Talking of soup though, Polish chicken soup, sorry no offence but it really is the most bland and pointless thing I've ever tasted.
Hehe, not offended; I once made some for Polish food for English friends and they said "why do you lot like eating stock?" LMAO. They had a point! :)
Anyway, don't mean to complain about Polish food - I'm OK with it usually but I still maintain that it is pretty bland. Many non-Polish PFers seems to agree - can we all be so wrong?
Likewise, I agree - but bland isn't always
bad. Sometimes I want something a little plainer. I cook a variety of food, with ingredients from Polish, Italian, Caribbean, Chinese, English and Indian cuisines. But sometimes just a few plain unspiced papads, or a few cheese and potato pierogi, are all that's needed ;)
Well, not China if that's what you're saying.
Not aimed at me I know, but tbh the food in Hong Kong is similar-tasting to what we would find in "Cantonese" restaurants here - don't expect Szechuan spiciness unless you look for it - the difference is, you wouldn't be able to ask for "chicken and intestine combination rice" over here, like I once had in a backstreet restaurant in Wan Chai LOL.