Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism

Zhejiang Cuisine is one of the top eight cuisines of China, with an abundance of varieties: Hangzhou dishes, Shaoxing dishes, Ningbo dishes and Wenzhou dishes, a delicate style, fresh ingredients and a taste which is a mix of smooth, tender and crisp all in one.

Ningbo Tangtuan
Tangtuan, also known as Tangyuan, is a famous snack in Ningbo area of Zhejiang Province and one of the representative snacks of China. It has a long history. According to legend, Tangyuan originated...
Honey Ham
Honey Ham was authorized to be one of 36 Hangzhou Famous Dishes by Zhejiang Province in 1956. It’s a sweet dish that uses the best part of Jinhua Ham — a local food, also the best ham in China,...
Sister Song’s Fish Broth
As a world-famous traditional Hangzhou cuisine, Sister Song’s Fish Broth (called SongsaoYugeng in Chinese), dates back to the Southern Song Dynasty (1127–1279). It tastes as good as crab meat, and...
Beggar's Chicken
Beggar's Chicken, also known as Hangzhou Weiji (Weiji means roast chicken in Chinese), is one of Hangzhou's 36 Famous Dishes to have been acknowledged by Zhejiang Province in 1956.The origin...
Drunken Shrimp
Drunken Shrimp is a traditional dish in Jiangsu and Zhejiang regions. As its name suggests, the dish involves putting live shrimps in wine, which will get drunk after a while. People can not only...
Furong Pork
Furong Pork is a famous traditional dish in Zhejiang Region and it belongs to Zhejiang Cuisine. The dish features brilliant and beautiful colors, smells great and tastes delicious. It requires a lot...