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Afternoon tea


If you fancy an afternoon dim sum tea rather than lunch, then yourself to an experience. If typical afternoon teas seem overdone to you, then try an afternoon dim sum for a change. At Naturally Chinese, we have some of the best dim sum choices to tantalise and fulfil your taste buds. You can choose from an array of delights that will touch your heart and never be forgotten. Spoil yourself with a relaxed dim sum experience – jasmine tea or Processco and a variety of more than substantial bit-sized delectables, ranging from char shiu buns to prawn crystal dumplings to [...]

Afternoon tea2022-06-04T13:58:00+01:00

Pak Choi


One of our top vegetable recommendations to customers: pak choi. Not only is it delicious but works as an elegant and wholesome complement to any of our dishes on the menu. And it is filled with nutritional value being high in Vitamin A and C. The dish served at the restaurant works well with a  simple garlic sauce although we can tailor it to suit your preferences. Pak Choi is one of those vegetables that can be cooked easily at home. Here are a few tips on picking a bouquet of good pak choi and cooking it. Always make sure the leaves are [...]

Pak Choi2022-06-04T13:50:45+01:00

Summer food and feasts


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 fulfilling anyway? So try some verdant dumplings, puff pastries or turnip cakes. Perhaps some custard buns or char shiu bao. All our food colourings and flavourings are natural. And some of them even come gluten free. If you’re new in London, [...]

Summer food and feasts2022-06-04T13:44:30+01:00

Celebrating Father’s Day


Like all occasions we love to celebrate here at Naturally Chinese, Father's Day is one that ranks top of our list. We have a few dads amongst our team and I see the hopefulness and excitement on Father's Day to receive a card or a hug from their children which I find to be very endearing and heart warming. We'd love to see more of you celebrate with your dads at Naturally Chinese this Sunday, 19th of June. We source some of the best ingredients to create that timeless Peking Duck lunch or dinner experience, one that is momentous and pertinent [...]

Celebrating Father’s Day2022-06-04T13:39:17+01:00

Value and Aesthetic


Having a great team of chefs who are not only passionate about the food but highly skilled at what they do is a big asset. Their effortless way of delivering food well cooked on a plate has proven to be an art in itself. Apart from our daily lunch and dinners, there are those occasions when a special event calls for the traditional dishes that are essential to Chinese celebrations. Our big focus has been a trinity of factors - taste, nutritional value and aesthetic and I've been comforted greatly to know that the team are working to refine these continually. [...]

Value and Aesthetic2022-06-04T15:07:24+01:00

Distinct taste


From a big bowl of wanton soup to a mandarin steak sizzler, to a sweet finish of custard buns and creamy coffee, the taste of home goodness is alive and well in our cooking at Naturally Chinese. Ingredients that are sourced carefully and broths that are made from scratch in house. The idea is to enjoy every morsel of food and take time to digest and appreciate the taste of home goodness. The taste of home goodness can bring back memories of a home far away, one that we left behind for the lights of a bustling city. The ethos at [...]

Distinct taste2022-05-09T09:40:54+01:00

Sustainable sourcing


It’s not just about what we eat, it’s also what we contribute to our environment. It is easy to see that if we treat our environment well, and give it the care and sustainability it requires, it will take care of us in the long run. Every small deed counts, whether it be eating locally grown foods, cultivating your own vegetables in the back garden, saving on gas, energy and water, even walking more than using transportation if possible. Within the scope of all these little actions, the quest for good food is vital, for life. And by that I mean, food [...]

Sustainable sourcing2022-05-09T10:33:09+01:00

Surbiton Food Festival 2022


This year’s Surbiton Food Festival will kick off from the 7th - 22nd of May, and as usual the preparations are underway. Naturally Chinese will be part of the festivities promoting our gluten free and dim sum menu. Apart from the stall that we will be at preparing some delicious bites for you to taste, you won’t want to miss Chef David who will be working his skills at the St. Andrew’s Square event on 14th of May at 3pm. He will be giving a live demonstration for making dim sum. This has always been an all time favourite at the [...]

Surbiton Food Festival 20222022-05-09T10:37:43+01:00

Energy boosting foods


One of the most commonly used spices in our cooking is Star Anise. Shaped like a star – a woody, refreshing flavour really works well with our braised stews and hot pots. So also the Cloves that are part of the five spice mix. Cloves provide that dynamic variety of pungent, slightly smoky and somewhat sweet like essence that contribute a great deal to a nuanced taste. And even though the five spice mix is called just that, it contains more than five spices admittedly adding the extra bits of lime seed, even rice, fennel and coriander which make an unsuspecting [...]

Energy boosting foods2022-05-09T10:34:48+01:00

The joy of eating


Chinese cuisine is undoubtedly more complex than it might seem. The finer foods require attention to subtle details that elevate the dining experience, by finding ways to keep the dishes delicious without compromising on the nutritional benefits. To enjoy a small bowl of rice, some kind of meat and vegetables is a luxury in itself. Bringing together a group of foods to accentuate taste, delight, aroma and nourishment is the complex simplicity of Chinese cuisine. A good chef knows how much cinnamon, sichuan pepper or fennel to use in a pot au feu, and it takes years of understanding the elements [...]

The joy of eating2022-04-11T10:10:14+01:00
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