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Chinese New Year is Coming, Tien Chao, Gran Meliá, Jakarta

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It doesn't feel that 2018 has passed and in 2019 this is certainly a time for new steps, new enthusiasm and of course new plans. Talking about the beginning of the year, not far away Chinese New Year will take place in February this year. Tien Chao, a Chinese restaurant I once told you before, presented an interesting set of Chinese New Year menus.
As a starter, the Salmon Yee Sang or Yusheng menu will certainly add enthusiasm where this is a tradition of Chinese people in Southeast Asia which has become popular in recent years. The tradition of combining various elements of vegetables with bright colors presented beautifully on a plate, added pieces of salmon and some dressing sauce that pampered the tongue. The dish is then mixed while saying several requests for this new year, then stirring together so that all the elements are evenly mixed.
This Chinese New Year Menu Set will be available from 1st Feb - 12th Feb 2019. Consisting of 2 choices of set menus, each of which will present 8 different types of dishes. From crab soup, roast duck to pancakes in Chinese New Year style. Each dish is served with a classic presentation and authentic taste. For set menu prices, IDR 588,000 ++ per pax and a minimum of 10 people are recommended each visit.
To add to the experience of this celebration, there will be a Lion Dance which is certainly synonymous with Chinese culture for centuries. This traditional dance will later take place at the Lobby Lounge. Besides that, here, you can also enjoy the beautiful presentation of Nian Gao or Chinese sticky glutinous rice in the form of colorful koi fish that will be perfect to be a gift on Chinese New Year. The price for this package starts from Rp. 250,000 net. This offer will be available from 10 Jan - 10 Feb 2019. Come check now!


Yovent A full-time blogger & social media influencer who has been traveling overseas with huge enthusiasm & passion to explore the culinary. Living in Jakarta with variety culture, food style and start blogging since early 2014. With a couple of experience, he has good referenced & inspiration in food photography and writing.


Gran Meliá,
Jl. Haji R. Rasuna Said Kav X-0 5 4, East Kuningan, Jakarta
Tel: +6221 526 8080



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