The Sharing Table

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Summer will soon be upon us, and our team of chefs at Naturally Chinese are gearing up to bring you some exciting twists on some of your favourite delights. What brings to mind this season is the sharing table comprising of delectable morsels of food that can be enjoyed by all. Everyone gets to taste everything, and isn’t sharing more … Read More

Coeliac Awareness Week

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Coeliac Awareness Week begins today (May 13th-19th). Coeliac UK is dedicated to increase the awareness of Coeliac disease and helping people to find out if they may be suffering from it. There is an online assessment that one could take in order to determine if they may have Coeliac disease. Details of this can be found on the Coeliac UK … Read More

All about great food

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Today begins the Surbiton food festival May 4th -19th, 2019, and Naturally Chinese is delighted to celebrate along presenting to you a range of fresh and clean tasting Chinese cuisine. Amongst the diversity and unity that brings us together through food, we present authentic and wholesome Chinese cuisine to you. With ingredients locally sourced, and chilli oils made in house, visit us and have … Read More

Dim Sum Heights

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Following on from our earlier post about new introductions to our menu and some new tasting experiences to discover; our dim sum chef has created a special tasting creation for the month of May to reflect the celebrations of our very own Surbiton Food Festival 2019. The festival evokes the unity of diverse cuisines to be celebrated and rediscovered amongst … Read More

The taste of Spring

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A typical Chinese restaurant serving dim sum on the weekend is a scene of the bustle of energy created from coming together over little morsels of beautifully crafted foods. The art of eating dim sum lies in sharing and sampling those delectable delights. It will always taste better when shared and depending on the occasion, Prosecco or wine can make an … Read More

Spring Galore

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Gluten Free Tasting Event

In keeping with Easter season celebrations, here are some of our favourites from the kitchen at Naturally Chinese. Some of our delectable tender meats featured this month are the sizzling lamb, mandarin steak and honey barbecued fillet of pork. We also feature our Rotisserie platter which comes with the fillet of pork. If you and your party are meat lovers, we … Read More

Pork Belly Clay Pot

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The beauty of claypot cooking is the holding of moisture without over cooking or burning the food. It is one of the most elegant gourmet dishes and can be enjoyed over lunch or dinner. Choose a claypot the next time you dine in with us. Pair it with our house wine and you will see the subtleties in the tastes … Read More

Happy 7th Anniversary

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Chinese Scallops and Broccoli, Naturally Chinese Restaurant

We’ve made it to year number seven, and proud to be still going strong and steady. It’s been an experience in learning and continues as our goal is to keep evolving with the times and adapting our service to better suit the needs of our patrons and customers. Still continuing with the blog and monthly newsletters talking about our activities … Read More

The Healing Value of Food

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The value for healthy, natural and unprocessed food to me, is one of the greater things to offer. It’s a struggle in today’s world as there are various factors that make it difficult to sustain. But therein lies the desire even more so, to see the success of bringing good food and nutrition to the community. Going against the current … Read More

Earth Hour 2019

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Earth hour is observed as an event to raise awareness of protecting the environment. Earth hour as a movement strives to unite people around the world to get involved in the discussion of preserving nature and actionable ways to go forth doing so. The simple acts matter in this regard. It may be nurturing a plant to life even if … Read More