Home » 2020

Yearly Archives: 2020

Must-Visit Chinese Food Places in NYC’s Boroughs of Manhattan and Queens

Chinatown, NYC

Manhattan and Queens' neighborhoods offer all the wonderful opportunities for you to savor the many delicate nuances of Chinese cuisine. Since The Chinese Quest hasn't reviewed any Chinese restaurants yet in Manhattan, as a public service, we are sharing this guest article.  Please note that some of the Chinese restaurants on this list are no longer in business.  If you want to eat at one of these restaurants, please call ahead to make sure they are still in business and open in these COVID-19 times.  What are your favorite Chinese restaurants in Manhattan?

Read More »

[REVIEW] Zouji Dumpling House, Glen Cove

Zouji-Dumpling-House-Glen-Cove

Zouji Dumpling House is a relatively new Chinese Restaurant in Glen Cove, NY. If you like it spicy and a little salty it is worth trying. I must say, that if you like it spicy, authentic, and hosts that will make you feel right at home, go check out Zouji Dumpling House this weekend and let us know what you think.

Read More »

Three Years Ago We Had Something to Laugh About

no-laughing-matter-covid-19

This post may be more appropriate now, and much needed now, then when it was published exactly three years ago today, as we continue our battle against COVID-19.  COVID-19 is no laughing matter, but for all the people in the world being held "prisoners" in their own homes, and not even being able to order Chinese food delivery?  Now THAT truly is no laughing matter.  So, if a joke in here tickles your funny bone and for a brief moment distracts your mind, it's the least we can do. Stay Strong! Stay Healthy!!

Read More »

The Last Supper – COVID-19 Edition

Mr-Bun-Chinese-Restaurant-Brooklyn-NY

This review of Mr. Bun Chinese Restaurant in Brooklyn could have stood up on its own. But, because of its timing, and what was going on in the world, the article became, "The Last Supper - COVID-19 Edition". Where are you getting your Chinese food now?

Read More »

6 Chinese Regions for Wine Lovers

Chinese-Wine-Regions

Chinese wines were once considered exotic and aroused curiosity among specialists, today they are gaining more and more relevance. New wineries are emerging due to bamboo cultivation and some are determined to make premium wines in terms of price and quality. Here are 6 Chinese regions essential to any wine lover

Read More »

5 Debunked Myths On Chinese Cuisine

The Chinese culture has already taken the world by storm with its yummy foods and cuisines. Because of that, people tend to believe things about Chinese food that actually turn out to be misconceptions, whether they’re plain silly or simply incorrect. But can you really trust these myths?

Read More »

10 Surprising Chinese Foods and Ingredients

lly-flower

There are many differences between Western culture and Chinese culture, and once you venture into their land, you will definitely see that food is one of them. Chinese food culture revolves around wasting as little food as possible and using every material available. Because of that, we are bound to find some surprising ingredients in their food. Let us know if you have used any of these ingredients, and if you plan on trying some now!

Read More »

Happy New Year! The Year of the Rat

year-of-the-rat-2020-chinese new-year

Happy Chinese New Year! ~ 恭喜發財 ~ Gung Hay Fat Choy!! In the Chinese Zodiac, 2020 is the Year of the Rat. Learn why Rats are clever and quick thinkers, successful but content with living quiet and peaceful lives.

Read More »

The Top 7 Mistakes People Make When Eating at Chinese Restaurants

chinese-restaurant

Even if you’ve been eating Chinese food for years, or you’re just discovering how amazing it is, everyone could use some lessons in Chinese food etiquette and how to avoid the top mistakes that people make when eating this food. What better way to honor and respect the Chinese culture than to make sure you’re appreciating the food traditions and culture. Read on for the top 7 mistakes and suggestions so you can make sure you’re treating this food right.

Read More »