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Chinese New Year Lunar Feasts 2015

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Published January 24th 2015
Celebrate Chinese New Year with these feasts
Sink your teeth into this Chinese New Year with the many delightful and scrumptious Asian cuisines below that will suit all budgets and taste buds.

Sydney restaurants will be serving up these delicious set-price menus. Do note that bookings are essential at all restaurants.

See below for some of the Lunar Feasts - for all Lunar Feasts please see website.

1. Spice Temple
When: Lunch: 12noon- 3pm (Monday-Friday), Dinner: 6pm-10pm (Monday-Wednesday) & Dinner 6pm-10:30pm (Thursday – Saturday)
Where: 10 Bligh St, Sydney
Cost: $95pp
Details: Neil Perry and Head Chef Andy Evans will serve up a special banquet menu using ingredients promoting health, wealth and fertility for the New Year.

2. Golden Century Seafood
When: Noon-4am
Where: 393-399 Sussex St, Haymarket
Cost: $50pp
Details: The menu includes minced beef egg white soup, sautéed king prawns with goose pate, braised dried oysters, whole conpoy & seaweed, boiled rice & golden cake.

3.Chinese Noodle House
When: 10am-9:30pm
Where: TG2, Price Centre, 8 Quay St, Haymarket
Cost: $20pp
Details: Menu includes braised eggplant & rice or fried noodles, served with pork & chive dumplings, chicken broth and a soft drink.

4. Old Town Hong Kong Cuisine
When: 11am-2am
Where: 10A Dixon St, Haymarket
Cost: $35pp
Details: Menu consists of peking duck with buns, xiao long bao, pork, vegetables, deep fried prawns, fried rice, dessert and a cocktail.

5. Mizuya
When: 5:30pm-10pm
Where: Basement, 614 George St, Sydney
Cost: $30pp (minimum four people)
Details: Izakaya appetiser plate, assorted grill skewers, frilled miso chicken and green tea cheesecake are on the menu.

6. Chat Thai Haymarket
When: 10am-2am
Where: 20 Campbell St, Haymarket
Cost: $20pp
Details: The menu consists of aromatic Thai sausages, snapper fillets in red curry, jasmine rice, Singha beer or a glass of sauvignon blanc.

7. Umi Kaiten Zushi
When: 11:30am-10pm
Where: Shop 1, Sydney Central Building, 477 Pitt St, Sydney
Cost: $40pp (minimum two people)
Details: This five course dinner consists of a cocktail, salmon tataki, assorted sushi, prawn yakiudon, chicken hotplate and tempura green tea ice-cream.

8. Marigold Restaurant
When: from 5:30pm (excludes 18 & 19 February 2015)
Where: 683 George St, Sydney
Cost: $30pp (minimum two people)
Details: This set yum cha menu consists of eight varieties and a glass of wine, beer or soft drink.

9. Blue Eye Dragon
When: Lunch: Noon-2:30pm (Tuesday-Friday) & Dinner: 6pm-9:30pm (Tuesday- Saturday)
Where: 37 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont
Cost: $50pp (8 course) or $60pp (10course) – minimum four people
Details: Both eight and ten courses consist of banquet including mains, seafood and a bottle of wine to the value of $50.

10. The Eight Modern Chinese Restaurant
When: Lunch: Noon-3:30pm & Dinner: 5pm-11pm
Where: Level 3, Market City, Haymarket
Cost: $50pp (minimum four people)
Details: Feast on a BBQ tasting platter with scallops, beef, salt & pepper calamari, chicken, fried rice and fresh fruit platter.

11. Fat Buddha
When: Lunch: 11:30am-3:30pm & Dinner: 5pm-9pm
Where: Queen Victoria Building, Level 2, 455 George St, Sydney
Cost: $55pp
Details: Menu includes chicken san choy bow, king prawns, sea scallops with snow peas, sauté veal, chicken & cashew, and seafood fried rice.
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Why? Celebrate Chinese New Year with a feast
When: 13 February 2015- 1 March 2015
Where: See above for all address details
Cost: See above
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