In June, the tourist routes of Anhui's delicious dishes will be introduced to travelers, after the documentary A Bite of China, won high praises from viewers.
"Southern Anhui region is ideal to experiment with the local dishes," said Xia Wenjun, domestic department manager of Anhui Global Travel Service. South Anhui is famous for various unique dishes, such as Mao Tofu, fermented mandarin fish, dried bean curd, Huangshan sesame cake, and Wang Yitiao Wontons.
A true "Bite of China" is not simply bound to eating the delicious food, said Xia. It is better to choose one or two dishes and show tourists how they are processed.
"We plan to experiments first during the traveling routes of South Anhui. We will also introduce the dishes mentioned in A Bite of China," said Xia.
If each meal is processed with dishes from the documentary, the group travel expenses will double for short travel lines and rise by 30 percent for long travel lines.
If only one or two special dishes are added, the travel expenses will not change much.
If local delicacies, such as Lanzhou pulled noodles, pita bread soaked in mutton soup and Wang Yitiao Wontons, are introduced into group meals, the travel expenses will not rise.