Eastern China lies on the great plain formed by the river delta of the mighty Yangtse River, which flows into the sea just north of Shanghai. This is one of China's leading agricultural regions, for the river delta contains some of the most fertile land in China, farmed for some 2000 years, and it was from the produce of this region that much of the classical cooking of China was created ... (Go on)

The Food in Shanghai
-- (1/4 Menu)


(Steamed Trout in Black Bean Sauce)

(Coral Cabbage)

(Yangchow Fried Rice)

(Wonton Soup with Watercress)


(Shanghai Long-Cooked Knuckle of Pork)

(Chicken, Asparagus and Straw Mushroom Soup)

(Paotzu Steamed Buns Stuffed with Crab Meat, Pork and Cabbage)


(Bean Curd Soup)

(Clear-Simmered Meatballs)


(Crispy Whole Fish in Shredded Pork and Mushroom Sauce)


(Salt and Pepper Prawns)

(Stir-Fried Chicken Slices with Mangetout)

(Chicken Rice Congee (Soft Rice))


(Smoked Fish Slicess



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