Cantonese restaurant

From wedding banquets to political parties, Sydney residents share their stories about yum cha Marigold icon

Marigold, the beloved yum cha institution in Sydney’s Chinatown, is closing its kitchen for the last time today. While many restaurants may have survived the pandemic by changing the way they operate, such as focusing on take-out and delivery services, Marigold has turned out not to be one of them. …

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3 Little Pigs Chinese find a home in Humboldt Park

The pandemic gave birth to Instagram as an ordering platform for customers to connect with motivated cooks, bakers and bartenders selling food and drink using direct messaging. Like food trucks and food halls, it allowed entrepreneurs to create brands and test recipes without the expense of running a traditional restaurant. …

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El Camino Cantina serves candy-inspired frozen margaritas

Margaritas — they’re the top cocktail. While nothing beats a blend that stays true to its lime juice, tequila and Cointreau roots, we’re always open to sophisticated and delicious margarita flavor enhancements to really put a spring in our approach. If you’re a big fan of Mexican-sourced drinks, you’re probably …

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The philosophy that led Bruce Lee to achieve all his success

This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. You are reading Entrepreneur United States, an international Entrepreneur Media franchise. Throughout his life, Lee Jun Fan, better known as Bruce Lee, had the …

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Our selection of the one-day Open For Lunch festival in Sydney

Kylie Kwong’s Hokkien Noodles at South Eveleigh’s Alfresco DiscoKwong is the ambassador of an all-day open-air nightclub in the heart of Sydney’s former industrial heart – and she will also delight party-goers with her spectacular Canton-Australian cuisine. Your $ 30 ticket includes not only admission to the event, but also …

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Local heritage at Ming Court, afternoon tea at Crust and more

We’re ending the last week of November with foodies giving back, foodies thinking of home, and foodies just looking to serve up a delicious meal. Here are the news for this week. #FindYourPerfectMan at Joyce x Cookie Smiles It’s almost Christmas, you know what that means. It’s time for some …

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T’ang Court at The Langham awarded a Michelin star – This is Shanghai

T’ang Court at Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi, was announced as one Michelin star restaurant in the sixth edition of Shanghai Michelin Guide. Since opening, T’ang Court has adhered to high standards of classic Cantonese cuisine and meticulous, exceptional service. The guests benefit from an exquisite menu made up of top quality …

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The hotel launches a winter menu to serve the flavors of the season

Shi Chenrong, Executive Chinese Chef of Peninsula Beijing [Photo provided to China Daily] The Peninsula Beijing has launched a new winter menu, created by its newest executive Chinese chef Shi Chenrong, at its Cantonese restaurant Huang Ting. Located in Wangfujing in downtown Beijing, the restaurant is located in a recreation …

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Taste your way through a college town must-see – The Minnesota Daily

Where to get pizza by the slice, vegan dumplings, pancakes and more. It’s no secret that Minneapolis is home to a vibrant and ever-changing restaurant scene – and you don’t have to stray far from campus to taste it. Whether you’re looking to escape the monotony of dining room dishes …

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Is Hotpot the Perfect Way to Avoid the Winter Blues? Here’s why it’s worth traveling

Fondue originated in China and since then it has become one of the country’s most iconic and comforting dishes … here’s why. Just hearing the name “hotpot” implies that the dish has the ability to warm diners from the inside out and, in a sense, it’s true. With all the …

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