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Events and Guest Chefing by Lilian

Together the pair demonstrated some of their favourite dishes – learn how to make Vietnamese Prawn Summer Rolls, Hoisin Peanut Sauce, Chinese Jiaozi, Qurma Murgha and Lachi Paratha – in a lively interactive show!

My good friend Saira and I had a fabulous time sharing ou...

Chef demonstration event with Lilian Robinson Sat 12th May 2018 at Laura Ashley Kitchen Launch.

Back by popular demand.  Baythorne Hall was delighted to host another very special evening, guaranteed to excite the taste buds.

This event was fully booked in a short period of time and a second event was organised.  Baythorne Hall was delighted to host a very special evening, guaranteed to excite the taste buds.  Two of their favourite Cookery School chefs, Saira Hamilton and Lilian Hiw, are j...

Yum Cha Pre-christmas Event with a sparkle!  Yum Cha is a Cantonese word, meaning "drink tea".  The tea accompanies Dim Sum.  The 5 course menu includes Blooming Flower Tea and outstanding hand crafted smoked, steamed and barbecued Dim Sum.

Cambridge Cookery Bistro & Cafe featuring Asian Street Food Pop Up Evening with Lilian Hiw, awesome former Raffles chef with stunning presentation and flavours.

Presenting Asian cooking demonstrations on:
- 'Pad Thai' Noodle Salad
- Japanese Gyoza
- Steamed Cantonese Siu Mai

Raised money to buy an incubator for the Special Care Baby Unit by bidding for Lilian's Kitchen Asian Masterclass or Exclusive Dinner Party.

Lilian Hiw with Simply Good Food TV... The Worlds First 24 hour Live Streamed Cooking Programme. Demonstrating the making of Dim Sum and Roti John.

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See what people says about Lilian's Kitchen

Sheila Mitchell

"I thoroughly enjoyed a scrumptious evening out dining at Lilian’s Pop up Kitchen in Cambridge.

The first course was presented beautifully on a plate with the three different delicacies: the five-spice fried Wanton was light and crispy; the satay chicken was tasty and tender with a really lovely peanut dipping sauce; and I particularly enjoyed the Vietnamese Summer roll which was so crisp and refreshing, a real burst of summer with crunchy vegetables and the flavours of mint and coriander in it was superb.  The main course of Thai Tom Yum chicken curry was very delicious, tangy with a great balance of delicate flavours with kaffir lime leaves and lemongrass.  The dessert was sweet sticky coconut rice with fresh mango, drizzled over with salted coconut cream. It tasted stunning, and so beautifully presented.  A very enjoyable evening indeed!"

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