Fireworks, red envelopes, parades, and everything beautiful associated with the Chinese New Year, make it an event worth witnessing. The glitz and glamour, along with traditional and modern activities across the world, including Cayman, have set unique celebration goals for all of us. However, not many know the fact that most of these decorations are done in red, as the Chinese see it as a sign of wealth, happiness, and prosperity.
Chinese New Year is celebrated on a different date each year, which happens between 21st January and 20th February. Each year is characterized by one of the 12 animals under the Chinese Zodiac, and it is a 12-year repeating cycle. People born in the Year of the Tiger are traditionally regarded to be courageous leaders brimming with self-confidence and enthusiasm. These strong attributes pair particularly well with their notable generosity, natural ability to empathize, and endless commitment to helping others.
The festivities of our Grand Cayman restaurant will begin with succulent appetizers, Lobster Dumplings followed by Hokkien Bak Kua Chinese Jerky Pork Bun, Ngoh Hiang 5 spice Spring Roll, SOO CHOW Braised Aromatic Duck, Stir-Fried Vegetables with Cellophane Noodles, along with Egg Tarts, Mandarin Cup Cakes, and Moon Cakes in the desert. Yango, our Chinese-Malaysian Chef, will serve the guests with out-of-world dishes collaborating with Executive Chef Christian to observe this binge carnival.
Are you excited to cherish this brand New year along with a sumptuous reunion dinner, beautiful decorations surrounded by a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea? Head over to Wharf today! Reservations are required; please connect at +1 (345) 949-2231 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.