Yunnan Kitchen, the contemporary Chinese restaurant on the Lower East Side listed in the Michelin Guide as one of the city’s Bib Gourmands and boasting a star from The New York Times, is hosting a seven-course feast on Thursday, February 19, to usher in the Year of the Ram (or Sheep or Goat).
Tickets are available for $105 per guest, and there will be multiple seatings throughout the day.
Beginning at 5 p.m. on Thursday, guests are invited to celebrate the new year at Yunnan Kitchen with a menu that includes tea-smoked Buddhist-style chicken with Sichuan pickles, roasted peanuts, pepper, and salt; lamb and golden pumpkin dumplings; “Across the Bridge” noodles with quail egg, lobster and needle mushrooms; and more.
Dessert will feature sweet soy milk tapioca and “8 Treasure” oolong tea with red dates, lychee, and salted plum. Tiger Beer will be served throughout the meal.