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The experience of dining in China is far different than eating at restaurants in America. Manners and menus are almost entirely opposite.
Menus in China are usually illustrated hardback books, in which almost every single dish has a picture. That means a menu typically has around 20 pages, lined with beautiful photos. Chinese people order food according to the picture, not necessarily the written description in menus.
Furthermore, each table is typically only given one menu, and when the menu is placed before them, the waiter stands next to the table ready to write down the order. You do not sit at the table and talk for several minutes before ordering; you order when you sit almost immediately
In China, people are used to dining in noisy environments, which is considered welcoming and joyful. So, if you need to call a waiter in China, call loudly. Very loudly. Shout “Waiter” and wave your hand. Since there is no tipping in China, every person is your table’s waiter, and it’s appropriate to stop anyone in the restaurant and ask them for something. This is not rude, it is expected! (attractchina.com)
Red Red Shrimp, Hunan Beef, Egg Flower Soup
A couple months ago I was in Temecula, Ca to attend my son’s Pop Warner football event.
As I was driving down the street I noticed a large artistic looking restaurant smack down on the corner that drew my attention.
My wife and I were famished and needed something that would be flavorful and filling at the same time.
What better than some Chinese cuisine..
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