Apart from delicacies like Peking duck, Wonton soup, sweet and sour pork and other menu staples you would not be at a loss to find a suitable dish for lunch in China. There’s a varied range of menu options also includes unique delicacies like century eggs, jelly fish and apparently cats( cats?).
But, we’ll not highlight any of the weird stuff. Here’s an idea of some of the tastiest Chinese dishes. Try them out in Nairobi!
Chinese cuisine arguably came about from the need to feed a large population, thus developing their unique portioning and array of protein options on offer.
Despite the increase in the uptake of Western meals,and the growing number of chinese restaurants,traditional Chinese meals are still popular and a staple across China.
Typically lunch in china always kick off with soup, and Chinese meals are always accompanied with tea or beer.
Chinese staples include dumplings, steamed chicken with salted sauce, chicken in sweet and sour sauce, deep fried pigeon in spiced sauce among others.
Chinese meals are eaten traditionally eaten with chopsticks, with fish being a guarantee at almost all Chinese meals.
Chinese noodles are a must have, at any authentic Chinese meal.
If you are in China, one thing you can not expect is a fortune cookie, these are apparently not really a part of chinese culture and were actually developed in San Francisco.
In the mood for some Chinese? check our restaurant links here.