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Enjoy Indoor Dragon Dances & an Eight-Course Feast for Chinese New Year at Phat Eatery! 

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The Prosperity Toss-Yu Sheng is an interactive and traditional Chinese New Year dish in Malaysia. Photo courtesy of Phat Eatery

Posted: January 13, 2020 at 1:12 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

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Phat Eatery has much in store for celebrating Chinese New Year on Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26. According to the Chinese zodiac, 2020 is the Year of the Rat and promises wealth and abundance. Phat Eatery is celebrating with an abundance of live entertainment and an incredible eight-course, prix-fixe feast of Malaysian delights served family style. Both a regular and a vegan menu are available; please specify preference when placing reservations. Seats are $38 for adults and $18 for children ages 4 through 12 with seating times at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day. There is a two-seat minimum per table; bar seating is also available.

The eight-course menu for meat-eaters includes dishes such as Prosperity Toss-Yu Sheng, a traditional Chinese New Year dish in Malaysia featuring raw salmon (substitution available), pickled carrot, green and white radish, sesame seed, plum sauce, cracker and sesame oil; Coconut Prawns with toasted shredded coconut, oatmeal, chili and curry leaves, and Lamb Rendang with coconut rice, galangal, pandan leaf, potato and turmeric. 

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Roti Canai, a type of warm, layered, Malaysian-style bread, at Phat Eatery in Katy is served as part of the Chinese New Year celebration. Photo by Chuck Cook Photography.

The vegan menu  offers Curry Vegetable Casserole filled with king mushrooms, oyster mushrooms, bean curd, green beans, eggplant and tofu, or the Ikan Bakar — vegan “sea bass” grilled with vegetarian sambal in a banana leaf. 

Both menus include dessert: Kuih Kodok with Pulut Hitam Ice Cream (banana fritters with housemade black glutinous rice ice cream) and Roti Canai with Vegan Kaya (housemade vegan kaya — a Malaysian coconut milk sweet jam — and pandan leaf), respectively. Children ages 4 to 12 can order a special menu for $18 that includes pineapple fried rice, chicken stir-fried noodles and a build-your-own ice cream sundae.

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Lee’s Golden Dragon Lion will wow guests with colorful entertainment during Chinese New Year at Phat Eatery. Photo courtesy of Phat Eatery

Lee’s Golden Dragon Lion will wow guests with indoor dragon dances filled with light and color! Performances commence at the start of each meal. Please be on time if you can. Latecomers will have to wait until the dancing is over to enter the restaurant. 

There is a $50 deposit per party required to secure seating and a 48-hour cancellation policy. Make reservations by calling (832) 913-6382. Reservations for the special Chinese New Year celebrations cannot be made online. Please note that walk-ins will not be accepted during event seatings (11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m.) We look forward to welcoming the Year of the Rat with you!


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