What’s Happening for Chinese New Year in Hong Kong (2022): Dining & Events

Reading Time: 4 minutesThings are a bit up in the air in Hong Kong at the moment with the latest restrictions announced, but we need to try and be positive and look ahead to better times. That said, Chinese New Year is approaching and with it, comes delicious food! We’ve put together a guide on the best Chinese New Year 2022 dining options and events in Hong Kong. Gong hey fat choy!

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Chinese New Year Dining

Radical Chic

radical chic chinese new year dining

From 25 January to 6 February 2022, enjoy a Chinese-inspired, avant-garde Italian dining experience at Radical Chic. For HKD$1,880, enjoy a Chinese-Italian fusion meal that includes pasta dishes with wagyu, dumplings, Sichuan pepper pigeon, grouper fillet and tangerine tarts.

Radical ChicInternational Commerce Centre (ICC), Shop B1, Level 101, 1 Austin Rd W, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 3618 7880, reservations@radicalchichk.com

Sino Hotels

For Chinese New Year, Sino Hotels is offering two authentic Singaporean delights: the ‘ong lai’ pineapple tart and sambal ikan bilis, dried anchovies, a popular snack in Singapore. You can get any one jar for HKD$117.3 or a combination (any two jars) for HKD$219.3.


Yue will be hosting a Chinese New Year feast from 1 January to 28 February 2022. The menu features Cantonese classics like roasting suckling pig and braised bird’s nest soup with minced chicken. Plus, enjoy two puddings: Okinawa brown sugar ginger pudding and parma ham turnip cake.

Yue, Level 2, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Hong Kong, +852 2535 0028

Sexy Crab

sexy crab chinese new year dining menu

Sexy Crab has unveiled its selection of puddings for Chinese New Year 2022. The new additions are the crab roe sticky rice cake and the black truffle turnip cake. The New Year Gift Box with the puddings costs HKD$588.

Sexy Crab will also serve two dinners, called the “Sexy Crab Bang For Luck” Poon Chois. The “Hairy Crab Roe Big Bowl Feast with Fish Maw and Abalone is made for 10 people and comes with 20 hairy crabs, along with cab lid stuffed with double portions of crab roe and Spanish Iberico pork and New Zealand codfish maw. The dinner costs HKD$3,888.

Meanwhile, the “Crab Roe Big Bowl Feast With Fish Maw and Abalone” is made for six people and comes with 12 hairy crabs, soy-braised pork knuckle, black moss along with scallops, braised goose webs in oyster sauce, fresh tiger prawn, braised pork belly and other favourites like steamed chicken, roasted duck and more. The dinner costs HKD$2,888.

Both dinners will be available from 28 January until 7 February 2022.

Sexy Crab, Shop 401A, 4/F, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 6655 7629, info@expresscatering.com

Mott 32

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For Chinese New Year, Mott 32 is serving a menu of specially-crafted dishes that honour the traditions and ingredients of the celebration. Diners can enjoy whole lobster salad with abalone and homemade sauce (HKD$1,280), minced prawn, fish maw, pigeon eggs (HKD$660), deep fried giant prawns with salted egg yolk, sesame and seaweed (HKD$290) and braised duck with taro and plum sauce (HKD$240), among others. For dessert, enjoy the fried arrowhead cake (HKD$220).

Mott 32, Basement, Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Rd Central, Central, +852 2885 8688, reservations@mott32.com

Chinese New Year Sweet Treats

Besides the Chinese New Year dining options, there are also several options for sweet treats!

Harry’s Kitchen

harry's kitchen chinese new year dining deal

Harry’s Kitchen will be teaching home chefs how to make traditional Chinese New Year cookies, cakes and puddings at K11 MUSEA. From now until 8 February 2022, guests can take part in various classes:

  • the Coco the Milky Koi & Persimmony class, teaching decorative “nian gao” rice cookies, and pineapple shortbread. The 90-minute class costs HKD$980 pp.
  • the Bloom of Happiness & Mandarin of Grace class, instructing learners on how to make fondant butter cupcakes decorated with peach blossom and mandarin orange. The 90-minute class costs HKD$780 pp.
  • the Nutty Triplets class, which will instruct learners on how to make a candy tray of cashew, walnut and almond cookies. The 75-minute class costs HKD$580 pp.
  • the Double Happiness class, aimed at children, will see learners make gingerbread men themed after “The Golden Roar” tiger, or Harry’s signature gingerbread man. The 75-minute class costs HKD$580.
  • the Turnip Cake class will see learners make a cake with white radish, Japanese dried scallops, Japanese dried mushrooms, local Chinese sausages and dried shrimps. The 15-minute costs HKD$1,088.
  • the Water Chestnut Cake with Osmanthus Flower class will see learners make a cake embedded with chopped water chestnuts and osmanthus. The 150-minute class costs HKD$888.

Harry’s Kitchen, B245A, K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, +852 5645 1365, hk@harrys-kitchen.com 

The Cakery

Healthy bakery The Cakery has unveiled its Chinese New Year collection of healthy treats, including a red sugar rice pudding, red date pudding and black truffle infused turnip cake. They also have a gift set, which includes five pieces of short date, six pieces of almond thins, three pieces of vegan black sugar ginger cookie and six pieces of vegan milk chocolate with lemonade ginger. They’re also launching a cookie set, a collection of six organic Chinese New Year-themed sugar cookies.

Finally, guests can enjoy The Cakery’s Chinese New Year vegan afternoon tea set, with such treats as Mandarin coconut panna cotta and yuzu tart, black truffle turnip cake, mini earl grey cupcake and gojiberry scones with red date jam.

With these Chinese New Year 2022 dining options, you’ll have a great celebration!

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