WHY IS CHINESE FOOD SO OILY?

Last meal in Shenzhen!

Life boss wanted chinese food so we went to a restaurant called Nanjing Dai Pai Dong (南京大牌档).

Firstly, these restaurants are confusing as hell! A Nanjing restaurant in shenzhen?

“Hey you want to go to Nanjing for food?”

“Huh? Aren’t we in Shenzhen?”

Yes that’s the conversation I think will happen.  What is Nanjing’s food anyways? The website took too long to load so I said screw it.

Enough gibberish let’s get this post started!

I am not a big fan of chinese food, especially for lunches. I just like my own main dish while sharing some appetizers.

I don’t know. I just don’t like sharing I guess.

I also don’t like the food in China much because they are so damn oily. Oil seems to be free here…I wanted to be healthy and ordered tofu but man, I should have just ordered a bucket of oil because that’s what this shit was:

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It was also super bland. Bland and oil….

We did order this rice dish in a bamboo cup because it looks pretty cool haha. Life boss said it was good, I wouldn’t know, I didn’t have it since I am on a low carb diet. Looks fucking oily again though.

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The dumplings were my favorite, was damn good and damn delicious. We should have ordered like 20 of these and said fuck it to the rest of the menu.

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I also like the chicken dish, they put vinegar in the dish so it made me even more hungry. Must order in my opinion. But again, pretty oily.

And small.

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So quick recap – cool decor, small portions, dumpling are awesome, oil  is free here.

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Entrance

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Rice in a bamboo cup

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Veggies

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Written from Hong Kong, Home on July 4, 2017

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