Tag Archives: Chinese Ingredients

New Products Online – 03-Oct-14

Deli Coco Coconut Chunks (Original)

We’ve continued to add more new products to our online store. As is the case every time we add new stock, there are some additions that catch our eye…


Casamia, Saturday Kitchen – Sep 2014

Wai Yee Hong Chinese Supermarket

Jonray & Peter Sanchez-Inglesias, the brothers behind Michelin starred Casamia gave Wai Yee Hong a mention on Saturday Kitchen. We’re excited to have such a lovely endorsement!

New Products Online – 09-Sep-14

Spring Roll Pastry

In the last few weeks, we’ve added over 100 new products to our online store. These include more frozen dumplings and fishballs for our Local Delivery customers, and Miaow Miaow snacks.


New Products Online – 12-Aug-14

We’re always adding dozens of new things to our online store every month. Here’s a closer look at some of the new products that have arrived this week.

MoneyDashboard.com – July 2014

Aisle in Wai Yee Hong Chinese Supermarket

We’re listed as a great value alternative to a standard online supermarkets on MondayDashboard.com! “For something a little more exotic, Wai Yee Hong offer an extensive selection of Chinese and oriental ingredients online at budget prices”


Noodle! & The Chinese Cookbook

Noodle! 100 Amazing Authentic Recipes

Both Noodle!, by MiMi Aye and The Chinese Cookbook, by Craig Claiborne and Virginia Lee have recommended Wai Yee Hong as a place to get hold of oriental ingredients.

alittlebristol – January 2014

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

What happened when popular Bristol-based blog A Little Bristol asked us what we did for Chinese New Year? Check out our interview with them!


Wai Yee Hong Gift Hampers

Chicken Chow Mein Recipe

We’re excited to present our new gift hampers, available in-store and Zion Food Market very soon!


Crumbs – May 2013

Crumbs Magazine May 2013

Claire Thomson, of the 5 o’clock apron, provides her recipe for cold Sichuan-style noodles in Crumbs Magazine, and recommends Wai Yee Hong as the place to pick up Chinese ingredients.