Bristol is a city in South West England with a population of just around 442,000. Bristol is the sixth most populous city in the UK, and is one of the oldest places in the country.Despite the fact that Bristol has a very rich history, the city has modernised with time to become one of the most beautiful places in England. Bristol is brimming with modern places to visit, including eateries and food delivery places that have become popular throughout England and many other locations. There are many places that sell Chinese food in Bristol.
If you are looking for authentic Chinese in Bristol, it might be a wise idea to order a takeaway. Even though there are many restaurants in the city that claim to offer authentic Chinese, only a handful of places actually know how to get the taste just right. The original ‘Hakka’ Chinese has become very popular in Bristol. There are many Chinese dishes that you must try at least once in your life. Here are some of the most popular ones.
A Chinese staple dish, Chow Mein refers to stir fried noodles that are cooked with meat and vegetables such as celery and onions. The choice of meat can vary depending on personal preference. Some people prefer eating the dish with beef or chicken, while others prefer pork or shrimps. Either way, Chow Mein is a very popular dish in Bristol. You can try your hand at eating the noodles with the traditional Chinese chopsticks. However, many people often have difficulty in eating these slippery noodles with a pair of sticks!
Gong Bao Chicken
One of the famous Sichuan style specialties to come out of China, Gong Bao Chicken is revered throughout Bristol by people who like eating Chinese food. The dish is popular amongst foreigners as well as the Chinese community residing in Bristol. The major ingredients added in the dish include dried chilli, fried peanuts and diced chicken. This isn’t a gravy-based dish. However, in some cases, the chef may give you the option to add a bit of cornstarch, some sweet and sour sauce, or different vegetables to the dish in order to enhance the flavour.
Dumplings have been around for more than 1,800 years. They are a traditional Chinese food that is consumed primarily in Northern China. Dumplings are mainly made using minced meat and neatly chopped vegetables that are put into a thin skin made of ordinary dough. Over the years, the recipe has been refined considerably. Today, you can order dumplings in a variety of different fillings. You can choose from minced pork, vegetables, beef, or ground or diced chicken. Dumplings can be cooked by steaming, boiling or frying. The local Chinese community in Bristol has made the dish quite famous in the city, mainly because it is consumed with a lot of fervour on the first day of the Chinese New Year.