Joshua Chaim

Something I've learned is that clean restaurants in China lack a certain pizzazz. They are truly missing the art of the cuisine. What five thousand years of great tradition has relied on, but now, in the twenty-first century, China has learned the meaning of hygiene, soap and cleanliness, which has devastated the character of their food. So when you can, find the dirtiest, hole-in-the-ground noodle house and enjoy what dirt, sweat, and mud that makes genuine Chinese food great.