Fu Ho Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

No.27-33 Cangbian Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510030, China
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Rated 22% higher but also costs 38% more than other 2 star hotels

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Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by Chyan

Dear China VT,

i am planning my trips to Nanning, Chengdu, Beijing and Guangzhou on whirlwind flights from Singapore in May. May i know in these cities where can i find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled? My Chinese physician advises me not to eat fried and salty food to prevent my nose problem from worsening.

Please advise.

Chyan

Re: Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by tonydestroni

Anybody who can suggest a fine restaurant there??? Thanks..

Re: Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by ellyse

It sounds like you're looking for Cantonese fare, a lot of which is steamed and not too salty. You should be able to find plenty of these in Guangzhou, and the yum cha places will also be good for you if you stay away from the fried/grilled stuff -- har gow, siew mai and char siew pao should be fine, right?
If you want more specific recommendations, it would be wise to state where you'd be staying in each city, and approximate budget range per head, and whether you're eating alone.

Re: Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by chinamonty

I always found concierges to be helpful even if you weren't staying at their hotel. The salty part may be a challenge though as Chinese chefs add the salt during cooking and you don't get any on the table to add. Maybe your Chinese physician could give you a list of the food you should be eating (in Chinese) then you can just show it to the waiters. I hope you are able to eat chilli though as this seems to be a major influence in all Chinese cooking these days. It certainly is in Chengdu but the food is usually more subtle than really hot.
There should be plenty of noodle dishes and clay hotpots that would be OK. There is also a common snack in Guangzhou called Chang Fan (I think)it is steamed rather than fried and is delightful- you will see them being made at street stalls where they pour a rice flour mix on to a tray and put it in steamering oven then they add steamed prawns -it comes out looking like a steamed cannelloni. Steer clear of Chao Fan as that is fried rice.

Re: Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by ellyse

The 1st one that chinamonty mentioned should be chang fen (or cheong fun in Cantonese) instead of chang fan.

Re: Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by Chyan

i try to stay near to the airports. Going there alone for window-shopping trips. What are the budgets for eating the recommended food in these cities?

Re: Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by ellyse

The airports are far from downtown areas of these cities, like most other airports in China. The choice of restaurants nearby is likely to be very limited.
I think you emailed me before? If you email me again I'll try to find time before you fly to look up some Cantonese restaurants near these airports.

Re: Where to find food that is not salty and not fried nor grilled in Guangzhou,...?

by Chyan

i have toothache and need two tooth extractions. So won't be flying for now.

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Shenzhen
Shenzhen is located in the mid-southern coastline of China Guangdong province. It is close by Tai Ya Bay in the east, near the mouth of Zhujiang river in the west and connecting with Hong Kong on it's the south. It is consisted of the Special Economic Zone.

Air tickets (low budget)

by l_joo

Air ticket, cost me RMB170+ one way from Guangzhou to Singapore (Tiger Airways)

or you can take AirAsia (airasia.com) at Macau, and you visit Kuala Lumpur, cost you RMB170 one way (about US$30.00) only.

Temple of the Six Banyan Trees

by Willettsworld

The temple site, situated in Liurong Lu in the old part of the city, was built in AD 537 on the orders of the provincial governor of the time, Xiao Yu, in order to house one of Buddha's bones. The temple was originally called the Baozhuangyan Temple, but during the Northern Song Dynasty, a writer called Su Shi wrote the inscription Liu Rong (Six Banyan Trees) because of the six banyan trees he saw there and it has since been called the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees.

The temple was burned down and rebuilt in the Northern Song Dynasty. Flower Pagoda, the main structure of the temple, was rebuilt in 1097, and was named for its colourful exterior. To the west of the pagoda is Daxiong Baodian Hall - the main hall of the temple. The three biggest copper Buddhist statues placed there are among the biggest and most ancient Buddhist statues in Guangdong. The middle one is Sakyamuni, to the left, the Amitabha and to the right, the Apothecary Buddha. They stand for present, past and future.

Open: 8am-5pm. Admission: RMB5 plus RMB10 to climb the pagoda.

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