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Top 10 snack streets in China

2014-06-09 09:28:53



NO. 6: Pichaiyuan of Qingdao

Pichaiyuan of Qingdao

Pichaiyuan was well known in the 1930s and 1940s as a food street and also as a venue for traditional folk culture. In 2008, the street was reopened after being restored in 2007. The rebuilt Pichaiyuan features old-style streets and buildings. Restaurants serve up specialties such as jellied bean curd, mackerel dumplings, barbecued seafood, fish with pickled vegetables and fried rice cakes. Apart from snacks, visitors can enjoy folk arts and performances, including opera, acrobatic shows and handicrafts. (Source:

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