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. It's a delicate style, full of fresh ingredients and a taste which is a mix of smooth, tender and crisp all in one.

  • The Chinese Hickory Nut
    The Chinese hickory nut is considered to be a cherished gift given by nature. The small round nut is rich in protein, amino acids and 22 trace elements needed by the human body. The nutrition value...
  • Niangao
    Niangao is a food prepared from glutinous rice and consumed in Zhejiang cuisine. Sharing a similar pronunciation to “higher year” in Chinese, this kind of food is considered to be propitious and...
  • Jinhua Ham
    According to research, the production of Jinhua Ham started in the Tang Dynasty more than 1,200 years ago. In the Supplementary of Materia Medica, Chen Cangqi during the Kaiyuan Period (713-742)...