White Cut (plain sliced) Chicken is a well known Guangzhou food. Visitors can enjoy the original taste of chicken from the carefully timed boiling. Visitors can expect the best priced Bai Qie Ji at these restaurants: Gaozhou Taiziji Restaurant, Huiai Restaurant, Youlian Restaurant, and etc.
Roast suckling pig, a Guangzhou famous food, is mouth watering. A 3 kilogram piget is marinated with spices: sugar, salt, sweet, vinegar, fermented bean curd, cooking wine, and sesame paste. And, roast red over charcoal. Then, brush on with peanut oil. The roast suckling pig in Panxi Restaurant, Guangzhou Restaurant and Bingsheng Restaurant is quality assured.
Sweet and Sour Pork (Gu Lu Rou)
Sweet and Sour Pork is Guangzhou specialty of Qing Dynasty (1644- 1911) vintage. Pork is first boned, starch with seasonings, then knead into a ball ready for frying to a crisp. The finishing touch is to wrap it with sweet and sour condiments. Yongli Restaurant, Lao Feng Teahouse and To To Kui are where this delicacy is served.
Claypot Rice (Bao Zai Fan)
Claypot Rice is a kind of rice cooked together with vegetables and preserved meat. Although small in size, Minji Baozaifan, Wanxing Xiaoshi, and other street shops attracts many customers for yummy tastes and low price.
Wonton Noodle (Yuntun Mian)
Wonton Noodle is popular Guangzhou food. The main ingredients consist of cooked wonton, bamboo shoots, and fish broth, dried shrimp, scallops and chicken. Go to Shangxia Jiu Pedestrian Street, Xihua Road and Renmin Road, you come across many Wonton Noodles eateries. It is good for breakfast.
Guangzhou, near the sea, is rich in seafood, offering many delicious dishes. Reputable seafood dishes cover Salt and Pepper Shrimp, Salmon Sashimi, Steamed Scallops with Minced Garlic, Curry Crabs, Cheese Lobster, etc. Customers either go directly to the restaurant empty handed, or bring fresh seafood with them from the market. Huangsha Seafood Trading Market is the largest aquaculture integrated market, source of seafood products for the connoisseur.