Agreeably we live in a time where we can have any type of cuisine and any kind of food we want in a matter of minutes. With the variety that is available to us in this day and age, we may often face a situation where we have to think what meals to eat, if it’s going to make us feel good. And if it poses a bit of a dilemma on many an occasion, then what can we do to simplify the process?

There is great value in understanding the foods you’re fond of and why they make you feel good. With the knowledge of different cultures and the worlds’ cuisines coming together in such close proximity that is the city we live in, we are indeed privileged to have such variety and nuance to our taste buds.

When the chefs at Naturally Chinese created the menu, one of the more important goals was to incorporate a ‘feel good’ factor. In our traditional three course “feel good” menu suited for two or more people, the chefs make sure that in addition to nutritional value, the taste palette is well satiated. It includes a classic crispy aromatic duck; stir-fried pak choy in garlic sauce; king prawns seasoned with chilli szechuan style; fillet steak in mandarin sauce and rice fried with egg. To finish, a dessert of the day sweetens the meal!

A ‘feel good’ dinner is worth its weight in gold. It not only delights the senses but has the ability to inspire us to be our better selves. Wouldn’t you agree?