FREE Limited Edition Cute CNY Theme Tang Yuan [ Collaboration With Deliveroo Singapore]

​It’s the start of a new decade, and Lunar New Year is fast squeaking up on us! Happy to team up with Deliveroo Singapore to design this adorable tang yuan to usher in the year of rat.

Traditionally eaten during Chinese festivities like birthdays, weddings, the Winter Solstice Festival and Chinese New Year, these round glutinous rice balls represent family togetherness and are thought to bring financial prosperity to those who eat them during the new year.

Here’s your chance to sweeten your reunions with family and friends with these sweet and auspicious tang yuans…

Available exclusively from Deliveroo Food Market on 31 January and 1 February with every order*, each three-piece set stars the first animal in the Zodiac, known for their intelligence, quick wit and fertility. All tang yuans are carefully designed and lovingly handmade by me, with each bowl featuring two adorably-designed mouse characters along with a mandarin orange. These tang yuans are filled with sweet red bean paste, pairing perfectly with a bowl of cool and fragrant pandan ginger syrup.

The limited-edition desserts will come along with both dine-in and delivery orders on the seventh and eighth day of the Lunar New Year, ​31 January and 1 February, ​from ​Deliveroo Food Market at ALICE@Mediapolis​, while stocks last. Mark your calendars now 😉

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Jervie David Montejar
A food lover who wants to try every delicious dishes around him and spread the news to everyone to try it as well. Finding the latest trends about food and restaurants around Cebu and the rest of the world :) "Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first." -Ernestine Ulmer
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