Barchua House @ Wanchai, Hong Kong

This small restaurant caught my eye when I first walk past it. It’s located very very near to my hotel, and I will have to pass by it whenever I am heading to Causeway Bay MTR station.

Well, I am always attracted to Szechuan cuisine anyway.

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It was already our last day in Hong Kong. We already checked out from the hotel, and while waiting for the bus to pick us up, here am I!

I opt for medium spiciness level due to I have a flight to catch later on, if not I think I am so gonna challenge their spiciest version. Yes, they do provide challenges although I don’t know what will one win from it.

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Jiu Jiu Szechuan Restaurant @ Autocity Penang

Chinese cuisine, usually refers to food originates from China. However, as China extends to such a huge area in Asia, with twenty-two provinces, five autonomous regions, and four municipalities (excluding Hong Kong and Macau) in it, each provinces having different type of cultures and even climate since they are separated thousands of miles away, surely the people there will have different taste buds, and hence the birth of different type of cuisines in China.

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The 4 Great Traditions of Chinese cuisines are Cantonese, Huaiyang, Shandong and Szechuan. Malaysia’s Chinese food are heavily influenced by the Cantonese cuisine, for example sweet and sour pork, Char Siew and Won Ton. Huaiyang and Shandong cuisine however are not as popular to Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine here in Malaysia,with representative such as Duck Egg and Pork Porridge, Yangzhou Fried Rice (both from Huaiyang) and Peiking duck (Shandong cuisine). For me myself, I love Szechuan cuisine, and it’s greatly influenced by the anime Cooking Master Boy!

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