Celebrate Chinese New Year at Yauatcha, Bengaluru

Indulge in a celebratory menu with exclusive patisserie and macarons amidst unique Chinese lanterns designed by fashion and costume designer Nachiket Barve Of all the traditional Chinese festivals, the New Year is perhaps the most elaborate, colourful, and important. The year of the ‘Dog’ is here in 2018 and Yauatcha the Michelin-starred Chinese dim sum teahouse from London is set to celebrate the most awaited time of the year - ‘Chinese New Year’

To celebrate Chinese New Year, Yauatcha has collaborated with renowned fashion and costume designer Nachiket Barve who has designed customised paper-cut lanterns that will light up the entire space while the culinary team at Yauatcha has created a special a la carte menu.

 

If there’s one thing that’s essential to do in celebration of the Chinese New Year, it’s gather together a crew of family and friends and feast until you can feast no more. The special menu for this festival has been expertly crafted to offer dishes that are traditionally eaten during Chinese New Year along with some brand new Yauatcha creations. The Olive Dumpling is a first for the restaurant and promises to become a favourite with both vegetarians and non-vegetarians, while the Spicy Chicken Dumpling with red beetroot skin is symbolic of good luck, prosperity and joy. The Golden Fortune Prawn in lime sauce represents good luck as seafood is considered lucky in China; while the Shredded Pork Loin in hoisin sauce with mantou brings together delicious flavours that have never been seen before on the Yauatcha menu. Vegetarians can relish the Crispy Tofu in Hakka Spicy Sauce and the meat lovers can pick theRoasted Chicken in Mala Sauce. To celebrate the amalgamation of past, present and future, sample the delectable Black Truffle and Asparagus Fried Rice for a taste that is truly inspired or try the Pan Fried Noodles with vegetables in black bean sauce. In a nod to the beautiful lanterns, indulge in the Haoyun Lantern petit gâteau dessert with soy caramel and mandarin because eating citrus is believed to bring luck whilst ‘haoyun’ translates as ‘lucky’. A number of limited edition macarons will also be available, in flavours including Vanilla Orchid, as orchid is a lucky flower for 2018, and Raspberry Szechuan, vibrant red in colour to reflect Chinese New Year celebrations.

Come celebrate Chinese New Year in the most authentic andsophisticated way at Yauatcha this February!

 

Nachiket Barve for Yauatcha India

For the first time ever, Yauatcha will adorn itsrestaurant in Mumbai with handcrafted paper lanterns that designer NachiketBarve has made exclusively to celebrate Chinese New Year. Nachiket Barve isknown for progressive yet timeless design that looks at traditional techniquesthrough a contemporary lens. Having used cutwork throughout his career, he wasa natural choice for this unique partnership as his eponymous label also turns10 this year. Barve’s lanterns for Yauatcha will bring together the traditionaltechniques of Chinese paper cutting with his signature design and visuallanguage. As homage to the traditional celebrations that are held around theworld, Yauatcha will create history with this collaboration.

 

When: From Monday 5th February until Sunday 4th March2018

Time: Monday to Thursday and Sunday - 12 noon to 11 pm

Friday and Saturday - 12 noon to 1 am

For Reservation Call: 09222222800

Address: Yauatcha, Level 5, 1 MG Road Mall, MG Road, 1 MGRoad, Bengaluru : 560008

Website: http://www.yauatcha.com


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