The cooking of Chinese expats in Southeast Asia is featured in area Chiu Chow restaurants, the best of which is that ancient Chinatown fixture New Chao Chow Restaurant. Experience the cuisine's delicacy and piquant flavors in the deconstructed version of pho known as "broth noodles," and in the marvelous duck braised in thick soy sauce, which renders it a weird orange color.
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Among the regional cuisines of China, Chiu Chow is the hardest to explain. Originating around the Guangdong port of Shantou, 150 miles northeast of Hong Kong, Chiu Chow is both a dialect of Chinese and a cultural group,many of whose...