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Song Qi celebrates Chinese New Year in Monaco

Song Qi celebrates Chinese New Year in Monaco

By Staff Writer - January 31, 2018

Photo: Facebook Song Qi
Photo: Facebook Song Qi

Song Qi restaurant, the only gourmet Chinese restaurant on the Côte d’Azur, will celebrate the Chinese New Year from February 8 to 18.

This event is both a celebration and the opportunity to meet with family and friends in an elegant and festive atmosphere at 7 ave Princesse Grace.

The restaurant and its team will offer a special menu across ten days with new dishes, such as the traditional salad Yee Sang King Crab, shumai shrimp and sea urchin or braised lamb with five spices. In addition, the DJ, Envy Soul, will be in house every night.

In the tradition of the Chinese New Year, many gifts to bring happiness and luck in 2018 will be awaiting diners.

On Friday, February 16, the Year of the Earth Dog will officially begin. The Dog is the 11th sign of the Chinese zodiac. Sensitive, friendly, intelligent, he never disappoints. By not liking loneliness, seeking above all safety, the Dog is conservative and traditionalist.


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