Yee sang (Yu Sheng)

At The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali

Considered one of the most exquisite Chinese restaurants in Bali, Table8 boasts unrivalled sophistication and class. Stepping into Table8, guests will be in awe of the interior – a gorgeous design, reminiscent of a royal Chinese palace, with the glory of China’s Dynasty era reflected in the artworks and furnishings. The eye-catching centrepiece of the dining area is the row of fine porcelain pagodas, a famed Table8 signature. Table8 seats up to 100 guests, and for special occasions, the restaurant offers the Ci Xi Suite, a sophisticated private dining room that pays homage to China’s empress dowager Ci Xi and is decorated with artworks of her – a perfect option for the Chinese New Year.

The fine design is not the only highlight of the restaurant, as Table8’s Cantonese and Szechuan menu is simply divine. Serving superb signature dishes like the Australian three-head whole abalone braised with wild mushroom, roasted suckling pig and the live fish and seafood dishes, it’s hard to think of a more ideal destination to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

Furthermore, the dim sum selection and scrumptious Chinese buffet are a favourite in the hearts of the loyal clientele. Diners at Table8 enjoy the abundant all-you-can-eat dim sum offer daily, which showcases all-time favourites like the steamed crystal shrimp dumplings, golden sauce bun and siu mai, among others.

Nian gao

In addition to the home-inspired regional favourites, Table8 also takes pride in its tea corner with a variety of premium leaves from China. Speaking of which, the masterful kung fu pouring performance and the signature Hua Er Cha tea serving by the Tea Master are definite scene-stealers.

Ahead of Chinese New Year this February, Table8 has prepared some dining delicacies to welcome the Year of the Dog. First in line is the signature yee sang – which translates to “prosperity toss” in English and symbolises fortune for the coming year. Then there’s the nian gao, the traditional cake made from glutinous rice in the shape of a koi fish. A symbol of prosperity, the nian gao also makes for a great Chinese New Year gift for loved ones. Both Chinese New Year special offers are only available for a limited time in February, so be sure to contact Table8 to secure yours. 


The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali

Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Sawangan, Nusa Dua

Bali 80363, Indonesia

T: (+62) 3613017777

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