Monday, August 3, 2009

Manchurian Cuisine near the Qing Dynasty Imperial Palace in Shenyang

While approaching the grounds of the Qing Dynasty (Manchurian-ruled last dynasty in China)Imperial Palace in Shenyang, a friend and I decided that restaurants or vendors in the museum grounds would probably be tourist traps. We found a Manchurian restaurant nearby for a quick lunch. This place was incredibly cheap, and the food was not bad.

We ordered a beef and daikon radish pot 2 pancakes filled with ground beef, and one bowl of rice. The food in Northeastern China is generally oily and salty. This was no exception, but considering the cooking conditions here, this was relatively tasty.

Daikon Radish and Beef Pot; Pan-fried Savory Pancake stuffed with Ground Beef

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