Celebrate Chinese New Year at Hutong
Guests are invited to join Hutong for dinner to celebrate Chinese New Year on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd of January.
Sifu (meaning 'master' in traditional Chinese culture) Fei Wang has designed a delicious five-course ‘Year of the Rabbit’ menu for £138pp with an optional Chinese wine pairing. Dishes include the traditional Lo Hei Salad alongside Sichuan Tiger Prawns and Roasted Peking Duck served with homemade sauce. “Lo Hei”, which translates to “tossing up good fortune” is popularly believed that the higher the salad is tossed, the better your prospects and fortune in the year ahead.
There will be traditional Chinese festivities throughout the weekend, including a Chinese calligrapher from 7pm-9pm on the 21st of January and the famous Lion Dance throughout the evening on the 22nd of January.
From the Shanghai Bar, don’t miss Hutong’s limited edition Year of the Rabbit cocktail menu available from the 12th to 31st of January. Highlights include HePing, a unique cocktail crafted with three different blends of wine infused with fresh cherries, Tanqueray no. 10, basil cordial and lychee liqueur. This fruity elixir will be served at every Hutong bar around the world as a global Chinese New Year special - in London, New York, Miami, Dubai and Hong Kong.
To view the menu and make a reservation visit: https://hutong.co.uk/
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The restaurant is named after Beijing’s ancient hutongs – the now fast-disappearing narrow lanes which crisscrossed the city revealing its old family houses, their grand courtyards and life within. Signature dishes include Red Lantern soft-shell crab and Crispy de-boned lamb ribs as well as Roasted Peking duck, considered by many to be the best in London. Hutong’s beautiful Shanghai Bar is the perfect place for cocktails before or after dinner.