Lanterns and sushi at Chinese festival

The Chinese Lantern Festival, which fell on March 5 this year, marks the end of the Chinese New Year festivities and is celebrated on the first full moon of the lunar year. Lanterns adorn the sky during the night, creating a magical atmosphere adding to the romance of the full moon. SushiCo, an Asian cuisine restaurant with Chinese, Japanese and Thai specialties, celebrated the Lantern Festival by flying lanterns in the Ankara skyline and cutting a multi-layered Sushi birthday cake.

The restaurant is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its first branch in Ankara with a series of special activities. The anniversary menu featuring multiple courses and whole bottle of Leona wine will be available until the end of March.

March 8, Women's Day, will be celebrated with a special Sushi course exclusive to women and children developed by sushi master chef Yutaka Hoshino. Sushi courses in Ankara will also be available to the wider public upon request; the scheduled courses are March 7 and 8 at 7 p.m. For reservations call: 444 7874.

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