The Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of the year in Chinese culture, and family reunions - often held at classy restaurants - are an important part of the festival. Take a look at what eateries in Hong Kong and other Asian cities have on the menu.
Enchanted Garden a restaurant at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. A buffet style restaurant, features character breakfast with a chance to take photos with Mickie Mouse and pals at breakfast.
Fairwood is one of Hong Kong's most popular fast food restaurant chains. With 137 outlets spread across Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, and the New Territories, the chain serves Chinese and international dishes at affordable prices in comfortable surroundings.
TamJai SamGor Mixian is one of Hong Kong's most popular restaurant chains,, serving Yunnan-style rice noodles, which come with a choice of five kinds of broth and several mouth-watering "condiments".
World of Color Restaurant is one of three food and beverage outlets at Disney Explorers Lodge, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. An all-day dining restaurant, World of Color serves international buffets at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
T'ang Court in Hong Kong is one of only four Chinese restaurants in the world to have been awarded three Michelin stars. Is it the food? Is it the service? Is it the ambiance? Five committed foodies go undercover to find out what, exactly, is the secret of this respected eatery.
Crystal Lotus is a fine-dining restaurant at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. One of four restaurants at the hotel, its menu is inspired by the cuisines of Guangdong, Sichuan, Beijing, and Shanghai.
Dragon Wind is one of three food and beverage outlets at Disney Explorers Lodge, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. The restaurant serves an international buffet at breakfast and a Chinese a la carte menu at dinner.
Chef Mickey is one of three food and beverage outlets at Disney's Hollywood Hotel, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. The restaurant serves Chinese and international buffets at breakfast and dinner in a playful environment.
Flamingo Bloom opens its third Hong Kong tea salon at the ifc mall one year after the first shop was opened in another part of town. The tea purveyor serves what it claims is a "healthy alternative" to coffee. Is this the sign of a revival of Hong Kong's tea-drinking culture?