Tasting the delicious Chinese local food while enjoying the fantastic scenery, so wonderful, right? You’ll feel a sense of happiness and fulfillment. Maybe someone may regard it as a dream, but it will come true here in China—Yeah, just start your tour to the foodie towns in China in this new year of 2013 right now, you’ll get great surprise and miracle here!
1. Lanzhou of Gansu Province, whose food is strongly influenced by the ethnic groups especially the Hui people , is a great foodie town in China, where the cuisine there are characterized by the roasting, steaming, and braising of beef and mutton and the tastes of salty, fresh, tart, and spicy are favored by the Hui people there. Baihe Tao, Jincheng Babao Melon Carving, Jincheng Baita and albino leeks with chicken and roasted pork are its famous and typical cuisines. Do remember to taste the Lanzhou beef noodles when traveling there as it is the most famous food. And the best and must-taste beef noodles in Lanzhou is at Wumule Penhui.
2.Guangzhou of Guangdong Province, where Cantonese Cuisine including the Chaozhou dishes and Dongjiang dishes is its representative cuisine, is famous for its dim sum for travelers from home and abroad. Typical dim sum include Shrimp Dumpling, Steamed Shaomai, Steamed Vermicelli Roll and so on. Traveling to Guangzhou, you can also have a taste its famous dishes Stewed Wild Dog Meat, Dragon Fighting against the Tiger, Roast Suckling Pig, and Taiye Chicken and, which are featuring few thick spicy dressings.
3.Datong in Shanxi Province, as a famous foodie town in China, is famous for its jin cai which features the liberal use of vinegar, round breads and pastries and hundreds of varieties of noodles. And just go to the Phoenix Court to tastes it as the Jin cai there is the most the refined. When traveling there, you can also taste its other famous cuisines such as Guangling Dried Bean Curd, shao mai, Hot Pot, Buckwheat Flour Dough, yangsheng hulusi and Yellow Rice Cake, which are worthy your taste.
4. Qingdao of Shandong Province, one of China’s best seafood cities, is famous for the clams, fish, prawns, shrimp, shellfish, geoducks and sea weed as well as local foods from other areas. However, besides the seafood, the refreshing brew of Tsingtao is also the best and popular among the whole world. Just walk along the Yunxiao Road Gourmet Street, Minjiang Road Gourmet Street andMaidao Seafood Street to have taste these delicious snacks there, I’m sure you will have a full sense of satisfaction during your Qingdao tour!