The Best Food To Try in China: Teachers Share Their Favorite Dishes

Rachel Weiss
Rachel Weiss

I'm an American who has been in China for three years! Read more about my adventures here: www.rachelmeetschina.com

 / Dec 16, 2019

There are so many delicious and amazing foods to try in China! We asked some of our teachers in China to share their favorite dishes or restaurants with us for a closer look at some of the best foods to try. Take a look at their Instagram Takeovers to get some ideas for great restaurants and cuisines you can find in China!


1. The Best Food in Nanjing: Paige Buns


What does lunch time in Nanjing, China look like? First Leap China teacher Paige Buns takes us to her favorite work time lunch spot and shows us what she likes to order! Watch her Instagram Story Takeover here.





2. The Best Food in Shenyang: Rudi and Zahne Nel


Rudi and Zahné Nel are two expats living in Shenyang, China. They show us all the kinds of food you can find in China - everything from Chinese restaurants and supermarkets, to coffee shops and Western restaurants! Watch their Instagram Takeover here.






2. The Best Street Food in Shanghai: Jill Sabol


Jill is an ESL teacher living in Shanghai. On her day off she grabbed some friends and went to a local food street area called Tianzifang to try some famous Chinese snacks! Check out her Instagram Takeover here.



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Rachel Weiss

I'm an American who has been in China for three years! Read more about my adventures here: www.rachelmeetschina.com