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New Shanghai Westfield Sydney

New Shanghai Westfield: Sydney Lunar New Year banquet feast

Where
188 Pitt St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
When

Every day, 11am to 7pm Saturday 29 January to Sunday 13 February

Cost

Adult: $49.9Child: $49.9

Family and friends reunion dinner to celebrate Lunar New Year of the Tiger.

Our Head Chef, Mark, at New Shanghai Westfield Sydney designed banquet feast menu with eight dishes should be eaten during Lunar New Year for their symbolic meaning.

From "Increase in Prosperity" to "Happiness and Longevity", "Good Luck in year ahead" to "Good Health", "Wishing you every success" to "Peace all year around".

Dishes like "Welcome New Year Duck" pancakes, "Wealth Pork Dumplings" Xiao Long Bao, "Prawn of Happiness" Siriacha Crispy Prawns, Lettuce Cups of Prosperity" San Choy Bau, "Fish of Fortune" Sweet & Sour Whole Barramundi, "Good Luck Tofu & Mushrooms" braised with spinach, Wok Fried "Longevity Noodles", and "Boundless New Year" of Lucky Koi Mango Pudding.

This menu suitable from minimum of 4 to 8 people or more and is available exclusively at New Shanghai Westfield Sydney (Pitt Street Mall)

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New Shanghai Westfield Sydney

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