how do you like Chinese food or Chinese cuisine?

China
January 14, 2010 3:04am CST
As far As I know, there are a lot of ppl overseas like Chinese food and it is consider one of best cuisines all over the world. I had always believed so until recently I read a book which is a guide book to New York city in which it says other Asian cooking are pricier than the Chinese one. Does it mean it is one of the most inexpensive cuisine, if not the cheapest? Is it also the case in your local? How do you like Chinese cuisine?
3 responses
@Torunn (7157)
• Norway
16 Jan 10
I like Chinese food, but I haven't had it here where I live. I had some very nice Chinese food in Singapore and in Vienna, but it wasn't very much cheaper than other restaurants. I think there's one or two quite cheap restaurants here, so I might try them out one day.
• China
18 Jan 10
would you might telling me where you live? you said it wasn't very much cheaper.does it mean it was cheaper, just not to the extend of very much cheaper? If Chinese restaurants were not cheaper than other restaurants serving other cuisines, would you still want to dine out in them?
@Torunn (7157)
• Norway
18 Jan 10
It's cheaper than going somewhere to have, say, steak, but not cheaper than if you go a Italian restaurant. I've often eaten Chinese food other places than here (Norway), but the Chinese restaurants in Trondheim just aren't very tempting.
• Boston, Massachusetts
14 Jan 10
Hi Chameleon, I love chinese foods. in vegetables i love chopseuy, shrimp and brocolli and all recipes for noodles. but the best among them that i truly love is lo-mien and lemon chicken! you made me crave for these foods huhuhuhuhu!
• China
18 Jan 10
It sounds like you've had a variety of Chinese foods. Have you tried sweet and sour pork or sweet and sour pork chop and fried rice? they are a lot of ppls favorite chinese foods overseas.
• Boston, Massachusetts
18 Jan 10
Yes, i love it too--sweet and sour pork with pineapple and big slices of bell pepper. beef brocolli, chicken brocolli, fried rice, crab cake, name it--i love it! i am scheduling a chinese resto visit this coming weekend to have a taste of my favorite chinese foods with my family of course!
18 Feb 10
Chinese food in the US is different than the cuisine in China. I've tasted the food in Macau and some other part of China and it is very different than the greasy jumble of food they serve here. For instance, they infuse medicinal herbs in most of their dishes and broths; there's none of that here. Also, in China, they don't coat and deep-fry everything before covering it with sauce. It's still high in fat because they don't waste any part of the animal, including the skin, feet, tongue, etc.