Chinese set menu: Excellent Chinese Set Menu for lunch – Review of The Silk Road, Bangkok, Thailand


Excellent Chinese Set Menu for lunch – Review of The Silk Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Yesterday my Company has held the Company Meeting at the Silk Road Chinese Restaurant, Plaza Athenee Bangkok and we had lunch there too. Our selected Chinese Set Menu is “Gold” with the price at THB 11,500 per 10 persons, very good deal. We all are impressed by the very delicious taste of the foods in the menu. First of all, the Barbecued hors d’oeuvre comprises of 4 kinds of appetizers, I do love the Jellyfish Sesame Oil the most. The Dry Fish Maw in Brown Soup is just right, I do love the little crisp outside and soft inside of the Dry Fish Maw. Then, my most favourite Chinese dish Peking Duck is perfectly cooked, the duck skin is crispy and goes very well with the sauce and pancake sheet. For the duck meat, I recommend that you ask the Chef to stirfried it with chilli and salt, very nice. The Sauteed Seafood with Sauce is perfect, all the seafoods in the plate are fresh and tasty. The next dish is Deep Fried Chicken “Hong Kong” Style, the chicken is cooked until the skin is very crispy and the meat is well done. It is served with the combination of salt and soy sauce, a little bit salty but yummy too. Then the sixth dish is Steamed Black Garoupa in Lemon Sauce. This dish is quite spicy; however, it is a very popular way of cooking fresh fish for the Thais. If you enjoy spicy food, I recommend that you must try. The main dish for this “Gold” Set Menu is Fried Egg Noodles “Hokkien” Style which is, again, very nice. The very soft Egg Noodles are fried with a special sauce and a lot of shrimps and porks. The yesterday lunch ended with Tapioca and Honeydew in Coconut Milk, one of my most favourite dessert. It gives me the cool, fresh and sweet taste, a little creamy by the coconut milk, a very happy ending. If you are looking for a nice Chinese Restaurant to lunch or dine with family, friends, or for business talk, the Silk Road is very perfect for all occasion with a good price too, I do believe.

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Chinese Take-Out Menu Translator

Chinese takeout is another way of saying American Chinese cuisine, a definitive variety of Chinese cuisine developed by Americans of Chinese descent. Dishes from China are adapted to American tastes and often differ significantly what you might find in Asia.

Learn more about each of the more popular appetizers and dishes, what is in them, and how each is prepared.


You will find these items in the appetizer section of the menu:

  • Egg rolls: Very popular in the West although not eaten in China, egg rolls are a larger, bulkier version of spring rolls. These are normally deep-fried and are filled with barbecued pork or shrimp, vegetables like cabbage, celery, and bean sprouts.
  • Spring rolls: A lighter, more delicate version of egg rolls, spring rolls are made with a flour and water wrapper (no egg). Like egg rolls, spring rolls are deep-fried. These can be made with meat or vegetarian. Vegetarian spring rolls usually feature shiitake mushrooms, carrots, cabbage, as well as tofu or cellophane noodles.
  • Deep-fried wontons: Wonton wrappers are filled with ground pork and a variety of vegetables and seasonings before being deep-fried.
  • Crab Rangoon: This is a variation of deep-fried wontons, although it is not an authentic Chinese appetizer. Wontons are stuffed with crab, cream cheese, and scallions before deep-frying.
  • Salt and pepper spare ribs:
    One of the most popular rib type dishes in Chinese restaurants, the ribs are marinated for many hours and slow-cooked with the marinade for two to three hours until the meat on the ribs is tender and soft. The ribs are then deep-fried so they will be slightly crispy on the outside and tender and soft on the inside.
  • Satay chicken on skewers: Chicken breast of legs marinaded in peanut-flavored satay sauce for hours before being grilled on a grill. Some versions of satay chicken can be a little bit spicy but it depends on the restaurant or take away. This dish is originally from Malaysia but it’s become popular in Chinese restaurants.
  • Prawn or shrimp crackers:
    These are popular snacks made of starch with (usually) prawn or shrimp flavoring. They are crispy, crunchy, and light. These come in different colors including white, pink, and orange.


These are typical soup dishes seen on the menu:

  • Egg drop soup: A classic dish, this soup of flavored chicken broth or stock, is topped with silken threads of egg. It usually includes a green onion garnish, and sometimes frozen peas are added to the stock. 
  • Hot and sour soup: Regional variations of this soup are found throughout China. All contain bean curd, Chinese black mushrooms, and usually pork, but the remaining ingredients can vary. It can be vegetarian and include tofu or eggs rather than meat.
  • Wonton soup: The word “wonton” translates to “swallowing a cloud,” and the wontons floating in the soup do resemble tiny clouds. The wontons are filled with a mixture of meat (usually pork) and seasonings, then boiled, and then added to chicken stock. 
  • Chicken and sweet corn soup: This is a soup made of chicken stock with creamed sweet corn, sweet corn kernels, and eggs.
    The texture of this soup is often thick, as it’s usually thickened with cornflour. Some versions of this soup contain crab meat, sweet corn, and ham.

Beef and Lamb Dishes

Moving to the main dishes, look for these kinds made with beef or lamb:

  • Crispy shredded beef in chili sauce: This dish is deep-fried shredded beef coated with sweet chili sauce. You can ask the restaurant to keep the sauce off the beef, so you can dip your beef in the sauce and spice it to your liking.
  • Beef with green peppers in black bean sauce:
    This dish is a stir-fry of sliced beef with green peppers in black bean sauce. Versions of this dish may contain yellow and red bell peppers and some chefs like to add water chestnuts.
  • Beef in oyster sauce: The savory flavor of oyster sauce works well with beef. In this recipe, beef is thinly sliced and then marinated with several ingredients that generally include sherry, soy sauce, cornstarch, and sometimes sugar. The beef is stir-fried or deep-fried and then a “gravy” or sauce that includes oyster sauce is added. 
  • Beef with broccoli:
    Marinated beef is stir-fried and then mixed with stir-fried vegetables. The entree is covered with a thick brown sauce or gravy that sometimes includes oyster sauce. 
  • Ginger beef: Thin strips of beef are marinated in ginger juice, covered in a batter, deep-fried and coated with a sweet sauce. Restaurants often deep-fry the beef twice to make it extra crispy. Authentic ginger beef will be dryer and less sweet than the popular restaurant dish.
  • Lamb in black pepper sauce: This dish is made with stir-fried lamb slices, usually sliced onions, and peppers, and is cooked in a black pepper sauce.

