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The Chinese Eating Out Guide

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The Chinese Eating Out Guide

Below you will see our extensive ‘eating out’ guide. This is simply a rough guide as to which meal choices are to be avoided, savoured, or indulged in. We have concentrated on starters, mains and side dishes. This is because if you are choosing to have 2 courses, you should choose starter and main, rather than dessert. Sides can also be helpful in bulking out a main course with extra veggies and salad.

Chinese meals can be very high in sugar as many dishes are served in a syrupy sauce. Avoid these sauces as they will hinder any weight loss, and cause havoc with your energy levels.




STARTER– Spring rolls

– Prawn toast

– Crispy seaweed

– Aromatic crispy duck (be wary of the pancakes & plum sauce)

– Chicken noodle soup

– Prawns with chilli

– Squid with chilli

– Mixed vegetable soup

MAIN COURSE– Avoid syrupy sauces such as:

  • Sweet & sour
  • Black bean
  • Satay
  • Szechuan  

– Beef curry

– Chicken wings

– Pork yuk sung


– Chicken or vegetarian yuk sung

– Vegetable/shrimp/tofu curry

– Giant king prawns with ginger & spring onion

SIDE– Fried rice

– Chips

– Prawn crackers

– Boiled rice

– Beansprouts

– Mushrooms

– Mixed vegetables

– Bamboo shoots

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