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Prosperity on a Plate: Luxurious Menus for Chinese language New Yr

Prosperity on a Plate: Luxurious Menus for Chinese language New Yr

As we transition into the Year of the Dragon, here are some of our favourite Chinese menus with which to celebrate the coming good fortune, happiness and abundance.

The Legacy House

Rosewood Hong Kong’s Legacy House is offering an eight-course Chinese New Year Delights dinner menu on February 7-19. Among the dishes and fine ingredients in the luxurious spread are double-boiled fish-maw soup with sea whelk, bamboo pith and young coconut, stewed razor clams with bamboo shoot and salted lemon, and braised rice with abalone and diced chicken.

Man Wah

At the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, the one-Michelin-star Man Wah is delivering seasonal specialities on February 10-18, which include abalone with duck, melon, jellyfish and mango with a sesame dressing, braised turnip filled with conpoy, dried oysters and black sea moss, cod fish and shrimp dumplings and siu mai with black sea moss and dried oyster. On weekends during the same period, you’ll also find a special dim-sum menu filled with exquisite Cantonese delights.


Between February 1 and 25, the one-Michelin-star Duddell’s is offering two Lunar New Year set menus. Choose from a six-course menu with dishes such as double-boiled chicken soup with fish maw, ginseng and dendrobium, and sautéed lobster with black-bean sauce and broccoli, or an eight-course set featuring delicacies that include deep-fried shrimp paste puff with honey-glazed barbecued pork, and braised four-head South African abalone and shiitake mushroom with abalone sauce.

Lung King Heen

Aside from myriad festive hampers, Chinese puddings and poon choi, the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong’s two-Michelin-star Lung King Heen has created special lunch, dinner and à la carte menus to welcome the auspicious Year of the Dragon. Highlights include wok-fried lobster with lily bulbs, ginkgo and black truffle, braised conpoy with dried oysters and sea moss, braised seasonal vegetables with crab roe cream, and Dragon Well tea-infused crème with vanilla pear compote. 

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The Merchants

For the tastes of Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang this Chinese New Year, head to The Merchants at Forty-Five on February 11, where a panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline and fireworks are complemented by a one-night-only menu offering everything from traditional deep-fried pomfret in sweet soy sauce, and stir-fried Australian lobster with mild spicy sauce, to fried-rice abalone, sea cucumber, bottarga and shrimp.

Source: Prestige Online

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