Poultry Dishes

Menus are often divided by type of meat. Here are typical chicken and poultry dishes:

  • General Tso’s chicken: Chicken cubes are coated in cornstarch and deep-fried, cooked with a sauce that includes hoisin sauce, dark soy sauce, and chili peppers.
  • Kung pao chicken (Kung pao chi ting): Deep-fried diced chicken and roasted peanuts are used in a spicy dish made with chili peppers.
  • Lemon chicken (Ling mung gai): The chicken is
    batter-coated and deep-fried and flavored with lemon. The main ingredients are chicken, sherry, soy sauce, cornstarch, sugar, and lemon.
  • Moo goo gai pan: At its essence, it is stir-fried chicken with mushrooms. It is an Americanized version of a Cantonese dish usually including snow peas, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, and cabbage.
  • Hot chicken salad (Bang bang ji): Made with hot chili oil, chicken breasts are cut into matchstick-sized pieces and served on a sheet of green bean paste.
  • Beggar’s chicken: A whole chicken is stuffed with vegetables (usually mushrooms and chestnuts) and is wrapped in dough (or clay) and baked. The story behind this dish has to do with a peasant who stole a chicken, packed it in clay, and lit a fire in a hole underground, where it cooked overnight. The result was a tender, aromatic chicken. There are other folkloric legends involving an emperor and his guards not being able to find the stolen chicken since there was no trace of smoke as it cooked underground.
  • Chili chicken cubes (Cheng du chicken): A classic Szechuan dish, it includes cubed chicken breasts, marinated and deep-fried; the sauce includes hot bean sauce, freshly ground Szechuan pepper, sugar, and vinegar.
  • Crispy skin duck (Xiang su ya): An interesting Szechuan dish, in this preparation, the duck is steamed, while the skin is deep-fried. The result is a fragrant, crispy variation on a Peking duck.
  • Chinese chicken with oyster sauce: Prepared oyster sauce, available at most grocery stores, adds the essence of oysters to this dish. The finished flavor of a dish served with oyster sauce—combined with all of the other ingredients—becomes more savory than fishy.
  • Princess chicken or empress chicken: Another interesting dish, chicken wings are stuffed with mushrooms and bamboo shoots (ham is sometimes included).

Pork Dishes

Pork is a common protein for Chinese food. Look for these items:

  • Mu shu pork (Moo shu/shi pork): This dish from northern China is a stir-fry of marinated pork mixed with bits of scrambled egg, green onions, and mushrooms. It is normally served with Mandarin pancakes.
  • Sweet and sour pork (Wu lo yuk, ku lu jou): Marinated pork is deep-fried in batter (some versions use less batter than others) with a sweet and sour sauce.  
  • Twice-cooked pork (Hui guo rou, hui kuo jou): From the Szechuan province, boiled pork is stir-fried with vegetables in a spicy sauce that includes chili paste.
  • Dry garlic spareribs: Pork spareribs are simmered twice. The second time, it is in a flavorful sauce that includes brown sugar and dry mustard.
  • Ants climbing trees (Ma yi shang shu): This is a very flavorful, albeit spicy, Szechuan dish. Marinated pork is cooked in a spicy sauce and served over cellophane (mung bean thread) noodles.
  • Ma po tofu (Marpoo dofu): This is a spicy Szechuan pork dish served with aromatic bean curd. It is numbing, hot, aromatic, and tender.

Seafood Dishes

These are common dishes featuring fish and shellfish:

  • Sweet and sour shrimp: There are two versions of this dish. One is deep-fried prawns (or shrimp) coated with sweet and sour sauce, and in the other, the prawns (or shrimp) are stir-fried.
  • Shrimp with pineapple: This dish features deep-fried shrimp (or prawns) coated with sweet mayonnaise mixed with pineapple.
  • Fish in hot sauce (Dou ban yu):  This is a Cantonese dish featuring a steamed fish fillet covered in a minced-vegetable spicy bean sauce.
  • Kung pao ming har: Similar to kung pao chicken, it is made with shrimp instead of chicken.
  • Salt and pepper squid: Squid rings are coated with a salt and pepper mixture and deep-fried. Toasted black peppercorns and chili flakes may be added. In restaurants, the dish is frequently finished by stir-frying the squid with onion and a mix of bell peppers and hot red chili peppers. 

Rice Dishes

You will always see steamed rice offered, but may also find these rice dishes:

  • Fried rice: Cold, previously cooked rice is combined with scrambled egg and other ingredients to add texture and flavor. 
  • Yangzhou fried rice: This is a very colorful fried rice dish, made with shrimp or prawns and ham or barbecued pork. Chicken is sometimes added as well. Vegetables include peas, green onions, and sometimes carrots for color. 
  • King prawn fried rice: This egg-fried rice dish is made with king prawns (jumbo shrimp), peas, and carrot in egg fried rice. This dish may contain other vegetables like sweet corn, pepper, or lettuce.

Noodle Dishes

Pasta originated in China, and you can see these varieties:

  • Chow fun: This is a staple Cantonese dish, made from stir-fry beef, hor fun, which is wide, flat rice noodles, and bean sprouts.
  • Chow mein: In this dish, usually thin egg noodles and vegetables are stir-fried separately and added back together at the end of the cooking process. The noodles can be soft or crispy depending on how long they are cooked in oil. The gravy is either added to the noodles in the stir-fry process or at the final stage of cooking. Chicken is popular meat to use, although shrimp, beef, and pork are used as well.  
  • Lo mein: These are tossed noodles, unlike chow mein, where the noodles are stir-fried separately, the noodles are tossed and blended with the stir-fry mixture. These are saucier noodles than chow mein noodles.

150 Years of Chinese Food in America

The Birth of Chop Suey

Chop suey, an “American” Chinese dish, is in part responsible for a shift in American attitudes toward the Chinese immigrant population at the turn of the 20th century. The dish is rumored to have first appeared on the East Coast in 1896 when Chinese diplomat Li Huang Chuang visited the U.S. and expressed his desire to eat Chinese food. Upon his delight, after a local cook served him chop suey, the dish quickly became a trendy food item in spite of its roots in America, especially following positive news coverage in the days following the famed event (Jung, 2018).

This visualization was created with word analysis through Voyant, using a list of all dish names from each decade. Voyant counted the number of appearances of each word and created a list of top occuring words. Although our data is not completely representative of all Chinese dishes of the eras, this visualization points to a few interesting trends, such as the decline of “chop suey” and the rise of flavors like “hot.”

We can clearly observe the popularity of chop suey through the visualization above. Chop suey is the third most frequently occurring word in the decade of the 1910s. In comparison, a later decade, the 1980s, observes the complete disappearance of the dish from its top twelve frequent words. Instead, words like sauce and sauteed both references an augmented dish rather than a basic or more popular culture dish. A similar trend can be observed with the word “Chinese” which maintained a downward trend throughout the 20th century as dishes tended to be described less and less by its country of origin and (implicitly) by actual descriptors of the dish as people became more and more familiar with those dishes. This trend is even clearer in the line graph showing relative frequencies of the keywords below.

Chop suey is the third most frequently occuring word in the decade of the 1910s. In comparison, a later decade, the 1980s, observes the complete disappearance of the dish from its top twelve frequent words. Instead, words like sauce and sauteed which both reference an augmented dish rather than a basic or more popular culture dish. A similar trend can be observed with the word Chinese which maintained a downward trend throughout the 20th century as dishes tended to be described less and less by its country of origin and (implicitly) by actual descriptors of the dish as people became more and more familiar with those dishes.

