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Chinese New Year deals in Mumbai

Chinese New Year deals in Mumbai

It’s the Chinese year of the horse and it starts tomorrow, January 31, 2014! To celebrate Chinese New Year, restaurants and shops around the city are coming out with great deals.

Get into celebration mode with some great set meals and special menus from restaurants around the city. Starting tomorrow, restaurants across town will dish out great meals and if you love Chinese cuisine, do not miss out on these deals, since 4 to 5-star restaurants are offering these set menus in Mumbai.

With the year of the horse beginning with Chinese New Year, Auriga has launched a special menu to honour the festival. With a 5-course menu that includes a traditional Chinese hot pot as well as several vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, there’s a lot to choose from here. Pick Vermicelli Noodle Soup, Glass Noodle Scallion, Salt and Pepper Tofu, Cantonese Style Mushrooms, Cantonese Rice, Seafood Broth, Crispy Fried Fish, Pan-Fried Chicken Dumpling, Ginger Scallion Scented Steamed Fish and Prosperity Noodle. Desserts include Hot Kahlua chocolate soufflé or Cashew and water chestnut cream. You’re also offered a pot of their signature green tea, so you can pick from brands such as Dolce Vita, Blue Jade, La Vie En Rose, Jasmine Tea and their special Auriga blend which is a green tea infused with chrysanthemum and Lychee.
Price: Non-vegetarian 5-course: Rs1,199; vegetarian 5-course: Rs999 (for one)
When: Up to February 6, 2014
Where: Auriga, Off Dr E Moses Road, Mahalaxmi
Contact: 022-4347 2505/06

Chao Ban
Chao Ban is celebrating the start of a new year with a delectable a-la-carte food menu for two weeks. You can choose from a wide array of dishes and sip on an endless flow of delicious Chinese tea to stay rejuvenated through the meal. Vegetarians can pick Rangoon Aubergine (Baton Julain Chilli) and Stuffed Bean Curd – Char to the Stuffed Potato while non-vegetarians can pick Prosperity Chicken (Diced pieces of chicken, carrots, green peas, mushroom & cucumber) and Longivity Egg (Chin Tan – Steam egg) and Happiness Fish (Thein C Yee – available in garupa and red snapper). Head over to sample all their great new dishes.
Price: Rs1,500 for two (inclusive of taxes)
When: Up to February 15, 2014
Where: Chao Ban , Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai.
Contact: 022-4915 0055

Craving some delicious dim sum? Make your way down to Yauatcha on a Sunday where they are giving you a chance to sample some amazing dim sum. Prashant Issar, vice president of KA Hospitality, says, “At Yauatcha we believe in maintaining and setting new standards of quality and experimenting with food whilst keeping the dishes as authentic in nature as possible. With Chinese New Year around the corner, we take this opportunity to celebrate arguably the most famous and delicious cuisine in the world. Patrons will get the opportunity to dine on some authentic specialties, conjured up for this auspicious occasion to celebrate the year of the horse.”
Price: Rs1,800 for two; dim sum from Rs150-400 and main courses from Rs300-1,500
When: Sundays, from noon to 4pm
Where: Yauatcha, Raheja Tower, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (E)
Contact: 1800-266-1000

Ramada Powai
Ramada Powai is celebrating Chinese New Year with a range of authentic Chinese dishes to help celebrate the year of the horse. There are several delicious dishes on offer at rooftop restaurant, Skky, including Crab Claw, Duck Spring Roll and some great dim sums.
Price: Rs1,800-2,000 (for two)
When: Up to February 2, 2014
Where: Skky, Ramada, Powai Hotel & Conventional Centre, Saki Vihar Road, Powai
Contact: 022-6777 6000

This Chinese New Year, Haochi brings you a Special Treat, along with a special menu to welcome the Year of the Horse! A special menu has been created for this New Year by Chef Gautam Mehrishi and the two Chefs from China – Chef Gao Fu Liang and Chef Xiang Shi Hong. “Food is considered to be a big part of the New Year celebrations in China. Food symbolizes joy, success, fortunes and long life. During the New Year, the Chinese eat oranges as it symbolizes prosperity. At the New Year’s Eve dinner, normally fish is served. Dumplings are the most important dish in Northern China. Thus we have created a menu specially keeping the traditions in consideration,” says Chef Gautam Mehrishi, executive chef, Sun n Sand Hotels.
Price: Rs3,000 + taxes (for two)
When: Up to February 5, 2014
Where: Haochi, Sun N Sand, Juhu
Contact: 022-6693 8888

Celebrate the year of the horse with an authentic spread of dishes from Cantonese cuisine restaurant, Hakkasan, Mumbai. The exquisite meal includes a lavish setting, great cuisine and friendly service so you can celebrate in style. The special Chinese New Year menu includes a lot of favourites and specialities so head over to take a look.
Price: Rs2,500 + taxes (for one)
When: Up to February 1, 2014
Where: Hakkasan, Bandra West, Mumbai
Contact: 022-2644 4444

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