Some people love Chinese food based on their Americanized perception of the cuisine. Favorites might include Chop suey, General Tso’s chicken, and Mongolian beef. Yet, those who crave authentic Chinese fare understand that the real dishes coming from mainland China often are both simpler in...

One of the popular dishes available at any Chinese restaurant is Kung Pao Chicken. While generally associated with Westerners and the “westernized” Chinese cuisine, story of its origin can still be traced back to China. The story begins in the Guizhou province in southern China. As...

 Chinese food is often rich, soft, and spicy, but it’s also incredibly diverse. The beverage accompanying it can make or break the meal. To enjoy the full flavor of the food and fully appreciate the experience, selecting the right wine or beer is essential. Below...

Han Lijun If there’s one thing you can expect from Chinese food—specifically Szechuan dishes—in San Francisco, they’re most likely going to be spicy—and restaurants like Chili House SF pride themselves in preparing and serving hot meals fresh off the wok and into your plate. So if...