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Chinese Cuisine at Liu Fu Restaurant (六福)

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Liu Fu is a Chinese restaurant located in John’s Creek, Georgia.  The meaning of Liu Fu is actually “6 Blessings”.  Why 6? Well, in the words of Wikipedia:

“The number 6 also represents wealth in Cantonese, this number is a homophone for (祿 Lok). 6 (六, Pinyin: liù) in Mandarin is pronounced the same as “liu” (溜, Pinyin: liù) and similar to “fluid” (流, Pinyin: liú) and is therefore considered good for business.”

So let’s get on with all the foods!

Kung Pao Chicken at Liu Fu

Kung Pao Chicken at Liu Fu

Pepper Steak

Pepper Steak at Liu Fu

Husband and Wife’s Beef and Tripe

Husband and Wife’s Beef and Tripe

Beef with Bitter Melon

Beef with Bitter Melon

Honey Glazed Walnut Shrimp

Honey Glazed Walnut Shrimp

Saltwater duck

Saltwater duck

Bamboo Shoots Shredded Pork

Bamboo Shoots Shredded Pork

Fish in White Sauce

Special Tofu with Veggies

Tofu Skin

Different things wrapped in Tofu Skin dish (I can’t remember the name!)

Chinese Roasted Bran

Chinese Roasted Bran

 

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14 thoughts on “Chinese Cuisine at Liu Fu Restaurant (六福)

    1. Tina T. Post author

      It’s not bad – I wouldn’t say it’s my favorite place ever though, if you are just going to be OTP and want to have some really yummy Chinese, there’s other places I would probably go first. Unless you’ve been to all of them already and just want to try something new!

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  1. 35andupcynicismonhold

    hello, Tina… oh, the Kung Fao chicken, the beef and tripe and the walnut shrimp are usually good in Chinese restaurants i’ve tried. the bamboo shoots with shredded pork and the tofu with veggies are usually delicious if they don’t overcook the veg and has just the right amount of sauce, i think… but dang, you’re having the time of your life with all that eating, lol. ^^

    there was a time i was always eating out and yes, in chinese restaus usually. i was having a grand time but had to buy new blouses each month, no kidding… ;) warm regards

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    1. Tina T. Post author

      Haha, sounds like you had your share of yummy chinese food too :) My family was visiting from out of town so we had a big group and ordered this much! I promise I didn’t eat it all myself haha :)

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      1. 35andupcynicismonhold

        o, yes, chinese foods are yummy… so, this was from a family dining out, huh? so, it was a case of nobody could touch the food yet until the blogger has had her fill of pics and in the right angles, too, lol. ;) i have a sister who does that often, we make her get the tab… we’d like to eat already but somebody’s busy with her camera. she should at least pay, hehe. ;)

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        1. Tina T. Post author

          Haha, you know! Yes, it was kinda like that. Luckily the food came up next to me, so I usually got to it first. I was like SORRY EVERYONE! :)

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