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Street food near Zhongshan

The snack street is near Zhongshan road, which has more variety and is slightly longer than the... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2017
akmori
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Singapore, Singapore
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Go in the evening

This place is perfect if you feel a bit adventurous about food. It's a short street with tons of... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2016
Fabian M
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Basel, Switzerland
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Renhe Road, Siming District, Xiamen 361001, China
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Reviewed 7 May 2018

昔の中国を思わせる活気のある雰囲気で歩いてまわると楽しいです。 奥まで行って左に進むと地元民の集まるマーケットもあります。 ここのレストランは衛生的にあまりよくない様に見えます。 試しに臭豆腐を頼んだら加熱していない油に豆腐を入れて、生揚げ状態でした。。 見学するには楽しいが、食べるのは如何かな?と思います。 Very Chinese place. Local people are spitting, shouting on the street. I liked the lively atmosphere there. But in terms of food, the restaurants seemed to be unhygienic and not very honest. I ordered a stinky Tofu at a stall....More

Thank 大介島
Reviewed 30 December 2017

After strolling the Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street, I decided to visit this street, as it was nearby, just opposite the ferry terminal. The entire street was short, with both sides lined with street vendors, most of them were selling the same stuff - Taiwanese snacks,...More

Thank LG_Kay
Reviewed 4 November 2017

I was excited about visiting Taiwan Snack Street as I thought I would have the opportunity to try a wide variety of Taiwanese snacks especially as it’s a country renowned for unusual food crazes, however this was not the case. The street is filled with...More

Thank Eilidh M
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

The snack street is near Zhongshan road, which has more variety and is slightly longer than the taiwan food street in Zhongshan road. For omelette, be sure to try the one in the photo. There is a nearby market that sells packed snacks for gifts,...More

1  Thank akmori
Reviewed 19 April 2017

This is an open stall street market selling just about anything you want to eat, and it will be cooked right there, for you to your requirements. There was too much good stuff! I finally settled on a large deep fried squid. I probably should...More

Thank BGratrix
Reviewed 18 April 2017

We visited at around 11am and there was plenty activity even for mid morning. Very nice to walk through and to see a lively market. Lots of food options and some little gift shops selling pearls and more dotted around. Some nice and some not...More

Thank Lauren W
Reviewed 31 October 2016

When my husband and myself were in Xiamen in mid-October, we decided to have a look at this famous Taiwan snack street. The stalls did sell all kinds of snacks alright, such as peanut soup, xiamen spring rolls, sha cha mian, sandworm jelly, gulangyu fish...More

3  Thank singaporeguest2009
Reviewed 3 October 2016

A fantastic market with a wide range of local produce including fish, horseshoe crab, vegetables and Chinese things. A nice place to visit that was easily reachable by public transport. Just use Apple Maps to find out about the busstops and routes to get there....More

Thank WEWEWEA
Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

This place is perfect if you feel a bit adventurous about food. It's a short street with tons of seafood stalls. I saw some pretty amazing animals on display there, especially huge lobsters. It seems to be constantly crowded and the vibe is really nice...More

1  Thank Fabian M
Reviewed 23 August 2016

It is indeed a Food Street with all kinds of smell and unfortunately open garbages. Only very few interesting place to look at. Be careful as once you are in not easy to get out. Not worth the visit

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