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1st March 2019

Best restaurant in Parramatta tells you all about the fifteenth day of Chinese New Year

Did you know that Chinese New Year is traditionally a fifteen-day celebration? Read on to find out more about the last day of Chinese New Year as the best seafood restaurant in Parramatta, Parramatta Phoenix is about to tell you all you need to know.

The last day of Chinese New Year is the first full moon after the new year and on this day, the Chinese calls it the ‘Lantern Festival’.

As a Chinese restaurant in Parramatta, we honour the traditions of eating sweet dumplings on this day as it symbolises reunion. These sweet dumplings are called ‘tang yuan’, which translate to ‘round balls in soup’. They are made of glutinous rice flour with peanuts, black sesame or sugar fillings.

During this day, festival lanterns would be displayed and children will carry lanterns to visit temples.

Whether you are looking for an event venue in Parramatta or just a yum cha restaurant in Parramatta, Phoenix has the perfect venue.