Beer Fish is a signature dish of Guilin's Yangshuo county.
Guangxi’s coastal cities Fangchanggang and Beihai have an abundance of high quality seafood, and the most renowned one is sandworm sashimi, which will make your mouth water.
Deep-fried spring rolls have been regarded as a seasonal ritual for countless generations. After a long, cold winter, the solar term of lichun, or the start of spring, is celebrated with a meal of spring rolls.
Viewed as a signature of Wuzhou’s food culture, Wuzhou Fried Paper-wrapped Chicken was honored as one of China’s top dishes, and included in Guangxi's intangible cultural heritage list in 2016.
During Spring Festival, many people eat New Year cake, which symbolizes the idea that life is improving year by year.
People in Guangxi enjoy eating rice dumplings, which are also called zongzi, during Spring Festival, either buying them or preparing them at home.
Stewed pork with taro is a traditional dish in South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, and favored by people of all ages.
Lemon duck is a specialty of Nanning's Wuming district that can be traced back to the early 1980s.
Rice noodles with snails