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List of Chinese restaurants

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List of Chinese restaurants

This is a list of Chinese restaurants. A Chinese restaurant is an establishment that serves Chinese cuisine outside China. Some have distinctive styles, as with American Chinese cuisine and Canadian Chinese cuisine. Most of them are in the Cantonese restaurant style. Chinese takeouts (United States and Canada) or Chinese takeaways (United Kingdom and Commonwealth) are also found either as components of eat-in establishments or as separate establishments, and serve a take out version of Chinese cuisine.

Contents

  • Chinese restaurants 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Chinese restaurants

A Café de Coral fast food restaurant
Xiaolongbao made to order at Din Tai Fung behind a glass pane
Fuchun Teahouse is located in Yangzhou, China
Jumbo Kingdom is located in Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Star Seafood Floating Restaurant is located in Sha Tin, Hong Kong
West Lake Restaurant is located in Changsha, China

See also

References

  1. ^ Adamy, J. (20 October 2006). "One U.S. Chain's Unlikely Goal: Pitching Chinese Food in China".   (subscription required)
  2. ^ Krantz, Matt (2006-09-13). "Panda Express spreads Chinese food across USA".  
  3. ^ Miller, Bryan (January 11, 1995). "A Pioneer in Manhattan Merges Three Cuisines of China".  

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