WELCOMING FORTUNE AND PROSPERITY IN THE YEAR OF THE PIG
“All dishes are carefully crafted and are linked with names to represent good luck and auspicious signs.”Executive Chef Daniel Calvert
Lunar New Year is the most important festival for this part of the world. Of course, a delicious New Year’s dinner can not be casual and must be spectacular. In the Year of the Pig, the Holiday Inn’s Golden Mile Chinese Restaurant has prepared a variety of Chinese New Year dishes for its guests, as well as a selection of New Year’s Eve snacks, symbolising the Pig’s great fortunes for the coming year ahead.
- Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, the heart of Hong Kong, Loong Yuen Cantonese Restaurant is renowned for its exquisite Cantonese cuisine. It has won the Gold Award for the “Dinner Group” awarded by the Hong Kong Tourism Board and the Gold Medal for the “Fried Rice Group”. The restaurant is decorated with magnificent traditions designs, and it is rich in Chinese elegance. Traditional paintings and handicrafts are placed in every corner. The two large fish tanks in the center of the restaurant reflect against each other, and there is a huge array of fresh seafood for the diners to choose from. Loong yuan’s premier signature dishes include shrimp, Australian abalone, and the award-winning Lamma Island shrimp fried rice. The rice is known for being salty, and it is popular among diners who often return because its big draw.
- There are three options for dining at Loong Yuen, and all dishes are carefully crafted and are linked with names to represent good luck and auspicious signs. Special dishes include roasted pig’s knuckle, Deep-fried shrimp paste ball with vegetables, roasted crispy chicken, braised superior bird’s nest soup with diced seafood, roasted suckling pig stuffed with turmeric rice, baked half-shell boston lobster with herbs, braised dried seafood platter, pan-fried rice vermicelli with assorted seafood and eggs and double-boiled snow fungus with papaya, and sweetened walnut cream with glutinous dumpling.
- The “Loong Yuen Delight Seafood Promotion” has a variety of dishes prepared with the finest ingredients. Including braised abalone and goose in oyster sauce, braised abalone (6 heads) and asparagus in oyster sauce, braised sea cucumber with goose feet in oyster sauce, and braised fish and whole black mushroom in abalone sauce. Highly recommend is the braised abalone with assorted seafood served in a clay pot. In addition, Loong Yuen’s traditional hand-made snacks are also well known throughout Hong Kong. The New Year’s Eve snacks, which were launched on January 1st, such as baked whole abalone puff with assorted seafood, braised pork knuckles with peanuts in fermented red beancurd, braised seaweed and pig tongue, stir-fried turnip cake in X.O. sauce. The wide variety of seafood ensures that the New year will be a great way to share the year of the Pig in style, with their loved ones.
Loong Yuen Cantonese Restaurant
Address: 1/F, Low Floor, Holiday Inn Golden Mile, 50 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Opening hour: 11:00 – 15:00, 18:00 – 23:00
Telephone: 2315 1006
Parking: The hotel has a two-hour parking offer on a first-come-first-served basis for the
remaining $80 per hour