Posts tagged with ‘cantonese’

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Lei Garden Restaurant

August 12, 2006

Lei garden logo

Lee Garden is one of the more expensive Cantonese restaurants in Guangzhou, serving up a large selection of high class and rare food (especially seafood).

The restaurant is very Hong Kong style, and not surprisingly the owners are from Hong Kong. The dimsum is very good (the spring rolls are great), as is the soup and seafood. Prices reflect their Hong Kong origins and tend to be high, although the staff are polite and do smile.

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Jiao Mei Restaurant

August 12, 2006

Jiao Mei Restaurant is one of Guangzhou’s most delicious sources for Cantonese food, with their speciality being crunchy toasted doves.

Prices are reasonable and the spring rolls is near perfect. Jiao Mei has also opened another nearby restaurant called “Lan Kwai Fong”, serving Thai food.

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Guangzhou Restaurant

August 12, 2006

Gz restaurant

Established for over 50 years, the Guangzhou Restaurant is one of the most established restaurants in the city. It certainly looks the part. However, this cannot make up for the terrible dimsum, with soft spring rolls, and impolite staff.

Prices range 200-400 for a dinner, with dimsum 70-120. The environment is noisy and mainly consists of older people.

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E Gong Cun Cantonese Restaurant

August 12, 2006

E Gong Cun is famous for it’s Roast Goose – some even say it’s almost as delicious as it’s Peking Duck. As well as this, another popular dish is it’s steamed chicken.

Apparently all poultry are organically raised, explaining the taste (and popularity) of the meat dishes.

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Australian Great Barrier Reef Restaurant

August 12, 2006

Great barrier reef dish

The Australian Great Barrier Reef Restaurant serves up a fusion of BBQ, Thai, Cantonese, Japanese, as well as Australian cuisine. Combined with a real Australian chef it is the perfect place to visit if you like seafood, fish, and particularly oysters.

There is a lunch and dinner buffet, and English is spoken.

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