I also have to ask:
What equipment do you have available?
What staff? What skills do they have?
Can they make the other dumpling shapes and doughs? Some are tricky.
This would fall into banquet style food where the Chinese would have a procession of dishes.
The first few dishes might just be ornamental, not eaten at all, just to show off the skill of the cooks.
Then some cold starters on small plates, three or four different hot starters as well
Then a soup.
On to the big dishes, whole ducks, chicken, fish, lobster with a few mixed dishes.
Then a large dish of noodles.
Taper off with simpler plainer fare (counter to what westerners would do).A sweetish soup of fruit or some such.
Then steamed rice and vegetable dishes, shrimp and walnuts perhaps and other "calming" foods.
You'll need a number of woks and stoves capable of quality stir frying.
You'll need a couple of specialized metal steamers for dumplings and fish and so on.
You'll need a couple of pots for soups, some for red cooking, and other braises to keep the dishes arriving in between bouts of stir frying.