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Chinese New Year – Year of the Tiger

Our special Chinese New Year Menu starts February 1, 2022, after 4:00 PM!

This menu is available for both dine-in and takeout!


Lucky Dumplings
Dumplings or Pot Stickers have been eaten during Chinese New Year for centuries because the shape resembles ancient Chinese money.  By eating dumpling’s, you will have fortune for the New Year

Seafood dumplings are filled with seasoned crab, shrimp, and dried scallop then steamed, served with ginger-red-vinegar 11.00

Spring Rolls
Although you can get spring rolls just about any time, anywhere, it has been a favorite New Year’s celebration food since the Tang dynasty (600a.d.) Spring rolls were given as gifts to family and loved ones to usher in the coming of spring which is usually right around the beginning of the New Year.

Wild Mushroom Spring Rolls
Sautéed mushrooms (shitake, porcini, oyster, and enoki) bamboo shoots and carrots rolled into spring roll shell, fried until crispy, served with caramelized onion marmalade 10.50

Main Course

Crispy Pan-fried Whole Fish
The word fish in Chinese sounds a lot like the word Abundance.  Which is what you want to have throughout the new year.

Pan-fried fresh Branzino (Mediterranean Seabass) sweet, mild and flaky, lightly seasoned and pan-fried, topped with ginger, scallions, cilantro, and Chinese celery then drizzled with a soy and sweet rice wine sauce Market Price

Crispy Whole Cornish Hen
Whole Cornish hen is brined for 36 hours in rice wine, Chinese spices, and ginger. First steamed then fried until crispy served chopped with Szechuan pepper salt 18.00

Happy Family
Classic American-Chinese Dish, what a great way to bring two cultures together to celebrate the New Year.

Happy Family
A happy union of, sliced chicken, sliced beef, jumbo shrimp, giant scallops, sliced roast pork, and mixed veggies wok-tossed in a Classic Chinese brown sauce 22.00

Longevity Noodles
Noodles have been a part of Chinese culture for over 4000 years and are symbolic of a long healthy life.  Long noodles (the longer the better) are eaten during celebrations and birthdays.

Don’t Cut Your Noodles!

Long-Life Noodles
Wok tossed Yee-Mein noodles (yellow chewy noodles) wok tossed with shrimp, chicken, and roast pork with snow peas, and bok choy in a savory brown sauce 16.00

Vanilla, red bean, green tea ice cream cake 7.00

Our special Chinese New Year Menu will be available after 4:00 PM on:
February 1, 2022
February 2, 2022
February 3, 2022
February 4, 2022
February 5, 2022

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