Celebrate Chinese New Year with these exclusive Chinatown London restaurant offers
Bespoke dishes! Exclusive set menus! Enjoy all these and more this Chinese New Year in Chinatown London.
If Chinese New Year means one thing in Chinatown London, it’s a joyful celebration of song, dance, colour and – of course – delicious food! To honour this most auspicious of days, these participating restaurants are offering customers exclusive discounts. Don’t miss out on the foodie fun and get yourself down to Chinatown this Chinese New Year.
For Chinese New Year, cult dessert destination, Bubblewrap are launching not one, not two, but three lip-smacking toppings for their Instagram-worthy egg waffle cones. Their special toppings are Black Sesame Gelato, Fresh Matcha Cream and Strawberry Mochi.
Black sesame is one of the most popular ingredients in Chinese cuisine and black sesame desserts are particularly popular in China during Chinese New Year. The fresh matcha cream is in honour of China’s tea culture, while strawberry mochi is all about the colour red! Over Chinese New Year it’s the lucky colour of good fortune.
The much-revered XU have launched two exclusive set menus especially for Chinese New Year. Since opening in 2017, the elegant, Tawainese eatery quickly became one of Chinatown – and London’s – must-visit restaurants.
XU Chinese New Year £65 Menu
This tasty set menu includes a welcome drink, bakkwa and lap yuk pork belly, a selection of starters and a choice of main. All are served with yummy sides including, lardo rice, mushroom glutinous rice and seasonal greens.
XU Chinese New Year £45 Menu
Enjoy bakkwa and lap yuk pork belly, a selection of starters and rice and seasonal greens on the side with this set menu.
Chinatown London is the only place to be this Chinese New Year. Join in the celebrations on Friday 16th February and ring in the Year of the Dog in style!
Bali Laksa £8
The Malaysian restaurant has created a tempting bespoke dish, Bali Laksa, especially for Chinese New Year. A rich coconut soup brimming with vegetables, lontong rice cakes, prawns and chili, it has that tasty umami hit of rich, sweet, sour and spicy!
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