Celebrate Chinese Moon Festival with a Special Sunday Brunch at the Pan Pacific

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The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, is a time when people return home to have dinner with family, admire the full moon (which will be at its brightest) and make and share moon cakes – a hallmark traditions of the festival, signifying the unity of family.

In honour of the Mid-Autumn Festival, Oceans 999 will be adding some Eastern flavour to our famous Sunday brunch menu on Sunday, October 8.

At the salad buffet, guests can whet their appetites with chilled Asian ramen salad with broccoli and cabbage, Chinese long bean salad with soy ginger vinaigrette, cucumber and Asian pear salad, dressed with rice vinegar and ginger and sunomono salad with baby shrimp, cucumber and rice stick noodles.

Guests can get warmed up with some Cantonese style corn & crab soup or chill out with a selection of Asian cold meats including jelly fish, pork hocks and BBQ pork.

At the dim sum station, pork and shrimp dumplings, BBQ pork buns, vegetarian gyozas, vegetable spring rolls with plum sauce, Hunan fried rice, and crispy Singapore noodle stir fry are sure to be a hit.

Hot entrees will include Szechuan peppered beef strip loin with sour cherry jus or pan seared red snapper with ginger garlic and black bean sauce, soy chicken with Asian greens, braised daikon, and steam gai lan, bok choy and Chinese mushrooms.

And finish it off with the dessert buffet featuring sweet bean sesame ball, egg tarts, mango pudding, almond cookies and of course, moon cakes.

To view the entire menu, click here.

Date: Sunday, October 8 | 1130am-230pm

Price:
Adults $57 per person
Seniors $53 per person
Children ages 6-12 $28.50 per person (Complimentary for children under age 5)
17% service charge and applicable taxes are additional.

Call 604.895.2480 and book your spot today!


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