Tuesday 13 September 2011

Chinese Cuisine- Try something new today!

If you cannot read Chinese symbols then you may find this a little tricky. The best idea is to find a menu with pictures, and just point and say ching (please). I am lucky enough to have a friend who can read Chinese so I have a little more choice- but only when I am with them.
Like almost everything in China your money will go very far. Below is the equivalent to an authentic Chinese take away- fried dumplings, boiled dumplings and noodles in a peanut sauce. This cost 12 RMB (£1.20):

Perfect Takeaway food

Zhuhai is known in China for its seafood and I am yet to be disappointed, this is a fish split in half and cooked in front of you on top of burning coals, it was part of a meal consisting of 9 dishes, it came to 190 RMB and between 3 of us we still had some left for the morning afterwards!
The fish hot plate

You quickly learn not to ask what you are eating here- it’s the best way to be, try everything once and have an open mind when ordering.

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