Buddha’s Delight

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A delicious home comforting dish that includes cooked vegetables, mushrooms and tofu. It’s often known as a cleansing dish to calm the spirit and nourish the body when on a detox. Because of its lightness and varied flavours, it makes  a perfect dish for Spring and Summer. It’s also one of the most popular Chinese vegetarian dishes. By the nature … Read More

Village Festivities

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The past weekend was a good success at the Suriton Village Festivities in St. Andrew’s Square. Despite the fast changing weather, we had a surprising turnout of  neighbours and friends who came together to experience some wonderful food. For the goal that we set out to achieve, we sold out all the Pho that we had on offer and thanks … Read More

Quê Charity

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Through our special event at the Surbiton Food Festival, we aim to raise £5000. We know this is an attainable amount with your help and support. There is a mutual trust and sense of responsibility that we hold high in this regard. We feel a strong responsibility that the money raised is donated to this cause. Which is why in … Read More

Treat Yourself Or A Friend

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On a trip to Vietnam a few years ago, I remember sitting at a street side café after the scorching heat at left me longing for a Vietnamese iced coffee. What is a Vietnamese iced coffee and what makes it essentially Vietnamese? Many countries in Asia have a similar preparation but Vietnam has its own signature concoction. Sweetened with condensed … Read More

A Bowl of Pho

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It may be a hot or a cold day, the wind has built your appetite and you’re thinking of a dish that’s nourishing, delicious with a kick to inspire you. A bowl of Pho calls for just the right balance of spice, exotic flavour and heartiness, not forgetting a zest of juicy lemon. Vietnamese Pho has one of the best … Read More