Every Chinese who is celebrating Chinese New Year always have the similar wishes for the New Year Reunion; family reunion with full table of dishes for the family.
This year, Esquire Kitchen has launched its Prosperity menu for all visitors who is visiting their restaurants. Whether you are celebrating a great Chinese New Year with friends, colleague or families, this Prosperity menu set is up for the call.
The Esquire’s Prosperity menu 8 types of dishes;
1) Prosperous Yee Sang – Yee Sang s a prosperity dish unique to Malaysia and Singapore, which means easy to prosper. It is also commonly referred to as “Lou Sang” and “Lou Hei”, which means prosperity toss.
2) Fish in Ong Lai Sauce – ‘Ong Lai’ means “Luck comes”‘ a positive and welcoming word for everyone during the Chinese New Year.
3) Fragrance Prawns – Prawn Dish is a must for all Chinese during Chinese New Year. Prawns in Chinese sounds similar with the sound of laughing that symbolizes Happiness.
4) Golden Cordyceps Flower Chicken – Cordyceps Flower Herbal Chicken is served in Esquire Kitchen this lunar New Year to symbolize great health for all! Cordyceps Flower is known to be good for respiratory health eg, cough and asthma.
5) Prosperous Shanghai Red Braised Pork Belly – Esquire Kitchen’s Shanghai Red Braised Pork Belly is braised in a special red sweet sauce. The red color with fatty mean on it represent great prosperity.
6) Shanghai Fortune Dumpling – Traditional Chinese Belief, it is a must to have Dumplings during Lunar New Year. The Chinese dumpling symbolizes wealth, as the shape of the dumpling looks like gold ingot during they dynasty period.
7) Happy Lotus with Chinese Sausage – A mixture of lotus root and Chinese sausage symbolizes a traditional belief of positive abundance and a healthy mind for the coming year.
8) Fortune Vegetables with Chinese Yam – A mixture of snow peas and mushrooms are the traditional mixture for a vegetarian dish. Chinese Yam is known to have nutritious benefits that have soothing effect to our health.
Esquire Kitchen is closed on first and second day of Chinese New Year. For more information on Esquire Kitchen, visit their facebook at https://www.facebook.com/esquirekitchen to their website at http://www.esquirekitchen.com