Rolling Out The Spring Festivities

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We’re kicking off this Spring with a host of activities, the main focus being on The Surbiton Food Festival (3rd – 18th of May) with a line up of fun filled events for your enjoyment. The excitement is on with the Surbiton Village Fete in St. Andrew’s Square on the weekend of the 10th and 11th of May attracting friends from neighbouring towns, even Central London.

It’s a fantastic opportunity to get together with other business owners and neighbours, both the seasoned and new to promote some amazing food products and cuisines that have integrated in this corner west of London.

Naturally Chinese has some exciting offers in conjunction with the festival. Our three main events will be:

  • 10th May – a Food stall in the beautiful garden of St. Andrew’s Square serving your favourite treats with complimentary Chinese tea. Top chef, Chiu will conduct a food demo at 3:45pm.
  • 12th May – a Dim Sum Cookery Class, which has been requested by popular demand will take place from 7-9pm teaching you techniques on making dim sum.
  • 18th May – a Tea Tasting and Dim Sum event from 5pm onwards that will introduce you to a range of 5 luxurious Chinese teas coupled with the right dim sum.

 

And as part of the May Spring Offers, we will be serving you Spring rolls (one per person) when dining at Naturally Chinese this month of May.

Naturally Chinese is also proud to support the Kingston Pound Project ( K£ ) this year. It’s the first trial and is hoping to support and help sustain local businesses within the community.

For more information on our upcoming events, subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom right of this page. Stop by the restaurant and ask for our Spring Summer flyer offering you some good stuff you might not want to miss.

It’s going to be an exciting month so hope to see you in Surbiton enjoying the festivities! I’ll leave you with a little inspiration for Spring here.

 

Photo by Sandy Teles

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