[Chinese food is not up to standard?]
On April 20, the famous UK gourmet magazine "Restaurant" published a list of "The S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants 2009."
It is worth noting that no Chinese restaurants, with Chinese food dubbed China's soft power, were selected.
The list does not contain any restaurant in the greater China region, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Is it true that Chinese food is really not up to standard?[Detail] [However, we want to say "Satisfying your taste buds in China"]
When thinking of some fine dining experience, China comes to mind! The country offers great cuisines of the world cooked in myriad ways. You can find world's best platter on table in China and dine on foods you have ever eaten anywhere.
China's unique variety of cuisines represents different customs and style based on different parts of China. [Detail][Where can you find typical Chinese dishes?]
One of our readers sent us a letter saying that a magazine survey showed that 90% of the people being asked think that Chinese dishes are the most delicious in the world. Indeed, Chinese food culture has a long history and tradition. Eating is not just a way of filling the stomach, but also an art and a culture. [Detail]Chinese CuisineUseful Info: Most recommended restaurants in Beijing's Houhai area >>Where to Eat and Drink in Tibet >>Tuck in something special for Spring Festival Eve dinner >>Beijing's 600-year-old Qianmen St. drawing world-famous, traditional brands >>[China, gourmet nation on mission to save its tastiest culture]
Master chefs from top restaurants around the country gathered in Beijing on February 17 to wow diners with China's most famous dishes.
They believe their centuries' old cooking techniques deserve to be ranked among the world's most important intangible cultural heritage. [Detail]
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Chinese authorities Sunday pledged to use the new Food Safety Law as a platform to intensify monitoring and law enforcement, hoping to curb repeated food scandals battering the industry's reputation and consumer confidence. [Detail] Shape up, chaotic health food sector told >>By People's Daily Online