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Generally, staple food in China includes rice, wheat, buckwheat, corn, potato, sweet potato and beans. Besides, wheaten food such as Mantou (steamed bun), noodle, Youtiao (deep-fried dough stick), Xiaolongbao (steamed pork-stuffed dumpling in bamboo basket), and many other local snacks, are commonly seen on the table in China.
The guides and the drivers will not have meals with you at the same table, but at the same restaurant.
Generally, we only order lunch with local cuisines for our customers, and for dinner, you should arrange it by yourselves. If you would like to order your own dishes during the trip, please tell us and we will cancel the arrangement for you as per your requests.
Yes, we can arrange vegetarian food for you if you would like, but please let us know beforehand so that we have enough time to arrange it.
Breakfasts are included in each destination as long as we book hotels for you.
Usually, a western breakfast consists of western style buffet with juice, milk, eggs, sausage, bacon and bread, while a Chinese one will include a number of hot dishes such as noodles, porridge, vegetables, cereals, and Chinese dim sum plates.
We will carefully arrange meals for you as per your special diet and will check them with you beforehand to ensure that all of the food during the tour is ok for you.
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