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Lunar New Year 2024: Hong Kong’s best Chinese New Year menus

By Ashley Siu 25 January 2024

Header image courtesy of Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

Originally published by Ashley Siu. Last updated by Celia Lee.

Chinese New Year is on the horizon, with the first day of the holidays falling on 10 February. What better way to celebrate the Year of the Dragon than by sharing a meal with family and friends? From traditional dishes to fusion cuisine, buffets, and even afternoon tea, here is our list of the best Lunar New Year menus in Hong Kong for this festive season.

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Photo: Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong

The Farmhouse

For a Chinese New Year-themed buffet, try The Farmhouse’s A Feast of the East menu. The buffet is available for both lunch and dinner, and specialities featured include Chiuchow daa laang marinated meats, Fujian five-spice meat rolls, Peking duck, baby oyster congee, and much more. Enjoy desserts such as pandan and coconut layered cake, limited-edition ice cream flavours such as salted egg yolk ice cream, and glutinous rice cake with brown sugar syrup, served alongside the restaurant’s signature offerings. You can bring your pets along with you to the restaurant’s dog-friendly outdoor garden terrace—The Farmhouse is offering a complimentary basket of doggy dim sum for four-legged friends!

The Farmhouse, 2/F, West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point | (+852) 3896 9896

Photo: JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant

Indulge in authentic Cantonese dishes this Chinese New Year with Man Ho Chinese Restaurant’s seasonal set menus. The Ru Yi Chinese New Year Reunion set menu features delicacies such as baked crab shell stuffed with crab and lobster meat, sautéed lobster fillets with matsutake mushrooms, and braised premium bird’s nest with crab meat and crab roe. Festive classics are also available à la carte, including abalone yusheng, a dish symbolising abundance; braised dried oysters with black moss and pea sprouts representing wealth; and sautéed tiger garoupa fillet with citrus honey sauce to express good fortune.

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, 3/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty | (+852) 2810 8366

W Hong Kong

This year, Sing Yin Cantonese Dining’s Chinese New Year menu is available from 2 till 29 February, featuring auspicious dishes symbolising the spirit of new year. The à la carte menu is inclusive of deep-fried shrimp balls stuffed with cheese, pan-fried semi-dried oysters in osmanthus sauce, and other delicacies. For those that are celebrating with friends and family, consider ordering the Prosperous Reunion set menu or the Majestic Lunar Dragon Feast set menu. The former includes roasted king prawn with crispy rice and crispy chicken, while the latter features cheese baked Alaska king crabmeat in crab shell, stone pot South African abalone, and more.

With a menu full of traditional and modern delicacies, Kitchen is presenting a well-wishing buffet featuring lobster claw, abalone, fish maw, and other premium ingredients. Highlights include roasted Peking goose, poon choi, and lo hei. Save some room for the dessert items inspired by traditional Chinese New Year treats: black sesame coconut mousse cake, milk tea cream puffs, and more. Kitchen’s buffet is available from 9 till 13 February for both lunch and dinner, with an occasional brunch option.

For an unconventional new year celebration, why not treat yourself to afternoon tea at Woobar? A special Lunar New Year afternoon tea for two will run from 10 till 13 February. Indulge in savoury and sweet treats such as caviar, foie gras terrine with chilli dark chocolate, chestnut Mont Blanc, cranberry trifle, and more.

W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon | (+852) 3717 2222

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The Mira Hong Kong

Cuisine Cuisine is celebrating the Year of the Dragon with a variety of auspicious dishes, some featured in the Golden Dragon Dance Chinese New Year Celebration set menu. Available till 25 February, the menu contains classic Cantonese delicacies that symbolise prosperity and good fortune. Highlights of the eight-course meal include golden-fried crispy chicken and braised abalone with veggies. A special selection combining traditional and modern dishes—such as braised spotted garoupa with Sichuan pepper—is on offer for those who would rather order à la carte. Hand-crafted dumplings are also available, including steamed pork dumpling with abalone and abalone puff pastries with sliced chicken.

