Dim Yum! The Langham, Melbourne’s Melba Restaurant Tempts Diners with Cantonese Celebration for Chinese New Year
To celebrate the Year of the Rooster, The Langham, Melbourne is introducing elements of contemporary and traditional Chinese cuisine at breakfast, lunch and dinner at Melba Restaurant from Friday 27 January until Thursday 2 February 2017.
For one week diners can feast on everyone’s favourite Chinese dishes from steamed pork buns, shao mai dumplings and five spice duck from dawn until past dusk.
The Langham, Melbourne’s distinctive floral display will be transformed by a decadent installation featuring gold and red blooms and guests will be given lucky red envelopes at lunch and dinner on Chinese New Year’s Eve and Chinese New Year.
At breakfast, ($40.00 per person), diners will feel transported to China as they dine on turnip cake, congee, preserved eggs, steamed pork buns, a variety of dumplings and you tiao (doughnut stick).
At lunch and dinner, renowned “lucky” dishes such as roast duck with jelly fish, Chinese New Year seafood laksa, Blue swimmer crab and a host of authentic Chinese dishes will be prepared by the hotel’s brigade of tradtional Chinese chefs.
Lunch is $59.00 per adult on Friday 27, Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 January and Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 February and $95.00 on Saturday 28 January and $95.50 on Sunday 29 January.
Dinner is is $99.00 per adult on Friday 27 and $89.00 on Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 January and Wednesday 1 February and $85.00 on Thursday 2 February and $99.00 (5pm – 8pm) and $109 (8.30pm until 11pm) on Saturday 28 January and $95.50 on Sunday 29 January.
The Langham, Melbourne wishes everyone a year filled with wealth, health and prosperity for all.
Kung Hei Fat Choi!
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