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Just because we're in lockdown, it doesn't mean that you can't celebrate the Lunar New Year properly. As the Year of the Ox dawns, here are the restaurants that are pulling special meals together.

 

yauatcha chinese new year

Yauatcha (London-wide delivery, available throughout Feb)

They're introducing the Oxtail Puff for CNY, a version of the famous venison puff. There's also a new Pineapple Pastry with an ox design on top and the Firecracker - designed to look like a firework and made with yzu caramel, Szechuan chantilly, roasted hazelnut, madeleine sponge and coated popping candy. All those will be part of their Chinese new year menu (£68 per person).

 

Din Tai Fung

Din Tai Fung (London-only 11-18 February)

Din Tai Fung will have a special Chinese New Year menu, including this prawn and egg fried rice dish with scallop and XO, for delivery or takeaway

 

Park Chinois

Park Chinois (3 miles from Mayfair, 9-16 February)

The high-end Chinese restaurant has a luxury dinner on offer. Dim sum includes XO Scampi, Crystal Truffle Dumpling and Golden Scallop alongside stir-fried Australian Wagyu Beef and taro yam, Chinese New Year special gold-leafed tarts and lots more. Look out for a golden ticket which will give you a £150 voucher for the restaurant if you're lucky to win.

 

Hakkasan

Hakkasan (delivery across London, 1-28 February)

Their CNY menu centres around The Celebration Garden, an authentic Cantonese salad made with Smoked eryngii mushroom carpaccio with bee pollen and plum dressing while other dishes include the Double Treasure Fortune which will include a Quail blossom puff paired with a Seafood jade dumpling and The Mandarin, a white chocolate mousse and cacao butter dessert, topped with gold leaf and mandarin gel. And you can also organise your delivery so it comes with a performance of lion dancers outside your house! (£88 per person) 

 

Laduree

Laduree (Nationwide delivery)

Laduree they have a new limited-edition Chinese New Year macaron and exclusive gift box that's decorated with Chinese calligraphy and symbols of the Ox.

 

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