Chinese New Year at the House of Ming London


Chinese New Year at the House of Ming London (1)

Red lanterns aglow, firecrackers crackle, families reunite – it’s Chinese New Year! A vibrant explosion of tradition, this 15-day odyssey welcomes the new year with a feast for the senses. From lion dances to lucky red envelopes, join the joyous journey as we bid farewell to the old and embrace the promise of spring. Get ready for a vibrant spectacle of color, culture, and culinary delights!

Embrace the auspicious year of the Wood Dragon, symbolizing health, strength, and good fortune, with a toast to the Chinese New Year. The “firestorm” cocktail ignites the senses with its fiery flair, adorned with dehydrated oranges crusted in five Chinese spices and a flaming flourish.

As the vibrant tapestry of Chinese New Year unfurls, London’s acclaimed House of Ming invites you to embark on a journey of auspicious flavors and dazzling traditions. From February 9th to 11th, immerse yourself in the celebratory spirit as the restaurant unveils a limited-edition menu, a fiery cocktail spectacle, and cherished Chinese New Year customs.

Reunion and shared blessings take center stage as six delectable new dishes grace the menu, each representing the luck associated with the number six. Indulge in the Yuanna Style Lamb with Celery and Ginger Chilli (£29) or tantalize your taste buds with the Sichuan Style Oriental Vegetable(£24).

House of Ming embraces timeless traditions, adorning the restaurant with stunning lucky bamboo centerpieces and offering guests the cherished gift of red envelopes, to children and grandchildren to bestow good fortune for the year ahead. On Chinese New Year’s Day. This heartwarming custom promises good fortune for the year ahead.

Nestled within the luxurious St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, House of Ming offers a culinary journey inspired by regional Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine. Witness the creative flair of the chef team alongside renowned House of Ming favourites. Throughout the celebration and from 9th-11th February, overnight guests at the hotel can savor refreshing Chinese teas at a pop-up tea station during breakfast in TH@51.

Mehrnavaz Avari, Area Director UK & General Manager, extends a warm welcome: “We are thrilled to welcome you to join us as we embrace the joyous traditions and festivities of Chinese New Year.”

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House of Ming Originated in New Delhi, is one of the finest Chinese dining experiences in India.

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Timings: Monday – Sunday: 12:30-3:30pm, 6:30-10:30pm


Taj 51 Buckingham Gate, Suites and Residences

Five-star heritage hotel perfectly positioned close to Buckingham Palace and Mayfair and just a stroll from London’s greatest landmarks. Taj 51 Buckingham Gate, Suites and Residences is unlike any other 5 star luxury hotel in London.   For regular and occasional visitors to the Capital of capitals, the hotel offers a wider choice of suites and residences than any other in London, providing guests with more space and flexibility to accommodate families, state delegations or executives travelling on business.

St. James’ Court London, A Taj Hotel

St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, London is a discreet Victorian masterpiece, typifying the concealed charm of one of Britain’s finest luxury hotels. Crisp and elegant, with the signature Taj warmth, St. James’ Court strives to make each visit more pleasurable and memorable. Located in central London SW1, the hotel is footsteps from Buckingham Palace and St. James’ Park, perfectly positioned to explore London, for business or pleasure. With four restaurants, including Michelin-starred Quilon, the award-winning afternoon tea restaurant Kona, The Hamptons Bar and TH@51 restaurant, Bar and Courtyard as well as conference rooms and banqueting suites, St. James’ Court Hotel is sure to be your favourite London hotel.

Get ready for a vibrant spectacle of color, culture, and culinary delights this Chinese New Year!

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