A Year of Good Health with Feng Shui Inn’s 4 Seasons Menus

From 7 April 2020 to 4 May 2020, Feng Shui Inn will remain open for takeaway orders. View Menu.

As the seasons change, so does the climate, affecting our health and physiology. Looking to traditional Chinese medicine for inspiration, Feng Shui Inn has designed four very special menus for each quarter of the year. Curated to represent each season in flavour and mood, these menus also provide the right ingredients to ensure your good health throughout the year as each season goes by.  

Menu availability period: 9 March to 31 May 2020

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Spring

Set a healthy tone for the rest of the year and boost your immunity

As the ‘first’ season of the year, the spring season represents the birth of all things new, and an opportunity to set the right tone by boosting one’s immunity, focusing on the liver. 

Menu Highlight:
Double-boiled Chinese Ginseng and Peach Gum with Pork Rib Soup
  
Peach gum is known for its high nutritional value, and with this dish, is double-boiled in a tonic soup comprising Chinese herbs such as ginseng and wolfberries, and succulent pork ribs. Rich in amino acids, vitamins and inorganic salts, the tasty soup’s effects include strengthening the liver and invigorating one’s vitality. 

From SGD26

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Summer

Counter the hot summer days with these refreshing creations for a stronger constitution


In summer, the nights are short and the days are long and hot. As a result, the focus for this season is to provide food that boosts the heart and encourages better sleep and better digestion to have the energy to get through the months. 

Menu Highlights:
Assorted Fresh Fruits Salad with Bird’s Nest
  
Used in traditional Chinese cuisine and medicine for centuries, the rare and delicate bird’s nest has long been believed to possess powerful healing qualities, ranging from the ability to relieve fatigue to improve digestion. Rich in protein, this dish pairs it with fresh fruit such as rock melon and dragon fruit to help cool down the body in the sweltering summer heat.

From SGD18

View Summer Menu.

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