Among the Chinese New Year lunch and dinner buffet offerings, Yamm’s is presenting a festive programme from 9 till 13 February. During this period, you can enjoy unlimited rounds of delicacies such as lo hei prosperity toss, barbecue suckling pig, double-boiled chicken soup, braised pork knuckle, and braised fish maw with abalone sauce. The buffet also includes a selection of freshly steamed and chilled seafood on ice, including Boston lobsters, lobster claws, fresh crabs, and oysters. The Lunar New Year brunch buffet can include a free-flow of sparkling wine or soft drinks. Visit Yamm on the first day of the Lunar New Year to enjoy a God of Fortune appearance and a lion dance performance!

The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | (+852) 2368 1111

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Mott 32

Available from 10 till 24 February, Mott 32 will serve Chinese New Year menu dishes symbolising wishes of wealth and prosperity, such as the whole lobster and abalone lo hei, and the steamed fourfinger threadfin cooked in chicken oil with hua tiao. Crispy duck with taro, crispy fresh yellow chicken with coriander, as well as hearty dishes that range from lotus leaf rice to wok-fried mud crab are also available. Feel free to enjoy the feast on its own or pair it with other items from the restaurant’s à la carte menu.

Mott 32, Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4–4A Des Voeux Road Central, Central | (+852) 2885 8688

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Chilli Fagara

Chilli Fagara’s Chinese New Year menu, centred around Sichuan cuisine, is available from 15 January till 24 February. For a spicy kick, order the mala braised pork knuckles or the mala golden crispy chicken. Also available is the golden honeycomb tofu that looks like a bird’s nest, the mandarinfish with golden soybeans, and flame-grilled lobster tails. If you’re looking for a hearty dish, the braised lamb stew is slow-cooked with savoury fermented bean curd. Order the glutinous rice balls with hints of citrus to finish your meal.

Chilli Fagara, 7 Old Bailey Street, Central | (+852) 2796 6866

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To experience the rich flavours of Shanghainese cuisine this Chinese New Year, try The Merchants’ exclusive festive menu, available from 1 till 24 February. Highlights include braised sea cucumber with dried shrimp roe and scallion, Sichuan hot and spicy pork tongue, drunken pork knuckle, stir-fried rice cakes with winter bamboo shoots and rosette bok choy, and Asian pear tea with malva nut. On 11 February, The Merchants will host a Lunar New Year fireworks dinner, with dishes such as traditional deep-fried pomfret and stir-fried Australian lobster to indulge in while enjoying the view of the fireworks display.

Non-Chinese restaurants are also offering festive menus to celebrate the new year: Kaen Teppanyaki is offering a Lunar New Year menu, a seafood teppan menu, and a premium Wagyu teppan menu, all available till 29 February. Indulge in scallop millefeuille, teppan steamed king crab, grilled Ozaki beef, Josper-grilled golden eye snapper clay pot rice, and other speciality dishes.

Forty-Five, 43–45/F, Gloucester Tower, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central | (+852) 2155 4141

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

From now till 29 February, The Atrium will be serving various eight-course menus for Chinese New Year, showcasing ingredients such as mussels, sea cucumber, abalone, and goose web. An à la carte menu is also available with sautéed shrimp with caviar, e-fu noodles with crab meat and crab coral in soup, and more. On 11 February, special set menus including dishes such as braised whole abalone, double-boiled sea whelk soup, and steamed spotted garoupa are available.

Feast at Congress Plus from 9 till 14 February to enjoy its Chinese New Year buffet available for lunch and dinner, and get a taste of steamed abalone with mandarin peel and wok fried shrimp with salted egg yolk. Also on offer are freshly shucked oysters, chilled snow crab legs, and brown crabs.

On 11 February, diners of The Atrium and Congress Plus will get to enjoy and unobstructed view of the CNY fireworks display from an exclusive viewing zone adjacent to the Golden Bauhinia Square.

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai | (+852) 2582 7332

Le Méridien Hong Kong, Cyberport

At Nam Fong, guests can enjoy creative dim sum for lunch, including deep-fried glutinous dumplings filled with egg custard and steamed rose-shaped red bean buns. The CNY set menu is served at dinner time, alongside à la carte items such as fried crispy chicken and double-boiled chicken soup with Japanese sea cucumber and Chinese olive.

