When you first travel to a new foreign place, the sights, smells, and sounds are often so new that there’s no question you are somewhere you’ve never been before. While these senses all combine to highlight the new wonders that await you, it’s often, of course, when you sit down to a meal in a brand-new place that you truly discover the un-nameable heart and soul of wherever you are. Nowhere is this truer than in China – the home to world-famous Chinese food. Here is a look at what and where you should eat if you ever find yourself in China!
More crackling. Textures of the crackling can range, but it’s always delicious. Don’t cut off the fat. You’re just going to regret it.
Hand pulled noodles, stir fried then gently steamed. Heavy flavouring, delicate process.
If you’re at a Chinese-Korean restaurant, get the jam pong, a spicy seafood soup with hand pulled noodles, or the jjajjang myun, a black bean sauce with
– you guessed it – hand pulled noodles!