HOW TO ORDER IN A CHINESE RESTAURANT – EBOOK KINDLE
HEINZ RAINER – ONCE YOU TAKE A SEAT IN A CHINESE RESTAURANT YOU WILL BE ASKED THE NOTORIOUS SOUNDING QUESTION : ” WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE DISH “.. HEINZ RAINER – Depending on your level of ‘connoisseurism’, you might answer ‘Chop suey’, or ‘fried rice’, or perhaps ‘sweet and sour chicken’, or something similar.
Has it ever crossed your mind, the waiter, or restaurant manager, or owner asking you this question takes you for a novice.
Or : anything goes. These folks have no clue of what Chinese food is all about.
What if I told you you can change all this
There is a simple method to grasp and get familiar with the most popular CHINESE DISHES MENUS YOU would not even dare to imagine to exist.
This is some background story from CHOWKIT KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA, originally published here : AFRICASIAEURO YOUTUBE
Lion and Dragon dance Chinese New Year 2014 at Chowkit GM Plaza, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
BEST EVER CHINESE NEW YEAR IN CHOWKIT, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
During Chinese New year celebrations Malaysia is alive with festivities around the country, and
Kuala Lumpur is one big display of fireworks, dragon dances, lion dances. Delicious Chinese food
is served anywhere in Chinese Buddhist temples nearby.
Chinese families invited their elderly to dine out in fancy restaurants, and ancestors are remembered when the family visits a Chinese temple.
In this time a foreigner can sit in a restaurant and is invited by a Chinese family, or one is invited to Chinese associations where again delicious food is served.
When venturing out one will see laughter and smiles all over, even from normally unfriendly individuals.