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Yunnan Kitchen Restaurant | NYC Yunnan Chinese Cuisine | Lower East Side

Yunnan Kitchen Restaurant | NYC Yunnan Chinese Cuisine | Lower East Side

Dinner at Red Bean Garden Fish Farmstead restaurant in Man'e, Xishuangbanna

Dinner at Red Bean Garden Fish Farmstead restaurant in Man'e, Xishuangbanna

In most parts of #Yunnan Province except the tropical zone in the south, the climate and a wide area of steppes has encouraged the growth of animal husbandry. Therefore, #cheese is another popular food though many Chinese think it a little “smelly”. Ru Shan (milk fan) of #Dali, Lunan feta of #Kunming, and Yak-butter of #ShangriLa etc, are all what you deserve to try!

In most parts of #Yunnan Province except the tropical zone in the south, the climate and a wide area of steppes has encouraged the growth of animal husbandry. Therefore, #cheese is another popular food though many Chinese think it a little “smelly”. Ru Shan (milk fan) of #Dali, Lunan feta of #Kunming, and Yak-butter of #ShangriLa etc, are all what you deserve to try!

Yunnan food, trendily green and healthy, beyond your imagination!!!

Yunnan food, trendily green and healthy, beyond your imagination!!!

Various Yunnan dishes at Dali Courtyard restaurant, Běijīng, China;The charming hútòng setting in a restored courtyard makes this one of Běijīng’s more pleasant places to eat, especially in summer (in winter they cover the courtyard with an unattractive temporary roof). It specialises in the subtle flavours of Yúnnán cuisine. There’s no menu. Instead, you pay ¥150 (drinks are extra), and enjoy whatever inspires the chef that day. He rarely disappoints.

Various Yunnan dishes at Dali Courtyard restaurant, Běijīng, China;The charming hútòng setting in a restored courtyard makes this one of Běijīng’s more pleasant places to eat, especially in summer (in winter they cover the courtyard with an unattractive temporary roof). It specialises in the subtle flavours of Yúnnán cuisine. There’s no menu. Instead, you pay ¥150 (drinks are extra), and enjoy whatever inspires the chef that day. He rarely disappoints.

Beef rolls with mint (薄荷牛肉卷, RMB58) is served chilled but doused in fiery dried chilies under a bed of fresh cucumber slivers. Shanghai Xintiandi Yunnan Restaurant Review.

Beef rolls with mint (薄荷牛肉卷, RMB58) is served chilled but doused in fiery dried chilies under a bed of fresh cucumber slivers. Shanghai Xintiandi Yunnan Restaurant Review.

The startlingly green loofah sprout salad (RMB38) with mujiangzi – a type of dogwood plant found in Yunnan – is lightly blanched and still thrillingly crisp. | In & Out Yunnan Restaurant in Shanghai  Xintiandi

The startlingly green loofah sprout salad (RMB38) with mujiangzi – a type of dogwood plant found in Yunnan – is lightly blanched and still thrillingly crisp. | In & Out Yunnan Restaurant in Shanghai Xintiandi

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