As the summer season approaches, some American restaurants are turning to the comfort food that has become so popular with tourists.
Some have gone so far as to go so far outside the country that they’ve moved into the world’s hottest cities.
And it seems like this summer will continue to be a great time to be dining in America.
Ahead of the Summer Olympics, there’s been a lot of discussion about the food and culture of the Olympics.
Many Americans are hoping that the Olympics are an opportunity to celebrate the traditions of their country and the food that makes America such a special place.
And the idea of dining at a Chinese restaurant is getting more popular every year, according to a recent survey by American Express.
In a survey conducted by the Associated Press, more than 2,000 people participated in an online survey about their dining experiences at a number of major American restaurants.
For the most part, the results were positive.
Some Americans were pleased to see Chinese restaurants take a stand against the United States and its food.
Some were upset by the idea that Americans were allowed to eat the food.
But there was a small group of Americans who felt that American restaurants were treating Chinese food unfairly.
One of the most outspoken was Jennifer Lee, who wrote on her blog, “I hate the way that the American restaurant industry treats Chinese.
I hate it when American restaurants make an effort to treat Chinese food with respect, while also serving American food.
This is how we do things.
We treat each other with dignity, we respect each other and we enjoy each other’s company.
The Chinese don’t get this.
We are the best friends that we know.
We love each other, but we don’t want you to treat us like you treat Americans.”
It’s a sentiment that has sparked debate online, with some complaining that American food is being “baked into the American culture.”
Jennifer Lee wrote:I love the American food industry.
I think that American consumers deserve better.
But when it comes to their food, I think they’ve fallen short.
They’ve become so attached to their favorite dishes and that they can’t see the American chef behind them.
I know that American chefs and cooks have made an effort, but it’s not always the case.
American cuisine is still largely rooted in the United Kingdom, which has long been the home of Chinese cuisine, according a recent report by The New York Times.
In fact, Chinese restaurants are among the top 10 restaurants in the U.S. with the most visits, according the AP.
Chinese restaurants are often the first to open their doors when they’re opening to the public, according an article by The Associated Press.
It’s not just the Chinese who are upset about the unfair treatment of Chinese food.
People who work at American restaurants also have a hard time seeing it that way.
Jennifer wrote:It feels like America is becoming more and more of a ‘weird country.’
The only people that I think we are allowed to look at are our own family members.
The American restaurant scene is just not about us.
I’ve been working in America for the last six years and it seems that people are trying to get away with treating us like they treat Americans.
The American restaurant community has reacted in the most positive way to the new trend of dining out.
A few days ago, the Associated Post reported that people were dining out for the first time in a year at Chinese restaurants in New York City.
People are flocking to Chinese restaurants for the best food.
The dishes are better, the prices are lower and the service is better than the American dining scene.
More: This article originally appeared on Food & Wine.