Wednesday, June 26The Voice of London

Tag: chinesefood

The Best Treatment For My Homesickness

Food, Uncategorized
Actually as a Chinese visiting student enjoying life but also struggling with language burries, variety deadlines, culture differences, daily trivialities in London, what gives me the most comfort and satisfaction is the traditional food of my own country. Though located in such a great international modern city where is filled with all sorts of wonderful dishes all over the world, I still miss Chinese food so much. First let’s talk about the highly ranked Chinese restaurant in London. Most people will go to Chinatown directly. This is a good idea. But there are also some other wonderful restaurants seperating in other places in London. I went out for testing them every weekend and now give you this recommended list. If you want to go to have hot pot, I RECOMMEND you to —— 蜀香格 (Sich

Eat hot pot to beat the cold weather

Winter is coming, it is time for hot pot. The temperature in London has dropped to 2 degrees celsius, and winter is on its way. Londoners can warm themselves up by visiting hot pot restaurants, such as Little Sichuan on Finchley road, Shuang Shuang and Ermei in Chinatown, or making hot pot at home.   Reporter: Yueer Wang   Sub-editor: Maria-Christina Chougkaeva   Walking passed Chinatown, several restaurants are already advertising their hot pots. That just shows how traditional Chinese cuisine is an indispensable companion for frigid days. Eating a hot and spicy dish during a cold day is much more satisfying than a cold sandwich. Hot pot literally means a metal pot containing a simmering flavoured broth. The pot is often placed at the centre of a table and is surrou