Chinese New Year is an ode to cast away the past year and symbolizes all the goods from the year gone by and expecting better ones. Chinese folklore mentions the monster Nian being casted away by the spell of lights, firecrackers and loud noises.

For everyone who is accustomed to this festival very well knows the grandeur of the Chinese New Year. More so because the Chinese New Year is not only the epitome of celebrating the new, but also the summoning power of the Chinese Zodiacs, starting from the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig.

As a hub that has recognized the significance of the Chinese food in the heart of Bengal, Chowman is making its path like that of a tiger, hitting into a larger domain as a national Chain of Brand. It is expanding monstrously and reaching out this time with its wide range of delectable, traditional delicacies.

This Chinese New Year, the celebration is in order to re-ignite the long lost fire of hope, chances and passion that burn in the eye of a tiger. And despite the pandemic restraint, Chowman imitates the indomitable spirit of a tiger’s in order to welcome the year, featuring a huge array of delectable starting from Prawn Har Gau, Lamb Rolls,

Sweet and Spicy Crispy Chicken, Chilli Soya Pork, Crumbed Fried Fish along with a enticing main-course range starting from Shanghai Style Mixed Meifoon, or Seafood Fried Rice accompanied by Kung Pao Chicken, Chilli Wine Fish, Crab Meat In Black Bean Sauce, and many more.

And to celebrate the Tiger born, Chowman is giving a flat 10% off, born in the year of 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, and 2010.