Get the Year of the Tiger off to a roaring start with Marriott Bonvoy Dining
25 Jan 2022
Chinese New Year is all about spreading joy and good fortune to family, friends and colleagues. Make memories with loved ones through gourmet dining experiences and sharing auspicious gifts.
Celebrate Chinese New Year in luxurious style at beautiful restaurants across the city
Say farewell to the Ox and hello to the Year of the Tiger at Modern Cantonese restaurant Yue. Award-winning Executive Chinese Chef Jacky Chung Chi Keung has created a menu featuring dishes with classic festive greetings, such as Roasted Suckling Pig; Deep-fried Crab Shell filled with Crabmeat and Onions; Braised Bird's Nest Soup with Minced Chicken; Wok-fried Spotted Garoupa Fillet; and Fried Rice with Abalone. The meal ends with a scrumptious desert of Sweetened Red Bean Soup with Glutinous Rice Dumplings, Lotus Seed and Aged Tangerine Peel. Also housed at Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel is Café Lantau, which is presenting a mesmerizing lunch buffet akin to Ali Baba’s cave. Promising an auspicious celebration, delicacies on offer include Lotus Root Dried Oyster Soup with Black Moss and Pork Tongue; Steamed Sabah Giant Garoupa; Braised Goose Web with Mushroom and Fresh Lettuce; Sautéed Prawn and Sliced Cuttlefish with Vegetable; Roasted Crispy Pigeon; and Roasted Suckling Pig.
For a truly glamorous Chinese New Year lunch, two MICHELIN-starred Chinese restaurant Tin Lung Heen, located on the 102nd floor of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, is the place to be. Executive Chef Paul Lau has curated an array of delicacies for guests to celebrate and embrace the New Year fortune with friends and loved ones. Highlighted dishes include Braised Hokkaido Superior Sea Cucumber Stuffed with Minced Shrimp; Steamed Egg White Topped with Scallop and Crab Meat in Crab Roe Sauce; Braised Fresh Abalone and Air-dried Oyster Served with Bamboo Fungus and Sea Moss.
Braised Hokkaido Superior Sea Cucumber & More - Tin Lung Heen, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Embracing seasonal ingredients, one MICHELIN-starred Cantonese restaurant Man Ho at the JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong is presenting an à la carte menu abundant with auspicious specialities that is sure to spread good fortune. Dreaming of good wealth in the New Year – order the Braised Dried Oysters with Black Moss. Hoping for prosperity – try the Yusheng Abalone. Wishing for better luck – enjoy the Boiled Dried Oysters, Black Moss and Pork Tongue Soup.
Main Dining Hall - Man Ho, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
At Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers’s Celestial Court, Executive Chinese Chef Jack Chan has prepared a prosperous Chinese New Year menu, featuring dishes that come from the heart and are inspired by his childhood. Stand out dishes include the Braised Duck and the Braised Supreme Dried Seafood, both of which are served with Pearl Barley, Diced Abalone, Conpoy, Lotus Seed, Yunnan Ham, Black Mushroom, and Salty Egg Yolk.
Braised Duck stuffed with Pearl Barley and Diced Abalone - Celestial Court, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers
Orchestrate an elevated occasion with an abundant eight-course Deluxe Poon Choi Menu at Dynasty, located at Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel. Diners will uncover a myriad of alluring delicacies including the Chilled Shredded Abalone with Shredded Assorted Vegetable; Deluxe Poon Choi; Double Boiled Pork Knuckle Soup with Bamboo Fungus and Cabbage; and Sweetened Red Bean Cream with Dumplings, to name a few.
Poon Choi - Dynasty, Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel
Kick off the New Year by making new traditions with loved ones, such as celebrating with an Afternoon Tea. The trendy KITCHEN at W Hong Kong is presenting a “Fur-roar-cious Bites” Afternoon Tea Set, featuring a selection of Instagrammable nibbles such as Lobster Orange Caviar Tart; Braised Abalone; and W BBQ Puffs; as well as sweet treats including Raspberry Cheesecake and Birds Nest.
‘Fur-roar-cious Bites’ Afternoon Tea Set - KITCHEN, W Hong Kong
Enjoy Chinese New Year cakes at home and gift to loved ones
In addition to an array of dining experiences, enjoy a variety of Chinese New Year cakes that can be gifted to loved ones.
Tin Lung Heen has delicious treats including a Classic Tin Lung Heen Chinese Coconut Pudding, a Classic Tin Lung Heen Turnip Pudding with Conpoy, a Premium Tin Lung Heen Chinese Coconut Pudding Gift Set, a Premium Tin Lung Heen Turnip Pudding with Conpoy Gift Set, and a Premium Tin Lung Heen Red Dates and Bird’s Nest Coconut Pudding Gift Set.
Rùn has created three handmade Chinese New Year puddings: Japanese Daikon Radish Pudding; Rose-Flavored Brown Sugar Pudding; and Taro Cake with Japanese Dried Oysters; as well as a traditional glutinous rice pudding prepared by one MICHELIN-starred Chef Hung Chi-Kwong, which is symbolic for reaching new heights of prosperity in the forthcoming year.
Spread festive blessings with Dynasty’s ‘Auspicious Chinese New Year Pudding’. Handcrafted by the award-winning culinary team, the irresistible pudding is perfectly doughy and delicately sweet thanks to the hint of coconut milk.
Man Ho has released two signature gourmet puddings for the Year of the Tiger. Made with premium Chinese red dates and a garnish of coconut milk, the Chinese New Year pudding with gold leaf and mashed red dates is a nourishing treat packed with an alluring aroma and the right amount of sweetness. The turnip pudding with preserved meat highlights refined ingredients including locally-sourced preserved sausages and Japanese dried scallops, creating a perfect symphony of umami flavours.
Lastly, Yue’s Chef Jacky Chung Chi Keung has prepared two beautifully packaged festive puddings that symbolize “reaching new heights of prosperity”: a creative Parma Ham Turnip Cake, and an Okinawa Brown Sugar Ginger Pudding.