One of the highlights of Chinese New Year is families getting together to celebrate. The “Nian Ye Fan” or Chinese New Year dinner, also called “Reunion Dinner,” is said to be the most important meal of the year as family members gather together to celebrate the coming year.
Considered the most loved aspect of the Spring Festival, the dinner is set to share food and time with each other.
The Podium restaurants join in the celebration with a variety of authentic and mouth-watering Chinese cuisines. Paradise Dynasty definitely sets the mood with its exquisite flavors from northern and southern China. These include Paradise Dynasty’s famous Specialty Xioa Long Bao as well as La Mian with Braised Pork Belly and Poached Beef in Szechuan Chili Oil.
Experience modern China with Shanghai Saloon’s cosmopolitan cuisine. Indulge in their unlimited Yum Cha and specially curated set menus. Or dig into Mann Hann’s bestsellers Lechon Macau, dim sum Radish Cake, and Fried Noodles with Seafood. Tai Koo, a Hong Kong-inspired restaurant serves roast meats, noodle soups, and dim sum. Try Tai Koo’s Soy Chicken Tai Koo Plate which has a bit of everything in one plate.
At Healthy Shabu Shabu, with fresh meat, vegetables, and spices, you can “cook your own” way of dining. Likewise, Shi Lin, a chain serving authentic Taiwanese epicurean delights offers a friendly and efficient service on top of reasonably priced, heartwarming dishes like Braised Beef Noodles and Sesame Peanut Noodles that warm the heart and soul.
For desserts, try healthy Taiwanese treats including Red Bean Soup from Hot Taro Ball Series of Meet Fresh. With the aim to give customers delicious treats filled with traditional and authentic tastes, Meet Fresh prioritizes serving healthy desserts without preservatives made fresh daily.
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