Tuesday, 6 September 2011

The Little Kids Who Make Us Smile.

Little kids love food (at least most of them). From Mcdonald's happy meal to Swenson's icecream sundae any kids will keep begging their parents to go, "Mommy, Daddy, I want I want!!!" Sometimes, they beg till we parents just have to give in to them.

However, despite their persistency, they also have a great sense of taste for food. When they finished eating their meal they know exactly what is their favourite dish. Not like us adults who just say "Er....everything is not bad...hmm...quite good." That is what I feel blessed when I see kids enjoying our food in Heath Bistro. They know exactly what is good in our restaurant. As a result, they tell their parents to try the dish they ate and bring more friends along.

Today, one of our owner recognized this little boy who came to our restaurant for the second time. His parents came and brought him to eat here again because he loves our Arrabiatta Pasta and the gelatos. There was also another girl who came with her mom from her house just to eat our Fish & Chips again. The youngest one of all who came today was a 19 months boy who will always smile widely after he ate a spoon of our Hazelnut Gelato.

In the end of the day even though many parents have to spend their precious money to satisfy their children's taste buds, they know it was worth it. As they "shloop" the pasta and lick the ice cream bowl, we parents just can't help but smile. Our staffs also effortlessly smile when we see little kids happily eating our food. They are the precious little ones that make our day. :)

The handsome boy who came back for our pasta.

Having a lot of fun eating our pasta.

The 19 month boy who smiled widely each time he eats a spoon of our Hazelnut Gelato.

Just to let you know, our "H" in our Heath Bistro's logo is a smiley.


Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Menu for the day

Mushroom, bacon, ham and cheese quiche

soft butter waffles

 chocolate chip muffins

Saturday, 4 June 2011

Herbs in Heath

Plant your own herbs:


To enhance the flavors of breads and other baked goods, dill’s bright 
green color is an attractive addition to noodles and rice or mixed into 
sour cream with other herbs. To retain the most flavor from the herb, 
add near the end of the cooking process. 


Grown for its distinctively flavored leaves. Its mint-anise taste is particularly suited to 
vinegar and fish. It was also used to stimulate the appetite. Tarragon is one of the four 
fines herbs of French cooking, and particularly suitable for chicken, lasagna, 
fish and egg dishes

Basil, Tarragon, Chives

Basil is still considered the "king of herbs" by many. One of the main ingredients 
in pesto; a green Italian oil-and-herb sauce.  Basil (most commonly Thai basil) is 
commonly steeped in cream or milk to create an interesting flavor in ice cream or 
chocolates (such as truffles). 

Chives are the smallest species of the edible onion, chives leaves (straws) are 
shredded for use as condiment for fish, potatoes and soups.

Vegies on the table

Happy food for Happy people

 Heath is opening soon and we plan to bring fresh food and vegetables to the table!  
Bring your friends and families for a wonderful time.