Press and Media Coverage

Wai Yee Hong is an independent, family-run Chinese supermarket based in Bristol for over 30 years. We’re happy to help with interviews and comment on Chinese culture and food, so please feel free to contact us. For more information and images, please see our Press Resources page.

BS8 Direct – Water Sky Review 2008

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental City

BS8 Direct reviews Water Sky Chinese Restaurant, also mentioning the Eastgate Oriental City complex and Wai Yee Hong Oriental Supermarket.

 

Business Thai, 22-Feb-08

Business Thai logo

An article in Business Thai mentions Chinese supermarkets in Europe, including Wai Yee Hong Supermarket at Eastgate Oriental City.

 

Bristol Evening Post 26-Jan-08

Aisle in Wai Yee Hong Chinese Supermarket

A piece on Masala Bazaar mentions other exotic food suppliers in Bristol, including Wai Yee Hong Supermarket at Eastgate Oriental City.

 

bristolreview.co.uk Dec-08

Water Sky Chinese Restaurant

A restaurant review on bristolreview.co.uk for Water Sky Chinese Restaurant, mentioning the Eastgate Oriental City complex and Wai Yee Hong Supermarket.

Bristol Evening Post 07-Feb-08

Traditional Lion Dance Costume

Allison Chow is interviewed for Bristol Evening Post about the arrival of the year of the rat and what foods are eaten during Chinese New Year.

 

fentonholloway.com

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental City

An article about the Eastgate Oriental City development.

“A mixed use development comprising an outdoor market, restaurant, offices, supermarket, cash & carry and warehousing with associated car parking, servicing area and hard landscaping designed by Barlow Henley Architects.”

Qype Review Dec 2007

Aisle in Wai Yee Hong Chinese Supermarket

“They have the biggest selection of soy sauces I’ve ever seen, sesame oils, cooking wine, sauces & marinades, crackers, herbs & spices, flavourings, teas, frozen goods, tinned goods and also a selection of cooking utensils and woks.”

 

Qype Review Nov 2007

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental city

“The supermarket itself is far superior to Kin Yip Hon in Broadmead. First of all it’s massive for an oriental supermarket and it has a great selection of stuff. It has utensils, dried food, refrigerated food, frozen food, fresh food, drinks and snacks.”