After introducing the pleasures of the Indian and Tibetan flavours to Montreal’s audience, after making them discover the refined, sophisticated and delicate aspects and flavours of the Japanese food, Festival Accès Asie invites you, this year, to make an intrusion in the Chinese culinary delights.
A ten course Chinese meal is usually a festive celebration for special occasions and this special occasion and dinner will whet your tastebuds and fill your tummy for days to come. We are inviting you to come and discover the Montreal’s Chinatown as you have never probably have seen it before, with a bilingual guided tour (in French & in English) of specific foods and ingredients for your home use and for your enjoyment. You will be able to appreciate all the peculiarities of this cooking that is more than one thousand years old before enjoying the flavours of the Chinese food while sharing dinner all together in one of the restaurants of Chinatown, at Tong Sing.
The Chinese neighborhood or Chinatown is an area where you can find all kinds of Chinese and Asian products. Often people ask what is this, is this a vegetable, how do I cook it, where can I buy it, what is it called, how can I ask for it at Chinatown. Here is your chance to find out about all kinds of culinary delights. From simple ingredients, spices, dried products, sweets, barbecued pork, mock duck or chicken, Asian sweets, seeds, crackers, nuts, the numerous types and form of soya based products… the list is endless.
Come to explore China walking in its neighborhood, its streets and grocery stores before getting the flavours of a rich gastronomy full of traditions where the colours, the scents and flavours, essential components of the Chinese food, will stimulate and awaken the visual and tasty pleasures of all the food lovers!