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Chinese Party Menu

Party is synonymous to fun, excitement and exhilaration and if it’s a themed party, the enthusiasm just doubles. Syncing every aspect of the party according to the theme may sound terrifying, but, believe it or not, once synchronized, its pleasure and entertainment, at par. More and more people today are opting for a themed party. Not only are they fun, but a unique way to bring out creativity and imagination. If you are planning to host a themed party, then one of the best options to explore would be to throw a Chinese party. 
Make sure right from invitation and decoration to dresses and menu, everything reflects the theme of the party. Though setting invitation, decoration and dresses as per the theme would be a cake walk, the same cannot be said for the menu. We understand that planning a menu is not such an easy task and much deliberation goes into the same. With the aim of helping you out, we have provided various options as far as Chinese food menu for the party is concerned. Hope you party is absolutely rocking and a trend setter!!
Chinese Party Menu
Finger Foods
  • Baked Chicken Wings
  • No-meat Balls
  • Dumplings
  • Egg Rolls
  • Momos 
  • Orange Martini
  • Screwdriver
  • Fuzzy Navel
  • Blue Coconut
  • Pomegranate Martini
  • Bloody Marys
  • Red Sangria 
  • Hot and Sour Soup
  • Sweet Corn Soup
  • Red Bean Soup
  • Soybean Milk Soup
  • Chicken Soup with Cream 
  • Spring Rolls
  • Stuffed Mushrooms
  • Crab Rangoon
  • Oriental Tea Leaf Eggs
  • Stuffed Eggplant 
  • Coleslaw Salad
  • Chicken Salad
  • Cold Asparagus Salad
  • Chinese Potato Salad
  • Cold Noodles in Sesame Sauce 
Main Course 
  • Scallops with Wilted Spinach
  • Sweet n Sour Fish
  • Duck with Almonds
  • Red Cooked Chicken
  • Beef in Oyster Sauce
  • Pork with Bamboo Shoots
  • Chowmein/ Chopsuey
  • Fried Rice and Manchurian 
  • Banana Fritters
  • Egg Custard Tarts
  • Chinese Steamed Sponge Cake
  • Steamed Pears
  • Sponge Cake with Coconut Icing
  • Honey Noodles and Ice Cream 
  • While choosing the menu, make sure you choose both vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes. This way every one would have options to explore.
  • If you are including a lot of finger foods in the menu, make sure there are enough napkins and toothpicks.
  • Apart from chop sticks, do keep in forks and spoons. Though you are throwing a Chinese themed party, it is not necessary that everyone, especially children, would know how to eat with chop sticks.
  • For a buffet styled party, make sure that plates, napkins, chop sticks, fork, spoon and bowls are arranged right at the start of the table.
  • As for the menu, remember in Chinese menu, soup is not had as a starter, but is drunk throughout the meal, as it is often the only liquid served with food. At the same time, tea is always had after the meal is over.

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