A Chinese Feast at Four Points

January 11, 2017 Edward Speirs

Whether you’re Chinese or not, you can’t help but revel in the festivities of Chinese (or Lunar) New Year. This year, Four Points Kuta is offering up a feast to celebrate the Year of the Rooster with their Prosperity Buffet Lunch at The Eatery All Day Dining Restaurant.

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On Chinese New Year Day, on the 28th of January 2017, you’re invited to indulge in some of the flavours of ‘the orient’ which often focuses on delicious Chinese seafood specialties – precisely what Chef De Cuisine Komang Wirta has pulled together at Four Points, amongst other delights appropriate for the occasion.

‘Special Taste’ Prawns and Green Mussel, Sweet & Sour Fish, Chinese Udon with Scallop & Shrimp and even some Salmon Wellington will grace the buffet spread. Of course, everyone’s favourite Dim Sum and Crispy Duck will be served on the day, because what is a Chinese meal without it them!

four-points-bali-kuta-chinese-new-year-2The Lunar New Year is not without it’s festivities though – it’s not just about the food! Features and traditions such as the the classic lion dance performance and blessings, Angpao (Chinese red envelope) trees, tangerine offerings and Chinese Live Music will all be a part of the Chinese New Year Day celebrations at Four Points’ The Eatery.

Customary fortune cookies will certainly be part of the offerings of the day, revealing to you what the the Year of the Rooster has in store for you, or perhaps simply some good words of wisdom.

The Prosperity Buffet Lunch at The Eatery will available from 1pm – 4pm. Price for the food and festivities are IDR 265,000++/person, with 50% off children aged 3-11 years.

Reservations: fourpoints.balikuta@fourpoints.com / +62 361 849 6606

Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta

Jalan Benesari, Banjar Pengabetan, Kuta
+62 361 849 6606
www.fourpointsbalikuta.com

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