Culinary Celebrations for Lunar New Year - En Route

Culinary Celebrations for Lunar New Year

Where to Eat, Drink & Celebrate Lunar New Year

SYDNEY

 

Est. – CBD

Culinary mastermind, Dan Hong and Crazy Rich Asians actor, Remy Hii have joined forces to launch a modern luxe rendition of an age-old title game, at the Johnnie Walker Blue Label Mahjong Club. Taking over Merivale’s Bridge Street icon, for one-day-only on Saturday 17 February, the iconic due will invite Sydneysiders to bring in The Year of the Wood Dragon by trying their hand at the fast-paced tile game, along with an auspicious menu of reimagined delicacies made by Dan’s modern fusion fair paired with bespoke cocktails.

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Lilymu – Parramatta

The contemporary Pan-Asian restaurant that serves as a vibrant intersection of culture, cuisine, and tradition. To celebrate the Year of the Dragon, Lilymu has curated a menu of delicious dishes for diners to enjoy, showcasing a blend of culinary delights.

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Taphouse – Darlinghurst

Join the Darlinghurst pub on February 10th for their Chinese New Year rooftop party. Expect a feasting menu of Cantonese signatures, DJ sets and free-flowing drinks all night long (tickets $89pp).

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DOPA – Multiple locations

Sydney’s favourite retro Japanese fast-casual eatery, DOPA, will be serving up a limited-edition Spicy Karaage menu for Lunar New Year! Embrace your inner dragon with the Spicy Karaage Skewer ($8) or Spicy Karaage Don ($18), available to order from all DOPA stores from Feb 5 – March 3.

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MELBOURNE

 

Spice Temple – Southbank

Executive Chef of Spice Temple Sydney and Melbourne Andy Evans and Melbourne Head Chef Maggie Chan have curated special banquet menus to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. The menu showcases golden bao buns that represent wealth, abalone which symbolises wealth and power, as well as classic dishes eaten during Lunar New Year celebrations, such as raw fish Yu Sheng salad, otherwise known as ‘Prosperity Toss’, which symbolises good luck for the new year.

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Moonhouse -Balaclava

Moonhouse is doing either a A La Carte menu or $75 banquet-style menu, available for dinner only, on February 9, 10 and 11. ​Diners can expect to celebrate the auspicious festival with a feast of traditional Lunar New Year-inspired dishes including roasted duck pancakes, longevity noodles and beef and bone marrow spring rolls.

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David’s – CBD

Enjoy the comforting aromas of steaming dumplings, trolleys brimming with bamboo baskets, and the joyful sounds of clinking teacups. The celebratory Yum Cha features your usual favourites such as Authentic Prawn Dumplings, Shanghai Xiao Long Bao, Braised Pork Belly, and gooey White Chocolate Dumplings.

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Miss Mi – CBD

The menu encourages you to explore new tastes and aromas as you would on a sojourn to Bangkok or Borneo. Enjoy the energy of the open-kitchen as you sink into plush banquette seating to enjoy a heady cocktail with your favourite friends. Or pull up a bistro-style table and let the adventure begin.

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