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Yusheng and CNY dinners still popular

Despite diners' concerns about raw fish, restaurants report the same or even higher demand for lo hei

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NON-FISH LO HEI OPTIONS GALORE: Because of a ban on raw fish, Min Jiang has come up with a fruity lo hei with bacon and white truffle oil (above), while Hua Ting Cantonese Restaurant is offering a fresh Hokkaido scallop and crispy conpoy lo hei. Sin Hwa Dee Foodstuff Industries says schools, which tend to be more particular about the well-being of their students, are going for vegetarian yusheng.

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NON-FISH LO HEI OPTIONS GALORE: Because of a ban on raw fish, Min Jiang has come up with a fruity lo hei with bacon and white truffle oil, while Hua Ting Cantonese Restaurant is offering a fresh Hokkaido scallop and crispy conpoy lo hei. Sin Hwa Dee Foodstuff Industries says schools, which tend to be more particular about the well-being of their students, are going for vegetarian yusheng (above).

BT_20160206_RMCNY28B_2106526.jpg
NON-FISH LO HEI OPTIONS GALORE: Because of a ban on raw fish, Min Jiang has come up with a fruity lo hei with bacon and white truffle oil, while Hua Ting Cantonese Restaurant is offering a fresh Hokkaido scallop and crispy conpoy lo hei (above). Sin Hwa Dee Foodstuff Industries says schools, which tend to be more particular about the well-being of their students, are going for vegetarian yusheng.

Singapore

A BEARISH market and a ban on raw fish has not dampened the demand for yusheng - the prosperity toss made up of shredded vegetables and raw fish that has become a feature dish at Chinese New Year (CNY) celebrations here.

In fact, at some top restaurants demand for the...

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