Food and Dining

Eatting in Gunagzhou! Food paradise in Guangzhou .

FG Fine Foods

Another small but substantial café is FG Fine Foods. New to Guangzhou, FG is more of a restaurant than a café, but the coffee here really is some of the best in town. Like all of the food prepared here, the coffee is gourmet quality. FG’s menu is extensive, and the food is healthy, well priced, and a change from …

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All Starbucks in Guangzhou

Tianhe District Victory plaza 天河区天河路228号正佳广场1楼1A008-009铺 Chinese:天河区体育西路101号维多利广场1-2楼 Address:Shop 217Q, 218Q 2/F & Shop 115B, 116 G/F, Victory plaza, 101 Ti yu xi Road, Tianhe district, Guangzhou Tel: 020-38892779 Jinlilai building Address:Shop 01 G/F, Jinlilai Building, 138 Ti yu Dong Road, Tianhe district, Guangzhou, China Tel: 020-38781266 Chinese: 天河区体育东路138号金利来数码网络大厦首层01号单元 Bercy Plaza Store Address:Shop 1/29、1/29A、1/30A、1/30B G/F, Bercy Plaza, 191 Tiyuxi Road, Tianhe District, …

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Cantonese Soup

Another unique Cantonese specialty is slow cooked soup. This is almost unheard of in any other Chinese cuisines. The cantonese soup is usually a clear broth prepared by simmering meat and other ingredients for several hours. Sometimes, Chinese herbal medicines are added to the pot. The ingredients of a rather expensive Cantonese slow cooked soup are: fresh whole chicken, dried …

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How to make pork buns

Cha siu baoIngredients 1 portion of Basic Yeast Dough 2 Tablespoons oyster sauce 2 Tablespoons hoisin sauce 2 Tablespoons soy sauce 2 Tablespoons sesame oil 1/3 cup Chinese rice wine / sherry 6 Tablespoons sugar 2 Tablespoons cornstarch 2 Tablespoons water 2 Tablespoons canola oil 1 lb barbeque pork (char siu), diced small ¼ inch cubes ½ cup dried onion …

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char siu bao

Char siu bao, also spelled char siu bao, are Cantonese barbecue pork buns (baozi). The buns are filled with barbecue-flavoured cha siu pork. They are served as a type of dim sum during yum cha and are sometimes sold in Chinese bakeries. Char siu refers to the pork filling; the word bao simply means “bun.” Although visually similar to other …

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Steamed Rice Rolls

A rice noodle roll (also translated as steamed rice roll/Steamed vermicelli roll) is a Cantonese dish from southern China and Hong Kong, commonly served as a variety of dim sum. It is a thin roll made from a wide strip of Shahe fen (rice noodles), filled with shrimp, pork, beef, vegetables, or other ingredients. Sweet soy sauce is poured over …

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You Tiao Recipe

Ingredients: -makes 10 pieces Flour ( 1/2 bread flour + 1/2 plain flour, if bread flour has too much gluten use all plain flour) baking powder,doubel action, 1 tsp alum, 1 tsp ( level) baking soda, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp ammonia, 1/2 tsp water, 220ml glutinous rice flour, enough for coating hands Method: 1. Place ingredients of ammonim bicarbonate, …

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You Tiao

Youtiao- also known as you char kway in Min Nan,yau ja gwai in Cantonese, and Chinese oil stick, Chinese cruller, fried bread stick- is a long, golden-brown, deep fried strip of dough in Chinese cuisine and other East and Southeast Asian cuisines and is usually eaten for breakfast. Conventionally, youtiao are lightly salted and made so they can be torn …

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Shrimp dumpling

Shrimp dumpling is Guangdong shrimp dumpling for short and it is also called crystal shrimp dumpling. The translucent shrimp dumplings is a traditional Cantonese dumplings served in dim sum.The filling of shrimp dumpling is the shelled fresh shrimp. Shrimp dumpling is the first one of “Four Kings” of Cantonese dim sum. The other three are streamed shaomai, Cha Shao Bao …

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Ginger milk curd

Ginger milk curd, also known as ginger-juice milk curd , ginger milk pudding or simply ginger milk, is a Chinese hot dessert originated in Shawan town of Panyu District, Guangzhou in the Guangdong Province in southern China. The main ingredients are ginger, milk, and sugar. Water buffalo milk is used in the original recipe. Ginger contains protease. When milk is …

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Shahe Rice Noodle

Shahe Rice Noodle is a popular flavor snack in Guangzhou. It originated from Shahe Town, hence the name. It enjoys a long history. The noodle is white, thin but tenacious. The method of making it is that getting the spring water of Baiyun Mountain to soak rice. Then grind this rice and cook them. Cut them into long narrow strips. …

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Recipes for water chestnuts

Recipes for water chestnuts Ingredients: 250g water chestnut flour (馬碲粉) 500ml water 1 5oz (141g) canned of diced water chestnuts 750ml water 350g Gula Melaka Method: 1. Open the canned of diced water chestnuts, drain, lightly rinse and chop into desired pieces. 2. Mix water chestnut flour with 500ml water and whisk to mix well. Set aside. 3. Boil Gula …

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