Lunar New Year Dining at Viaduct Harbour

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon at 5+ signature Viaduct Harbour venues.

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Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with friends and family while indulging in special Lunar New Year menus, one-off dishes and limited edition cocktails across Viaduct Harbour’s signature bars and eateries.

Grand Harbour Chinese

Auckland’s favourite Hong Kong-style yum cha destination, Grand Harbour offers an authentic Chinese dining experience featuring a range of traditional dishes and over 70 varieties of dim sum. Expected to book out fast, be sure to secure a table for Lunar New Year ASAP.

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Bivacco

Celebrate Lunar New Year at Bivacco with a special 3-course set menu, featuring family style vongole, NZ crayfish mornay and a Tuscan t-bone to share – prosperous flavours for a vibrant year of the dragon.

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Boracay Garden

Serving authentic Asian cuisine, Boracay Garden is one of only a handful of Filipino restaurants in Auckland that offers traditional dishes on their extensive menu with a truly Filipino ambiance.

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Onemata at Park Hyatt

Onemata at Park Hyatt is celebrating Lunar New Year with two specially crafted menus that marry tradition with modern flair. Featuring divine dishes including jade green broth, drunken chicken, and braised baby paua, choose from a 3-course lunch or 6-course dinner.

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The Living Room at Park Hyatt

Celebrate the year of the dragon with a special Lunar New Year afternoon tea at The Living Room. Indulge in a delightful selection of savoury and sweet treats, thoughtfully curated to bring good fortune and joy.

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Homeland

Throughout Lunar New Year, Homeland is offering a one-off special dish: pork, prawn, salted duck egg + five spice sausage, fish dumplings, egg noodles, mushrooms in a crayfish broth. On the 10th of February, Sam Low will be running a Lunar New Year cooking class, teaching two different types of dumplings from scratch, using his incredible homemade wrapper recipe.

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Parasol & Swing

Parasol & Swing are shaking up five special Lunar New Year cocktails.

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