Guilin and Yangshuo Restaurants
Guilin has a wealth of restaurants from which to choose with a variety of cuisine available. The location of the city has seen its cuisine influenced by the dishes of Canton, Sichuan, Hunan, Zhejiang, Jiangxi, and Fujian.
The city has found its way into the hearts of foreign tourists after long being a treasured destination for people across mainland China. As a result, the city offers a range of food from around Asia and the world.
The city is famous for its Mifen (Rice Noodles). People eat it as a snack for breakfast or in the daytime. There are many different varieties and preparation methods. We recommend Qin Ji restaurant which is opposite the Bus Station and Rong Gui restaurant, which has branches across the city.
Guilin Restaurant Guide:
Most restaurants in the city are located north of the Central Square along Yiren Lu. There are five main streets for eating out in city: Binjiang Lu Street; Jiefang Xilu Street; Putuo Lu Street and Food City which is just to the east of the bus station. Zhishan Lu Street is also opposite to Food City). There are also many food stalls serving local snacks along these streets.
Yangshuo Restaurant Guide:
Most of the restaurants in Yangshuo line West Street and Guihua Road which runs parallel to West Street. They serve food from across China as well as International cuisine. Yangshuo has grown larger, so the range of cuisine has also expanded. The most famous dish is Beer Fish which is served in most restaurants. For local snacks try the Baba, Fenli, Songgao and Liangfen.
Local Specialties in the city:
Click this link to learn more about the local delicacies in the city. These include rice noodles, Lipu Taro Pork, Lo Han Boiled Chicken and a variety of tasty snacks.
Local Specialties in Yangshuo:
Click the link to learn more about local specialties including beer fish, steamed-stuffed vegetables and egg wrapped dumplings. (Recipes and cooking instructions included).
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