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What are your top 10 favorite Chinese street food? [Copy link] 中文

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China is known as the paradise for gourmands, and for good reasons. It’s also much better in China than it is anywhere else. Besides many restaurants offering a wife range of delicious cuisines, you will never want to miss out on the street food and snacks sold from portable vendors throughout the country. What are your favorite Chinese street food?
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Dim Sum Stand
  • Hard boiled Soy sauce tea eggs, soy milk, corn, sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaf, minced pork buns.
  • I tried the corn…it was the worse corn I’ve ever had. It was 200% overcooked and tasted like pure mushy starch.

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Minced pork bun facial! These things are served HOT!

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Steamed Minced Pork Bun
  • I did try one, and it was pretty freaking delicious.

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Stuffed with flavorful juicy pork that was so tender it melted in your mouth.
The pork is very marinated with garlic, chives and onions and soy sauce.

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Skewer Stand
  • Chicken skewers, fish ball skewers and sausage skewers with different kinds of Chinese sauces.

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Bread/Pastry Stand
  • Onion pancakes, meat patty cakes etc.
  • I don’t know what’s wrong with the girl in the back…
  • These onion pancakes are really popular. They’re quite oily, but thin, crispy and yet chewy.

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Post time 2014-4-23 16:42:12 |Display all floors
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Chinese pastries! It’s pretty much variations of Chinese “wife cakes” or “lo po bang” -  flakey thin pastry stuffed with lotus seed paste, red bean paste etc.

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