For those seeking al fresco dining, two of the Royal China restaurants offer outside space to enjoy the sunshine.
Head Chef Tony Truong, formerly of Royal China, will lead the kitchen team, supported by Sushi Chef Mun Seok Choi, who previously worked at Sake no Hana, and Dim Sum Chef Liang Kian Cheng, who will be joining from Yauatcha.
In the spirit of National Vegetarian Week, the chefs at Royal China have revealed their tops tips for how to create delicious, meat-free Cantonese dishes.
The highly anticipated Stiff + Trevillion designed Bang Bang Oriental will open in summer 2017 in North London.
By Tiffany Lo Chinese Cricket Club, named in honour of the Chinese national cricket team, is based in the financial district of London Blackfriars. Established in 2009, the AA Rosette awarded restaurant is located on the corner of New Bridge Street, opposite Blackfriars Station, inside Crowne Plaza London – The City hotel. With a warm welcome […]
Sakagura is a Japanese restaurant opened last November, bringing the district of Mayfair, London, a unique washoku dining experience.
Hong Kong’s home carrier announces the launch of Betsy Beer, the world’s first hand-crafted bottled beer specially brewed to be enjoyed at 35,000 feet.