Roselle Tea

洛神花茶 Roselle tea (hibiscus tea). When it’s so hot like today, it calls for an ice Roselle tea to cool down. Many don’t realize that Roselle flower is actually one of the superfood with great deals of health benefits. It’s also a very common beverage in Asia. The beautiful ruby-colored tea doesn’t just meet the eyes but its sour, cranberry-flavored taste is also refreshing.


Traveling around the world, I’ve seen how those Chinese take out mislead people’s perception about Chinese food. Wok fried, heavy seasoned with soy sauce and MSG, cornstarch thickened at all time is not authentic Chinese cooking. Real Chinese cuisine is mastering selections of fresh ingredients, seasonings, various cooking methods to deliver genuine taste of food that wow your taste buds. I’m no Michelin chef but someone who knows how authentic Chinese cuisine should taste like. Welcome to my dinning table and enjoy the real Chinese food. Bon appétit!