How many types of delicious food can be found at Shanghai Expo? (2)

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Food and beverages in northern European countries is closely linked with the land, which is rich in forests and lakes. Tourists may try some Vodka after tasting delicious berries, mushrooms and fish in the Finnish Pavilion.

There are real Australian-flavored feasts in the Australian Pavilion with all the raw ingredients coming from Australia, such as its unique beef and fresh and tender abalone produced from Australia's pristine waters.

If you have time, you should visit the dreamlike "chocolate factory" in the Belgium Pavilion, where you can watch the chocolate-making process and then taste Belgian chocolates free-of-charge.

The African Restaurant, which has many famous African chefs, serves many types of African delicacies and beverages such as coffee from Ethiopia, "five-colored food" from Nigeria, wine from South Africa, Northern African couscous and "banana food" from Uganda.

The Columbian Pavilion plans to open a barbeque restaurant. It is said that someone who usually could not eat more than 0.05 kilograms of meat, once consumed more than 0.5 kilograms when tasting samples from the barbeque restaurant. Borscht soup is naturally available in the Ukrainian Pavilion and Moselle white wine will be promoted in the Luxembourg Pavilion.

Chefs from various countries will cook the classic foods of their respective countries in restaurants where you will have the precious opportunity to taste foods from around the world.

By People's Daily Online
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