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Ring in the year of the rooster with a spectacular feast!

On Monday, Jan. 30 at 7:30 p.m., the Queens Dinner Club will be hosting a Chinese New Year Banquet at Asian Jewels (located at 133-30 39th Ave., Flushing).

“Asian Jewels is one of the most exquisite restaurants in the regal borough of Queens,” says Queens Dinner Club co-founder Joe DiStefano. “We are excited to offer friends a very special experience.”

The chefs at Asian Jewels will be whipping up an epic feast for all who attend the banquet. Take a look at the menu for this amazing event:

Fortune Platter — Shrimp Dumpling, Shiu Mai, Veggie Spring Roll, Steamed Spinach Dumpling

Good Market n Good Profit — Dried Oyster and Pig Tongue with Sea Moss

Always Happy — Sauteed Jumbo Shrimp with Garlic and Pepper

Four Treasures Soup — Dried Seafood Soup

Bull Market — Stir Fried Steak with Mango

Money Tree — Sauteed Flounder with Veggies on Crispy Fish Bone

Lucky Open Bell — Deep Fried Chicken with Garlic

Treasure Fried — Yeung Chow Fried Rice

Long Life Noodle — Braised Noodle with Mushroom

Always Sweet — Dessert of the Day

Powerful — Fresh Fruit

Tickets for this event are $70. Click here to purchase your ticket today!

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