This 100-meter long snack street is open from 6:00pm to 9:00pm every day. The night market is home to about 100 stalls selling snacks from all over China For adventurous dinners, it is a food paradise with such unique snacks as centipedes, lizards, deep fried crickets available to eat on a stick
The first stall sells Tanghulu, (sugar-coated haws) and fruits on sticks Each stall has a signboard overhead indicating the stuff to be sold with a pricelist
Each stall has a sign hanging at the back with the name of the stall owner
At the first plane Goubuli, at the back inserted on sticks, hippocampus along with an informative note about them About Goubuli (literally dogs don’t pay attention) Is a famous kind of Bāozi, the Asian equivalent of sandwiches in the West. With a savory meat (chiken or pork) and vegetable filling wrapped in dough and steamed, they make a complete meal that can be eaten on the go without utensils
A different culture (probably the older one) and quite another taste for food They, as Mexicans, like insects in all forms and shapes, here is an example of the way they are offered, clean, ordered, in sticks and with a touch of color and elegance given by the orange starfish
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