London’s Premier Chinese Restaurant

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Naturally Chinese Restaurant over the last few years has gathered a few cornerstones to be happy to implement. From adopting its wide range of gluten free dishes, to being accredited by Coeliac UK as being the first gluten free Chinese restaurant in all of the UK, to promoting a greener way of functioning reducing food waste and even observing Earth … Read More

A Spot of Lunch

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August days are here where the air is balmy, slightly cooler after the heat wave we’ve just had. And it is this month where we get to make good Summer moments count. Gone are the days where one cooks a large meal at lunch time. These days, a plate of a quick bite of something nutritional and delicious does the … Read More

Rotisserie Platters

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Often a choice that may be overlooked is the Rotisserie platter. Our specialized rotisserie chef is trained in getting the meats to the finest textures that grace the art of rotisserie. On our corner of rotisserie meats on the menu, take note of the crispy pork belly which is like a fine delicacy in Chinese cuisine. Cooked to perfection with succulent … Read More

A Signature Dessert

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Whether it’s a cold windy evening or a sweltering summer’s day, the taste and comfort of a crispy cream bun from our menu makes for a signature dessert. I often have this as an instant pick-me-up after a hectic day, pairing it with a heart warming cup of coffee or tea.  In times past, going back to the days of … Read More

Chicken in Cashew Nuts and Bean Sauce

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Home is where the heart is and in this case the heart lies in the essence of this dish of surprise and splendour –Chicken in cashew nuts and bean sauce! If you haven’t tried this yet, it’s a dish that will not disappoint. At Naturally Chinese, we make ours in a yellow bean sauce. Although black bean is more popular … Read More

Art of The Claypot

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Claypots form one of the main dishes in Chinese Cuisine. Many countries around the world use a form of claypot — a pot that infuses a slow heat to cook food in a delicate way. There is a comfort factor that exists in the art of the claypot. Perhaps it’s the earthiness and non steely quality that brings it to … Read More

Feel The Fear

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Fear can be an inspiring and impactful feeling. If you agree, you’ll know that we all feel fear almost on a daily basis. No matter how big or small the fear, we know it is uncomfortable, but in that discomfort, we can be catapulted to do amazing things in our lives. I’m a firm believer in feeling the fear and … Read More

Which wine pairs well

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You may agree that everything tastes better with wine, and in the case of Chinese cuisine, it is certainly true. In fact, the full taste of Oriental flavours become outstanding with the periodical sip of wine. When Chinese families gather to celebrate special occasions, frequent toasting is expected and with each clink of a glass, a wish of goodness and … Read More

Chinese Greens

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In Chinese cuisine, vegetables play an important role. Aside from the aesthetics of giving colour and vibrance to accompany any dish, Chinese greens can be cooked in many ways which is what makes eating them quite exciting. The methods of cooking vary, going back to the various regions in China in their ways of preserving vegetables or consuming them fresh … Read More

Summer Feasts

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With a line up of hot muggy days to await, why not plan a range of your Summer feasts whether it be an upcoming birthday party or just a Summer vacay with the family and friends. Summer is everyone’s favourite month –and in England, we all know those priceless sunshine days are fleeting and remind us that we need to … Read More