Do you like the American version of Chinese foods?

United States
January 19, 2007 8:33am CST
Like General's chicken, sweet and sour pork, chicken or shrimp? I love them but can't eat authentic Chinese food...
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@charms88 (7546)
• Philippines
16 Feb 07
I've been eating chinese dishes for the longest time. I once went to US and ate a chinese restaurants there. I didn't notice any differences in the taste though. Maybe, I'm just hungry that time. But it was delicious.
• United States
15 Feb 07
I have trouble with Chinese whether it be Americanized or authentic. There are only a few Chinese restaurants I can eat at without getting sick. I don't know what it is. When I find a restuarant that I can eat at, I usually like mixed vegatables in garlic sauce (I'm a vegetarian). I can also do low mein. I ate in Chinatown when I was in New York and I think the food was authentic, I'm not sure. All I know is they had some large eyeballs on the buffet ... ick! and chicken feet. I haven't tried Veitnemese or Korean food yet, but I can usually eat most Thai cuisines, some Japanese, and some Javanese with no problems.
@shineison (875)
• Uganda
14 Feb 07
i did not eat yet any american version of Chinese food But i did eat Chinese food many times One of my sis cook some very good chinese Dishes of rice, all of us really like to eat them.
@shineison (875)
• Uganda
14 Feb 07
i did not eat yet any american version of Chinese food But i did eat Chinese food many times One of my sis cook some very good chinese Dishes of rice, all of us really like to eat them.
@Phlamingho (7834)
• Denmark
19 Jan 07
I don't mind it, but I like "real" chinese food better. A China man once told me that the best chinese food in the world is from London - even better than in china. Don't know if it's real or not :-)