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Head to Hawker Hall to Celebrate Chinese New Year

Feast your way into the Lunar New Year with Hawker Hall’s Chinese New Year Banquet, exclusively available on Tuesday February 5th, from 5pm. Featuring a five-course banquet menu, with plenty ofChinese-inspired dishes fit for an emperor. Devour Yee Sang, Seafood Stuffed Doughnuts, Chicken and Garlic Chive Pearly Dumplings, and White Fish and Water Spinach Golden Dumplings. Also, on the menu is Short and Long Duck Soup Cup, Soy Braised Pork Belly, Pan Seared ‘Nyonya’ Style Fish Fillet, Many Treasure Lotus Leaf Rice and Kai Lan. Finish the night on a sweet spot with Toasted Coconut, Jelly, Pandan Sago. Available for groups of any size from 5pm, the banquet costs $68 per person. Yum Cha: Back by popular demand, and every weekend in February, Hawker Hall’s popular Yum Cha is back. Dine in every Saturday and Sunday from February 2nd between 11am-4pm and enjoy six courses of HH’s style Yum Cha for $38pp. Hawker Hall’s Yum Cha menu includes a choice of, Five Spiced Chicken Ribs, BBQ Pork Bun, Poached Chicken with Green Beans, Fried Squid and Choi Sum, plus more. Hawker Hall will …

A new Fitzroy, food & cocktail pairing

Long-time Fitzroy cocktail institution Polly recently formed a one-of-a-kind collaboration with ‘anti-restaurant’ project, Chee-Boh, the creative culinary side-project brought to life by Executive Chef Matthew Tine, and the results so far have been pretty magical. Polly Manager, Dave Whitehead is pretty excited about the collab, ‘we’re pretty excited to be working side by side with an experienced restaurant team, the combination of an established cocktail bar and a restaurant is actually quite rare and we feel that this really could be a niche that the people in Melbourne are looking for.’ He went on to say, ‘there are quite a few venues already that play in the space of food and cocktail pairings, but the bar is normally created to complement the restaurant offering, in this instance, the Polly / Chee-Boh concept is really more like two strangers, coming together with great ideas.’ Chee-Boh (Cibo – Italian word for food), has already hit the ground running with a fresh, balanced and affordable menu, which was designed to perfectly complement the impressive cocktail menu, and premium …