The Year of the Sheep at Yauatcha Soho, in collaboration with The Campaign for Wool
2nd of February 2015 - 28th of February 2015
Yauatcha Soho, 15-17 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 0DL
Yauatcha has exclusively collaborated with The Campaign for Wool for Chinese New Year, Year of the Sheep. The restaurant will be transformed with a Year of the Sheep pop art window display, pop-up art gallery and a wool makeover designed by Yauatcha and The Campaign for Wool to honour one of the most auspicious dates in the Chinese calendar.
As part of the celebrations, Year of the Sheep inspired macarons and petits gateaux have been added to the existing array of award-winning desserts and handmade chocolates. The limited edition oat-covered macaron is made from caramelised sheep’s milk with a dulce de leche centre, while the petit gateau is a sheep’s yoghurt bavarois centred with lemon curd and lemon sable on a bed of lemon sponge and pandan buttercream, garnished with sheep’s yoghurt cream and crystallised grains, flowers and cress.
The Yáng Walker, a cocktail containing Asian ingredients including Du Kang Baijiu, an unusual Chinese spirit, will also be available to order throughout this festive period.
In keeping with the Chinese tradition of gifting red envelopes, Yauatcha will be giving away eight prizes in a social media campaign. Guests are encouraged to locate and upload a photo of one of eight hidden sheep around Soho including the hashtag #YauatchaSheep to be in with a chance of receiving a lucky envelope.
Go to event website: http://www.yauatcha.com/soho/chinesenewyear/