For a unique take on traditional Chinese New Year dishes, try Southside Bistro’s CNY Special Dishes menu, available from 10 till 13 February. Highlights include the crispy roasted suckling pig saffron and chorizo paella, as well as the whole seabass en papillote with winter vegetables and lemongrass broth, bringing a fusion of umami flavours.

Le Méridien Hong Kong, Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Pok Fu Lam | (+852) 2980 7410

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Duddell’s has crafted auspicious Chinese New Year menus available from 1 till 25 February. Among other harmonious flavours, the six-course Chinese New Year deluxe set menu includes double-boiled chicken soup with fish maw and sautéed lobster with black bean sauce. The eight-course Chinese New Year premium set menu is inclusive of deep-fried shrimp paste puff with honey-glazed barbecued pork and braised South African abalone. Also available à la carte are signature dishes such as steamed pork knuckle and fried glutinous rice with Chinese preserved meat.

Duddell’s, 3/F, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central | (+852) 852 2525 9191

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

A wide selection of festive dishes is on offer at Celestial Court. In addition to à la carte specialities, the spring set menu is available, highlighting the prosperous fortune salad and the sautéed lobster with butter, milk, herbs, garlic, chilli, and pepper. For a spicy kick, don’t miss the sautéed shrimp with spicy Chinese wine sauce!

Embrace the spirit of Chinese New Year with The Café’s specially curated menu. Delight in classics such as braised dried oyster and dried black moss with vegetables in oyster sauce, stir-fried prawns in sweet and sour sauce, and crispy deep-fried crispy chicken, followed by nourishing double-boiled soup with dried cordyceps flower and fish maw and concluding with Earl Grey orange chocolate mousse cake and strawberry tart, symbolising good luck, health, and prosperity.

The Purrfect afternoon tea at the Sky Lounge, jointly curated by the hotel and LeonLollipop, features a spread of Hong Kong-style inspired savoury and sweet pastries. Guests enjoying the set can take home a complimentary cosmetic bag bearing a model of Gloomie the cat, a LeonLollipop character, in themed Chinese New Year dress.

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Kowloon | (+852) 2369 1111

Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel

Yue is offering two special Chinese New Year menus crafted by executive Chinese chef Jacky Chung. The first, designed for four people to share, features a roasted suckling pig combo, deep-fried crab shell filled with crab meat and onions, and braised bird’s nest soup with minced chicken. For a more extravagant option feeding up to six people, the second menu includes roasted suckling pig lo hei, stir-fried prawn with salted egg yolk, and braised bird’s nest soup with crab meat. Additionally, Yue is serving dim sum and a speciality menu from 10 till 24 February, where dishes such as braised abalone and dried seafood in supreme oyster sauce and roasted suckling pig lo hei can be ordered à la carte.

From 10 till 24 February, Café Lantau is offering a Chinese New Year buffet featuring a selection of fresh seafood, including baked live lobster and freshly shucked oysters, along with a range of festive favourites, such as braised fresh pork knuckle, braised goose feet with conch and abalone sauce, braised mushroom with sea cucumber and fish maw. Black moss and dried oyster with lotus root, and other traditional Chinese dishes.

Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung | (+852) 2535 0000

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Jiangsu Club

Jiangsu Club has prepared an ensemble of symbolic dishes this Chinese New Year, beginning with the Jiangsu deluxe seafood salad lo hei to spread blessings. Hot dishes include sautéed West Australian lobster with chilli sauce and grilled oysters with leek and ginger, followed by sautéed dried diced abalone with homemade dried shrimp sauce, as well as seasonal sautéed fresh winter bamboo shoots with organic bean sprouts.

Jiangsu Club, 2/F, Alliance Building, 130–136 Connaught Road, Sheung Wan | (+852) 6230 8973

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The Laksa Club, Auor’s private kitchen pop-up that celebrates Singaporean cuisine, is offering a family-style Chinese New Year feast. To mark the celebrations, the Reunion dinner menu includes Sri Lankan chilli crab, sambal pomfret, Hainanese chicken rice, and more. Auor’s regular menu is still available during the celebrations, including salted egg fish skin, five-spice pork roll, Carabinero prawn laksa noodle, and other delights.

