Swing into the Year of the Mon­key

HK Magazine - - SPOTLIGHT -

With Chi­nese New Year rapidly ap­proach­ing, W Hong Kong is get­ting its cel­e­bra­tions into top gear with ex­clu­sive fes­ti­val dishes for fam­ily and friends to en­joy. From Fe­bru­ary 8-22, its au­then­tic Can­tonese res­tau­rant Sing Yin will be of­fer­ing an ex­cit­ing lunch and din­ner set for ea­ger din­ers.

What can you ex­pect? Amaz­ing dishes like sautéed scal­lops with cordy­ceps flower and elm fun­gus: With scal­lops freshly im­ported all the way from Canada for their firm, fleshy tex­ture and their size, this is a real win­ner. Also look out for baked crab shell stuffed with crab meat, onion, mush­room and cheese, braised goose web with sea moss and black mush­room and so much more—all of which can all be en­joyed for just $3,520 for four peo­ple or $8,280 for eight.

For lunchtime there is a set menu for $368 per per­son. Need­less to say, pop­u­lar desserts like turnip cake or rice pud­ding are also built into the price of all set menus, be­cause it wouldn’t be Chi­nese New Year with­out a few sweet treats to en­joy, would it?

If you’re look­ing for less tra­di­tional din­ing choices, from Jan­uary 2 to Fe­bru­ary 29 head over to Woo­bar for the pros­per­ous red and gold tea set and in­dulge in a buf­fet se­lec­tion of af­ter­noon de­lights. Spoil your­self with Can­tonese fa­vorites such as char siu and Beijing duck, or go for some­thing sweeter in the form of Woo­bar’s rasp­berry cake— shaped like a Chi­nese fire­cracker, of course.


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