Home Bangalore Rule the Roost: Where to get your Chinese New Year-fix this weekend

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    This is the Year of the Rooster according to the Chinese calendar and if that does not spell out a feast, we don’t know what does. Here’s where you can grab your share of special Chinese New Year dishes from menus across town.

    Zen, Leela Palace
    Chef Hsuing Chan at the Leela Palace has curated a menu which you should not miss. Specialities from the region like the Hujiao fu pi ruan ke xie xie (pepper dusted soft shell crab with scallion), Zhongguo yazi hua zi (Chinese duck slider) and the La lajiao jiang de longxia lobster in spicy chilli pepper sauce) make an appearance on the menu. `2,500 for two. Till January 31. At Old Airport Road. Details: 25211234

    high-ultra-lungeHigh Ultra Lounge
    The lounge with a view has a menu with dishes from various regions of China. We recommend chef Myo’s secret sauce mushrooms, Sichuan string bean, Kung pao chicken, Shrimp chop suey, Egg foo young with Mongolian style rice or noodles on the side. Rs 2,600 for two. Till February 9. At Malleshwaram. Details: 45674567

    yauatcha2Yauatcha
    Head chef Wang Yixuan celebrates China’s symbol of luck, the colour red, on his menu. It starts with red drinks such as the Tokyo Cooler and Black River Martini and moves on to dishes such as the Szechuan mabo tofu, Stir-fry ho fan noodles, Sliced lamb in black pepper sauce with the highlight being the the limited edition Red king crab. Rs 1,500 ++. Till February 11. At 1 MG Mall. Details: 9222222800

    Shang Palace, Shangri-La Hotel
    This Asian restaurant is pulling out all stops for the occasion. Their special menu includes dishes such as Tofu xiao long Bao, Jade dumplings, Green chilli sichuan pepper chicken and more. Additionally, the hotel’s lobby will have a traditional dragon dance to entertain guests. Rs 1,800 ++. Till January 30. At Vasanth Nagar, only for dinner. Details: 8892507034

    Memories of China, Vivanta by Taj
    Chef William Tong and his team have prepared a special menu for the festival including delicacies from both the Cantonese and Szechuan region. Choose from traditional New Year specials such as Singing chicken (a spicy preparation), Fried prawns coated with wasabi, Chef’s special lotus stems water chestnuts, Golden fried eggplant with seven spices and more. Rs 3,000 for two. Tomorrow. At  MG Road. Details: 66604444

    Wang’s
    The chefs at this neighbourhood Chinese restaurant have designed a menu with some of their classics. Choose from dishes such as Glass noodles thick soup, Threaded chicken, Kwayteow goreng noodle, Vietnamese fried rice, Five-spice vegetable, Roasted chicken tossed with varieties of sauces and more. `800 for two. Till January 5. Across all outlets. Details: wangskitchen.in

    hunanHunan
    The folks at this Chinese restaurant offer a set three-course menu paired with wine. Appetisers include Sweet potato and carrot soup, Crispy lotus stem, Spare pork ribs and Tofu with crabmeat. For mains try the Four treasure vegetables in a garlic pepper sauce, Guangdong chicken or the Prawns with Spicy XO Sauce. Finish with the Hunan special red velvet cake. Rs 899 ++. Till February 5. At Koramangala. Details: 2252015

    TEXT: Anagha M

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