The dish name dataset was broken down by decades and imported in Voyant trends tool to generate this visualization. It shows the major trends of relative frequency of a few keywords in Chinese food history. “Chop suey” popped up at 1910s and was very popular in the first several decades, before it went a continuous loss of interests. “Sauce” gains popularity over time, indicating a shift taste; the word “chinese” appeared progressively less in Chinese dishes, which could indicate less bluffs and more authentic chinese dishes.

As customers became increasingly familiar with Chinese dishes, they gradually became less Americanized over time. The dishes began to shift towards more authentic and subtle tastes, achieved by the use of spices and sauces that define the taste of food. In a case-study of two Chinese restaurants, researchers found that “both [restaurants] have created their own special house sauce from a combination of soy sauce, vinegar, preserved or fresh garlic, sugar, dried red pepper, white or black pepper powder, oyster oil, plum sauce, cooking wine, tomato sauce, ginger sauce, and black bean sauce” (Lu and Fine, 1995). The popularity of the single word “sauce” thus reflects the increased complexity of ingredients.

The decreased frequency of the word “Chinese” also reflects a shift in value. As the saying “you are what you eat” indicates, it is often believed that through the consumption of ethnic cuisine we demonstrate to ourselves and others that we are cosmopolitan and tolerant (Lu and Fine, 1995). Therefore, when “Chinese” frequently appeared in the dish names in the 1910s, it marks the commercial strategies that cater to the need to flaunt one’s open-mindedness. As time goes by, people no longer need this superficial label to make others and themselves believe in their culturally diverse value.

In 1912, the Health Department in New Orleans shut down several Chinese restaurants due to health concerns. Early Chinese immigrants had found it difficult to acquire loans from discriminating American banks, and so they instead often relied on family labor and maintaining low operating costs (Jung, 2018).

With a new influx of American customers, however, Chinese restaurants gained popularity in America in the 1920s. Young white Americans entertained themselves by “slumming:” visiting Chinatowns in New York and other popular cities, while new dishes were improvised using American ingredients, like carrots, snow peas, green peppers, broccoli, mushrooms (Tunç , 2018). Beef and broccoli, today a popular dish at Chinese restaurants, was invented in America using a titular ingredient not native to mainland China—broccoli! (Lee, 2008). Another “American Chinese” dish, General Tso’s Chicken, is named after Chinese war hero Zuo Zongtang, yet this dish was unknown to the native Chinese.

Yet in spite of the newfound popularity of American Chinese food, the treatment of the cuisine as “exotic” enforced a discriminatory mindset. This distanced the American public from developing a genuine understanding of Chinese culture while doing nothing to resolve deep-rooted prejudices against Chinese individuals (Jung, 2018).

Toronto’s newest Chinese takeout joint serves set menus that keep selling out

Toronto’s newest Chinese takeout joint operates exclusively on a presale pop-up basis and only serves set menus that people are scrambling to get their hands on.

Called Sunny’s Chinese, it’s the brainchild of executive chef David Schwartz and sous chefs Braden Chong and Keith Siu. Their set menus for two to three explore regional Chinese cuisine, and the best way to get a taste is to subscribe to their mailing list for early access to presales.

“In our opinion, Chinese cuisine is the most historically deep and diverse food culture there is, so our inspiration is unlimited which is very cool. We put a lot of effort into making sure that we are respecting tradition and cooking in the spirit of these food cultures,” Schwartz told blogTO.

Their first “pop-up” was Nov. 22, available by advanced email orders only for pickup at a parking lot at 265 Davenport. The Cantonese-inspired menu was $85 and consisted of house char siu, stir fried rice noodles, a-choy, Buddha’s Delight and steamed jasmine rice bolo bao. That and another Dec. 6 pop-up with the same menu sold out.

A New Year’s Eve Sichuan-inspired menu for Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 consisted of dan dan noodle, Crispy Hidden Chicken, smacked cucumber, steamed yu choy and twice cooked pork. All menus are announced on Instagram, presented with eye-catching artwork by Justine Wong.

“We launch our dates sporadically and sell out quick,” says Schwartz.

The comments sections of their Instagram posts are flooded with people tagging friends, commenting “dang” and “wow” and asking about availability for the set menus.

Schwartz hints at a brick and mortar restaurant project the trio is working on, witholding any major details. All he’ll reveal is that Sunny’s was a way for the the chefs to get into the kitchen while waiting for it to open and that it will have a different name that’s under wraps, but that it will also focus on several regional Chinese cuisines.

10 Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore: The 2021 List

The best Chinese restaurants in Singapore show Chinese cuisine at its best. You can look forward to the freshest, most vibrant combinations of spices and ingredients at these establishments — basically heaven for lovers of Chinese dishes.

Whether you’re looking for sweet and sour pork, tofu, wantons, dumpling, or the famous Peking roasted duck, let’s go over the top establishments serving this food on the island. Below is our list of the best Chinese restaurants in Singapore!

1. Yàn 宴中餐馆

If you’re looking for a Chinese restaurant in Singapore that serves authentic Cantonese cuisine, Yan is your bet. Located within the National Gallery Singapore, Yàn 宴中餐馆 alludes to both its name and its artistic setting with a ‘feast’ of exquisite Cantonese flavours, served with sincerity and heart by Head Chef Ng Sen Tio and his team of chefs.

Be it a formal corporate lunch, a convivial dinner, a wedding or private event, the dining experience at Yàn truly is a remarkable feast for the stomach, eyes and soul.

Service Highlights

  • Yàn 宴中餐馆 is nestled inside National Gallery Singapore
  • Explore a spectrum of enjoyment encompassing superbly executed flavours in a repertoire of traditional Cantonese dishes, completing the continuum of pleasures from simple soulfulness to refined flavours, communal to individual, and warm cosiness to high elegance. Reservation options
  • The versatile choices of seating within its 2,700 sq-ft space reflects a sense of largesse at Yàn: three private dining rooms, cosy booth seats, larger tables, even the entire restaurant, can be put at the service of any size of group

Customer Reviews

Yan has plenty of rave reviews online, with many Singaporeans saying they are the choice for the best Chinese restaurant in Singapore. 

5.0-star Google Review from Nic X:

“Yàn has been on my to-try list for a while and we were well pleased with the food! Definitely one of the best Chinese restaurants in town. Great ambience coupled with delicate dim sum, well-balanced flavours and food prepared to perfection, literally Chinese fine dining at its best. We ordered the lunch set menu that provided great value for all that was offered. Will definitely be back!” 

2. MYO

BEST FOR  Classic home-style Cantonese dishes
ADDRESS 38 Robinson Road, Oxley Tower, Lobby 1, #19-01 Singapore, 068906
CONTACT DETAILS 9026 0718 or 6931 1247
OPERATING HOURS Saturday: Closed


Sunday, Monday to Friday: 11am–3pm, 5–10pm

Perhaps you’re looking for a nice Chinese restaurant in Singapore that serves classic home-style Cantonese cooking? MYO is your best option for that, with lovely surroundings to boot!

MYO is a restobar that is probably best-known for its clay pot chicken dish. Interestingly enough, that dish had the humblest start: it was originally just a staff meal.

Staff meal or not, a good Chinese restaurant in Singapore will make even the simplest dishes into a quick crowd favourite. And that’s what MYO exactly did.

