Enjoy the Traditional Lion Dance Performance At The Chinese New Year Celebrations at Yauatcha, Bengaluru
The ‘Lion Dance’ is a traditional Chinese dance performed during Chinese New Year for good luck, as the lion is believed to be an auspicious animal. In Chinese culture, the lion symbolizes power, wisdom and superiority. The Traditional Lion Dance is performed at all Chinese festivals and big occasions to bring good fortune and chase away evil spirits.
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Red is a significant colour in Chinese culture and commonly used as an icon of prosperity, joy, and happiness during the Chinese New Year. Join us in our celebrations that begin on Friday 1st February. For reservations, call: +91 922 22 22 800 #yauatcha #yauatchabengaluru #bengaluru #chinese #newyear #ChineseNewYear #cuisine #cantonese #teahouse #foodie #foodlover
The Lion Dance is one of the most important traditions during Chinese New Year. It is performed to bring prosperity and good luck for the upcoming year. The Lion Dance is also a way to create a festive atmosphere and bring happiness. Enjoy the Traditional Lion Dance Performance as a part of Chinese New Year Celebrations at Yauatcha, Bengaluru on this Sunday, 10th February, 2019.
Enjoy a number of authentic Chinese celebratory dishes that are traditionally eaten during Chinese New Year along with some new additions using auspicious ingredients. Highlights of the Chinese New Year menu at Yauatcha include the intricately folded Yauatcha’s legendary dim sum that symbolize wealth in Chinese culture like, the vibrant red Spicy scallop dumpling, Wild mushroom dumpling, the quintessential Prawn and chicken shui mai and the crispy Baked lamb puff.
An exclusive Chinese New Year cocktail will be offered for the celebrations called Nagami Fortune featuring Beefeater, kumquat marmalade, raspberry cordial and lime juice.
From the wok dishes, one can enjoy the Stir fry chicken in chilli oil with sugar snap, shallot and leek, Steamed red snapper in superior soy sauce or the Stir-fry asparagus, lotus root and yam bean in pumpkin sauce and the Black truffle fried rice.
In addition, Yauatcha’s pastry team have created a limited-edition macaron with a Masaba Gupta designed pig stencilled in gold and flavoured with Mandarin.
When: Sunday, 10th February, 2019
Lion Dance Performance Timings: 1:30 pm, 5 pm and 8:30 pm
For Reservations: Call – 092222 22800
Place: Yauatcha, Level 5, 1 MG Road Mall