Cantonese Food

Cantonese food is the most familiar to the West. Numerous Chinese restaurants established all over the world are serving this type of food with its colorful presentation and differing varieties of dishes.


Steaming and boiling are used more often than frying to prepare food. Vegetables are cooked in the shortest time in order to retain the natural crispness and flavor.

Accompaniment to Meals

Rice is usually eaten with meals.


Dim Sum is normally served from 6:00 am to 4:00 pm. It consists of a variety of dishes presented in small bamboo containers or on small dishes such as Spring-rolls, Steamed Prawn Dumplings, Pork Ribs with Black-bean Sauce, Steamed Beef Balls with Watercress, Roast Pork Buns, Chicken Buns and many more.

Examples of Dim Sum



Black bean ribs


Examples of Dishes

Roast Pork, Steamed Chicken with Ginger Sauce, Chicken Shark Fin Soup, Sweet and Sour Pork,  to mention but a few...

vegetable with mushroom

Steamed Chicken with Ginger Sauce

Pork with black bean sauce
(Mr. P. Fung - Hong Kong)

Chicken pineapple and ginger

Braised pork

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