The words “Chinese food” may conjure up images of har gou (shrimp dumplings) or orange chicken but that stuff only scratches the surface. With China being such a large country you’d expect the varieties of food to be immense. And you’d be correct in thinking so.
Northern Chinese food has it’s fair share of unique selections. A visit to a Northern Chinese restaurant verified that.
A plate of sour veggies appetizer. Sadly, the strong sourness overpowers the dish.
Lamb brisket, peanuts, and assorted goodies noodle in herb soup. The dish has a very unique blend of ingredients giving it a very distinct taste.
Claw cake is a delightful little treat composed of fried layers of dough. The different layers make the whole cake evenly crispy, ultimately making the last bite taste just like the first.
Every culture has its own unique way of preparing chicken and this is no exception. The drumstick is very rich in flavors and every bite brings along a shockingly powerful blast.
Those who have smelled smelly tofu before will probably not mistaken the smell. It is unlike anything else in the world. It is really a weird kind of smelly. There are people who can’t stand it but to be honest it’s no big deal. The smell adds to the taste.
I know you can’t smell the picture, but judging by the looks would you give it a try?