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Where in the World to Feast for Chinese New Year

Dim sum in a bamboo steamer at A. Wong restaurant in London. Source: Lotus

The Year of the Rooster will be celebrated by Chinese communities around the world from Jan. 27—and it's not all about noisy spectacles with firecrackers and lion-dancing.

It's an opportunity for feasting with family and friends. Food is central to Chinese culture and the holiday is a time for sharing traditional delicacies representing good fortune. But where to go? Here are some great restaurants to welcome the new year.