The dishes at the famous Chinese restaurant in Amsterdam are mainly southern cuisine, and attract many tour groups for group meals. The dishes are all good and the taste is quite authentic, and the quantity is quite large.
A small fishing village was built here in the late 12th century, and then due to the development of trade, Amsterdam became an important port in the world during the Dutch Golden Age. It is the center of finance and diamonds. The city expanded in the 19th and 20th centuries, and many new neighborhoods and suburban residential areas were formed. It is now the fourth largest airport in Europe (the top three are London, Paris and Frankfurt).
A very famous Chinese restaurant in Amsterdam. It is in a ship-like building. The environment is very good. It looks tall at first glance. The Cantonese dim sum is good and the fried rice is also delicious.
There are many Chinese restaurants in Amsterdam, and their business is good. Although this one feels old and expensive, it is still very busy. Take a cruise from the Royal Palace and enjoy the city scenery of Amsterdam all the way. After the boat docks, you can see this imitation Chinese-style building, red eaves and green tiles. It is also quite Chinese inside. There are a lot of Cantonese dim sum for lunch, all kinds of crystal steamed dumplings, and even chicken feet. There are Sichuan dishes, Huaiyang dishes, etc. The taste is not authentic, but it is delicious.
There are many Chinese restaurants in the city of Eminem. This one has obvious characteristics, that is, the scenery is extremely unique. This is a restaurant floating on the water, and you can't expect it when you think about it. There are plenty of varieties of vegetable water here. Wall Crack recommends this salted fish kale and Yangzhou fried rice. The smell still remains between the lips.