At Ching Hua, we strive to delight our guest with authentic Beijing and Sichuan cuisine. Dishes prepared in the Beijing and Sichuan style were the ... More
At Ching Hua, we strive to delight our guest with authentic Beijing and Sichuan cuisine. Dishes prepared in the Beijing and Sichuan style were the favorites of the royal families and the upper class in Imperial China, and so these approaches to the selection, preparation, and presentation of food represent the pinnacle of Chinese culinary tradition. In developing these rich and lasting styles of cooking, Beijing and Sichuan chefs have always relied upon--indeed expected and demanded--the freshest vegetables, fruits, seafood and meats. Along with their devotion to rice and rice products, these chefs have also perfected an extensive repertoire of dishes featuring noodles, dumplings, and simple breads
I don't now where these people ate but I had one of the worst meals of my life at Ching Hua - The Cherry Pork tasted like it was days old. The Noodles with Peanut sauce was so bad I took one bit and asked the waiter to take it away. Which he still charged me for. The only thing I can say good about it is the Su Mei was not bad.
I was delighted to find this restaurant. I had about given up on finding good Chinese food in Alameda. Everything was prepared wonderfully with fresh ingredients. Slightly more expensive but well worth it.
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Roy Yamaguchi, a Tokyo native first tasted Hawaiian fare as a kid when he traveled with his grandparents to Maui.
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