Swing into the Year of the Monkey
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.