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Top 10 snack streets in China

2014-06-09 09:28:53



NO. 5: Gui Jie (Ghost Street) in Beijing

Gui Jie (Ghost Street) in Beijing

Located in Dongzhimen, Chaoyang District of Beijing, the nearly 1-kilometer-long street is filled with different cuisines on both sides, including the Sichuan, Hunan, Guangdong and Shandong cuisines. It is called "Ghost Street" because of the ghostly spectacle of the lined-up lanterns. Moreover, many restaurants stay open until early morning, ensuring the street never sleeps. Staple dishes are spicy prawns and sautéed bullfrog in chili sauce. Famous restaurants include Hu Da, Jingui Xiaoshancheng, Xiao Yu Shan and Little Sheep. (Source:

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