Chinese dishes and street foods you MUST try while traveling, visiting, or living in China!! I lived in Nanjing and Beijing and these were some of the most popular dishes that became my favorite food. Xiao long bao Shanghai dumplings, dry pot cauliflower AKA stone bowl cauliflower, jian bing kao rou (possibly the most popular street food in China), then I couldn’t decide between squid skewers and Peking roast duck, and finally jiao zi AKA dumplings.
Danger Zone6 个月前
XIAO LONG BAO for life.
Evelyne at CulturEatz6 个月前
I am starving, my lunch now looks really sad :-(
Tennis Religion II6 个月前
My fav is Xiaolongbao too! Love all the food you mentioned in the video!
Oh gosh! Your video reminded me how hard it was to be a vegetarian in China. Well, pescatarian, I eat fish but still I never ordered fish in China. Hated the spitting out of the bones on the table and practically everywhere. Why was boneless not a thing there? Anyhoo… I love the cauliflower dish and the dumplings, I learned very quickly to say (without meat) in mandarin. I also love ma pao tofu and in the city I lived in there was delicious fried potatoes! Super thin, doused in oil, seasoned in deliciousness. If I lived in North Cali I would so want to be your friend and we can reminisce about China together. I am in SoCal still looking for a Chinese restaurant that lives up to the authenticity.
Alan Soria Guadalupe6 个月前
Thank you! I’m traveling to China in a couple of months and you bet I’ll make a list of food out of this video
James Brown3 个月前
WHAT! chicken and mushroom dumplings? I never heard of them. As a Chinese northerner
Robert Dong6 个月前
Soup dumpling is from south china, it was not until recently we could taste such delicious food in a Taiwanese restaurant chain in Beijing. Back to America, you should try any Italian seafood restaurant recommended by Yelp from NH to PR, sea bass is super super fresh !
do you think chinese vinegars are very different from American one? decent chinese vinegars are much more delicious and can be drunk like wines
Amazing video uploads! I’m headed to China in August. I was wondering in China do you usually just take videos of people or do you ask permission? I’m a such a fraidy cat to start videoing/taking photos of people.
If you ever get the chance, you have to try Jiaozi in Chengdu. The Sichuan chilli oil sauce its served with is so fragrant and delicious that it makes a good jiaozi 100x better
I like the food you love as well, especially Xiao long bao, but you should definitely visit Guangdong and Sichuan. The two most popular and famous regional cuisines of China are Cantonese (Guangdong) and Sichuanese