Posts tagged "Cantonese"
Tsui Wah, Shanghai

Tsui Wah, Shanghai

#Went to my first one in Hong Kong, in 2003 #Love the bbq pork and roast pork #Gets crowded fast. Especially before and after the clubs open and close #The Pineapple buns are good and popular. Probably the best in Shanghai and most authentic #Lots of Hong Kong style drinks https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsui_Wah_Restaurant http://www.smartshanghai.com/venue/4326/Tsui_Wah_shanghai Tsui Wah 291号...
Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop, Pudong

Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop, Pudong

Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop Shop L3 09 8 Century Avenue, Lujiazui, Pudong New District, Shanghai 上海市浦东新区世纪大道8号陆家嘴上海国金中心D座(商场)三层L3-9室 +86-21-5012 3998
Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, Shanghai

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, Shanghai

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, Shanghai Shanghai Marriott Hotel City Centre 555 Xi Zang Road (Middle), Huangpu District Shanghai 200003 China +86 21 23129732
Whampoa Club 黄浦会 Weekend Brunch, Shanghai

Whampoa Club 黄浦会 Weekend Brunch, Shanghai

The Whampoa Club at Three on the Bund is promoting their new Shanghai Dim Sum lunch. I was able to round up a group of friends that were willing to make it a go. As you know, brunch in Shanghai is big event with so many notable restaurants offering brunch deals and specials. I almost had to...

Cha’s Restaurant, Shanghai

Cha’s, which opened in 2009, looks like its been there for years. A typical Hong Kong Cantonese cafe/diner – Cha features great Cantonese dishes. The original chain is based out of Hong Kong, and is built on the allure and charm of the old style, circa 1950′s. The no non-sensisical restaurant has paper menus at...
Kam Dau Kee 金兜記海鮮菜館, Hong Kong

Kam Dau Kee 金兜記海鮮菜館, Hong Kong

Roast Goose 燒鵝 is the preferred fowl in Hong Kong. Yet, geese are much more pricey than other winged animals, such as the duck or chicken, except maybe an ostrich. Economics is the reason why duck is so much more popular in Southern China and Hong Kong. If you ever see it on the menu,...
Tai Hing 太興, Hong Kong

Tai Hing 太興, Hong Kong

One of the more known styles of Cantonese cuisine is the Chinese Deli. Half butcher shop and half restaurant, the deli prepares, cooks, and serves popular meat dish of duck, chicken, pork, and sausage. You can’t miss them, with the roast pork and steamed chicken hanging in the windows. When I am in Hong Kong,...
Che’s Cantonese Restaurant 車氏粵菜軒, Wan Chai

Che’s Cantonese Restaurant 車氏粵菜軒, Wan Chai

Dim sum is Cantonese for desserts 點心 or 点心. This was evolved from Yum Cha – 飲茶 or to drink tea. In the olden days, travelers on the silk road and field labors would stop by these tea house for tea. These establishments started to just serve tea and later little dishes. Recent tradition calls for dim...
Laurel Restaurant 丹桂轩, Shenzhen

Laurel Restaurant 丹桂轩, Shenzhen

Shenzhen is the city located right across the border from Hong Kong. You might say it is the Tijuana of China. A little over 30 years ago, this sleepy town, with around 30,000 people, is growing to over a serious 8 million today. At one of the 6 major border crossings, in the Luohu district,...
Heng Shan Cafe 衡山小館, Shanghai

Heng Shan Cafe 衡山小館, Shanghai

Heng Shan Cafe 衡山小館 308 Hengshan Rd, Xuhui, Shanghai, China +86 21 6471 7127
Lisboa Restaurant, Shanghai

Lisboa Restaurant, Shanghai

One would expect traditional Portuguese cuisine at a restaurant name Lisboa. Named after the capital of Portugal, this chain features Macanese cuisine – a combination of Cantonese and Portuguese flavors. Not expecting much at all, from this 3 story food & restaurant court/mall. Lisboa appears like a typical Hong Kong cafe, with flashy menus and...
JingPuHui晶浦会 of Pudong

JingPuHui晶浦会 of Pudong

You know the thing about good food? It brings folks together from all walks of life. It warms them right up and it puts little smiles on their faces . . . — From The Frog and The Princess Shanghai, in my humble opinion, gathers the a diverse population that rivals others cities around the...

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