Delivery food in China is handled by deliver boys on bicycles like this one.
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When I want to stick with foods I am used to and comfortable with I will order beef noodles (niu rou mein) Kung pow chicken (gong bao ji ding) or sweet pork slices (guo bao rou). It has also become a habit for me to eat baozi (meat filled steam buns) for breakfast each morning. But when I am out and about I will often look for new foods to try.
Among the great things I have been introduced to in Chinese cuisine is the prevalence of delivery food. Almost every restaurant offers delivery. And those that don't can still do delivery if you use a 3rd party delivery service. Often at work my coworkers and I will order rice, noodles, meat dishes, and more all from the comfort of our office and have a hand made, home style Chinese meal delivered directly to our door. It's definitely a huge step up from the lunch breaks I was used to taking in the USA, where McDonalds or Taco Bell were the order of the day. I do miss Taco Bell though....
Check back soon because I will be uploading a post detailing some of the great street foods available here in China. Street food is my favorite way to eat here and I will be explaining a few of the reason's why and sharing a lot of photos of the various foods you can try.
If you have any questions about life in China, or there is something you would like to see a post about let me know in the comments and I will do what I can to answer your questions.