Anyway, if you’re currently on a vegetarian diet or just starting out a healthy lifestyle, there is no need to worry about being distracted once you’ve stepped inside the restaurant. There are wonderfully nutritious and vegetarian dishes on the menu.

While savouring the enticing dishes, you’ll also be able to enjoy the breathtaking view of Singapore’s Central Business District. Overall, this is a great place to go if you want a nice ambience to go with your meal.

Service Highlights

  • Minimalist yet classic interiors
  • Takeaway value meals
  • Healthy dishes

Customer Reviews

MYO Restobar has received a lot of praise and compliments because of its excellent staff service, variety of nutritious menu options, and authentic Chinese dining experience.

Ben Chang recommended the place and gave this 5-star feedback on Google Reviews:

“I will give it a five star for an unpretentious Chinese restaurant in the middle of Cbd area. Reasonable price, good food, dim sum with big prawns. The best part I noticed, they only charge 10% service charge so gst is included I the price !! Recommend the claypot chicken, soft succulent chicken, flavourful cabbage, with gravy that goes perfectly with rice. The brown rice is pretty soft so to make yourself feel better, maybe you should order that !

Perfect place for a friends gathering which you are paying or going Dutch. If someone else is buying, go majestic at one marine !” 

3. Summer Pavilion 

Sometimes, you’re after a Chinese fine dining in Singapore for that special date, occasion, or maybe you just deserve a special treat. The Summer Pavilion is a go-to of many for those reasons.

Located at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Summer Pavilion is designed with luxurious and contemporary interiors that will let you have a fancy dining experience while exploring authentic Cantonese cuisine and an exquisite wine selection.

Summer Pavilion has earned a Michelin star for four consecutive years, making them one of the best restaurants not just in Singapore but also around the world.

Both à la carte and set menus are available for special occasions, extended family reunions or business discussions. Plenty of diners consider Summer Pavilion to be the best Chinese restaurant in Singapore with a Michelin star. 

Service Highlights

  • Event packages
  • Creative and stylish tableware
  • Six private dining rooms that may accommodate groups of various sizes ranging from intimate parties of eight to larger celebrations of up to 30
  • Specialty teas from Tea Bone Zen Mind

Customer Reviews

Customers mostly recommend them because of the quality of the cuisine, service, and location. Nothing more need be said other than that they have a Michelin star, really.

Still, if you need more information, Thomas Lew shared this experience on Google Reviews:

“It’s a very exquisite place to have a meal. Came here for dinner and had the privilege of a private room and a personal staff in waiting. She is really very good and attentive taking care of all our needs. The menu was pre-ordered and recommended by the restaurant. All the dishes were delicious and elegantly presented. Be prepared to dig deep into your pocket.”

4. Jade

Jade is a Chinese restaurant in Singapore that has been serving prime quality dishes that embrace the historic traditions of Cantonese cooking styles. The place can accommodate over a hundred guests, so it’s also a great location for big events.

Being one of the main highlights of The Fullerton Hotel, this restaurant is built with a sophisticated design that emphasises the heritage of the country. Their design and location often make them a top choice for fine dining at a Chinese restaurant in Singapore. 

When it comes to their menu, they have dim sum treasures that include signature dishes and vegan meals. They also regularly add novel dishes to the menu.

Service Highlights

  • Celebration menu and packages
  • Various dining options and offers
  • Wedding venue

Customer Reviews

Despite being located at a prestigious hotel, Jade’s value for money has made them a top choice by many for a stylish affordable Chinese restaurant in Singapore for 2020.

Many also like the fusion dishes that they come up with every now and then.

Melvin Yeo expressed his thoughts on Google Reviews:

“Tried the “Taste of Nostalgia” menu. Nice fusion taste of east and west. The food still maintains the authencity of Cantonese cuisine with some addition that spice up the dish. I like the ambiance as it is decorated with light colours but still having the usual Chinese restaurant setting. Highly recommend to those who need to host foreign friends or guest.”

5. Putien

An award-winning restaurant, Putien serves Chinese cuisine in Singapore that provides personal and premium menu sets for both locals and tourists. The name comes from a region in China where nature can be seen in its most heavenly form, surrounded by seas and mountains

Customers will surely feel like they’re in heaven too as they taste the specially-curated seafood dishes. Their menu consists of organic ingredients and focuses on freshness.

Pescetarians and seafood lovers both consider this to be one of the top Chinese restaurant in the island.

Service Highlights

  • Comfort food
  • Takeaway promotions

Customer Reviews

One of the reasons Putien is in this list is that its staff have a sincerity and heartwarming attitude to service that has captured the hearts of many visitors and locals. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that they offer some of the best seafood dishes in Singapore too, as far as locals are concerned.

A reviewer from Google Reviews recommended some of the restaurant’s best dishes and wrote:

“Sophisticated Chinese food, great ingredients and taste. Well served portions, nice environment and friendly staff (the waitress pilled the plum, patiently for one of our friends). The pork pawns full of collagen under a crispy skin is a must-try dish at this superb restaurant.” 

6. Mitzo

BEST FOR  Contemporary Chinese cuisine, traditional cocktails
ADDRESS Level 4 Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road Singapore 238857
CONTACT DETAILS  +65 6603 8855
OPERATING HOURS Lunch: 12pm to 2.30pm


Dinner: 6.30pm to 10.30pm

Supper: 10.30pm to 1am (Thur to Sat; eve of Public Holidays)

Bar: 12pm to 1am (Sun to Wed), 12pm to 2am (Thur to Sat; eve of Public Holidays)

Mitzo is a Singapore Chinese restaurant that combines contemporary Chinese cuisine with traditional cocktails. Mitzo’s interiors exude intimacy and comfort, an ideal place for closed gatherings with family and friends.

The chefs here bring out the authentic taste of Chinese cuisine by using high-quality ingredients and innovative methods. The specialities of this restaurant do not only include food either — they also take pride in their cocktails.

With upbeat music and stylish space, customers will be able to enjoy a memorable cocktail experience.

Service Highlights

  • Aesthetic and modern setting
  • Beverage programme
  • Compelling promotion sets

Customer Reviews

Customers of Mitzo love the wide range of menu sets that they can choose from. This gives them a chance to fully explore Chinese cuisine and the culture at their leisure.

A reviewer left this review on Google Reviews:

 “A chic and modern restaurant that serves up delicious and modern twist to traditional Chinese cuisine. The bbq pork is a must try. Service was attentive and personal. Overall a wonderful experience, worth a repeat visit!”

7. Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant

BEST FOR  Chinese seafood cuisine
ADDRESS 550-552 Macpherson Rd

Monday to Sunday, 11:00 – 23:00

Yi Jia Seafood Restaurant offers a laidback ambience and neighbourhood eatery feel with the passionate chefs at Yi Jia serving up extraordinary Chinese seafood at excellent prices. Located along Macpherson Road, Yi Jia South Village is the perfect location for a celebratory meal with friends, family, or big groups.

