Noodles

Review – Shikumen, Shepherd’s Bush [London]

As I sit on a tube train playing Mahjong, I can still taste and smell the experience I’ve just had. Shikumen isn’t necessarily what you’d expect from a Chinese restaurant, but that’s because it’s more traditional and less about satisfying us
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Recipe – Classic Sweet and Sour Chicken by Kikkoman

Sweet and sour is most commonly associated with gloopy red stuff from a takeaway, but this recipe from Kikkoman gives it a fresh, new, at-home outlook. It’s so quick and easy to make, vary the vegetables and meat depending on what’s in the fridge, and the sweet and sour
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Ken Hom’s Tips & Traditions for Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is the most traditional and superstitious festival in the Chinese calendar. The next Chinese New Year starts on 19th February 2015 and will be the Year of the Goat. According to Chinese tradition people born in the Year of the Goat are mild mannered, shy and
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Review – Marley Spoon ‘dinner in a box’

So easy even my boyfriend could do it! Marley Spoon is a new company on the block, which looks to inspire people to cook more adventurously. They offer a unique service, delivering ingredients and tried and tested recipes right to your door. What do you get? The chefs at Marley
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Recipe – Chicken Peanut Satay Skewers by Amoy

We love Chinese food and with the Chinese New Year coming up on 19th Feb, what better way to celebrate than with some home-cooked Chinese food. This fab recipe from Amoy shows you how to take chicken satay to another level, by adding some great extras to their satay sauce –
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Crispin Busk from Kabuto Noodles

Profile – Crispin Busk [Kabuto Noodles]

    R Kurtz via Compfight   We speak to Crispin Busk, the brains and legs behind ‘posh’ instant noodle brand, Kabuto Noodles. Tasting Britain was won over by Kabuto’s irreverent branding, well researched variety of flavours and
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Review – Buddha Bar [Knightsbridge]

Stepping into the cool darkness of Buddha bar out of the fading sunlight of Knightsbridge (we had walked from Victoria) was the first of several pleasant surprises. Walking to our table overlooking the busy street my eyes adjusted to the low light. Lucien was our waiter, and what
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