A trip to a fancy Chinese restaurant is not necessarily the best way to spend your time, but there are some dishes you should absolutely try, according to a recent study by the American Society of Food Technologists.

The survey, released Tuesday, was focused on Chinese restaurants in the U.S. and Canada, which together comprise nearly half of the roughly 40,000 U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)-recognized Chinese restaurants nationwide.

It also surveyed more than 1,000 people in the United Kingdom and found that about 90% of Chinese people prefer to eat at a Chinese buffet.

That’s a surprising finding considering how many people go to Chinese restaurants to eat in general, the report says.

In general, people are more likely to go for a Chinese meal at home, with the majority preferring to go out to dinner.

The report also found that Chinese restaurants are often the only places that offer a variety of dishes.

For instance, Chinese food is generally served with a variety in sauces and vegetables and includes meat and seafood dishes.

However, it’s usually served with lots of vegetables and often with less meat.

The American Society for Food Technological Research surveyed more then 1,700 U.K. and U.A.E. diners in November and December.

In the United States, about 77% of respondents said they would go to either a Chinese or Japanese restaurant for dinner, and about 57% said they’d prefer to go with a Chinese person.

The results were released by the food safety organization after a public survey that found that one in five Americans go to restaurants with a different ethnic or racial group, which is a far higher proportion than at any time in the past 20 years.

“Our findings indicate that the majority of Americans are more interested in dining with a specific group of people than with an ethnic group,” the report said.

It’s also interesting to note that the most popular dishes in the survey were also the dishes served at most Chinese restaurants.

People often opt for the vegetarian option and some are more lenient on the meat side, which suggests that some people still like Chinese food, but are less interested in the meat-heavy dishes.

The most popular options were chicken soup, pork and chicken with rice, which was by far the most requested dish, followed by chicken curry and fish and chips, which were also popular.

“Chinese food tends to be a bit more diverse than Western food,” said lead researcher Julia Cramer.

“It’s a mixture of Chinese and Western cuisines.

It seems like the more you cook the food, the more diverse it becomes.”

The report found that most people would prefer a Chinese dinner over a Japanese dinner, but it’s a bit tricky to tell because it depends on the restaurant.

If a restaurant is very casual, people might prefer to wait in line for an hour or two, while those that are more formal, such as a Chinese hotel, may have more wait times.

While most people don’t want to spend more than 30 minutes in line, they tend to want to go a little longer.

It depends on what you’re eating, the quality of the food and how busy the restaurant is, the researchers said.