Bojichui is a local specialty and is placed on a bamboo container resembling a dustpan.
Oysters, known for their delicious taste, are nicknamed the "milk in the sea".
Stewed, steamed, deep-fried, frittered or boiled, Wanshan Prawns are precious.
Growing in the Dashatian tidal land at the junction the sea and river, Stewed Rice Worm, whose scientific name is Tylorrhynchus Heterochaetus, is famous as a Guangdong cuisine.
Roast Pork & Spare Ribs is traditional food in Doumen, so much so that it has been declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage item in Zhuhai.
Folk Refreshments are yet another Intangible Cultural Heritage item in Zhuhai, traditional in Tangjiawan.
Dog Claw is a hard-shelled goose barnacle, or Percebes, living in the rock cracks of Wanshan Island.
Revered as "Ocean Milk," Hengqin Oysters are resplendent in nutrition and health benefits.
A nutritious delicacy of the crustacean family, Double-Shelled Crab is characterized by delicious and tender meat.