Traditional Brands

Guangzhou Traditional Brands

Wong Lo Kat

Wang Lao ji herb tea (Wong Lo Kat) was established in the Qing Dynasty, has been more than 170 years of history, enjoying the reputation of “ancestor of Chinese herb tea”; Liangcha (literally, Herbal tea) is a China’s unique herb-stewed drink, cold and cool as herbs, which can eliminate the body’s heat in summer or treat sore throat and other …

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Tao Tao JuRestaurant

Tao Tao Ju Restaurant Tao Tao Ju Restaurant started business in 1880(the sixth year of Qing Emperor Guangxu’s reign). With a history of 131 years, Huang Chengbo established it. And it was the outstanding restaurant in Guangzhou. What’s more, China Domestic Trade Bureau authorizes it as the National special-class Restaurant in 1997. Dim Sum at this restaurant is particular famous. …

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Pan Xi Restaurant

Pan Xi Restaurant is a large-scale garden-style restaurant. It is located on the bank of beautiful Li Wan Lake. It occupies an area of 12,000 sq. Meters and is the site of "Chang Hua Garden", an imperial garden of the king of Nan Han Dynasty. Pan Xi Restaurant, ranking No. 1 of the three garden-style restaurants of Guangzhou, has many …

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Lian Xiang Lou Restaurant

Lian Xiang Lou Restaurant Lian Xiang Lou Restaurant was founded in 1889, Guangzhou Lian Xiang Lou was initially engaging in cakes and biscuits, the unique lotus seed paste cakes enjoyed high quality and tenderness and its lotus flavor was highly famed. Lian Xiang Lou Restaurant is known as “the best Lotus-seed-Paste” because the lotus-seed-paste there is smooth and luscious. The …

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Guangzhou restaurant

Guangzhou restaurant is located at the corner of Wenchang Nan Road and the famous Shangxiajiu Street in the Li Wan district. It is a garden-style restaurant. It has been praised “The No.1 restaurant in Guangzhou”, has a long and distinguished history dating back to 1935. House specialties include Shrimp roe with orange, Casserole of Pork with chili and Abalone served …

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Bei Yuan Restaurant

Guangzhou Bei Yuan Restaurant Inside of the Bei Yuan Restaurant The Cantonese seem to be the most raucous of all Chinese, and the main restaurant choices for classic Cantonese food, or for dim sum, are bedlam. The Bei Yuan Restaurant dates from the 1920s, although the current two-story building with courtyards is newer, built around a garden and pond. There’s …

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