Guangzhou Food demonstrates the southern Chinese style of cooking. The main characteristics of Cantonese-style dim sum are the fine ingredients, wide variety, and novel styles. All the dim sums pay attention to the harmony of color and luster, and the shapes are different. Guangzhou Restaurant was established in 1935 and is the King of Guangzhou food.
A bowl of authentic wonton noodles, the wonton should not be too big, and one bite must be guaranteed. Traditional Cantonese wontons are best served with shrimp and pork. The prawn meat is tender and refreshing, and the pork is delicious.
People in Guangzhou call drinking tea “sighing tea” (meaning to enjoy), and the mantra of “sighing one cup and two pieces” (that means enjoying one cup of fragrant tea and two snacks) still prevails.
Cantonese cuisine is one of the eight major cuisines of the Han Chinese. Cantonese cuisine in a narrow sense refers to Guangzhou cuisine, and in a broad sense, it also includes Chaozhou cuisine and Hakka cuisine.