Sydneysiders are invited to enjoy out-of-this-world dining experiences at the brand-new Lunar Feasts series.
Running for the first time as part of the City of Sydney’s Chinese New Year Festival, Lunar Feasts offers diners set-price meals at award-winning foodie hot spots, including Din Tai Fung, Misschu, Ms G’s and Chefs Gallery.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore said Lunar Feasts was a chance to eat fantastic food without denting your wallet.
“Food is an essential ingredient of any Chinese New Year celebration,” the Lord Mayor said.
“We have some of Australia’s best Asian restaurants in Sydney – so whether you’re after a late-night snack in Chinatown or want to indulge in a banquet by the water, our Lunar Feasts program has something to offer.”
With choices from as low as $20, everyone can explore the best Asian cuisine in town and celebrate the Year of the Snake.
Sydney’s Chinese New Year Lunar Feasts highlights include:
Blue Eye Dragon – 37 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont.
Enjoy a 10-course Taiwanese banquet with a complimentary bottle of wine for $50pp.
Bodhi Restaurant – 2 College Street, Sydney.
Feast on a vegan yum cha tasting platter, made using locally grown produce, for $30pp.
Chat Thai – 20 Campbell Street, Haymarket.
Enjoy a long lunch of fresh spring rolls and delicious snapper curry for $20pp.
Chefs Gallery – Regent Place, 501 George Street, Sydney.
Discover unique dishes from all corners of China with a premium deluxe banquet for $30pp.
China Republic – Shop 10.41, World Square Shopping Centre, 644 George Street, Sydney.
Enjoy a decadent lunch featuring oysters, duck pancakes and a dessert platter for $50pp.
Din Tai Fung – Shop 11.04, World Square Shopping Centre, 644 George Street, Sydney.
Sample Din Tai Fung’s world-famous xiao long bao, wontons and other delights for $20pp.
Fat Noodle – Level 1, The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont.
Choose from two special Chinese New Year set menus, including wine, for $20 or $30pp.
Misschu – 150 Bourke Street, Darlinghurst and Regent Place, 501 George Street, Sydney.
Chow down on rice paper rolls, beef pho and a frozen crushie for $20pp.
Mizuya Japanese Restaurant and Karaoke – 614 George Street, Sydney.
Indulge yourself with a tasting plate featuring izakaya appetisers, grilled miso chicken and green tea cheesecake for $30pp.
Ms G’s – 155 Victoria Street, Potts Point.
Enjoy a decadent eight-course lunch banquet designed by Dan Hong, served with a cocktail slushie, for $50pp.
The Century – Harbourside, The Star, Pirrama Road, Pyrmont.
Celebrate with a banquet feast including lo hei, a ‘lucky’ New Year dish, for $50pp.
The Eight Modern Chinese Restaurant – Level 3, Market City, 9-13 Hay Street, Sydney.
Dine on an eight-course menu including seafood, beef, chicken and fresh fruit for $50pp.
Umi Sushi + Udon – Shop TR, Darling Quarter, 1-25 Harbour Street, Sydney.
Discover new flavours like lucky marbles and spinach udon with wagyu beef for $30pp.
Zo Zo Korean – Shop 10.26 World Square Shopping Centre, 644 George Street, Sydney.
Choose from three set menus including kimchi, bibimbap and hot pot for $20, $30 or $50pp.
Opening hours, booking requirements and terms and conditions vary between restaurants.
For more information, visit: sydneychinesenewyear.com/food
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