Celebrate Year of the Dragon at Veggie Garden!
Join us for an eventful Year of the Dragon at Veggie Garden, starting from Feb 10.
What is the best way to celebrate Lunar New Year? Here are our tips:
① Fill your refrigerator and pantry with authentic New Year cooking ingredients, snacks, and sweets.
② Decorate your home with red couplets!
③ Invite your family and friends for a tasty New Year feast! (Dress code: red and festive)
④ Give red envelopes (with money inside) as a gift of luck!
From Feb 10 to Feb 24, you are more than welcome to visit Veggie Garden for a full Lunar New Year experience!
Get all the foods, snacks, gifts, knowledge, and tips you need for the festive season!
Year of the Dragon Programs
Feb 10 (Saturday)
Special program all day long!
Reunion Dinner Buffet ( Feb 10 )
Every dish is plant-based! Served from lunch hour, OP=OP!
Try various traditional dishes at the reunion dinner. Theme of the buffet : 步步糕升/ bù bù gāo shēng / on the up and up
Delicious menu includes: radish cake, sticky rice cake, steamed sponge cake… give a try to the traditional New Year cakes that bless your career or study to be on the up and up!
Red Envelopes Surprise ( Feb 10 )
Make an order of a minimum of 50 euros on the day and get a red envelope surprise.
Red envelopes are a symbol of luck. What's inside the envelope? Traditionally, it is money, but what will you get on the day? Just come and find out! Limited gifts available, only on Feb 10!
New Year Story Time ( Feb10 )
Event in Mandarin, reservation required
Join us for two storytelling events featuring tales of Nian the beast and the lively activities on a busy Lunar New Year’s Eve. Each session includes storytelling time, a delightful rice doughnut set, and DIY time to craft your own 'Nian.' Parents and kids are warmly welcome to join and experience a fun and creative New Year time! [Reserve your spot here]
More Free Events
On every store opening day until Feb 24 (the Lantern Festival)
A Busy New Year’s Eve Art Exhibition
An exhibition of paintings from A Busy New Year’s Eve ©, an award-winning Taiwanese picture book created by Weng Yi-Shan (2019, Hsin Yi Publications).
The picture book portrays a busy Lunar New Year’s Eve in humor from the perspective of children. Learn or be reminded of all the traditions, rituals, and celebrations that take place during Lunar New Year.
Come visit the exhibition and let us know how you find the illustrations and traditions!
Lunar New Year Market
From premium rice, snacks, sweets to red envelopes and red couplets…you can get all the must-haves for the Year of the Dragon. Not sure which ones to choose? Just ask us!
Mark the dates and join us for a full Lunar New Year experience!
Get your Year of the Dragon supply
We also deliver to your door:
Events organised by:
小冊選書 Little Book Project and Veggie Garden.