Celebrate The Chinese New Year At These Restaurants In Mumbai

Today, people across the world are celebrating the first day of the Chinese New Year; the year of the Monkey. Also known as the Spring Festival, the start of the Chinese New Year is followed by fifteen days of celebrations and rituals. Start your New Year on the right note by getting you fill of these new menus in Mumbai.

Yauatcha

 

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To celebrate the year of the monkey, Yauatcha has decorated its space with red origami monkeys. Guests’ attention will be pulled away from the monkeys, however, by the exclusive menu that Yauatcha has released for the New Year, which includes dishes like the kiwi and black olive dumpling, braised pork belly and Yauatcha’s legendary macarons in new flavours.

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Oh:Cha

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Oh:Cha has put together a brand new five course Pan Asian menu in celebration of the New Year with appetisers like Thai Honey Sesame Chicken, Grilled Prawn cakes, Gado Gado salad, Nasi Goreng, Yaki Udon and authentic desserts like Sticky Rice and Mango Ice cream and Banana Tempura with Honey Sesame & Coconut Ice cream. Stay tuned for our review of Oh:Cha’s menu soon!

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Hakkasan

 

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The global head chef of Hakkasan, Stanley Lum Wah Cheok has created a limited edition menu with dishes that are especially auspicious for the year of the Monkey. On the menu is a clear soup with prawns and scallops, Lamb with vegetables and pine nuts, baked silver cod in miso sauce, stir fry ramen noodles and wok fried chicken. There will also be a special banana and peanut cake topped with five spice infused cream for dessert and a 9 Hou cocktail for drinks. Customers can enjoy the menu at Rs. 2888 per person.

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By The Mekong

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The beautiful By The Mekong at St Regis is serving a special menu with delicacies like steamed pumpkin with custard, salmon and peal and and braised mushrooms and broccoli. Customers will also receive a complimentary welcome drink and unlimited Chinese tea.

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Pa Pa Ya

 

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From Pa Pa Ya’s Executive Chef, Sahil Singh comes a special curated menu for the New Year with dishes like the Black pepper billet, roasted sesame bubble, twice cooked Berkshire pork belly and Drunken noodles.

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