must.
Whether you are looking to host a CNY reunion dinner for your family or
corporate partners, CÉ LA VI allows you to usher in the Lunar New Year in a private setting. 57-stories above ground level, your reunion meal will be backed by the dazzling city skyline. Perfect for Chinese New Year lunches and dinners, CÉ LA VI Singapore marries
indulgent feasts with an interior that is sentimentally reminiscent of the Asian tropics and breathtaking view from the outdoor veranda.
A Traditional Affair
For occasions such as company Chinese New Year dinners and family
get-togethers, CÉ LA VI’s restaurant serves contemporary Asian cuisine, whipped up by master chefs in the kitchen straight to your plate. Paying homage to the Asian delicacies and heritage, the restaurant’s menu puts a modern twist on traditional ingredients. Presented with an artisanal flair, the dish, accompanied by its spectacular interior,
only adds to your dining experience.
From bold and inventive dishes such as braised short ribs to Hokkaido Scallop & Oyster
Ceviche, all your guests are bound to be immersed in the theatrics and artisanal skills of Executive Chef Joseph Sergentakis. Be it a Chinese New Year company dinner at our SkyBar or weekend lunch at our rooftop restaurant, CÉ LA VI delivers in its event solutions and ability to evoke nostalgia amidst its contemporary settings.
Host an Auspicious CNY Reunion
Dinner with Us
Make your next Chinese New Year lunch or dinner a
special occasion with CÉ LA VI Singapore. Our unique space can accommodate your guests and create a lasting impression, unlike any other. Contact us to reserve a spot and host a CNY reunion dinner worth remembering.