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Chinese New Year

Dragon Dance The dragon dance mimics the movements of a famous river spirit – the Chinese Dragon. The movements of the dragon symbolize the Dragon’s ability to demonstrate power and dignity. The dragon dance is the highlight of Chinese New Year celebrations held worldwide. Dragons are believed to bring good luck to people; they bring great power, dignity, fertility and wisdom.

Fireworks No Chinese New Year would be complete without a fireworks display. We congregate outside the front of the restaurant to watch the display and welcome in the New Year.

Flying Lanterns Another traditional part of a Chinese New Year celebration is the lighting of lanterns. We make a wish and watch our lanterns disappear into the night sky.

And Much More... There will be other amazing events on the night to suit young and old.


Chinese New Year Menu £35 per Adult, Children (under 10) £15 Feb 3th and 4th starts at 7:30pm

Aperitif Oriental Passion

(non-alcoholic version available)

First Course Pearl Platter Spring Rolls, Crispy Seaweed, Peking Spare Ribs, Crispy Wantons, Toasted Sesame Prawns (Vegetarian Option Available)

Second Course Crispy Aromatic Duck with Pancakes, Spring Onions, Cucumber & Pearl’s Hoi Sin Sauce

Main Course Sweet & Sour Pork with fresh Pineapples and Lychees Sautéed Beef with Mixed Peppers and Black Bean Sauce The Pearl’s Special Stuffed Duck in Plum Sauce Seasonal Chinese Vegetables in Oyster Sauce (V) Seafood Treasure in a Birds Nest Singapore Vermicelli All main dishes (except noodles) are accompanied by a choice of Steamed or Egg Fried Rice

To Finish Chinese Tea

Coffee



Chinese New Year