2012-05-31 11:38 ChineseTime

Beijing Food Streets

dōng huá mén měi shí fāng yè shì
东   华  门  美  食  坊   夜 市 

Donghuamen Night Snack Street
Located at the northern entrance to Wangfujing Street, Donghuamen Night Snack Street is also a must see spot for its plentiful snacks in Beijing. It has one long row of stalls. When it is dark, the rhythmical huckstering is a big temptation to your stomach.

Beijing Food Streets

fāng zhuāng měi shí jiē
方   庄     美  食  街 

Fangzhuang Food Street
With a nearly 100-year history, Donglaishun is a long-standing Muslim's restaurant famous for its Shuan Yang Rou (instant-boiled mutton). The special flavor of the restaurants on this street is spicy. It is a good choice to enjoy the Chinese food. In addition to the resturants offering Chinese food, there are also restaurants offering the Japanese, Germen and Italian food. It is located in Fangzhuang Community, southwest of Second Ring Road.

Beijing food streets

guǐ jiē
鬼  街 

Gui Street (Ghost Street)
Guijie or Ghost Street is a 1442-meter long gourmet street, located within Dongzhimennei Dongcheng District, running from the east of Dongzhimen Bridge. The street is lined with over 100 restaurants and most of them offer 24-hour service. The business here is particularly booming at night, when the street sparkles with red lanterns lightening. Locals, expats, tourists and businessmen flock here each night. The restaurants here serve a great diversity of dishes, including Sichuan, Canton, handong dishes, as well as snacks, barbecue, and ethnic minority dishes.

Beijing food streets

lóng fú sì xiǎo chī jiē
隆   福 寺 小   吃  街 

Longfusi Snack Street
Longfusi is known for authentic Beijing food. You can enjoy the traditional soybean milk, Jiaoquan, Luzhu and so on. As the evening falls, the street becomes very busy. and the air is pervaded by the delicious aroma. It is located north of Prime Hotel on the north tip of Wangfujing Street.

Niujie Snack Street
As Niujie is where the Hui People, the Moslem believers live, you can find the authentic snack with the authentic exotic flavor. The famous Turpan Restaurant is located here, offering visitor the genuine Uygur food.

Qianmen Snack Street
Qianmen is well known for its century's history, however, it is also a crazy place for snack. The traditional Beijing-style snacks including Baodu (quick-boiled tripe), Luzhu huishao (a type of pork soup with bread bits), as well as other traditional favorites gather here. Everyday many people queue up for their favorite taste. There are also a lot of well-known century-old restaurants such as Quanjude Roast Duck, Duyichu Shaomai and Yitiaolong Restaurant.

Shichahai Snack Street
A Beijing-style snack craze is keeping down in the Qianmen Snack Street including Baodu Feng, Chaogeda, Youzhagao...The famous Jiumen (Nine Gate) Snack Street is located in a hutong at Shachahai. Here the brand-name Beijing Snacks are provided in a traditional courtyard setting by 12 vendors. These Beijing-style Snacks have been for a history of 100 or 200 years.

Wangfujing Snack Street
Beijing is known for its great variety of snack, and Wangfujing Snack Street, downtown in Beijing, is the bustling for its snack. Everyday it attracts many customers, especially in the evening. The street is crowded with all kind of local cuisine throughout China, including skewers with many types of meat, fried pancakes with peking duck, noodles, seafood and desserts. Chinese snack is a must for visitor to Beijing, and the Wangfujing Snack Street is the best place to go.



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