Service Highlights

  • Serves lunch, dinner and drinks
  • Takes Reservations
  • Walk-Ins Welcome
  • Good For Groups amd Good For Kids
  • Take Out
  • Delivery
  • Catering
  • Outdoor Seating

Customer Reviews

5-star Google Review from Ziggy C.:

“Food is good and reasonably priced for a neighbourhood standard. Caters for big groups. They have both indoor and outdoor seatings. If you would like indoor seating, it will be better to make a reservation in advance as it usually gets crowded during dinner time. 

8. Shang Social

BEST FOR  Authentic and contemporary Chinese cuisine
ADDRESS Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, #01-219 to 222, Singapore 819666
CONTACT DETAILS +65 63460260
OPERATING HOURS DINING: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:00pm (Last Order 9:30pm)


MRK: 9am – 11pm (Last Order 9:30pm)

Shang Social embodies the traditions of Chinese cuisine with a twist. With the most renowned chefs in the country, the restaurant serves a variety of flavours that show off the genuine taste of Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan regional dishes.

There’s a division of their dining areas, which cater to formal, casual, and cosy gatherings or meet-ups. If you need dynamic restaurants where you can experience different parts of China’s culture, this is the place to be!

Service Highlights

  • Three contemporary dining spaces
  • Exclusive accommodations and premium servings
  • Special promotions 

Customer Reviews

Customers are highly impressed with the Shang Social’s broad range of menus and dining areas. Different parties holding events at the establishment say they were all pleased by their experiences.

James Loo had a blast at the restaurant’s vibrant cuisine and shared some food tips on Google Reviews:

“Interesting restaurant. The casual dining area is opened the whole day while the fine dining has a break in the afternoon. Do book a table if you’re going for the fine dining. Tables are limited. While you’re there, try the ice cream. The Yunna Ham ice cream and the Yunnan Pu Er ice cream are a must try. Go for separate servings to taste the individual flavour, and then mix both for a surprising yet amazing third flavour!” 


BEST FOR  Authentic Chinese cuisine; awarded as Singapore Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand restaurant in 2016
ADDRESS 2 College Road (Alumni Medical Centre) Singapore 169850
CONTACT DETAILS +65 6473 6686
OPERATING HOURS Business hours (daily):
11:30AM – 2:30PM
5:30PM – 9:30PM

Intertwined with Swee Kee Eating House’s history, Ka-Soh has become a house-hold name in the Singapore. Founded by Tang Tat Cheong in 1995, the brand came to be from the nickname which regular customers gave to Swee Kee Eating House. Presently, Ka-Soh has since established footprints in Malaysia and Indonesia, with Ka-Soh Restaurant in Outram being awarded as Singapore Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand restaurant in 2016.

Service Highlights

Customer Reviews

5-star Google review from SingWei Wong:

“My fav to go lunch place for a rainy day, the signature fish noodles is as good as day 1. Surprised that this Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant is not as busy as expect. The prawn paste chicken n prawn rolls are very nice too.” 

10. Eat at Taipei

Coupling the top favourite Taiwanese street delicacies with trendy desserts, Creative Eateries embarks on a bold dining concept called Eat at Taipei that emulates the many fascinating characteristics of Taiwanese street food subculture. Eat at Taipei offers a variety of classic Taiwan favourites such as Oyster & Pork Intestines Mee Sua (大肠蚵仔面线), Tainan Seafood “Coffin” Toast (官財板), and Rao He Braised Beef Noodles (红烧牛肉面).

Service Highlights

    • Their Taiwan Street Snacks section are updated regularly, with the latest additions being the savoury Hualian Spring Onion Pancake and the juicy Braised Pork Buns.
    • Pairing these Taiwanese delights are the quintessential beverages and desserts, from the all-new Yogurt Smoothie series (酸奶冰沙系列) to the specially curated Taiwanese desserts, and other the sweet indulgences

Customer Reviews

5-star Google review from Wang Wang:

“Staff were friendly and helpful in terms of helping with the selections of food and what to recommend. They are attentive to towards what you need and will provide further assistance if need be.

Food and beverage duration didn’t take too Long for non-peak period. Overall, a pleasant dining experience.” 

11. Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant

Indian Chinese cuisine was born in Tangra, located on the east of Kolkata, the only China Town in India. Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant aims to bring the fusion of this flavorful cuisine in Singapore.

Service Highlights

    • Takes Reservations
    • Walk-Ins Welcome
    • Good For Groups and Good For Kids
    • Take Out
    • Delivery
    • Catering
    • Waiter Service
    • Outdoor Seating

Customer Reviews

5-star Facebook review from Ishita Deshmukh:

“Fifth Season has a good range of vegetarian and non vegetarian choices. The food was very good and very quick service. Would certainly recommend it for those who like indo-chinese food. 

Whether you’re a local or a tourist, the flavorful dishes at these restaurants will surely sate your appetite! So next time you wake up in the middle of the night with a grumbling tummy, don’t just search for a “Chinese restaurant near me”. Tell us which of these restaurants you ended up visiting and what dishes you had too!

If you want to explore even more Chinese restaurants, by the way, check out our list of where to get the best dim sum in Singapore too. You’ll be glad you did, we promise you!

*Images are taken from each company’s official websites/social media.

Chinese Food delivery in Dhaka ~ Order online

Ordering Chinese Food from restaurants near you couldn’t be easier

There’s been an ongoing debate as to whose cuisine is the oldest for many years, however what is sure is that Chinese food is very popular world wide and has travelled far. Flexible, healthy and varied, Chinese food feeds the senses and the body. It’s good looking food which has healthy ingredients and for this reason alone it’s popular for may different occasions. Whether it’s for a family feast, or a fun late night meal after an evening out, or a banquet of dazzling food, Chinese food is great, and there’s plenty of places to choose from in Dhaka.

Everything from Fried Rice to Peking Duck to order online in Dhaka

Whatever you like, whatever your occasion, there will be Chinese food delivery available in a restaurant near you, but you might want to order from somewhere further away to get a special dish or spoil a special person with a great Chinese meal. So, for a head start on what’s good in Dhaka, take a look below:

  • • At the, Canton Restaurant they have great oriental dishes to order online. Try the ‘ Canton Special Chowmein’ , for an authentic taste of China.
  • • At Chilis in Dhaka, they have great Chicken Fried rice on the menu for Chinese food delivery, which makes a great lunch meal.
  • • At Xenial meanwhile, have great fish dishes, good for a Saturday dinner party. The, ‘Hot and Sour Pomfret’ makes a good centre piece.

Order online for tasty Chinese food in Dhaka

Whether you want Fried rice or a banquet with spectacular seafood, Chinese food delivery is really easy with foodpanda. Just tap into our powerful app and you’ll be dining in no time at all! It’s great when you’re on the go and gives instant access and service.

The Best Chinese Restaraunts Near You with foodpanda

foodpanda offers flexible high quality Chinese food delivery to most areas. It’s also good to know that foodpanda aren’t just the most powerful and sleek service in Dhaka, but they deliver to most areas, so no matter where you live your order will arrive in time and in perfect condition. Enjoy!

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Set menu dishes are the best-selling restaurant items and the most frequent choice made by visitors, regardless of price.These items are highly recommended for inclusion in the menu of your restaurant.

