Snack Attack in China
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There were some days when we walked on the streets in
The one that we love, we didnâ€™t even know the name. We just name it as Egg Roti. It looks like an Indian bread, you have a choice either you want it plain or with an egg, meat floss or even lettuce. We choose the one with egg. We fell in love when we had the first bite. It was steamy hot (so we donâ€™t need to worry if itâ€™s clean) it has a taste of Chinese spice with taste of eggâ€¦.yummy!!
The other one we like is onion pancake (again, we named it ourselves) It looks like a very thin pancake, crunchy outside and soft inside with a taste of green onion. It cost only CNY1 and fills me up! This will be a very good on the road breakfast or afternoon snack!
Charlie loves the one that looks like a tart; we named it as pop tart. The crust is crunchy and soft inside, I canâ€™t figure out what was it inside but it tasted sweet and very good! It is not too sweet and it goes well with the crunchiness!!
I like the bean curd on a stick. There were 2 pieces of bean curd on a bamboo stick ( like satay ) and it was soak in a big pot of brown colored soup, I think it is a soap that consist of Chinese spices. It tasted like a cinnamon toast but it is a bean curd, so we named them as cinnamon toast.
There were many candy shops in
We also like the vegetable bun. The Chinese call them Bau. It is a bun that has different stuffing like beef, pork, and vegetable. One Bau will definitely fill me up!
While walking on the snacks/shopping street in
We saw some weird food on that street - Fried rabbit head?! Cow guts stew ?! We are not that adventurousâ€¦..
One must definitely try their stir fried dumpling when visiting