One of the things we truly enjoy as a family is dining in. Of all the cuisines, Chinese cooking is what we enjoy the most. Aside from its generous serving, Chinese food stands out because of its aroma, taste, and appearance. I once read that China has the most popular culinary heritage in the world. That perhaps explains its food’s interesting flavor, aroma, and texture.
Everything one sees in a Chinese menu is easily understood even by a child. A typical meal has either carbohydrates like rice, noodles or buns, and stir-fries, veggies or fish and meat. And I love that a Chinese meal has lots of fresh vegetables to offer. From tofu to mushroom, water chestnuts, and peas, a youngster could easily be trained to love and appreciate vegetables. I love the rich umami taste as well as the seasoning and sauces used to cook Chinese dishes. The seasoning is what truly makes the food taste extra flavorful and look vibrant.
This explains my eagerness to bring my boys at Yeah Yeah Chinese Cuisine in Hemady Square in Quezon City after I got an invite over a sumptuous lunch.