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Monthly Archives: February 2016


Tea With Mum


If you fancy making this year's Mothering Sunday an unforgettable one for mum, then treat her to a dining experience she'll always remember. If typical afternoon teas seem overdone to you, then try an afternoon dim sum for a change. At Naturally Chinese, we have some of the best dim sum choices to tantalize and fulfill your taste buds. You can choose from an array of over 30 delights that will touch your heart and never be forgotten. Spoil her with a relaxed dim sum experience – jasmine tea or processco and a variety of more than substantial bit-sized delectables, ranging from [...]

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Mother’s Weekend


Mothering Sunday to me denotes a distinct change in season. Spring takes over on Mother's day in my mind. I see the flowers blooming, blue skies, the sun shining (even if it isn't). This is perhaps because as a mother myself, the joy follows when my children come home to spend the weekend with me. I like to see the whole weekend as a treat to relax and gather some much needed family time. I realize from the last three years of celebrating Mother's Day at Naturally Chinese that many of you like to celebrate an afternoon lunch or afternoon dim sum [...]

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A Double Celebration


We're half way into Chinese New Year week. It kicked off to a good start the past weekend and Monday, marking the first two days of The Year of The Monkey. We will be continuing the celebration until Sunday, the 14th of February which also ends on a sweet note of Valentine's Day. Cause for a double celebration. You can still book a table to celebrate Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day together. What better way to enjoy the evening with the delights of Chinese New Year and toasting to love at the same time? Traditionally, Chinese New Year denoted the [...]

A Double Celebration2020-04-30T10:53:24+01:00

Year Of The Monkey


Welcome to the Year of The Monkey. In Chinese culture, there is no bigger festival to speak of than this momentous occasion. As a child I remember the excitement when it was time to literally sweep out the old to make room for fresh and new things. We'd clean our rooms and help in the kitchen to prepare for the week of culinary delights. To this day I incorporate this value, and it helps me clear my head and set out new goals to achieve for the coming year. Today we begin or week long celebration. We will be hosting the [...]

Year Of The Monkey2020-04-30T10:53:24+01:00