Cantonese food in Antigua Guatemala

Rudy Giron: Antigua Guatemala &emdash; Cantonese food in Antigua Guatemala

Finally we have some very good Cantonese food options in Antigua Guatemalan thanks to Juancho Ming. The menu is quite small, six or seven offerings, but they all are very good. My favourites so far are the Tong ming, a mein soup and chau fun, a fat rice noodle stir fried, and, of course, the dumplings.

Above you can see the tong ming soup, an egg noodle soup with bok choy, soy sprouts, green onions and whatever kind of meat you want or mushrooms. This soup is simply delicious and comforting. ¡Buen provecho!

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  • Primum Non Nocere

    That soup looks yummy. I looked up “buen provecho” online and found a forum in which a number of people debated whether it’s polite to say. For some reason, some folks found it “inelegant.” What do you think, Rudy? And by the way, I am still waiting for that post card.

    • Actually, it is rude and impolite NOT to say “buen provecho” as you get up from the table or leave the eating place. This is as far as Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador goes since these are the only Latin American countries I have visited. I can not say either way for the rest, but I am incline to believe it is the same as that’s what I see in the movies.