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Most Cantonese dishes are stir-fried or steamed, although roasted meats such as barbecued chicken and pork are also popular. A Cantonese mid-morning favorite is dim sum, or small dishes such as dumplings and pastries. Filled with meat and vegetables, they are a perfect way to start the day, though many traditional dim sum places stop serving by mid-afternoon. When you go out to eat, go with as many people as you can find so that you can try as many different dishes as possible.
While Guangzhou is more of a Cantonese-food capital, you can find many other types of food in Shenzhen. Since the city has basically only 30 years of history, most of the people there are from elsewhere in China—so Hunan, Sichuan, and Fujian-style dishes can be found easily. Also, more specific styles of food such as Chaozhou, with its seafood porridges and fish-ball soups, and Hakka, with its more home-style healthy medicinal soups and excellent tofu dishes, are plentiful.
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