Chinese New Year is one of the most important and auspicious festivals in the Chinese calendar. This year marks the Year of the Monkey, occupying the ninth position on the Chinese zodiac.
A mischievous sign, the monkey is clever, energetic and inventive, as well as being sociable and funny. The year 2016 also corresponds with the fire element, associated with brilliance, warmth, passion and spark.
The Year of the Monkey follows the steady Year of the Sheep, a year dedicated to contemplation. This year will be anything but: the combination of the monkey sign with fire heralds an adventurous year full of confidence, decisiveness and innovation.
Yauatcha is celebrating this festival with a limited edition signature menu featuring dim sum, mains, desserts and cocktail.
The newly introduced dishes range from Truffle and English carrot dumpling to Kiwi and black olive dumpling, mains such as Stir-fry mock chicken in Hunan style spicy sauce and Braised pork belly in spicy yellow bean sauce with cigar mantao roll, the Crunchy caramel with honeycomb ice cream dessert and the cocktail, Cherry Chaser.
In addition, the restaurant will be transformed with unique red origami monkeys.
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