On Saturday 9 February, join us at Duke of York Square to celebrate Chinese New Year (the Year of the Pig) with a fantastic Chinese edition of the Fine Food Market and a special appearance from Peppa Pig.
The Market will be open from 10am-4pm with a selection of exclusive market stalls including:
Baozi and Chow Mein from Bite Mi
Banh Khot (dragon eggs mini cakes) and spring rolls from Rao Deli
Dak Gang Jung & man du from Goko
Dumplings from The Ugly Dumplings
Noodles and fortune cookies from Suria + Co
Chinese inspired cakes from Nick Fu
With fun for all the family, there will be the traditional Lion Dance Performance, as well as arts and crafts sessions where little ones can make their very own Chinese red envelope, greeting banner and headdresses. There will also be special storytelling sessions and a photo opportunity with Peppa Pig.
See you there!
Keep your eyes peeled for…
Don’t miss out on Monica Vinader’s exclusive offer either as they are giving you the opportunity to win one of three fantastic prizes in their fortune cookies. Start your February with a little luck and be in with the chance to receive either a 15% off voucher, 20% off voucher or an exclusive Monica Vinader gift. This exciting offer will be running from 7th – 11th February, and the discount must be redeemed before 28 February.
Fortune also favours the bold with NARS’ limited edition Lunar New Year collection which comes adorned in never before seen packaging. This exclusive series of three new shades of Powermatte Lip Pigment offers long-lasting coverage in flame, firework and firecracker. A New Year means time for a new look.
Need refuelling after a day of Peppa Pig activities and market tasting, tuck into Hoisin Duck Puffs at Gallery Mess, exclusively on offer for Chinese New Year. These slow cooked duck with hoisin and spring onions sit in Chinese flaky pastry and will be served with a Szechuan and black vinegar dressing; mouth-watering and the perfect treat after a day spent shopping. (Available from 4-10 February, £10.50)
In line with government guidelines, our shops and restaurants remain open only for essential retail, virtual shopping appointments, takeaway food and click and collect services.
But our Christmas lights are sparkling, the Fine Food market will continue to take place on the running track each Saturday (with full safety measures in place) and many of our restaurants will deliver their delicious food to the comfort of your home.