Lotus Dining Group and Tokyo Lamington launch three limited edition Year of the Tiger flavours

To celebrate the start of Lunar New Year, Lotus Dining Group has teamed up with Tokyo Lamington to create three exclusive Year of the Tiger lamington flavours: The Tiger: Charcoal black sponge cake with a stripey yuzu, sesame cream and orange curd centre, dipped in white chocolate, covered with black sesame and orange coated coconutContinue reading “Lotus Dining Group and Tokyo Lamington launch three limited edition Year of the Tiger flavours”

A Culinary Experience of Lunar New Year

Aria For the first week of February welcome in the new lunar year by celebrating the finest flavours, as Aria pays homage to Chinese New Year. Aria will be offering an exclusive six course Chinese New Year tasting menu curated by Executive Chef Tom Gorringe. Price: $248 per person Available: Wednesday 2nd – Saturday 5thContinue reading “A Culinary Experience of Lunar New Year”

Lunar New Year at Longrain

Celebrate new beginnings over a feast at Longrain with your friends and family. This year, Longrain will be offering special dishes, drinks, and live entertainment to ring in the Year of the Tiger. Think crab X.O fried rice, steamed barramundi with ginger spring onion and black garlic, beef dumplings, and other signature dishes available onContinue reading “Lunar New Year at Longrain”

Yugen Tea Bar Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day offerings

Luna New Year On Tuesday 1st February, Yugen Tea Bar will be opening for a special banquet style dinner to celebrate Lunar New Year and the year of the Tiger. The menu is based around the lucky number 8 comprising 8 dishes for $88pp with the option of adding on a sashimi platter. There willContinue reading “Yugen Tea Bar Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day offerings”

Eye of the Tiger | Ring in the Lunar New Year with Lotus Dining Group

Sydney’s Lotus Dining Group is ready to ring in the Year of the Tiger across its six venues with a range of mouth-watering celebrations including tiger-themed banquets, lion dancers and lucky red envelope giveaways. From January 29 until February 13, each venue will serve up its own unique Lunar New Year inspired banquet with everythingContinue reading “Eye of the Tiger | Ring in the Lunar New Year with Lotus Dining Group”

Spice Temple rings in Lunar New Year with feasts of auspicious dishes 

If ever a New Year needed good luck, it’s 2022 and Spice Temple is embracing the Chinese custom of hustling in fortuitous times with feasts of auspicious dishes planned for the coming Lunar New Year celebrations. Executive Chef of regional Chinese restaurants Spice Temple Sydney and Melbourne, Andy Evans, and Melbourne Head Chef Joshua KerrContinue reading “Spice Temple rings in Lunar New Year with feasts of auspicious dishes “

Cannoleria launches cannoli special for Lunar New Year

Brown Sugar Boba Tea Cannoli.  To celebrate 2021 Lunar New Year festivities for Year of the Ox, Cannoleria by That’s Amore will be launching a special Cannoli of the Week on Friday, 19th February. Thinking outside the box and mixing tradition with modernity, the new limited-edition flavour is Brown Sugar Boba Tea Cannoli. The concept isContinue reading “Cannoleria launches cannoli special for Lunar New Year”

Crown heralds the new Lunar Year with inspiring public tribute to Australians who embody the strength of the Ox

Acclaimed photographer Sam Wong brings the Year of the Ox to life with a powerful portrait series on Crown’s iconic Riverwalk fire towers – showcasing everyday Aussies exemplifying extraordinary strength.  To welcome the new Lunar Year, Crown Melbourne is unveiling a public art series along Crown’s iconic fire towers, Portraits of Strength. A touching two-week tribute,Continue reading “Crown heralds the new Lunar Year with inspiring public tribute to Australians who embody the strength of the Ox”

Kylie Kwong teams up with Mama Fuh for a Lunar Feast

To honour Lunar New Year 2021, the Year of the Ox, Eat Fuh and Kylie Kwong have created two exclusive dishes for the South Eveleigh community. Both dishes reflect the rich cultural heritage of the creators, but also the multicultural flavour of the unique location. Both dishes will be available at Eat Fuh on 6Continue reading “Kylie Kwong teams up with Mama Fuh for a Lunar Feast”

Uh-oh! Need last minute plans? Valentine’s Day + Lunar New Year availability

Looking for some seriously last-minute ideas for Valentine’s Day and Lunar New Year? Check out what’s on offer at Salt & Palm and No.5 Restaurant & Bar. Salt & Palm is a hidden leafy retreat in the heart of Glebe and does not disappoint in delivering authentic and flavourful Indonesian cuisine. Valentine’s Day/Galentine’s DayOffering bothContinue reading “Uh-oh! Need last minute plans? Valentine’s Day + Lunar New Year availability”

Celebrate Lunar New Year at LILYMU

LILYMU has created a decadent set menu to ring in the Lunar New Year with family and friends and special entertainment, including a traditional Lion Dance from the Jin Wu Koon Dragon and Lion Dance Association.  LILYMU’S Lunar New Year banquet, alongside a selection of add-on specials, will be available on Friday, 12 February, replacingContinue reading “Celebrate Lunar New Year at LILYMU”

Butter | Chinese New Year + Valentine’s Day

Butter Sydney (Surry Hills, Parramatta and Chatswood) will be celebrating the Year of the Ox with their specially curated Peking Cluck Menu. The Peking Cluck centres around Butter’s crispy fried chicken, with 10 thigh strips, pancake wrappers, green shallots, fresh cucumber, hoisin, plum sauce and prawn crackers. The menu is available for $45.  There isContinue reading “Butter | Chinese New Year + Valentine’s Day”

Celebrate Lunar New Year at David’s and Oriental Teahouse

Chinese New Year is right around the corner and to celebrate the Year of the Ox, David’s and Oriental Teahouse are taking special dinner bookings on Friday, 12 February that will treat patrons to live lion dances, red coin pockets and their famous yum cha to welcome in the new lunar year. David’s will alsoContinue reading “Celebrate Lunar New Year at David’s and Oriental Teahouse”

Lunar New Year at Lotus Dining Group

With Lunar New Year just around the corner, the team at Lotus Dining Group are primed and ready to celebrate the Year of the Ox with a range of festive celebrations across their Sydney venues – from banquets and lion dancers through to dumpling and cocktail masterclasses.   Each venue has carefully crafted its own unique LunarContinue reading “Lunar New Year at Lotus Dining Group”

Celebrate Chinese New Year at Aria

For Aria’s Chinese New Year celebrations, Executive Chef Joel Bickford has created a special six-course tasting menu and premium eight-course degustation to celebrate the Lunar New Year, available from 17–24 February.  Menu highlights include fatty pork jowl paired with Chinese broccoli, classic XO sauce and fermented black garlic; raw pearl meat from pristine coastal waters withContinue reading “Celebrate Chinese New Year at Aria”

Gong Xi Fa Cai – Happy Chinese New Year

Spice Temple rings in Year of the Ox with a feast of auspicious dishes.  Spice Temple is ushering in the Chinese New Year with an elaborate banquet of nine delicious, auspicious dishes, which signify good luck for the year ahead. Executive Chef of Spice Temple in Sydney and Melbourne Andy Evans, and Melbourne Head ChefContinue reading “Gong Xi Fa Cai – Happy Chinese New Year”