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The Fullerton Hotel Sydney

Lunar New Year at The Fullerton Hotel Sydney

Where
1 Martin Pl
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
When

Every day, 8am to 5pm Monday 9 January to Sunday 5 February

Cost

Starting from: $78

Enjoy our special Lunar New Year menus at The Place and The Bar, celebrating the flavours and traditions of Asia.

Lunar New Year at The Place

Usher in abundance, prosperity and vigour this Lunar New Year with our colourful Prosperity Toss Salad. Share this fun and tasty salad with your loved ones. Toss the salad as high as you can and make auspicious wishes to bring good fortune this year. 

Available daily at The Place.

Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea at The Bar

Revel in the festivities with our special-edition Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea featuring sweet and savoury delights. Our specially created selection is inspired by traditional flavours and features tastes that will tantalise your senses as you herald 2023 and a world of possibilities ahead.

Available daily at The Bar.

A$78 per person, inclusive of TWG tea or coffee

A$88 per person, inclusive of a flute of Chandon

A$98 per person, inclusive of a flute of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut NV Champagne

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