In this article, I will try to convince you that if you haven’t done so yet, then you should definitely include complex dishes in your restaurant menu (set menu), and also train staff to prepare complex dishes appropriately.

This will not only increase the flow of visitors to your restaurant, but also refresh the assortment, stimulate the sales of target items in your menu, and also become a silent means of increasing sales with additional offers.

Combining food with drinks and tasty snacks is a reliable and proven way to increase sales and profits.

Breakfast set

The inclusion of complex items in the menu is no longer a feature typical only for fast food restaurants; this technique is increasingly being adopted by classic restaurants, which only a couple of years ago offered only a la carte dishes.

Research shows that 53 percent of fast food restaurant customers find package deals to be quite beneficial.Surprising as it may seem, the number of restaurant diners who find package deals incredibly beneficial is as high as 77%.

Complete menus for all

Using the complex menu as a “highlight of the program” in the preparation of the menu is a very serious help for your business, as well as a convenient effective tool that plays an important role in:

Student canteens

Fast food restaurants

Corporate canteens

Family restaurants

Restaurants specializing in various national cuisines (Mexican, Chinese, Italian, seafood, etc.)etc.)

As well as full-size restaurants

Whether you’re eating a steak with a side dish paired with a drink or a set meal from soup to dessert, including these on the menu will make your offerings more intriguing and give you the opportunity to develop a new commercial strategy.

In addition, it will allow you to more efficiently implement your target positions – the most advantageous positions on your menu, as well as provide visitors with the opportunity to order faster, especially those who do not have time to take a leisurely meal.

People are always happy to shift the right to choose to someone else, in this case to you.

When you come to a restaurant, you always prefer to shift all your worries onto others, relax and eat something delicious, intoxicating your senses.

Let the restaurant be the place where food is served with special care.

The set menu will take on the role of an indifferent seller and this choice will completely satisfy your customers. Make sure the dishes on your menu are intriguing and interesting, which will grab the attention of your hungry diners who will want to try combinations of dishes from your set menu.

Win new customers with your set menu.

The set menu has the following advantages:

Can be adapted to almost any direction of the restaurant business, with any composition and type of menu.

Compiling a set menu is simple and straightforward, since you can use both new and time-tested items when planning it.

May be modified to suit your needs.

Adds value to your set menu.

Customers must be convinced that they have saved money. Offer lower prices for meals / use the most marginal products when preparing meals, which stimulates their sales.

Allow guests to customize their complex by offering them a choice of snacks and drinks that can be used in conjunction with the main course.

Complement your set menu with special offers, for example: “Order a large portion of potatoes and receive xxl portion of your favorite juice.”

Make sure that the cost of meals prepared from seasonal vegetables and fruits are cheaper.

For budget conscious customers, smaller portions can be offered at lower prices.

Encourage businesses and families to visit your restaurant by offering additional savings on two or more set meals.

Offer the children some simple toys with your breakfast or lunch set. Make them special.Parents and kids love this.

Offer customers who have opted for a set menu special discount coupons that they can use the next time they visit your establishment. To ensure an increase in the number of regular customers, it will be enough to reduce the prices for the set menu by 20%.

Make your set menu easy to understand both visually and verbally.

Exclude currency symbols such as $.Recent research by the Culinary Institute of America has shown that menus without the “$” or the words “dollars” increase sales by an average of 8%.

Another tip would be to place prices next to the food descriptions, rather than placing them separately on the right.

Use your website and social media to connect with customers and spread the word about special offers to loyal customers.

How to create a complete menu?

I think you already have some ideas on how to put together a set menu, but I still want to share a few simple examples and guidelines.

Given the fact that in 2012 fast food restaurants reduced the volume of implementation of complex offers by 12% compared to the previous 5 years, there has been a large number of changes in the way the most complex menu is formed. The set menu now includes healthy food. Low-fat salads and yoghurts have replaced the classic French fries. This change led to an increase in the sales of set meals.

My first tip is to pay attention to the habits of your visitors.Respect their choices, identify the most ordered dishes, follow the trends, put it all together and your set menu is ready.

Inspirational ideas for a set menu

Seasonal fruits and vegetables

The set menu with fresh fruits and vegetables is a seasonal offer, be sure to point this fact out when promoting your set menu. In this way, visitors can be interested, since what is available only for a short period of time automatically forces them to try it today, i.e.because tomorrow it may already disappear from the list of your proposals.

For example, during the spring / summer season, you can combine different meals with fresh vegetables and fruits to create your set menu. Seasonal fruit has a lower cost and allows you to offer your customers a better price, which will be of mutual benefit to you and your customers. This can be a set menu for vegetarians, including, for example, tomato soup, fresh vegetable salad with mushrooms, and strawberries with cream.Yummy!

Include various salads in the set menu.

Hot dishes

Serve popular dishes from your menu with drinks and crispy fries. This classic trick is used in almost every set menu. If you think this is trivial, you are wrong, because this is the sore combination that brings the most profit. If you still stand your ground, then offering customers a modest dessert like ice cream or coffee is always a great choice.Or give your visitors the freedom to choose their dessert and let them ponder.

Soups in the set menu

Like desserts, soups are very attractive dishes for visitors. Their low cost is very beneficial when expanding their offerings without a significant increase in their price. This way, your customers will feel like they received a portion of the meal for free.

The study showed that 62% of visitors order soup during a visit to a restaurant, at least occasionally.(source)

Soups are a good choice and addition to the main course, especially when the main course is dry food like sandwiches or low calorie food like salad or Mediterranean food.

Examples of complexes

Try some of the ready-made and working complex combinations and invite diners to enjoy a full meal.

For example, I love these simple set menus at Tim Hortons fast food restaurants.

Complexes from Sandich or Rolls

Takeaway lunches are also a great option. These complexes include a sandwich or roll, as well as a donut of your choice and a small portion of coffee.

Complex with Soup and Sandwich

A full lunch including soup, sandwich and small coffee is a great way to keep a hungry diner happy.

Complexes with Soup

Looking for a light lunch? This set includes a bowl of soup and a freshly baked roll, a donut of your choice and a small cup of coffee.

Stimulate your staff

Train your staff to serve set menus to your guests. This will increase the sales of target items by 50%. Reward employees who have convinced guests to order a set menu. Small rewards to your staff are a great incentive to improve the performance of your business.

Promotion of the set menu

When putting together a set menu, try to come up with an interesting name for it.A good solution would be to include the name of the restaurant itself in the menu name.

For example, if your restaurant is called Red Pepper, then a set menu that includes burger and salad might be called Red Pepper Burger Plus.

So you also advertise your establishment. As we noted in the previous article about the hallmarks of a good restaurant name: don’t use the word “complex” in the name of a dish. Instead, use words like special offer, special dish, lunch is a much better solution.

When creating titles, use descriptions and be creative, this will increase the sales of these items.

Now that your set menu has spread its wings and is ready to take off, share it using a variety of marketing tools.

Regularly update your restaurant’s set menu

If possible, supplement and change the composition of the set menu during each season, at least once a quarter. Use seasonal menu items to create limited offerings.

Promote offers regularly. Follow trends.

