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Crab on a stick, and squid on a stick are just a couple of the countless combinations of food available on this vibrant and happening street.
Not very commonly known there is also a big Moslem Mosque hidden away from the main street. It has...More
Brilliant place to spend a short or longer time, full of locals and all sorts of food .... No idea what the couple of street food snacks I tried were, but it was such fun mingling with the crowds just doing the same. Mind you...More
It was a cool place especially at the night time where lots of eatery shop opens and lots of tourist or locals would showed up to but the street food and snack. Lots of bargain along their alley to buy the local souvenir. The street...More
If you like markets head to the market where you can walk a very long way without coming to its end. Amazing street food, delicious yoghurt drinks, and so much to see, so much color, and activity. If you like to photograph, this is heaven.
you can find the place by the smell of cumin and peppers from a few hundred meters. Everything is covered in a thick layer of spices and grilled on a stick, lamb, cuttlefish, softshell crabs, beef, potatoes, whatever. Hand pulled noodles as a side dish...More
This is not to be missed when you visit Xi'an. The sounds, colors, lights and atmosphere is like nothing you will see in any other part of the world. AND THE FOOD!!! You have to see it to believe it! GO!
Xi'an is a very nice city and the Muslim quarter is one of the most colourful and fun places to visit. Skewers of meat, lamb with handmade noodles, fruits of all kinds and two of my favourites were the roasted walnuts in a shell (best...More