2020’s Lunar New Year will not only signify the start of a new decade, but occupying the first and most prominent position on the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of the Rat is set to be filled with good luck, wisdom and prosperity!

Nothing completes a celebration without a joyful reunions and connections with friends and families!

Hence WorldHotels has curated a list of award-winning hotel restaurants that are more than perfect for an unforgettable reunion dinner! With auspicious delicacies, their Lunar New Year menus will definitely be the cherry on top to the best Lunar New Year celebration.

Delectable dimsum at Wah Lok—Carlton Hotel Singapore.

Nothing is better than indulging on a smorgasbord of dim sum and classic Cantonese dishes on a big day! With such delectable offerings that can satisfy your local cravings such as Baked Barbecue Pork Buns and Steamed Crab Meat & Egg White Dumplings, celebratory meals at Wah Lok are definitely an exquisite crafted creations.

▲ Established in 1988, Wah Lok is a top dining institution in the foodie city with loyal local fans and a plethora of awards.

From the 13th of January to 8th of February 2020, Wah Lok will be offering its delectable CNY menu that is fitting for an authentic reunion dinner experience—featuring Oriental masterpieces like Alaskan Crab Lo Hei and traditional three-layer Longevity Poon Choi.

 

Authentic Cantonese delicacies at Jade River in White Swan Hotel, Guangzhou, China.

An oasis of tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, White Swan Hotel offers a luxurious Lunar New Year experience. A landmark in Guangzhou for authentic Cantonese cuisine, the Jade River restaurant in White Swan Hotel is an all-time favourite among local gourmands and travelling patrons.

▲ The Jade River is a one Michelin-starred restaurant.

The restaurant’s Spring Festival dishes—Roasted Suckling Pig, Sunflower Seed-fed Chicken and Steamed Garoupa, for example—will be available from January 25th until February 8th 2020.

 

Best Restaurant in Subang Jaya, The Emperor at Doresett Grand Subang, Malaysia.

The Emperor in Dorsett Grand Subang impresses with its spread of scrumptious Cantonese delights that’s idiosyncratic for its unique contemporary twists.

▲ The helm of the restaurant is Executive Chef Bryan Teh, who clinched the Gold with Distinction Award at Salon International De L’alimentation (SIAL) Shanghai 2019.

Its Chinese New Year specialty dishes—Crispy Salmon Skin Yee San, Roasted Duck with Glutinous Rice, etc— can be enjoyed at The Emperor from 15 December 2019 to 8 February 2020.

 

An Alternative Lunar Year Celebration at A Cut Steakhouse in Ambassador Hotel Taipei, Taiwan.

Looking for a unique CNY celebration, well savour on mouth-watering steaks at A Cut Steakhouse which offers the finest quality steaks, style and service for a quiet reunion with loved ones. A Cut Steakhouse in the Ambassador Hotel Taiper sources its A-grade cuts of meat from the United States and Australia while boasting a superb wine list.

▲ A Cut Steakhouse is a proud receiver of the Michelin Plate in 2018.

Be sure to try also the highly raved Tie Guan Yin Souffle to end off your perfect meal.

 

Reimagine French classics at Pierre Gagnaire à Séoul in Lotte Hotel Seoul, South Korea.

To start the Lunar New Year on a high, indulge in a spectacular dining experience at Lotte Hotel Seoul. Sitting on the 35th floor, the eponymous Michelin-starred French fine dining restaurant by Chef Pierre Gagnaire offers a fantastic view of the shimmering city and Bukhansan Mountain.

▲ Exuding French luxury, Pierre Gagnaire à Séoul is a refreshing change from the classic ten-course menus at Lunar New Year reunions.

Serving artfully presented food made with 80% local ingredients, diners can look forward to the chef’s signature southern French cuisine and an impressive collection of over 250 wine labels.