I had another opportunity to visit Solaire Resort and Casino to experience the advent of the year of the sheep and i’m glad to be part of this opportunity to witnessed the spectacle of a Dragon and Lion where dancers dress up as lions and dragons and begin their performance in the Solaire’s main lobby and parade to different areas of the resort.

The Chinese New Year is symbolic of letting go of the past and welcoming new beginnings.

 

There are many options to eat your way through Chinese New Year.

 No Chinese New Year would be complete without a feast. You can take your pick of the holiday specials offered at restaurants at the resort like the traditional “Tikoy” or sweet sticky rice is available at Red Lantern Restaurant. Boxes of this delicacy are also available for bulk orders.

The special a la carte menu consisting of mouth-watering savories like tikoy, dim sum and delectable Chinese specialties like Braised Pork Trotter with Chinese Mushrooms and Black Sea Moss, Sauteed Prawns with Vegetables and X.O. Sauce and Salmon Fish ‘Yee Sang’ and much more and will present by professional Chef’s of Red Lantern.

Set menus are also available for friends, parties and families. Those dining with families or entertaining business associates can choose from 3 different kinds of set menus, each of them comprised of more than 8 dishes priced at P1,888.00, P2,188 and P2,888 per person.

Families can also avail of the resort”s special rooms. Guests can enjoy an overnight stay inclusive of Complimentary Parking, WiFi access and shuttle service to major shopping malls and Php 500 gaming credits per adult guest per stay. Valid for local residents, prior reservation is required and is subject to availability.

I was very impressed with the gymnastic routine of Dragon and Lion dance and really enjoyed the famous “Tikoy” and the la carte menu of Red Lantern restaurant  located in the resort’s ground level. We all had a great visit and just wished we could have experience Chinese new year at Solaire Resort and Casino again.