Lunar Feasts with Carrolls Gifts
Presented in association with Carrolls Gifts
A key part of the Chinese New Year celebrations is enjoying good food with good company. From the traditional Chinese New Year Eve’s dinner right through to the tasty sticky rice balls served on the fifteenth day of the celebrations, Dublin’s Asian eateries will be serving up delicious dining experiences throughout the lunar festival.
Check out the different lunar feasts on offer below and keep an eye out for traditional Lion Dancers making a visit to the restaurants on Friday 31st January 2020 from 6pm!
海兰江 Hilan Chinese and Korean Restaurant | 45 Capel St D1 | T 01 8748677
Hilan showcase the punchy flavours of China and Korea. Try The Kimchi pork soup or the braised pork belly with broccoli!
老湘好 Sichuan Chilli King Chinese Restaurant | 100 Parnell St, D1 | T 01 878 3400
If you like bold and spicy food you must try this restaurant. Their speciality is the Sichuan-style Sea Bass served on a hot stone. Enjoy!
李记 Lee Kee | 100a Parnell St, D1 | T 01 5671814
Lee Kee specialises in Northern Chinese cuisine. Enjoy a serving of multi-flavoured spare ribs, or the classic Peking roast duck with pancakes.
朋来超市 Peng Lai Supermarket | 101 Parnell St, D1
Add this to your shopping list! Shop for all the best ingredients from Peng Lai Supermarket. You can also find great kitchen supplies and Chinese New Year decorations here.
海底捞 Lao Hot Pot | 102 Parnell St, D1 | T 01 877 9666
Have an authentic Chinese experience with Lao’s speciality hot pots from the Sichuan and North East Chinese regions. And karaoke for desert?
潮福城 Han Yang BBQ | 103 Parnell St, D1
Barbeque and hot pot options with a Fujian twist. The Fu Qing noodles are a popular choice or, for those with an extra appetite, an all you can eat Hot Pot.
井冈山饭店 JoJo’s Chinese Restaurant | 104 Parnell St, D1 | T 01 874 7957
We recommend teaming the Chengdu Bang Bang chicken with a refreshing Tsingtao beer!
巧面馆 Lee’s Charming Noodle | 105 Parnell St, D1 | T 01 8729340
All things noodles to be found here. Make sure to try the special Lanzhou hand-pulled noodles – not an average bowl of noodle soup. Yum!
食旺运 Shi Wang Yun Chinese Restaurant | 106 Parnell St, D1 | T 01 874 9690
Try out the crispy sliced sweet & sour pork to celebrate. The chef’s family recipes makes this an especially authentic option for Chinese cuisine in Dublin!
盒饭 Wok Station | 107 Parnell St, D1
Best place for some quick and easy comfort food. Think pork steamed puffy buns!
Mosa Tea & Restaurant | 139 Parnell St, D1 | 083 474 4561
Enjoy some refreshing bubble tea and experiment with different flavour combinations. We recommend the Honey Dew Milk Tea!
Pho Viet | 162 Parnell St. | T 01 878 3165
Make sure to try Bánh Xèo – crispy, flaky pancake with a mixture of prawn, pork, bean sprouts.
Madina Desi Curry Co. | 60 Mary St. | 01 872 6007
Have an appetite for the flavours of South Asia? Try this award-winning restaurant!