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  1. You can pick different toppings of your choice, even sugar.
  2. Seaweed because in Italy we grab seaweed from the seashore and wring it out but here when I try it out in a Chinese or a Japanese restaurant
  3. My friends cheated me to try dog meat. But to be honest, it tastes just like normal meat!
  4. It's a pretty everyday fried rice dish with some vegetables. It feels more similar to a street food.
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    Stinky tofu (臭豆腐)

    Notorious Chinese street food with a kick

    It's alright, not my favorite, but not too bad.
  6. The meat tastes similar to chicken, but slightly drier in texture.
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    Century Egg (皮蛋)

    Fermented egg said to hold medicinal value

    When you eat them means you are in China
  8. Duck's blood. If you’re looking for spicy, reasonably-priced Sichuanese classics, Tian La Green might just be the solution. Boboji (chicken in chili oil), spicy pot bullfrog, and two-colour fish head are all on the menu, along with hearty vegetable offerings including ‘big pot’ cauliflower and pickled pepper okra. And - as the name suggests - everything is served up in stylish surrounds.
  9. Bullfrog. Your time in Shanghai is not complete without a meal at this institution - classic, clean, welll-prepared Hunanese dishes will delight your taste buds. It's spicy enough to please those looking for authentic Hunan cuisine but it won't shock those less accustomed to spicy flavors. A must-try!
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    Beef Tripe

    A sichuan restaurant where you can try things like rabbit, bullfrogs

    Rabbit, bullfrog and - of course - mala peppers feature on the menu at this Hubindao-set Sichuan restaurant. Classic spicy dishes such as duck’s blood, beef tongue, and preserved egg are available along with clearwater crab, bullfrog with ginger and pepper, spicy boiled catfish, Zigong-style baby cabbage and stir-fried rice balls.