Auor, 4/F, 88 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai | (+852) 2866 4888

Photo: The Legacy House

Rosewood Hong Kong

Spread the joy of Chinese New Year with The Legacy House’s Chinese New Year dishes! Designed for sharing, the fu gui chicken is a symbol of fortune and the prosperity poon choi is a sumptuous dish featuring 15 ingredients. The restaurant also offers an eight-course Chinese New Year Delights dinner menu, with said delights including double-boiled fish maw soup and braised rice with abalone and diced chicken. An alternative dinner menu is also available, featuring steamed spotted garoupa fillet, braised Chinese cabbage roll, and more. For lunch, enjoy dim sum with a twist: baked salmon puff pastry and steamed lobster dumpling are on offer.

Throughout February, Holt’s Café is offering a special four-course lunch menu that features traditional Cantonese flavours. Included are dishes such as the seafood soup with fish maw, abalone, and sea cucumber, as well as wok-fried sole fillet with black bean tangerine peel sauce, and jasmine rice. For dinner, the four-course set dinner menu features salted egg yolk fried shrimp ball, braised abalone with goose feet and broccoli, and more.

Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | (+852) 3891 8732

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Nina Hospitality

While this is not a Lunar New Year buffet in the strictest sense, Café Circles’ Winter Treasures buffet selection of Chinese dishes features ingredients traditionally used in CNY dishes, like the sake abalone and the braised fish maw and sea cucumber. The menu also features smoked-tea duck, braised goose feet in oyster sauce, as well as desserts such as black mission fig tarts and 3.6 milk Hokkaido panna cotta. The buffet is available for lunch and dinner throughout the week if you are looking for an alternative celebration.

Various buffets are also on offer at I-O-N. From 10 till 13 February, its Wong Chuk Hang branch has options such as sliced top shell in oyster sauce with lettuce and braised goose feet with fish maw. I-O-N in Kwun Tong will serve a semi-buffet offered from 10 to 12 February, with choices ranging from risotto with abalone and preserved sausage to braised pork knuckle in oyster sauce, and more. Traditional dishes, including the new year lo hei, will be served from the live cooking station. Keep an eye out for a surprise appearance by the God of Wealth, who will distribute red pockets to welcome the new year.

Café Circles, 9/F, Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan | (+852) 2280 2868

I-O-N, locations across Hong Kong

Aqua Restaurant Group

For one of the best vantage points to take in the fireworks this Chinese New Year, check out Aqua Restaurant Group’s locations for a meal and a show! At the namesake restaurant Aqua, guests are treated to a five-course fireworks dinner, highlighting dishes such as roasted Wagyu sirloin with herb teriyaki sauce, fresh sashimi and sushi, and an adorable Aqua Dragons dessert, with two intricately crafted dragon-shaped pistachio and mandarin delights. Alternatively, opt for the Chinese New Year tasting menu. The fireworks dinner menu is available on 11 February only while the CNY tasting menu is available from 9 to 13 February. Make a booking here.

Over at Hutong, celebrate with family and friends over the eight-course Feng Yi Zu Shi dinner. The evening begins with the special lobster and sea food lo hei and flaming tiger prawns with white pepper and garlic chilli. Hutong also offers a fireworks dinner, highlighting Angus beef tenderloin fried rice with egg among other delectable dishes. The fireworks dinner is exclusively available on 11 February, whilst the tasting menu is available from 1 to 24 February. Reserve a table here.

At Vista’s fireworks dinner, patrons can dig into a four-course menu including grilled beef tenderloin and foie gras with morel ragu and red wine truffle jus whilst enjoying a view of the festive fireworks. Round off the evening with a special-edition golden tiramisu available on 11 February only. Book your table here.

The Chinese Library at Tai Kwun is offering a Chinese New Year eight-course menu featuring mouth-watering items such as pan-fried oyster with honey and scallions, sea cucumber and fish maw soup with Dragon Claw fungus, and braised abalone puff with pan-seared turnip cake. The festive menu is available from 9 to 24 February. Make a booking here.

