Chinese Menu Descriptions?

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Chinese menu descriptions are a description for each meal or food item listed on the menu. The description will include what the food or meal is, it will include what all is cooked and briefly explain how it's cooked. For example, if the menu item is Lo Mein, the menu description would indicate that the Lo Mein is a stir-fry of egg noodles which is mixed with ingredients such as vegetables. If meat was included in the Lo Mein it would indicate that as well.
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