A coastal province in the southeastern part of the country, Fujian has been a popular tourist destination. Here are some famous restaurants in the province for visitors.
Mashed Taros is a traditional dessert in Min cuisine or Fujian cuisine. The taros are steamed then mashed with white sugar, eggs and lard.
Yan Pi, literally "swallow skin", is a thin wrapper made with large proportions of lean minced pork. This wrapper has a unique texture due to the incorporation of meat.
The spring roll of Fujian style is made from spiced meat, water chestnut and scallions wrapped in fried soybean.
Sipunculid worm jelly is a delicacy popular in Southeast Fujian. it is a kind of seafood which is said to be invented by Zheng Chenggong, a patriotic hero of China.
Litchi Pork refers to a kind of traditional Fujian cuisine made of water chestnut and pork in the shape of litchi.
The oyster omelet is widely known for its savory taste. The dish consists of an omelette with a filling commonly made of small oysters, eggs and scallions.
The peanut soup is a traditional dessert originating from Quanzhou, Southeast Fujian province. It is composed of peanuts and eggs and seasoned with sugar.
Kompyang is a bread product originating from Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province and is made with lard, onions, salt and flour.