Lunar New Year Menu Features

Happy Lunar New Year 2023

Lunar New Year is an international holiday celebrated by nearly 2 billion people globally in countries including China, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and beyond.

In 2023, Lunar New Year celebrations start around January 22; with traditions like the Spring Festival to start the celebration and closing with the Lantern Festival in February.

As the Year of the Rabbit, 2023 is predicted to be a year of hope. The rabbit signifies longevity, peace and prosperity. In Vietnam, 2023 is recognized as the Year of the Cat.

Our MSU Culinary Services team is featuring special menu options on Sunday, Jan. 22, for the campus community to enjoy. 

Below is a list of options we plan to offer in on-campus dining halls. Be sure to check our online menus at or onsite menus in case any changes occur. Menus are subject to change due to supply chain challenges or other last-minute impacts on our selections.


Pangea Venue (Dinner)
Beef and Broccoli
Sautéed Bok Choy
Chinese Cucumber Salad
Lo Mein Noodles
Brown Rice
Jasmine Rice

Salad Bar Area (Lunch/Dinner)
Chinese Pork Meatball Soup


Landon Bistro (Dinner)
Lemongrass Chicken
Vegetable Egg Rolls
Tempura Kombu Eggplant
Sesame Sugar Snap Peas and Peppers
Sesame Shrimp Fried Rice
Jasmine Rice


Veg Out (Lunch)
Lo Mein with Peanut Sauce
Vegan Fried Rice
Veggie Egg Roll

MiBowl (Dinner)
Orange Chicken Grain Bowl


Sticks and Noodles (Lunch)
Jasmine Rice
Sweet and Spicy Brussels Sprouts
Tamarind Lentil Curry
Thai Curry Beef with Sesame

Sticks and Noodles (Dinner)
Crispy Tofu 
Honey and Ginger Carrots
Jasmine Rice
Mandarin Orange Sauce
Tempura Chicken


New Traditions (Lunch)
Teriyaki Glazed Pork Loin
Pork Dumplings
Thai Chili Sauce
Garlic Buttered Rice

Latitudes (Dinner)
Sesame Shrimp with Mushrooms
Crab Rangoon
Thai Chili Sauce
Asian BBQ Sauce
Steamed Rice



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