Andrew heads to Guangzhou, the bizarre food capital of China. He finds out why this city earns its reputation as a land where anything that swims, crawls or flies is put on a plate.Go to Episode
Andrew begins his adventure with a taste of street food and dim sum at a popular restaurant. He samples grilled squid, chicken's feet, stuffed duck's feet, steamed abalone and stir-fried milk with shrimp.
2 Wen Chang Nan Rd., Guangzhou, China
JinYing Lou Restaurant
The next restaurant Andrew visits proves that the Chinese don't discriminate when it comes to meals with wings, scales, shells or even stingers! Andrew whets his whistle with a taste of turtle soup, pigeon, scorpion and roast suckling pig.
No. 73, Si You Xin Road, Yue Xiu District, Guangzhou, China
After Andrew and Chef Jacky Chan shop at the Qing Ping Market, they bring their purchases to the Summer Palace restaurant for a feast that included starfish, jellyfish salad, frog legs and baked omelet with worms and hairy crab roe.
1 Hui Zhan Dong Rd., Hai Zhu District,Guangzhou 510308, China
Andrew takes part in the preparation of his next meal by attempting to learn the difficult practice of noodle pulling.
1st Floor, TianYi Building, NO.115, Shui Yin Er Heng Rd., Tian He District, Guangzhou, China
Andrew visits a mushroom factory to learn about the growing process, and then heads to the company's restaurant to taste deep-fried stuffed morel mushroom caps, river fish with fungus, steamed stinkhorn mushroom and sea salt fungus chicken.
NO.2 Bin Jiang Rd., QingXin County, Guang Dong Province, P.R. China
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