And if you have great food, consistent quality, backed by good service, then your success is guaranteed.

If creating a set menu has increased the flow of visitors to your restaurant or you want to share a positive or negative experience with us, just write to me!

90,000 Development of turnkey Chinese menus for restaurants and cafes

Choosing website builders for a delivery restaurant: pros and cons

Not a single business project can be implemented in our time without support on the Internet, especially when it comes to a restaurant specializing in the delivery of dishes.In this case, the restaurant’s website on the Internet is actually the only option for its functioning, because information about the restaurant is posted on its official website, and orders are placed online.

Not all entrepreneurs, starting their own business, have sufficient funds to hire a professional web designer to create their site. However, today there is no special need for this – now you can create a website for your restaurant, store, etc. yourself, and absolutely from scratch and for free.

Website builder: how to choose?

First of all, you need to have a clear idea of ​​how you want your restaurant website to appear. From this point of view, it is very useful to familiarize yourself with the websites of other similar establishments and evaluate them from the point of view of a potential consumer. Perhaps you will find some mistakes and mistakes, and this will allow you to avoid them on your own site. In any case, someone else’s experience, positive or negative, will always be useful.

Further, the question inevitably arises: which website builder to choose, because there are a lot of such offers on the Internet, and every free website builder positions itself as the best.

For those who are not new to programming and understands SEO optimization, this is not a problem, but for most, albeit not quite “dummies”, the choice can be difficult.

Most of the website builders, such as the tilde, wicks and nethouse, are aimed at non-specialists when creating a responsive website from scratch.

The characteristic of a site builder as intuitive sounds very attractive: that is, you can be guided by your intuition when selecting ready-made professional blocks, of which, for example, there are more than 450 on the tilde.

You just have to choose the most suitable templates for your business.

According to experts, free website builders are best used when it comes to small-scale business projects, which, in principle, can include a delivery restaurant project.

One of the undoubted advantages is the ability to create a small website using the constructor in just a few hours, and thanks to the use of the proposed tools, you will see already in the process what you are doing and will be able to make adjustments.

Another issue that you have to solve after creating your site is hosting.

Although there are many free hosting offers on the Internet, this is not the best option for a promising business. If you are aiming to work seriously and for a long time, then you should not save on hosting.

Specifics of a delivery restaurant site

The restaurant business has its own specifics, and it must certainly be reflected on the site. Here, the main role is played not by text content, but by visual content, that is, photos and videos.Textual information is of course also important, but the consumer will be focusing on the photos and videos that you post on your site.

At present, restaurants of certain national cuisines – Italian, French, Russian, Japanese, etc. are widely spread. The choice of the direction in cooking also determines the interior design of the restaurant, which must be presented on the site as effectively as possible.

A good marketing ploy will be the placement of photos and videos of celebrations that were held in the restaurant: weddings, anniversaries, corporate events, etc.etc. with appropriate decoration of banquet halls. This demonstrates the restaurant’s potential as a great venue for banquets.

As a rule, on the websites of restaurants there is always a menu, which indicates the names of dishes and their prices; photographs are often included. In a restaurant delivery menu, special attention should be paid, because the client, when ordering, focuses exclusively on him, especially when it comes to a Pan-Asian restaurant, and here’s why.

Pan-Asian cuisine and its specialties

Until recently, the Russian consumer knew practically only sushi and rolls from all Asian cuisine.However, mass tourism to Southeast Asia has caused an unprecedented surge of interest in national dishes not only in Japan, but also in other Asian countries: Thailand, Malaysia, China, Cambodia, Indonesia, Korea, etc., which for the European consumer have united into the concept of Pan-Asian cuisine. …

It should be admitted that the dishes of this cuisine are not entirely authentic, since they use such spicy seasonings that it is simply impossible to eat them for our taste, so they had to be somewhat adapted to the taste of Russians.

However, other features of Pan-Asian cuisine were to everyone’s taste, in particular, a surprisingly harmonious combination of seemingly incompatible products with sweet, salty, sour or bitter tastes. More often than not, the whole secret lies in the numerous sauces – a real feast for the gourmet!

On the website of a Pan-Asian food delivery restaurant, the name of each dish must be accompanied by its photograph, because the names in Thai, Chinese or Japanese are unlikely to tell the consumer something.For the same reason, it is recommended to decipher the composition of the dish in Russian.

Please note that no matter how appetizing the name and composition of the dish sounds, it looks even more appetizing on a good photo, which means that high-quality photos on the site menu will serve to more effectively promote your services on the market.


But back to the pros and cons of website builders. To summarize briefly, the pluses include:

  • the ability to independently create a site;

  • a large number of ready-made templates;

  • a wide variety of free tools.

Cons include:

  • the presence of restrictions when it comes to free tariff plans;

  • problems with integration with third-party services (payment systems, etc.), as well as with external codes;

  • difficulties in transferring a project to another site, if the need arises.

90,000 Edible “swallow’s nests”: how much is a Chinese delicacy?

Chinese cuisine never ceases to amaze with its exoticism and extremely unusual culinary preferences.So, one of the delicious Chinese delicacies is a dish made from bird’s nests. Small birds, similar to swifts and a bit like swallows – swallows – build their nests in hard-to-reach places, on rocks. There are more than 20 varieties of them, but only a few of them build edible nests.

Expensive gourmet delicacy

Raw materials for the delicacy are supplied to China from other countries: Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, but Malaysian ones are recognized as the most delicious.Breeding “swallow’s nests” – as the dish is called in Russian – has become a highly profitable business in Malaysia. In China, the unusual dish is called “white gold” and is estimated at up to $ 3000 per kilogram.

Swallow’s nest soup

Soup is one of the most popular dishes made from exotic raw materials. It is a jelly-like brew with a specific smell and taste. Not surprising, because the nests consist exclusively of swiftlet saliva. Some of the nests contain multiple feathers and therefore have a fleecy texture.Both are consumed in Chinese cuisine.

The sad fate of little birds

Swifters spend about a month building a nest. In early spring, when the egg-laying season comes, they build a snow-white dwelling from their saliva. When people cut nests, swiftlets have to build new ones. The second dwelling for future children is pink. It is assumed that the secondary production of salivary secretions contains an admixture of blood, as the birds rush to lay their eggs.When this nest is cut off, the birds build the next one, which already has a reddish-brown hue. In China itself, due to an addiction to a delicious delicacy, 95% of the swiftlet population has been destroyed.

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How to open a wok cafe. Design, equipment for noodle

Project of fast food cafe for Asian cuisine and equipment for WOK

If you have never worked in public catering and have never opened a cafe, then the noodle bar is an ideal option for starting your own business.Depending on the chosen format and room, you should consider the menu and purchase the appropriate food equipment.

Chinese food in the form of a restaurant concept will require a separate room, a technological project with furniture arrangement, organized production workshops and a design project for a guest room. A food court is a bet on the compactness of the kitchen and kitchen appliances. The kitchen factory is the thoughtfulness and speed of work processes, where the principle of flow must be strictly observed … The specialists of “Altek” will take care of all this.Our company employs leading design engineers who design iconic catering projects throughout Russia. We solve problems quickly and efficiently, in accordance with all regulatory requirements. At the same time, we cooperate with proven architectural bureaus, whose portfolio includes hundreds of completed design projects of commercial objects. We also have our own service department that will quickly install and configure food processing equipment. Together, this allows us to create unique establishments with comfortable and functional kitchens.

