Chinese-American orange flavor beef is one of the classics. Steak in a sweet, savory, spicy and sticky sauce is incredibly satisfying.
Forbidden rice is an ancient strain that originated 10,000 years ago in a remote China province. Emperors kept it for their own use and the black grains that turn deep royal purple when cooked were forbidden for consumption by their subjects.
Hakkasan, located in the legendary Fontainebleau Hotel Miami Beach, takes its name from the Hakka people of Guangdong province in China. It serves a refined version of Cantonese, one of the eight regional cuisines.