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  • Zhangjiajie Food

    Like other hot Chinese tourist destinations, many authentic Chinese dishes also can be found in Zhangjiajie. But for those who are curious to the local food may try to taste the Tujia people's dishes.

  • Guangdong Cuisine

    Cantonese (Yue) cuisine comes from Guangdong in southern China. Of all the regional varieties of Chinese cuisine, Cantonese is renowned both inside and outside China. Its prominence outside China is due to its palatability to Westerners and to the gr

  • Hongkong Food & Cuisine

    When it comes to Chinese food, there certainly is a good variety to choose from - Szechuen (spicy), Beijing (e.g. Peking duck), Guangdong (plenty of that since Hong Kong is in Guangdong, most famous kind would be "dim sum"), Teochew / Swatow

  • Cuisine & Food in Macau

    Macau is famous for its cuisine and for the quality of the food served by the territory's restaurants and hotels. It is hard to find another city with such a concentration of restaurants offering so many different cuisines to

  • Hainan Cuisine and Food

    Hainan cuisine is said to be "lighter, with mild seasonings." A lot of local taste is mixed with the Han Chinese taste. Seafood predominates the menu, as shrimp, crab, fish and other sea life are widely available. Wenchang Chicken is a dish

  • Fujian Cuisine and Food

    Fujian cuisine was a latecomer in southeast China along the coast. The cuisine emphasizes seafood, river fish, and shrimp. The Fujian coastal area produces 167 varieties of fish and 90 kinds of turtles and shellfish. It also produces edible bird'

  • Food and Drink along Silk Road

    Food and drink along China's Silk Road varies from Xi'an to Kashgar. Although most cities and towns have restaurants specializing in Sichuan, Cantonese and Beijing or Shanghai cuisine,each region has its own speciality to explore. Night ma

  • Eating on Yangtze Cruise

    On a Yangtze river cruise, visitors can enjoy more than three series of Chinese food and cuisine because the river stretch through several provinces of China such as Sichuan, Hubei, Hunan and more. Sichuan Cuisine and Hunan cuisine has been rated one

  • Harbin Food

    Harbin's flavor is made up of flavor snacks, home cooking, traditional dishes, flavor banquet and food which are fumigated or pickled in sauce. The flavor snacks have a wide field of selecting material. They are various in style. They fully disp

  • Sichuan Food

    Sichuan cuisine is a style of Chinese cuisine originating in Sichuan Province of southwestern China famed for bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of garlic and chili peppers, as well as the unique flavour

  • Guizhou Cuisine

    Guizhou cuisine (aka Qian cuisine) is one of the main cuisines in China. More than 250 popular dishes, mostly spicy and hot well present its diversity and complexity. With bright color and beautiful shapes, Guizhou cuisine is also regarded a

  • Tibet Cuisine, Lhasa Cuisine

    What to Eat in Tibet and Lasa? Tibet, in the western part of China, known as the "Roof of the World", is famous for its unmatched beauty and ancient history. Due to the extremely high altitudes, and harsh climate, Tibetan has had to adapt to

  • Kunming Cuisine

    Kunming's picturesque natural scenery enhances delicious local foods. Kunming dishes are representative of Yunnan cuisine, which combines cooking styles of other cities and nationalities outside Kunming. The most fabulo

  • Hangzhou Cuisine

    Hangzhou is famed "Home of Fish and Rice: It has a very long history in food culture. Hangzhou Cuisine belongs to Zhejiang Cuisine - one of the Eight Biggest Food Schools in China. It has a very long history in culinar

  • Suzhou Cuisine

    After hundreds of years of culinary development, Suzhou cuisine has developed a unique flavor and a famed reputation. The emphasis of the course is on the use of quality ingredients, tender meat, fresh vegetables...

  • Eating in Huangshan

    The Cuisine of Huangshan in Anhui Province, often called Hui Cuisine, is one of the eight major cuisines of China. Hui Cuisine features an elaborate choice of ingredients and incorporates many different cooking

  • Lijiang Cuisine

    Lijiang of Yunnan is a cultural destination with delicious food. Most of the good restaurants in Lijiang are located in the old town, and many have very high standards of cooking, producing a wealth of tasty local specia

  • Shanghai Cuisine

    What to Eat in Shanghai? Shanghai cuisine is derived from simple home cooked meals, and their ingredients and cooking techniques have been upgraded overtime to become the wonderful foods that they are now. The ingredients and cooking styles are simp

  • Xi'an Cuisine

    What to Eat in Xi'an? Xi'an has a long history in culinary culture and has developed a unique cuisine with two culinary styles-the traditional and the modern. The traditional is characterized by the Tang Dynasty cuisine while the modern by t

  • Guilin Cuisine

    Apart from being one of the most picturesque cities in China, Guilin's local cuisine and snacks are also quite special. Being located on the beautiful Li River, fish is a large part of people's diets.

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