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szdaily -> Guide
Shanghai dishes
     2011-August-17  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    SHANGHAI does not exactly have a cuisine of its own, but successfully refines the work of surrounding provinces such as Zhejiang and Jiangsu.

    Shanghai dishes are usually characterized by the use of heavy and highly flavored sauce. The use of sugar is another unique feature of Shanghai cuisine. Its traditional dishes include dazhaxie, red-cooked chicken, xiaolongbao (small meat-stuffed bun) and choudoufu (stinky tofu).

    Dazhaxie is a special type of crab found in rivers near Shanghai. The crabs are tied with ropes or strings, placed in bamboo containers, steamed and served.

    Unlike the big buns in northern China, xiaolongbao is bite-sized. The buns are usually steamed in bamboo containers. The skin of the juicy bun is very thin.

    (SD-Agencies)

   Recommended restaurants:

    Yu Yuan 豫园

    4/F, CITIC City Plaza, 1095 Shennan Road Central, Futian District 福田区深南中路1095号中信城市广场四楼

    Liu Yuan 留园

    3/F, The Mixc, 1881 Bao’an Road South, Luohu District 罗湖区宝安南路1881号万象城三楼

    Jiangnan Garden 江南春

    2/F, Shenzhenair International Hotel, 6035 Shennan Boulevard, Futian District 福田区深南大道6035号深航国际酒店二楼

    

    

                               

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