Zhejiang cuisine, also called "Yong cuisine", is comprised of three cities' respective flavors, of which Ningbo is one. Ningbo cuisine differentiates itself from the rest of Zhejiang cuisine through its unique seafood, incorporating such unlikely ingredients as lichen, turtle, and river eel. As far as preparation goes, Ningbo cuisine is known to be a little on the salty side and for retaining the original freshness and tenderness of the ingredients throughout the cooking process.
Traditional Ningbo restaurants, therefore, tend to focus on serving seafood dishes. The Ningbo Shipu Grand Restaurant and the Xingyang Fishery Restaurant are two of the more august of these. Thanks to the warm weather and the social climate, street-side food stalls are frequently open late, their wares usually safe to eat.
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