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  • Taste the famous Suzhou-style noodles, or simply Su-noodles at Yan Yang Lou. According to legend, the popularity of Su-style noodles dates back to the Qing dynasty when Emperor Quianlong first tried them during a visit to Jiangsu province. Similar to ramen, Suzhou-style noodles put special emphasis on the broth and use thin, long noodles.

  • Try the unique culinary staple, the squirrel mandarin fish. A Suzhou classic, the dish is made with locally-caught mandarin fish which is then deboned, deep-fried, and expertly sliced so the fish resembles a squirrel. The fish is than smothered in a sweet and tangy orange sauce. It is both a visual winner and a traveler’s favorite for its sweet-and-sour flavors.

  • Indulge in zongzi while exploring Suzhou. Zongzi, or rice dumplings, are typically made with glutinous rice and pork (and occasionally other savory or sweet fillings). The ingredients are hand-packed and rolled in bamboo leaf, tied up with string, and then steamed or boiled. The result is a delectable and transportable little snack package.

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