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Monthly Archives: February 2017


Taste of Gluten Free


Embracing a gluten free diet is about making a lifestyle change --one based either out of necessity to not be ill from eating gluten, or the cutting out of gluten from ones eating habits and diet. The popularity of gluten free eating has been growing due to the awareness and consciousness of our bodies, our health and desire to stay vital. The taste of gluten free foods and dishes is evolving in a sophisticated way thereby making it very appealing and appetising to the taste buds. The goal at Naturally Chinese when we decided to serve gluten free food was to [...]

Taste of Gluten Free2020-04-30T10:51:06+01:00

Natural Flavourings


Natural flavourings are what we promote at Naturally Chinese. For a few years now, our Chefs have concocted their own chill oils made in house. These have been a popular favourite with many or our dishes on the menu. A particular complement has been to the raw salad that we offer as a part of a detox and cleansing. Our goal is to have for every dish a transparency and clarity of ingredients. In Asian cuisine, very often the range of vegetables runs between a variety of colours, textures and tastes. This is to bring balance of sweet, bitter, astringent and [...]

Natural Flavourings2020-04-30T10:51:06+01:00

Flash of Taro


Taro dumplings are a very special kind of appetizer in Chinese dim sum. It's hugely popular in Hong Kong, sometimes offered as a pastry because of it's somewhat sweet taste. The crispiness of the shell is like biting into a pastry of sorts. I've always been fascinated by this dish because of the way it is cooked and how each piece is a unique delectable piece of art in itself. At Naturally Chinese, our pastry chef dexterously achieves the tall flecks of pastry, which is what makes this food so coveted in Chinese dim sum. The trick he says is to [...]

Flash of Taro2020-04-30T10:51:07+01:00

Valentine’s Weekend


We all know that "love" is a broad word that can be taken in many contexts depending on how the situation and circumstances play out. In some countries the tradition of Valentine's Day is that of cherishing friends and loved ones, in addition to being celebrated as a toast to romantic love. I imagine that there are often mixed feelings on this day as there are those who feel they have more of a reason to celebrate than others. For those who are single at this time, this is a perfect opportunity to be with close friends, look forward to the coming [...]

Valentine’s Weekend2020-04-30T10:51:07+01:00

Month of the Peach Blossom


We've had a week long celebration for Chinese New Year. The turn out has been superb! We still have two more days to go till Sunday so do make sure you reserve your table for a feel good Chinese New year celebration of tossing the four seasons salad and picking the red envelope from the money tree. And after the year of the Rooster has kicked off in full galore, we move into the early signs of Spring with Valentine's Day. The month of the peach blossom as many know it in China, is when the sweet smelling blossom begins to [...]

Month of the Peach Blossom2020-04-30T10:51:07+01:00