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Monday, 4 January 2016

Shenyang Part 3: Interesting And Popular Food Of Shenyang



Trying out new cuisines is part and parcel of travelling. It is also the part I often look forward to. 
Dong Po Pork 东坡肉  is a common Chinese cuisine back home but never have I seen it presented in such an artistic manner. (This dish was served in the in-house restaurant of Yatai Hotel)
The Chinese dumpling (jiao zi) is a popular cuisine which we seemed to get in almost every restaurant including our hotel restaurant in Shenyang. (This dish was served at the in-house restaurant of Yatai Hotel)
Soft tofu with thickened savoury sauce is apparently popular here. The tofu resembles tofo fah which we often eat with sugar syrup. Only difference is this is savoury and can be eaten with rice. (This dish was served in the in-house restaurant of Yatai Hotel)
This chicken wing in bite-sized pieces deep fried with lots of dried chillies not only look interesting, it is also appetizing. (This dish was served in the in-house Shang Palace Restaurant of Zen Hotel).
Sweet potatoes deep fried and coated with caramel and gram is a sweet snack which we thoroughly enjoyed. It is also unforgettable. (This dish was served in the in-house Shang Palace Restaurant of Zen Hotel) 
Black fungus cooked in a variety of styles accompanied most of our meals. This particular one was served as an appetizer together with shredded carrots, cucumber, eggs and white fungus. (Enjoyed and eaten in the in-house Shang Palace Restaurant of Zen Hotel)
This is another interesting cuisine. Initially mistaken as pieces of fried chicken this is actually a non-meat sweet snack with a unique taste. (This dish was served in the in-house North Korean Restaurant of Chilposan Hotel).
The serving style of this Korean BBQ meat and the salad that accompanied it is rather interesting. See picture below. 
I love Korean BBQ but I have never wrapped the meat in this type of leaf, the shape of which resembles the miniature mint but which isn't mint. (This dish was served in the in-house North Korean Restaurant of Chilposan Hotel).
The porridge served in the in-house All Day Restaurant of The Longemont Hotel looks pretty with its pastel purple color. Made of Japanese sweet potatoes and rice this tasted heavenly eaten with assorted pickles.



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