Located in The Langham, Hong Kong two Michelin star T’ang Court celebrates the Year of the Horse with a special menu and festive puddings by Executive Chef Kwong Wai Keung…
Special Menu, available 31 January to 6 February
Filled with traditional, festive dishes the incredible menu includes double boiled dried oysters, braised whole abalone with fish maw and beche-de-mer, as well as a bounty of Lunar New Year Dim Sum.
Homemade New Year pudding, turnip pudding and taro pudding are headlining the sweets menu. All made with the finest ingredients and masters’ touch, they make a wonderful gift.
Langham Hotel Hong Kong
8 Peking Road,
(852) 2132 7898
Recently double Michelin star acclaimed restaurant, Tin Lung Heen at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is a wonderful option for Chinese New Year. Executive Chef, Paul Lau Ping Lui is regarded as one of the top Cantonese chefs in Hong Kong, with experience that spans over 36 years in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Guangzhou, Dubai and London.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, there will be a six-course degustation lunch and eight-course degustation dinner menu..
Lunch Menu, 31 January – 14 February
With a selection of the chef’s signature Dim Sum, including pork and scallop dumpling with tomato and golden shrimp dumpling, you’re sure to be seeing the New Year in with good fortune.
Dinner Menu, 31 January – 13 February
The celebratory dinner is based around the chef’s signature barbeque selection, including pork, chicken, goose, alongside steamed crab claws and chicken soup.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
International Commerce Centre
1 Austin Road West
(852) 2263 2080
One Michelin-starred and Three Toques restaurant, Shang Palace offers authentic Chinese cuisine inspired by Southeast China’s culinary traditions. Experience a unique Asian culinary journey in the heart of Paris. Head Chef, Frank Xu has created a special Chinese New Year menu to celebrate the Year of the Horse, including Kung Pao chicken, pan-fried turnip cake and mango pudding.
Shangri-La Hotel Paris
10 Avenue d’Iena,
(33) 1 53 67 19 41
In the heart of Soho’s belly is Chilli Fagara, an illustriously great Szechuan restaurant. Priding itself on the freshest seafood, vegetables and meat, chef Robert Wong is behind the restaurant’s Michelin star. With sizzling dishes coming out of the kitchen at great speed, choose from a three-tiered spice level for each dish. Specialities include baby squid, Chilli Fagara style crab and Mandarin fish. Reserve as quickly as possible as tables fill up quickly!
51A Graham St,
(85) 2 2893 3330