A decade ago when our owner chef, Sandy Keung, began her chef's journey, geography was not of concern. The goal was simply to cook food that she loves and to create a place where people connect and share experiences. Dishes created are purely reflective of her unique cultural background and authentic to her personal experiences as a typhical Hong Konger.
十年前，當我們的主廚 Sandy Keung 開始她的廚師生涯時，國家或地理料理並不是考慮因素。目標只是烹飪她喜愛的食物菜餚，並創造一個人們交流和分享經驗的地方。十年來所創作的菜餚完全反映了她獨特的文化背景，並真實地反映了她作為典型香港人的個人經歷。
Summer is the season when the weather becomes hot and humid. As the temperature rises, Yang Qi (energy) also rises. The human body will consume more energy, and the work load of the heart will increase as well. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that during summer season, it is most important to nourish the spleen and nourish the heart.
Summer corresponds with fire in the five elements term, and the corresponding body parts are the heart and spleen. As the weather gets hotter, we tend to sweat more. TCM believes "sweat is the fluid of the heart". In summer, it is very important to avoid excessive sweating as it causes weakening physical and mental strength, and tiredness. It is very important to replenish body fluid by drinking more water. In summer, you can eat more food heat clearing and cooling food such as red beans, bamboo leaves, bitter gourd, cucumber, squashes, watermelon, etc. TCM also believes that different color of food: green, red, yellow, white, and black, correspond to different internal organs: the liver, heart, face, lungs, and kidney. One should eat more red foods such as carrots, jujubes, red dates, and red beans in the summer.
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