To mark Golden Week, Hakkasan Hanway Place and Hakkasan Mayfair in London will feature a limited edition signature menu which includes new dishes that cater specifically to the traditional Chinese palate alongside a specialty cocktail and golden macarons.
The indulgent Chinese treats are made in-house by Royal China’s expert pastry chefs and contain up to 1200 calories each.
Theo Paphitis visited the Chinese takeaway owned by the parents of MasterChef star Larkin Cen.
Chi Kitchen will serve a diverse all-day dining menu influenced by Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, Japanese, Vietnamese and Korean cuisine, guiding guests on a culinary journey through South East Asia.
Instant noodles are a massively popular quick and easy to prepare food for people all over the world, particularly Asians and amongst the Chinese living in Britain.
Duanwu Festival is celebrated in China, in many other parts of Asia as well as overseas on the fifth day of May according to the lunar Chinese calendar.
Helen and Lisa Tse are their family’s third generation of restaurateurs, opening Sweet Mandarin in Manchester in 2004. They have successfully survived two notorious TV ordeals having won Best Local Chinese on Gordon Ramsay’s F Word and securing investment from Dragons’ Den for their range of sauces.
Try this for the weekend, a recipe by Chef Billy of the Royal China Club, for Nee Hao Magazine.
Larkin Cen has recently been trying to change how the British public perceive Chinese/Asian food by setting up Hokkei in Cardiff. He’s on TV at the moment, starring in the BBC series Larkin and Dale’s Takeaway Revolution.
Yauatcha City will be one of the key restaurants to join Broadgate Circle, the new culinary destination in the City. Located on the border of East London and the Square Mile.