Macau's Fisherman's Wharf is an array of European architecture. The complex is next to a body of water but it's nothing like San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.
Tim's Kitchen is one of the handful restaurants who were rewarded Michelin stars. The restaurants is originally from Hong Kong, which is only an hour boat ride across the Zhujiang River Estuary.
Wangfujing Snack Street and Donghuámén Night Market are two places every self-proclaimed foodie should visit while in Beijing. It's definitely a sight to marvel.
Xianlaoman is renowned around Beijing for providing quality dumplings and being cost effective. The little shop is known to get packed fairly fast due to the mentioned quality.
Huntun Hou (aka Wonton Hou) is a Chinese landmark operating before the 1950's in the Wangfujing District of Beijing. The little shop has slowly expanded his operations throughout the years.
Beijing is known for its Peking Duck and the Chinese pronunciation is literally Beijing Duck. Dadong and Quanjude are the main heavyweights in Beijing with the best Peking Duck.
Yu Garden Shangahi: Shanghai is probably one of the most cultural diverse cities in China. The old port city has been a major trade city due to its location. The city in the edge of the Yangtze River.
Fu He Hui is one of the Tony Lu restaurants and they have the "Fu" designation in front of it. Fu He Hui is a strictly vegetarian Shanghainese restaurant and the Fu stable has
Dahuchun is one of the oldest fried pork bun shops in Shanghai and has been designated as a national treasure by the Chinese government. It opened its doors in the 1930s and currently has six location
Mr & Mrs Bund is the alter-ego of Paul Pairet. It's been dubbed as Alternative French cuisine as Chef Pairet moves away from classic French presentations and traditions. The restaurant sits
Fu1015 is one of the Tony Lu restaurants and they have the "Fu" designation in front of it. Fu1015 serves traditional Shanghainese cuisine and the Fu stable has become an institution in Sha
Shanghai, like every major city in the world, is filled with restaurants and it would take a few lifetimes to eat at each and every single one in the city. There's a beef noodle restaurant I ate at th
Taipei is one of the more developed cities in Asia. It sits on an island off of mainland China. No, not that island. You're thinking of Japan. The island is much more south and called Taiwan. Maybe you've heard of it?