Tag Archives: Press Coverage

Olive Magazine October 2017

Olive Magazine

Wai Yee Hong features alongside some great Bristol food gems in a list of “Best places to eat and drink in Bristol” in Olive Magazine, compiled by chef and cookbook author, Claire Thomson.


On The Side – Ed Smith

On The Side, Ed Smith

We’re pleased to be recommended as an online supplier in Ed Smith’s book ‘On The Side’, which covers a wide range of side dishes and accompaniments spanning many different cuisines.

The Caterer – 10-Apr-2017

The Caterer

Wai Yee Hong gets a little mention in The Caterer, in a profile piece on Peter Sanchez-Inglesias, chef behind Casamia, Paco Tapas and Pi Shop.


EatDrink24/7 2017 Panel Pick

EatDrink24/7 2017

Wai Yee Hong was featured as a Panel Pick in the 2017 edition of EatDrink24/7, a handy guide listing places to eat out, grab a drink and go shopping for supplies in Bristol.

Made In Bristol TV 30-Jan-2017

Made In Bristol TV

The Lowdown from Made in Bristol TV came in to interview one of our managers, Selina Li, about Chinese New Year traditions, the Chinese zodiac, and our very own Chinese New Year celebrations.


BBC Radio Bristol 28-Jan-2017

BBC Radio Bristol

We spoke to Ali Vowles on BBC Radio Bristol about our Chinese New Year celebrations and about the different performances that day. Ali even got the chance to practice her Cantonese! 新年快樂!

Bristol Post 28-Jan-2017

Bristol Post

Our Chinese New Year celebrations for the Year of the Rooster 2017 were reported on by the Bristol Post.


Sunday Times – February 2016

Sunday Times

We were excited to discover that Wai Yee Hong got a little nod in the Sunday Times, at the beginning of February, as part of a piece about where to dine for Chinese New Year.

FoodLover Magazine – Jan 2016

Food Lover Magazine January 2016

If you picked up a copy of FoodLover Magazine recently, you may have seen our piece on Chinese New Year traditions and the important of different types of foods at this time of year.


guardian.com – Aug 2015

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Wai Yee Hong is delighted to be recommended as an online source for Korean ingredients in this recent article on guardian.com on Korean food.