Here you'll learn how ask for rice in a Chinese restaurant. You'll also learn how to order a bottle of red or white wine to enjoy with your meal. You'll also be able to say whether or not you can use chopsticks in Mandarin Chinese!
Leo and Dani are enjoying dinner, and Dani tells Leo about the various different cuisines in the four main culinary areas of China. Leo is surprised to learn that Northern Chinese food is not typically spicy. When ordering wine, Leo learns more about the measure words in Mandarin Chinese!
in China, a guest is not expected to have to cut his own meat. Hence a knife and fork is not required to eat Chinese food. All meat and vegetable dishes are not normally prepared in bite-size pieces. This also has the advantage of allowing the flavors and sauces used in cooking to impart onto the surface area of each piece of meat.
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