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Cantonese cuisine


Cantonese cuisine (廣東菜), also known as Yue cuisine or Guangdong cuisine, refers to the cuisine of China’s Guangdong Province, particularly the provincial capital, Guangzhou (Canton).  240 more words


Review: Buddy's Kitchen

Jia, Eldie and I had breakfast together this morning. Jia’s MIL is staying with them over the weekend. So, she could take care of baby Leia while Jia hangs out with us in the morning. 622 more words


Yumcha: Dimsum Brunch Buffet @ Tai Zi Heen, Pullman KLCC

Malaysia has a huge Cantonese population, so it’s only normal that some Canto culture has trickled into our daily lives :D One is ‘yumcha’, which literally translates to ‘drink tea’, referring to the act of going out with friends/family to enjoy… 431 more words


Dining Hotspot - Lamma

Lamma is best known for its seafood restaurants, but as I discovered there are some other options that are also worth trying. The seven I selected to recommend first appeared in SCMP’s… 49 more words

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Cantonese Cuisine

Steamed Cheung Fun with dried shrimps and spring onion

Cheung Fun is one of my favorite Cantonese dishes in Chinese restaurants.  It is the steamed rice rolls. There are different flavors of cheung fun, they may include fillings, like fresh shrimps, BBQ pork (Cha Siu), minced beef and; dried shrimps and spring onions.  447 more words


Cantonese Roasted Pork Belly

In Cantonese speaking, roasted meat is called “Siu Yuk” while roasted pork belly is called “Siu Nan”. It is very common to order them in Chinese restaurants, like “Char Siu” (the Chinese BBQ pork).   492 more words