Empress Gin & Lychee Cocktail

An exquisite tasting cocktail made with 1908 Empress Gin, a perfect blend of juniper and citrus notes. This small batch gin is infused with butterfly pea blossom, an exotic herb that balances the traditional citrus notes of gin with a warm herbal earthiness, and gives the gin its natural indigo colour.

Mandarine & Passion Fruit with Mascarpone Sponge Cake

Ingredients: Cake 300g unsalted butter 300g caster sugar 6 eggs dash of vanilla extract 300g self raising flour 1 teaspoon baking powder Mandarine Curd 275g caster sugar  2 teaspoons Cornstarch 2 large Eggs 2 large Egg Yolks 120ml fresh mandarine juice 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 85g unsalted butter, cut into cubes Mascarpone Filling 250g…

Lychee & Champagne Mojito

A far eastern take on the traditional mojito with a dash of lychee liqueur and champagne to add that extra taste of glam and sparkle.

Coconut Milk & Mango Dessert

Individual glasses of delicate coconut milk jelly with fresh mango. An easy and perfect dessert for a hot summer’s day.

Coconut Milk Rice Pudding

A quick and easy rice pudding using coconut milk served with fresh fruit laced with a squeeze of fresh lime juice.

Prosperity Toss 魚生

A Prosperity Toss on the 7th Day of the Lunar New Year to symbolise abundance, prosperity and good health.

Chinese New Year Cake ~ Nian Gao

Nian Gao is a popular sweet, gooey rice cake eaten during Chinese New Year. It is considered lucky as the pronunciation of Nian Gao sounds like “year high” which symbolises a better year ahead, advancement, promotion and the promise of a better year ahead.

Chinese New Year & Pussy Willow

Pussy Willow 柳絮The pussy willow plant, also known as Catkins bear their furry buds from late winter onwards and this signifies the beginning of Spring.  The many buds of the pussy willow make it a favourite flower for Chinese New Year. The fluffy white blossoms resemble silk, and they soon give forth young shoots the colour…

Homemade Mango Pudding

Chinese meals do not typically end with a dessert or dessert course which is common in Western cuisine. Instead a platter of fresh seasonal fruit is often served at the end of the meal. However, Dim Sum menus have incorporated puddings which are often served in small portions together with the savoury items; there is…