Huizhou cuisine, one refers to Huizhou cuisine, the other refers to Anhui cuisine, is one of the eight traditional Chinese cuisines. It is a unique and self-contained famous cuisine . Anhui cuisine originated in the Qin and Han dynasties, flourished in the Tang and Song dynasties, flourished in the Ming and Qing dynasties. It reached its peak in the middle and late Qing dynasties. Anhui cuisine is a local characteristic of the six counties in Huizhou. With the rise of Huizhou merchants, this local flavor gradually entered the market, spreading in Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Fujian, Shanghai, Hubei, and even the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. It has a wide range of influence. It once ranked first among the eight major cuisines in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Representative dishes: Huizhou hairy tofu, braised stinky mandarin fish, ham stewed turtle, pickled fresh mandarin fish, Huangshan stewed pigeon, etc.
Before I came to Huangshan again, I accidentally saw this restaurant in Dianping, and I came here. The dishes are good and delicious. I ordered Huizhou smelly mandarin fish, hairy tofu, Shifu scrambled eggs, Huangshan Ganoderma lucidum, dried winter bamboo shoots and roasted pork. Mushroom tofu in a clay pot is so delicious, especially the scrambled eggs with white ears and edamame, worth trying. The new sister is very enthusiastic, you can directly ask the new sister if you need it.
The environment is good, the service is attentive and enthusiastic, Anhui cuisine is authentic and delicious, and the price is moderate. The two of us ate four dishes and they were delicious. It was really not a waste of time, looking forward to it, and returning with satisfaction.
The environment is good, the food tastes good, it is worth a try
The food here not only looks appetizing, but also delicious! ! !
Super delicious place, I especially like the local dishes, authentic Anhui dishes, I highly recommend
The food here is very local and worth a try!