Finally, you can celebrate by sailing on the harbour with Aqualuna’s fireworks cruise on 11 February! Immerse yourself under the vibrant and sparkling fireworks show as you enjoy a selection of gourmet canapés from Aqua and Hutong onboard the historical junk. Book your spots here.

Aqua, 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hutong, 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Vista, 29/F–30/F, One Peking Road, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

The Chinese Library, Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

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The Luxe Manor

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon the alternative way with The Luxe Manor! Nordic restaurant Finds is offering an innovative Nordic seafood feast prosperous casserole. With this unique take on the traditional poon choi, patrons enjoy fresh seafood, including abalone, crayfish, and jade whelks, all prepared in Finds’s signature Nordic lobster bisque. Book your table by calling the restaurant.

The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberly Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | (+852) 2522 9318

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The Peninsula Hong Kong

Celebrate with the whole family with Spring Moon’s Lunar New Year dishes! The poon choi offers an abundance of premium ingredients, including abalone, fish maw, sea cucumber, scallops, dried oysters, and much more. The lo hei is another auspicious dish that is perfect for sharing. Diners will toss shredded abalone, caviar, crab roe, and a selection of fresh vegetables together before eating, symbolising togetherness, happiness, and fortune for the new year. Alternatively, opt for one of Spring Moon’s set menus. Book a table here.

The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts

Celebrate Chinese New Year at one of the Shangri-La hotels! At Island Shangri-La, Summer Palace is offering a Chinese New Year chef’s recommendations menu that features a selection of seasonal specials. Highlights include sliced yellow fin tuna mixed with assorted fresh fruit, baked fresh prawn with fig and fried sticks in ketchup sauce, and scrambled eggs white with fresh lobster and crab coral. Two takeaway menus are also available for celebrations at home. Over at Café Too, guests are treated to a Chinese New Year buffet featuring abundant spreads of lo hei, lotus root soup, pork trotters, pork spare ribs, and sweet red bean soup with dumplings.

Over at Kowloon Shangri-La, Shang Palace is offering a mouth-watering luxury takeaway poon choi filled with premium ingredients. Serving four to eight people, guests can enjoy this delectable treat at home. Alternatively, the Chinese New Year lo hei with abalone is also not to be missed. Place your order here from now till 29 February for collection from the hotel lobby.

Island Shangri-La, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty

Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Tin Lung Heen is offering an eight-course menu for your Lunar New Year celebrations. Situated high in the sky on the one-hundredth-and-second floor of the ICC, patrons can enjoy sweeping views of the city whilst dining with loved ones. Highlights of the menu include nourishing specials such as double-boiled sea conch soup with abalone and red date and braised sea cucumber and air-dried oysters served with bamboo fungus stuffed with sea moss. Book a table here.

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

One-Michelin-starred restaurant Man Wah is offering a decadent Lunar New Year feast for families to enjoy. The celebratory menu features a selection of speciality dishes and dim sum, highlighting lo hei with abalone, roasted duck, melon, radish, pickles, mango, and jellyfish, braised turnip filled with conpoy, dried oyster, and black sea moss, and cod fish and shrimp dumplings. Alternatively, opt to dine with friends at the Mandarin Grill and Bar or to enjoy a series of curated festive menus at Café Causette and Clipper Lounge.

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central

Woolly Pig Hong Kong

Enjoy a series of firework dinners presented by Wolly Pig Hong Kong’s restaurants! Ink Seafood Café’s Chinese New Year fireworks party package offers a one-of-a-kind celebration, complete with panoramic views of the Victoria Harbour. Exclusively available on 11 February, patrons are treated to house-made char siu gua bao served with apple slaw, crispy duck leg spring roll with cucumber and leek salad with hoisin sauce, and crab meat yao tiao sub with pickles and spring onion among other dishes. The meal concludes with a delectable red bean coconut pudding. Book your spot here.

