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A dish of flowers and eggs in Yunnan, China. (Photo: Alex) http://www.travelphotoreport.com/2012/02/18/chinese-food-what-eat-china/

A dish of flowers and eggs in Yunnan, China. (Photo: Alex) http://www.travelphotoreport.com/2012/02/18/chinese-food-what-eat-china/

Ma La Tang. Basically Ma La means the numbing heat you get from Sichuan cuisine. They love it in Yunnan too and this soup is just awesome. Each little basket contains one portion.

Ma La Tang. Basically Ma La means the numbing heat you get from Sichuan cuisine. They love it in Yunnan too and this soup is just awesome. Each little basket contains one portion.

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.

Dàlǐ Courtyard in Běijīng, China

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.

Street snack: quick-pickled pineapple, cucumber, daikon, celery, lotus root, strawberries, and mugua (Chinese flowering quince)

Street snack: quick-pickled pineapple, cucumber, daikon, celery, lotus root, strawberries, and mugua (Chinese flowering quince)

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