"Beijing Street Foods" Eating and Drinking Tip by machomikemd
Eating and Drinking, Beijing: 52 reviews and 80 photos
well I love street foods and since were near Wang Fu Jing then one must taste the various Beijing Street foods and here is a number of them (sorry I dont eat scorpions or the centipedes or the silk worms so no pictures of them here hehehehe.
As I found out at my walking to the Donghuamen Night Food Street , Most Beijingers frequently grab something from a street stall, whether it be the ubiquitous breakfasts youtiao (a deep-fried stick of dough) and zhou (rice congee or porridge) washed down with a cup of douzhi (bean curd milk) or another type of snack such as kao yang rou chuan (a roasted lamb kebab).Other common foods found on street stalls include mala tang (spicy noodle soups), hongshu (baked sweet potatoes) and rou jiamo (braised pork in a baked bun)
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