These articles on Chinese food and drink will give you an insight into the enormous range of weird and wonderful taste experiences available to you when you come to China, and other helpful eating/drinking tips.
Visitors to China are highly recommended to try these drinks: milk tea, plum juice, cheese tea, green tea…
Must-taste Chinese food includes Beijing duck, Guilin Rice noodles, hot pot and dumplings. Detailed information on each food is provided.
Chinese pride themselves on eating a wide range of inventive foods, such as Beggar's Chicken and “100-year” eggs.
It is easy to get your coffee fix in China’s larger cities like Beijing and Shanghai, due to the many Starbucks and original cafes.
For China travelers who are allergic to gluten, here are some tips on how to order get gluten-free food in Chinese restaurants and shops.
An introduction to ten of China's most popular desserts and sweet foods, from the North to the South of the country.
Healthy Chinese cooking can be quick, cheap, filling, and sociable. Discover how to cook healthily the Chinese way.
These are some of China's best super foods, where to get them, how people in China generally eat them, and what they can do for your health.
Find the most popular dishes on "A Bite of China" - a famous documentary covering almost every aspect of Chinese cuisine.
It's never easy to travel abroad when you have certain food intolerances or allergies. Find tips on traveling China with food allergies...
The best 8 food streets where you can find a great variety of Chinese street snacks. Don't miss them.
Western food has caught on in China. It is popular. But it is often a bit different!
No one likes sightseeing on an empty stomach, so here are 10 snack foods that any traveler can easily purchase and pack.
The top 10 natural and traditional herbal drinks you'll find in China that are the healthiest for you include: green tea, ginger tea, and soybean drinks.