Zhejiang cuisine consists of at least three styles, each originating from a major city in the province:
Hangzhou style: Characterised by rich variations and the use of bamboo shoots. It is served in restaurants such as the Dragon Well Manor.
Shaoxing style: Specialising in poultry and freshwater fish.
Ningbo style: Specialising in seafood, with emphasis on freshness and salty dishes.
Some sources also include the Wenzhou style as a separate subdivision due to its proximity to Fujian Province. Wenzhou style is characterised as the greatest source of seafood as well as poultry and livestock.
^Benjamin, Marcus; Bostwick, Arthur Elmore; Van Casteel, Gerald; Hagar, George Jotham, eds. (1910). A New Work of Reference Based Upon the Best Authorities, and Systematically Arranged for Use in Home and School. Appleton's New Practical Cyclopedia. Volume 4. New York: D. Appleton and Company. p. 432.
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