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Lunar New Year feast harbourside at Q Dining

Where
61 Macquarie St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
When

Every day, 12pm to 1pm Saturday 29 January to Friday 11 February

To celebrate the Lunar New Year, we will be offering a delicious set menu in Q Dining that is inspired by traditional Chinese eats with a modern, Q Dining-esque twist.

An immersive 5 course menu offering everything from traditional Chinese dumplings and steamed red snapper, to tuna tar tar with betel leaf and an indulgent caramel deep fried ice-cream for dessert, you can enjoy this for just $99 per person.

To view the full menu, please visit qdining.com.au

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