Tag Archives: Chinese cuisine

Macau Food Festival

The annual Food Festival in Macau draws more crowd than ever, celebrating the diversity of food in Macau.  It gets even better than that because international restaurateurs are invited to participate in this event, presenting authentic flavors from their home … Continue reading

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Nanxiang Xiaolongbao @ Shanghai, China

Xiaolongbao is one of the most representative delicacy of Shanghai.  Nanxiang Xialongbao (南翔小笼包) is thought to be one of the best places to eat them.  With many branches in Shanghai, we went to the one in Yu Garden (Yuyuan 豫园) … Continue reading

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15 Things to Eat in Bangkok Chinatown, Thailand

As always, Bangkok’s Chinatown is one of the best places to find good food.  Besides the uber affordable food, the most extraordinary part is you find gourmet ingredients such as bird’s nest and fish maw, prepped on a mobile cart … Continue reading

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Purple Cane Tea House @ Ipoh, Malaysia

Purple Cane is located in the building where the famed Foh San dim sum place used to be and has given it a new life.   The building is rather unattractive on the outside with no fancy signage but once … Continue reading

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Best of Food @ Ghost Street (Gui Jie), Beijing

“Gui Jie (簋街)” or “Ghost Street” is a popular food street in Beijing with more than 100 restaurants offering a plethora of cuisines from different parts of China, spanning across 2 subway stations of Dongzhimen and Beixinqiao.  So what does … Continue reading

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Hou’s Wonton (Huntun Hou) @ Beijing China

Hou’s Wonton Store is a time-honored store that has more than 100 years of history. Being a big fan of wontons (or wantan), I could not miss the chance to try wontons made with recipe from a 100 years ago. … Continue reading

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Zai Zai Crayfish @ Ghost Street, Beijing, China

“Mala” Crayfish is the signature dish on “Ghost Street” (Gui Jie 簋街) in Beijing.  Almost every restaurant that we pass by is selling this delicacy! Some of the restaurants even have three or branches on the same street.  We picked Zai Zai … Continue reading

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