A fresh meal & fresh start to the new year
In Chinese culture, 2020 is the Year of the Rat — a year of new opportunities for finding true love and earning more money.
Perhaps one of your first true loves of 2020 will be the multi-course dinner at The Carriage House from 6 – 9 p.m. on Saturday, February 1.
The celebration is often considered one of the most important holidays on the Chinese calendar, and each Asian-inspired dish will be prepared by chef Janos Wilder and chef Devon Sanner.
Aside from the fantastic feast, the Jade Lion performing dance troupe from Tucson’s Chinese Cultural Center will perform to ring in the Year of the Rat.
Tickets are $87.50 and include a five-course dinner and a half bottle of wine per person. You can also purchase tickets by calling (520) 615-6100.
Chinese New Year Dinner Menu
- Yusheng Prosperity Tossed Salad – salmon, daikon, cucumber, carrot, jicama, pickled ginger, pomelo, sesame seeds, wontons, peanuts, and plum sauce
- Lobster XO Dumpling, Pork Shumai, Shrimp Spring Roll
- Roasted Quail Stuffed with Sticky Rice, Char Siu – quail stuffed with dim sum-style lo mai gai sticky rice, and citrus glaze and ginger scallion sauce
- Red-Cooked Pork with Shanghai Nian Gao – Shanghai-style braised pork belly with stir fried rice caked and yu choy
- New Year Cake, Coconut and Sesame Panna Cotta, Pineapple Tart – sweet rice flour cake with coconut milk panna cotta, and a Singaporean pineapple jam filled pastry
The Carriage House is located on 125 S. Arizona Ave. For more information and to make your reservation, visit carriagehousetucson.com.