Mindfulness of eating

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Prawn Wanton Soup with noodles

When we think about food and eating in the age we live in, two factors come into play: what are the choices of food we have to eat, and secondly, how do we obtain them as quickly as possible. Many times the stress of life takes over our better judgement and we can forget to take time to indulge in … Read More

Midsummer Bustle

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Gluten Free

Planning a summer birthday or a get-together with friends?  Barbecue season is definitely on! Some of our versions of delectable tender meats featured this month are the sizzling lamb, mandarin steak and honey barbecued fillet of pork. We also feature our Rotisserie platter which comes with the fillet of pork. If you and your party are meat lovers, we can design … Read More

Soft-Shell Crab

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Many countries around the world create this dish in their own unique way. Our deep fried soft-shell crab on the menu may be a bit of a surprise to some, but it is very popular in Asian cuisine. Soft-shell crab has different varieties of course, depending on the place and the kind of crab that is local to the region. … Read More

Chicken in Wine

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This is our version of a Coq-au-vin, prepared with essentially Chinese herbs and wine. What makes it distinctive to the Chinese version of the dish is the wine – fermented rice wine known as Saoxing wine. It is sweet, almost like a sherry which gives a mild marinade to the chicken. Unlike its French counterpart, this dish uses more spice than … Read More

The lightness of greens

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A big part of our cuisine uses the colour green. The leafy logo that is part of our identity denotes our partiality to green leafy vegetables in all our meal combinations. It has and remains an important component of the diet. The lightness of greens, in addition to its aesthetic appeal, is beneficial to counterbalance other foods. Our favourite and … Read More

Culinary Insights

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Stylist magazine

It was about two years after opening the restaurant that magazine publications, bloggers and other culinary connoisseurs began to take notice of what Naturally Chinese had to offer. We had a great review in Stylist magazine back in 2015 that featured in the top  UK bars and restaurants for  healthy eating. It was a fulfilling task to bring Naturally Chinese … Read More

Naturally Chinese

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Naturally Chinese Menu

What makes the essence of Chinese cuisine is what is diverse about it. Chinese cooking can be said to be one of the most complex even if turned out from a wok in a matter of minutes. China has many regions and within it lies a variety in styles of cooking. Some of these we incorporate into the dishes at … Read More

Summer Delectables

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coconut sorbet at Naturally Chinese

So with the heat wave we’ve been experiencing this past week, you might agree that consumption of ice cream has probably risen substantially. We’ve noticed it’s been ordered at the restaurant these days. However, that has always been one of the favourite summer delectables for most people. That and Summer cocktails or mocktails. Here’s a list of some of our … Read More

Ribs in Capital Sauce

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Sometimes a plate of succulent ribs and a cool beer just hits the spot, especially on a sunny sweltering day like today. We’re in the middle of June and it looks like Summer has settled in. And if it has crossed your mind to feast on a summer favourite such as ribs — The chefs at Naturally Chinese have worked three … Read More

Father’s Day

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Father’s Day has the benefit of being on the brink of Summer. The weather leaves open the possibilities to treat your dad to a fantastic Father’s Day celebration. I’m sure you would agree that it is important to let fathers take center stage on this day. The role of a father has been evolving and making steady progress towards being … Read More