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Saturday, 20th February 2016

CNY Festive “Lo Hei” Lunch Celebration! 2016

The LSEAAS is pleased to announce that our Chinese New Year “Lo Hei” Lunch Celebration is round the corner!

This annual event is a mainstay of our alumni events calendar, and is always a great opportunity to reunite with fellow alumni and old friends, as well as to meet new friends and contacts.


Date: Saturday, 20 February 2016
Time: Lunch 12:00pm – 2:30pm
Venue: Red House Seafood (小红楼), 68 Princep Street, Singapore 188661

PARKING: Parking is available at Sunshine Plaza, POMO and Somerset Bencoolen.

Red House Seafood at Princep Street is a wonderfully inviting venue to enjoy seafood in a contemporary setting within an old shophouse, with the old-world charm of the conservation shophouse preserved and industrial touches injected. Old timber floors were retained and the wooden roof beams and rafters exposed to emphasize the building’s history.

* Red House Seafood will waive all corkage charges on the day of the lunch of 20 Feb. 2016. Guests are encouraged and welcome to bring your own wine/liquor to share in the festive cheer!

For those more swayed by food, the sumptous lunch MENU includes:

1. Double Happiness Yu Sheng
2. Crispy Cereal Shelled Prawns
3. Fresh Scallops and Mushroom with Broccoli
4. Braised Ocean Grouper with Gluten Puff & Whole Garlic
5. Canton Crispy Roasted Chicken
6. Scottish Brown Crabs in Red House Chilli Stew served with Mantou
7. Braised Ee-Fu Noodle with Assorted Mushroom & Chives
8. Chilled Mango Pomelo with Sago

About Red House Seafood:
Established in 1976, Red House is a seafood restaurant specialising in Asian seafood dishes and Singaporean favorites. Beginning as a single restaurant in a colonial house on Upper East Coast Road, it was literally located within a “Red House” and differentiated itself from other seafood places through red lanterns which decorated the exteriors.

Overtime, customers began to identify Red House by the lanterns, which signifies light and a positive spirit to commemorate reunions. Comprising two bowls with rice in the middle, the Red House logo alludes to families or friends gathering around a table for a meal and how food brings people closer together.

Red House Seafood has three branches located at East Coast, Robertson Quay and Prinsep Street.