Make money on noodles: noodle cutters – manual and automatic

If you aim to make a piece, not a mass product, then it is better to make wok noodles by hand using a special apparatus that cuts the dough into equal segments. These are used in both Italian and Asian restaurants. DOMINIONI is the most famous brand in the field of such machines. Different shapes of pasta are achieved with the help of attachments. The catalog contains both manual and automatic devices. All elements are made of stainless steel, so they are almost forever.Of course, the choice of such equipment is justified for hotels, premium restaurants, as well as Asian street food cafes with an open kitchen.

For opening a wok cafe, the wok pan is the first and main element of the kitchen

The wok set consists of a cooker and a frying pan. Traditional wok pans have a semicircular bottom. Modern manufacturers also offer flat-bottomed woks. Since Asian cuisine involves very high cooking temperatures, it is recommended to buy a wok with a spherical bottom.For the same reason, the stove must not be electric (the electric stove does not give such a heating temperature). Better to choose gas, coal or induction. A cooker with induction for catering is the most economical option, it heats up quickly, is safe to work, and does not require additional permits and approvals. Nevertheless, as with any heating equipment, this electric stove in a restaurant will require its own exhaust hood and powerful ventilation.

The most affordable models of induction cookers are in the arsenal of GRILL MASTER, INDOKOR and BARTSCHER.Their tabletop models are easy to move around the kitchen. For a place of 300-500 servings per shift, 2-3 tiles are quite enough. If necessary, they can be changed after 3-4 years.

The German manufacturer HEIDEBRENNER has tabletop wok installations with 3 working containers at once – for greater productivity and flexibility in the kitchen. For pan-Asian restaurants with an open kitchen and more than 1000 people, we can offer a floor-standing version – an induction wok-cooker HEIDEBRENNER IMMCB + ZGKA + ZGEN + ZGDN made of stainless steel with 2 glass-ceramic cuvettes.This is a reliable and high-quality equipment with powerful heating elements and the ability to connect to water.

If you are planning an Asian cafe and want to buy a wok noodle cooker, we will select the optimal model based on your budget and production capacity.

Other costs for opening a wok-cafe

In addition to the wok pan, you will definitely need:

  • pasta cooker
  • deep fryer (e.g. tempura)
  • refrigerator and freezer for storing food
  • refrigerated table combining work surface and refrigeration volume for short-term storage of workpieces per day (sprouts, sliced ​​chicken and sauces)
  • conventional workbenches for wok assembly
  • coffee machine
  • juicer

For each of these areas, we can offer different price options – from budget to premium models.

Neutral kitchen equipment wok cafe

In the direction of neutral equipment (racks, shelves, sinks) we have an excellent offer: we have our own production of stainless steel furniture for catering. We manufacture products of any size and configuration in a short time and for any project of a restaurant and cafe.

Cafe automation with iiko

In addition, on the Altek website you can find a section with cash register equipment and software and hardware systems.We cooperate with a large supplier of automation systems for catering establishments – Open Service and will be able to provide a well-thought-out solution for the automation of your establishment based on iiko. All processes – from the purchase of products to the salaries of employees – will be under control.

Cafe bar

It is impossible to imagine a modern fast food restaurant without a comfortable, attractive and functional bar counter. In partnership with design studios and manufacturing companies, we can create this unique object for you and equip the bar with everything you need: refrigerated tables, bar station, juicer, coffee machine, mixer and blender, ice maker, dessert display case (if required).

Of course, to equip a kitchen factory with a food delivery service around the city, you will need an extended set of equipment and inventory (thermal bags, thermal boxes), and we will be happy to calculate its cost! Call us or send inquiries through the site!

Library of the RAS IFES – Monographs


Author: editor

The monograph offered to the reader is a comprehensive fundamental study of the legal system of the modern Chinese state through an analysis of the legislation in force in it, ancient (traditional) law, legal culture and legal consciousness of its citizens.The work contains a detailed description of the main stages in the development of the legal system from the moment of the formation of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 to the present time, the main features of the socialist legal system with Chinese characteristics are given. The author examines the issues of the influence of tradition on the law of the PRC, the relationship between law and politics, law and ideology in Chinese society. Special attention is paid to the review of the contribution of Russian legal and sinological sciences to the study of Chinese law.

A separate chapter of the monograph is devoted to the study of the main branches of public and private law of the PRC.It contains an analysis of constitutional, criminal, civil, administrative and other branches (environmental, energy, labor, military) law, as well as the PRC’s procedural law, which has been little studied by Russian science. The legal systems of Xianggang (Hong Kong), Macau (Macao) and Taiwan, the characteristics of which are contained in the final chapter of the presented work, play an important role in understanding the specifics of Chinese law.

The book is intended for a wide range of readers: from professional lawyers and scholars interested in comparative jurisprudence to practicing Sinologists who, by the nature of their work, encounter Chinese law.It can be used to teach a separate course “Chinese law” in educational institutions of Russia in the framework of the specialty “political science”, “jurisprudence”.

Keywords: Chinese law, comparative jurisprudence, legal science, legal system, legislation, Confucianism, legalism, capital punishment, socialist law, reforms, Chinese specifics, politics.

GoBaoZhou – Cafe “Gabaozhou”

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Chinese cuisine has won the sympathy of true gourmets around the world.It attracts with a variety of flavors, surprises with its original presentation, delights with an exquisite combination of meat, vegetables, seafood, mushrooms, other ingredients and herbs. She has a lot of fans in Russia, so dishes from China have become part of the menu of many Russian restaurants and cafes.

The Chinese are very scrupulous about their health, they are supporters of proper and healthy food, so there are many long-livers in the country. They eat what is useful, while they know how to create masterpieces that give pleasure from the most common ingredients.

Food in boxes has become so popular that it has appeared on the screens – superheroes of cool blockbusters and thrillers use it for a snack between the hottest episodes. This is not surprising – food, prepared with soul and knowledge, energizes, helps to cope with depression, gives positive emotions and good mood.

Delivery of Chinese food to your home and office in Chita

The GuoBaoZhou company accepts orders for delicious salads, hot dishes, drinks prepared according to traditional recipes of the best Chinese chefs.We strictly follow the traditions, selecting fresh and high quality ingredients, using a special cooking technology.

You can order from us:

  • meat with various sauces with or without vegetables;
  • starch noodles with chunks or seafood;
  • fish, breaded or in sauce;
  • set lunch;
  • rice;
  • noodles;
  • original desserts and more in assortment.

The entire list of Chinese dishes is available in the catalog on the website – choose an appetizing set for lunch or dinner from a short description and photos.

We are glad to organize a full-fledged lunch for you in the office, to make your festive table hospitable and rich. We will create a favorable atmosphere for communication with friends and partners – a full stomach contributes to making important decisions. Pre-order and self-pickup are possible, in this case we provide customers with a discount on the order.


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