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Drinking GuangDong Morning Tea With Me, If You Come To Guangzhou

24 July 2008 32 Comments

Actually, is an important part of my weekend life.
It’s typical lifestyle of GuangDong, whatever old days or modern time. It not only brings delicious Dim Sum, But also relaxs your press.


Dan Ta : classic rich Chinese egg custard in a flaky pastry shell

Fa Cai Zhu Li, It’s only offering during Chinese new year festival

Ma La Gao, together with currants

Jin Jiang Feng Zhua, made by feet of chicken

Cu Liang Yan Mai Bao, made by oatmeal

Xia Jiao, teamed shrimp dumpling wrapped in rice flour wrapper

Chang Fen: light steamed rice noodle sheets rolled with shrimp or meat, served with a light soy based sauce.

Fu Shi Xue Shan Bao, with purple taro inside

Xian Shui Jiao: deep fried glutinous rice flour dumpling stuffed with savory filling of meat and mushrooms

Shou Gong Yu Wan, Hand made fresh fish ball

Fa Cai Zhou, a kind of porridge means good luck at making momey

As a person lived long time in Chengdu, I loved drinking flower tea in the garden teahouse very much.

But traditional tea houses in GuangDong are different. They offer some snacks with tea, And called GuangDong morning tea, Though they open from about 6:00 am to midnight, serving morning tea, lunch tea, afternoon tea, dinner tea and evening tea. They call themselves tea restaurant.

Guangdong morning tea can be traced back to the Qing Dynasty. In the age of Xianfeng, There was a type of simple teashop named One Percent Shop, It was the first teashop that offered snacks together with tea. Later on, This teahouses developed into a big tea restaurants. Since then, morning tea became very popular in Guangdong, And became a part of special offshoot of Chinese .

Guangdong’s geographic location and weather provides plentiful fresh fruit, produce and seafood. This offers good materials of tea refreshments. In Today’s tea restaurant, Tea refreshments play a more important role than tea. And this is the important standard when we consider if the tea reataurant is good enough.

Okay, If you will come to , Just leave me a message here, I will be glad to treat you the best GuangDong morning tea.:)

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  • Tiny said:

    I am always so glad to have morning tea with you, iWalk.
    Miss you and these Dim Sum so much. :)

    Reply

    iWalk reply on July 25th, 2008 12:09 am:

    My Leo is waiting for you, Tiny.:)

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  • Joy said:

    Thanks for visit. We love dimsum too!

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    iWalk reply on July 24th, 2008 11:42 pm:

    So, Welcome to Guangzhou.
    Though I love the fresh seafood of Australia so much. :)

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  • JH said:

    Lovely and delicious food !

    It’s a promise then ! I would want to try all the wonderful dishes you posted above !

    Yummy !

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    iWalk reply on July 24th, 2008 11:30 pm:

    Yeah, JH, It’s a promise.

    I would treat you all the things above, If they still offer them.

    You must be hurry, They often change the menu. :P

    Reply

  • winona said:

    hai, it’s fine if you don’t understand my language, that is in indonesian :) . but I have another page about tourism in Indonesia in blogspot.

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    iWalk reply on July 25th, 2008 11:23 am:

    ha, I know that, I already visited your English blog last night.:)

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  • Liam said:

    Looks delicious, if I ever come to GuangDong I’d love to have morning tea with you. I love Chinese food.

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    iWalk reply on July 26th, 2008 8:59 am:

    Welcome Liam, I know there are many great Guangdong restaurants in China Town of Sydney, But their taste are already different from local restaurants here.

    I think you will enjoy real Guangdong morning tea.

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  • My Bug Life said:

    Yummy eggtarts! Thanks for the drop :D

    Reply

    iWalk reply on July 27th, 2008 12:44 am:

    Ha, We both like food and travel!

    Reply

  • Tiny said:

    Dim Sum’s pronunciation sounds like Cantonese

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  • Quickroute said:

    Yummy! My mouth is watering at the sight of those pastries!

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    Tiny reply on July 28th, 2008 12:12 am:

    Food is everything, That’s the truth.:)

    Reply

  • melee said:

    wow this great food.. hmmmmmmmmm yummy.. i loved it… lolz so so so delicious….

    Reply

    iWalk reply on July 29th, 2008 10:38 am:

    So, melee, Guangzhou is here waiting for you!

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  • Sonya said:

    Visually stunning, iWalk. It looks as if I can almost eat the food and drink the tea right off the screen. I stumbled it, dugg it, and tried to buzz it but had problems with that one. Anyway, great job.

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    iWalk reply on October 17th, 2008 11:30 am:

    Oh, Thank you so much dear Sonya! You are always so kind to help others!
    Yeah, I want you give me a chance to enjoy all these yummies with you!

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  • Tine said:

    Is there an adress where we can do this ‘tea party’? We would love to do it in a parc somewhere. We asked the taxi driver to bring us to a tea house in a parc but we ended up totally wrong and still not having drunk tea. So could you give us some specific teahouse tips or the name of a parc where we can enjoy this?

    Thanks a lot!

    Tine

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    iWalk reply on May 5th, 2009 12:22 pm:

    Sorry,Tine, I forgot the address, All these Dim Sums were from:

    MeiFeng Teahouse

    Address: No.82 FuHua East Road, ShiQiao, Panyu, Guangzhou
    广州市番禺区市桥富华东路82号

    Tel:(020)84800399 34803038

    It’s a very popular Teahouse offers great yummies with cheap price. But they don’t offer booking service, So there are always many people waiting for a seat.

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  • foongpc said:

    OK, will definitely meet up with you if I go Guangzhou next time! Ooh, the food looks so delicious! I’m drooling : )
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