No Lunar New Year celebration is complete without a feast, and there are many auspicious and symbolic dishes that are a must on any holiday menu: noodles for longevity, whole fish for prosperity, rice cakes for advancement to new heights, and more. Check out our list, including venues like Flying Fish, New Shanghai, Aria, Hello Auntie and more.
In 2021, Lunar New Year falls on Friday, February 12. Lunar New Year is a celebration for many cultures represented in Sydney, including the city's Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and Korean communities, celebrated through food, art, festivities and gathering. February 12 marks the beginning of the Year of the Ox, the second character in the Chinese zodiac, which embodies the traits of honesty, positivity and hard work.
We've picked out some of the best ways to ring in the new year in Sydney.
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