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Lunar New Year at Pearl

Where
r1013/50 Bridge St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
Entry on Young St, Quay Quarter Tower
When

Weekdays, 12pm to 9pm Saturdays, 5:30pm to 9pm Friday 9 February to Saturday 24 February

Tuesday to Friday 12pm - 2.30pm, 5.30pm - 9pm Saturday 5.30pm - 9pm Lion Dance at 7pm on Friday 9th February.

Add luxury and prosperity to your Lunar New Year festivities at Pearl Dining. 

Gather your friends and family to celebrate at a one-hatted Cantonese restaurant in the heart of Sydney CBD. Each creation is crafted with a dash of luck, happiness, and longevity to enhance your festive celebration.  

Feast on a special Lunar New Year banquet and bespoke Lotus x Valrhona chocolate boxes.

Lucky draw: Order from our special banquet menu, and you may receive a red envelope containing vouchers valued at $8, $18, $88, or $118. 

Lion Dance at 7pm on Friday 9th February.

Follow the Dragon’s path to Pearl Dining.

*Vouchers are limited and will be randomly distributed until we run out.

Contact event organiser

Pearl Dining

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