Chinese: The best chefs are resourceful. And so when an influx of Chinese expats emigrated to Peru and many of the ingredients so readily available in their homeland became scarce, they adapted. The resulting cuisine became what is today called "chifa," a fusion of Peruvian and Chinese cooking that is among the nation's most popular. China Hut bills itself as Orlando's first Peruvian Chinese restaurant and both those familiar with staple dishes such as Cam-Lou-Wantan and Lomo Saltado (a decadent dish of soy-marinated steak stir-fried with onions and tomatoes and tossed with french fries) and those eager to try something new keep coming back. At China Hut you'll find familiar dishes from both sides of the chifa family – ceviche mixto and egg fu young – but most admit the hybrids are what this place is all about.
- Insider Tips
- Chow Mein
- Chop Suey
- Vegetarian Dishes
- Cantonese Chow Mein
- Lo Mein
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