Where to dine this Lunar New Year

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Where to dine this Lunar New Year

Also called Spring Festival, Lunar New Year is celebrated in China and many other Asian countries that kick off their new year with the first new moon of the lunar calendar. (By contrast, most Western countries use the Gregorian or Christian calendar.) The lunar calendar is, as you’d suspect, based on the moon's cycles, which means the date for New Year’s changes from year to year. In 2021, it falls on Friday, February 12th. This year we're welcoming the Year of the Ox.

Traditionally, New Year's Eve and New Year’s Day are reserved for family celebrations, including religious ceremonies honouring ancestors. There's dancing, an exchange of money in red envelopes and colourful decorations. Also? Feasting.

If you're not keen to cook, book in a reunion dinner (or lunch) at one of our delicious rooftop restaurants. We can't think of a better way to kick off the celebrations with your loved ones. You might even discover one of the eight lucky foods inspired by Lunar New Year, you can read about those here..

White & Wong's
Celebrate with outstanding views of the city and traditional favourites, including peking duck, handcrafted dumplings and spring rolls - or try something new from their innovative Asian fusion menu.

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IPPUDO
Noodles are a must for a New Year's Eve banquet, particularly as they are a symbol of good luck and long life. For a truly delicious experience, you can't go past IPPUDO.

INCA Ceviche and Woodfired Grill
As the tradition goes, fish is a popular New Year's Eve dish as it symbolizes surplus and wealth. For a modern take on a classic dish, why not try INCA's Big Glory Bay salmon ceviche or kingfish sashimi.

Bodrum Market
New year, new traditions? Discover new cuisines from the Mediterranean and book a table at Bodrum Market.

Something & Social
If you're looking to celebrate in a fun, relaxed setting then you can't go past Something & Social. With sumptuous share plates and delicious cocktails, you're sure to be satisied heading into this Lunar New Year.

The Bavarian
Craving some insanely delicious pork belly? From their pork knuckle to pork platter, The Bavarian will satisfy any hunger and even bring some luck.

New York Grill
If you haven't dined at the latest restaurant to open on Rooftop, then New York Grill is an absolute must this Lunar New Year. From succulent steaks to the freshest seafood, book your table now.

Looking for something more traditional? Why not try some of our quick eats that bring street food flavours with modern flair.

__Master Bao

At Master Bao you'll find delicious Pan-fried Bao, Steamed Bao,Gua Bao,noodles,
fried rice and so much more. The ultimate destination for any Bao fan.

__Canto Canto

A family run Hong Kong style eatery, Canto Canto brings the best Hong Kong family style food to Westfield Newmarket.

Classic Bakehouse

Take home your traditional Lunar New Year sweet treats from Classic Bakehouse who have a wid range of breads, pastries and speciality cakes.

For the ultimate convenience, book a table at the restaurant of your choice, straight from your Westfield Plus app. Not a Westfield Plus member? Click here to find out more and download the app.

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