Food and Dining

Eatting in Gunagzhou! Food paradise in Guangzhou .

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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Starbucks(Teemall Branch)

Since its first branch was established in Beijing, January 1999, Starbucks have been flourishing in mainland China. Its shops in China are usually located in the most prosperous shopping centers or the most popular places of interest. It was ever located in the Forbidden Palace in Beijing, a symbol of Chinese long history and ancient culture. Starbucks guarantees to provide …

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Guangzhou Haagen-Dazs

Step into a Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream shop and indulge in irresistible creations made with all-natural Haagen-Dazs ice creams and sorbets. Explore our refreshing array of frozen beverages, from fruit smoothies to Sorbet Sippers. Or create your own custom dessert, choosing from our wide selection of flavors and toppings. It is a way of doing business that is as demanding as …

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Dim Sum Cantonese Dim Sum

Dim sum is a varied range of small dishes (a concept similar to tapas) eaten for breakfast, brunch or afternoon tea, as part of the yum cha dining experience. Dishes are usually steamed or fried and may be savoury or sweet. They include steamed buns such as char siu baau, assorted dumplings, siu mai, and rice noodle rolls, which contain …

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cantonese sauces

In Cantonese cuisine a number of ingredients such as Spring onion, sugar, salt, soy sauce, rice wine, cornstarch, vinegar, scallion oil, and sesame oil suffice to enhance flavor, though garlic is used heavily in some dishes, especially those in which internal organs, such as entrails, may emit unpleasant odors. Ginger, chili peppers, five-spice powder, powdered white pepper, star anise and …

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Slow-cooked Soup–Cantonese Soup

Cantonese Soup Another notable Cantonese specialty is slow-cooked soup, or lo foh tong (老火汤) in the Cantonese dialect. The soup is usually a clear broth prepared by simmering meat and other ingredients over a low heat for several hours. Chinese herbs or medicine are often used as ingredients. Slow-cooked soup is a regular dish in Cantonese families as most believe …

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Cantonese Desserts

After a night meal or dish, Cantonese restaurants usually offer cantonese dessert (also call tong sui, or sweet soups). Tong sui are a Cantonese specialty and are rarely found in other regional cuisines of China. Many of the varieties are shared between Cantonese and other Chinese cuisines. Some desserts are more traditional, while others are more recent. Higher-end restaurants usually …

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Preserved food

Though Cantonese cooks pay much attention to the freshness of their cooking ingredients, Cantonese cooking also uses a long list of preserved food items. This may be an influence from Hakka cuisine. Some items gain very intense flavors during the drying/aging/preservation/oxidation process, similar to Italian style sun-dried tomatoes’ intensified flavor from drying. Some chefs combine both dried and fresh variety …

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shumai dumpling

Shumai (shaomai, shui mai, shu mai, sui mai, shui mei, siu mai, shao mai, siew mai, or siomai) also called Pork Dumplings is a traditional Chinese dumpling served in dim sum. As prepared in Cantonese cuisine, shumai is also referred to as “pork and mushroom dumpling.” Its standard filling is a combination of ingredients, consisting primarily of seasoned ground pork, …

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Pork shumai recipe

How to make shumai ? Here is about the recipe of shumai , easy for you to learn . Filling 1 pound lean ground pork 2 tablespoons light soy sauce 2 tablespoons dry sherry 1 teaspoon freshly-grated ginger 1/2 teaspoon white pepper 1 tablespoon sesame oil 4 tablespoons chopped bamboo shoots or water chestnuts 1 tablespoon chopped green onion 1 egg …

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