Sautéed fillet in mandarin sauce

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Mandarin Steak at naturally Chinese

From a range of delicious preparations of steak, one of the most popular in Chinese cuisine is the Sautéed fillet in mandarin sauce. The complexity and simple elegance of this dish encompasses the sweet, sour and crispy. The orange marinade is the key to getting the steak tender and juicy giving it an added burst of citrus. This is an … Read More

Mother’s Day 2019

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Being a mum is never easy but hugely rewarding. As mothers, we see our children through the eyes of unconditional love and all is forgotten once they come over to say they’re sorry. Sound familiar? And here is that one day in the year to remind children to do something to celebrate their mothers. It is one of the busiest … Read More

King Prawns with Chilli

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The cold weather makes us crave spice and variety in our diet. A slender red or green chilli set on a dish of almost anything definitely piques our excitement and interest, and even the sight and aroma can do wonders for the body and mind. Spices used in Chinese cuisine perform various functions in enhancing or even subduing over-powering flavours … Read More

Char Siu Bao

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A bite into one of these heavenly delights is a treat to behold. Going for a dim sum experience cannot be complete without a serving of char sui bao that is fresh, and warm, with a texture – as a customer recently said – that feels like biting into a soft cloud. At Naturally Chinese, this Cantonese specialty is served … Read More

The Art of Nature

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Would you agree that the beauty of the universe and the art of nature can be experienced in a single flower? If you do, you might also agree that the art of arranging flowers is more than just putting them together in a vase as a feature to a room or a table. There is great value to receive in … Read More

Valentine Blossom

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We’re in the month of the peach blossom as many know it in China. It’s when the sweet smelling valentine blossom begins to bloom and falls delicately to the ground. This denotes the coming of Spring and the air filled with romance. With their perfumed fragrance and relation to the rose, jasmine and elderflower groups, they are also used as … Read More

New Year Feast

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Out with the old, in with the new – it’s the time to get together with friends and family to toast to good health and good fortune. I recall when I was a young girl, the new year festival was the biggest occasion of the year. The days leading up to it would prompt our family to do a deep clean … Read More

Chinese new year specials

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Here a preview of our Chinese new year specials this coming February. We commence our celebrations 5th of February until the 10th of February. The 5th of February brings upon the new year of the Pig, a year of fortune and luck. The yin energy of the Pig brings about a sense of playfulness, energy and enthusiasm. Whether you need to mend fences … Read More

Year of the Pig

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As a new year comes to pass in the tradition of Chinese new year, it is our yearly tradition at Naturally Chinese to bring you this great celebration in Chinese culture. Celebrated more fervently these days all over the world, Chinese new year is associated with feelings of wealth, prosperity and vitality.  Being the year of the Pig in 2019, … Read More

Quê Charity and an evening of togetherness

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With only 3 days to go till the Quê Charity Dinner on Monday the 21st, I want to take this opportunity to speak a little about what this charity means to us at Naturally Chinese. It was founded by us in 2015 but it had been over two years before that we had received a letter from a lady in Hanoi … Read More