Over at Hue Dining, guests can dig into the four-course Chinese banquet-inspired dinner menu available only on 11 February. The dining journey begins with a selection of creative canapés such as mini pineapple bun with foie gras and arancini fried risotto balls topped with Cantonese preserved sausage with soy aioli. The experience continues with a choice of starters and mains, with highlights including the ham hock terrine, millefeuille with pumpkin purée, Atlantic cod wrapped in crispy kataifi, and dumplings with smoked stracciatella filling. The menu concludes with mango and pomelo pavlova or yuzu tartlet. Make a booking here.

Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hong Kong Cuisine 1983

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with Hong Kong Cuisine 1983’s festive dishes! All items on the menu are imbued with good wishes and blessings. Try the traditional lo hei, a vibrant plate of fresh salmon and mixed vegetables; the braised dried golden oysters with black moss and pork tongue; or the steamed chicken with Yunnan ham and mushrooms. Call the restaurant for bookings.

Hong Kong Cuisine 1983, 1/F, Elegance Court, 2–4 Tsoi Tak Street, Happy Valley | (+852) 2893 3788

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Shake Shack

For a more casual celebration, opt for Shake Shack’s latest hot honey chicken burger! Crispy chicken fillet is glazed in spicy honey and sandwiched between toasted potato buns with cabbage and apple slaw. Pair your meal with the hot honey chicken bites and one of Shake Shack’s mini shakes, which comes in vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, caramel, black and white, and coffee flavours.

Shake Shack, locations across Hong Kong

Regent Hong Kong

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon at Regent Hong Kong’s dining destinations! At The Lobby Lounge, patrons can enjoy a six-course fireworks dinner with a panoramic view of the Victoria Harbour and the festive show. Highlights of the menu include scallop carpaccio with cauliflower and caviar, lamb saddle with piquillo pepper, and a chrysanthemum kumquat dessert, where aromatic chrysanthemum mousse is contrasted against tangy kumquat compote and sorbet.

Over at Lai Ching Heen, patrons can enjoy the six-course fat choy set menu, available from 16 to 25 February. The menu features dishes such as braised fish maw and sea cucumber with seafood in tofu sachets served with oyster jus, crispy minced Wagyu ball with mushrooms and wok-fried Wagyu, and Inaniwa noodles with garoupa fillet and crab roe in fish broth. Alternatively, fuel up before the fireworks craze with the special six-course fireworks dinner menu featuring new dishes, including braised whole Japanese Ami abalone, wok-fried Wagyu, blaze mushrooms, and winter bamboo piths with spicy salt, and braised rock rice with garoupa fillet, crab roe, and egg white.

The Steak House is offering a five-course fireworks dinner menu with new mouth-watering dishes and signature specialities. Highlights include red prawn tartare with apples, celeriac, and caviar, rib-eye steak, and the citrus vacherin dessert, made with hyuganatsu sorbet, Buddha’s hand confit, and poached kumquat.

Nobu Hong Kong’s festive dish, the sashimi lo hei, is a unique take on the traditional New Year delicacy. Enjoy this with the Chinese New Year set dinner menu or opt for the eight-course fireworks dinner available on 10, 12, and 13 February. Both menus showcase the restaurant’s unique Japanese cuisine imbued with Peruvian influences, highlighting Chilean seabass yuzu truffle dry miso, Wagyu with yuzu kosho jus, and the Golden Sweet dessert, crafted with sweet potatoes, ginger ice cream, and coconut foam.

Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel

Gather with friends and family at Dynasty and enjoy the eight-course deluxe poon choi set menu! Featuring a selection of expertly crafted Cantonese classics, patrons can expect offerings such as the festive lo hei with chilled shredded abalone and assorted vegetables and deluxe poon choi with a selection of premium ingredients.

Over at Café Renaissance, patrons are treated to an abundant buffet spread of international delicacies as well as Lunar New Year specials. Highlights include freshly steamed lobster, lo hei with salmon, scallop, abalone, and assorted fresh vegetables, drunken abalone, and blaze mushroom, conpoy, conch meat, and chicken soup.

Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai

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Ashley Siu


Born and raised in Hong Kong, Ashley has always been captivated by the city and how its bustling heart coexists with flora and fauna. While writing is her passion, you might also find her relaxing with a cosy video game, feeding horses at a local riding school, or checking out climbing gyms in the city.