A time to come together.
For many, Lunar New Year, commonly known as Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival, signifies a fresh start. The celebrations centre around family and friends coming together and celebrating with hope for the year ahead. Fresh starts, hope and togetherness are a way of setting intentions for 2022 – and where better to set these intentions than at the Treasury Brisbane.
At Treasury Brisbane, Chef Sarah Ghim is taking their renowned high tea to new celestial heights in celebration of Lunar New Year and the year of the Tiger, creating the Tray of Togetherness and incorporating fine ingredients and flavours of symbolic significance.
The Tray of Togetherness shared platter symbolises celebration and good fortune for the year ahead. It has been created for this special occasion with savoury delicacies including prawn dumplings, Xiaolongbao, Red Bean Bun and Crispy Pork Belly Bao with Pickled Daikon.
Accompanying the dim sum selection, the Tray of Togethernessis filled with lavish sweets including pistachio macaroons representing happiness, gold foil chocolate leaves signifying wealth, water chestnut montblanc for high spirits and wellness, and mandarin curd tart with citrus zest representing prosperity and luck along with additional delights including authentic Chinese tea.
Chef Sarah Ghim says, “I’m honoured to create a menu of good fortune for guests of The Lab, Treasury Brisbane. Lunar New Year has always been a significant celebration for my family, and I hope this special high tea menu encourages people to gather together to celebrate.”
Tray of Togetherness
Where: The Lab, Treasury Brisbane
130 William Street, Brisbane
When: Every Saturday and Sunday in February from 1pm – 4pm.
Bookings: (07) 3306 8888
Cost: $50 per person / children $25
Time for feasts, fun, family, friends and more. Celebrate this Lunar New Year at Treasury Brisbane.