Not sure why this is called the "Food Street" when it seems to be a "Shopping Complex" to me. Before coming to the food street, I thought that it will be those kind whereby you can find hot piping snacks as you walk along the street, and you can eat and sample food along the way. The tour guide brought us to a local shop in the complex where you can find many local snacks such as the fried dough twist (Mahua), nuts at a very cheap price. My mum bought 1 huge packet of sunflower seeds and it cost only RMB 10. I bought some nice snacks here too. Basically, these local stores that sell snacks can be found on ground floor at the sides of the complex. On the second level, you can find mostly the restaurants.