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Dublin Lunar New Year at SOLE

Chinese Lunar New Year in Dublin

Happy Chinese New Year!

The 2024 Chinese New Year starts on Saturday 3rd February with the Dublin Lunar New Year celebrations running until Saturday 11th February 2024.

This year the Chinese New Year celebrates the Year of the Dragon. The dragon symbolises power, nobility, luck and success. It is one of the twelve Chinese Zodiac animals which also include the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig.

To mark the Chinese New Year celebrations, our Head Chef Oscar Chen has prepared a delicious special Lunar New Year-inspired dish for our customers.

Oscar’s Oyster Lunar Pancake


David Keane Connemara Oysters, Soy Octopus, shimeji mushrooms, pear, fish cracker & rocket with sesame dressing

Available from Saturday 3rd – Sunday  11th February

Chinese Lunar New Year in Dublin


To make a booking: click here.

T: +353 (0) 1 544 2300

E:  Reservations@SOLE.ie

SOLE’s Head Chef Oscar Chen

SOLE’s Head Chef Oscar Chen, is from Fuzhou, the capital and one of the largest cities in the Fuijian province in China.

Oscar started as a part-time chef at our sister restaurant FIRE Steakhouse & Bar in 2013.

Throughout the years Oscar’s hard work and dedication has allowed him to progress to the role of Sous Chef at FIRE and in 2019 he was promoted to Head Chef of SOLE Seafood & Grill.

Oscar’s experience is second to none and under the guidance of Culinary Director Richie Wilson, he has led the team at SOLE to win ‘Europe’s Best Luxury Restaurant’ at The World Luxury Restaurant Awards five years in a row.

SOLE's Head Chef Oscar Chen

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