Gluten Free Chinese Food

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Rice is probably one of the foremost foods to cater to anyone who is Coeliac. Interestingly enough, rice has the power to also satisfy hunger and sustain for a longer period of time. In Chinese tradition, rice lies at the heart of all meals. When we decided to have gluten free Chinese food on the menu, the choice wasn’t hard although … Read More

Mixed Vegetable Medley

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One of our favourite vegetarian options on the menu is our mixed vegetable. Doused in a light oil, this medley of pak choi, beansprouts, water chestnuts and carrots make a delicious accompaniment to any meal, lunch or dinner. This is our equivalent of a cole slaw or a potato salad on the side. Also filled with nutrients, it adds to … Read More

What’s on the menu?

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Only eight weeks to go before the biggest celebration of the year. For me, the build up to the day is always exciting. And early as it might seem, it’s always good to plan ahead. Those heart warming days in December when people are bustling through Christmas shopping and entertaining friends make for a time of happy feasts. Be it … Read More

A Sweet Finish

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Liquor Coffee

Every meal should finish on a sweet note. It need not always be a grand creamy gateau, or a sugary tart. It could be a cup of perfectly made coffee of coffee liqueur. Dessert has been incorporated even during ancient times. Back then, they didn’t have any of our sophisticated baking or sugar craft. They would serve grapes, dates or honey. … Read More

Art Of Cooking

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Whether it be chopping, tossing, flash frying or carving a flower out of a vegetable, there’s an art or science to it all. And no matter the same formulaic recipe, it still differs from individual to individual, therein the art of cooking it. Like any art, it takes years of practice to cultivate a mode, a pattern, a personal touch … Read More