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    Double boiled soup - Delicious and Nutritious

    by myspices Updated Nov 10, 2007

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    If you love soup - you should try these Chinese double boil soup. There are of different variety. Some are herbal and medicinal while some are just normal soup. Prices vary from 5yuan to 20+yuan, depending on the type. For normal soup, it's usually cheaper. Ask the vendor to explain to you what's inside the soup.

    The small pots of different variety of soup are boiled in a bigger hot pot for hours (could be 3-4hours) under strong heat. When you order your type of soup, the vendor will use a thick wire with a hook to fish out the chosen soup. Each individual small pot is covered with a foil and once you removed the foil , you can smell the delicious aroma of the soup.

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    Fast Food - Chinese Style

    by myspices Updated Nov 10, 2007
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    Fast food in China is basically the "economy rice" . You get to choose the dishes which are all ready cooked and displayed in the glass panel. There will be an array of veggie and meat dishes. Usually, the price ranges from 4yuan to 7yuan. It could be 2 types of veggie plus one meat or 1 veggie plus 2 meat dishes or any combination. The set comes with a huge portion of rice. Some shops will throw in a bowl of clear soup for the set. You can find these "fast food" in most of the restaurants and shops. Go during lunch or dinner hours - the food will be hot and there are more variety to choose from.

    Favorite Dish: Tried a set of 3veggie and 2meat choice set - cost 7yuan

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    Muslim food - fried "La Mien"

    by myspices Written Nov 9, 2007
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    This shop is opposite the Train Station - ground floor of the Railway Station Hotel. It's a family run little shop. They served all Muslim food. There is a Menu with English on it. Place is neat and clean and all the attendants wear white with little muslim caps on their heads. They speak like any Chinese locals - they are infact Chinese Muslims. Their specialty is the "hand made" noodles - called the "La Mien" You can actually see how the noodles are being made skilfully. The noodles can either be in nice hot soup or in the form of fried noodles.

    See more pictures attached on location of shop

    Favorite Dish: A plate of fried "La Mien" with lots of vegetables - capsicium, string beans, tomatoes, spring onions, sliced onions, mushroooms and pieces of mutton. The sauce is slightly dashed with tomato puree. Noodles is smooth and do not have the "floury" feel.

    Price per plate of "La Mien" : 7yuan

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    A dessert - the Green Peas soup

    by myspices Updated Nov 8, 2007
    Cooling green peas soup - delicious dessert
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    A small shop that sells a couple of eats. It was already late afternoon when we were there. They were already like washing up the utensils and was about to close the shop. Anyway, they were kind enough to serve us our orders.

    See photo attached on the frontage of shop.

    Favorite Dish: Ordered a bowl of green peas soup . It was really delicious as it was nicely chilled and the day was really hot. The green beans must bave been boiled for a long time as the beans are mashed and softened. It is not that sweet but enough to make it tasty.

    Price per bowl : 1.50yuan

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    Rice Noodles - "Loh Sze Feng"

    by myspices Updated Nov 8, 2007
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    A small shop that sells a couple of eats. It was already late afternoon when we were there. They were already like washing up the utensils and was about to close the shop. Anyway, they were kind enough to serve us our orders.

    We ordered the rice noodles or more appropriately called the "Loh Sze Fen". The lady will put some rice noodles (should be Guilin Mee Fen) and some vegetables and the fuchook (soyabean sheets) into a sieve and boil it over the pot of soup. After a few shakes in the hot soup, she will put the noodles in a bowl and add the soup. If you want it to be more spicy, she will scoop the top layer of the chillies in the hot pot and add it to your noodles.

    Another pic attached on the shop where this is sold.

    Favorite Dish: The noodles is really smooth and nice to eat. The soup is tasty and mind you, it's pretty spicy and choky. Love the pieces of soya sheets that has been softened in the soup.

    Per bowl of noodles : 2.50yuan

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    Jin Ma (Golden Horse): Value for money

    by johnmperry Written Oct 16, 2005

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    I go to this restaurant frequently. It seats maybe 2000, so it can get typically noisy. You are handed a card when you are seated, and you walk round where all the dishes are displayed, and select what you want (by pointing if that's all you know). The card is stamped, and a few minutes later the dish is brought to your table. The food is always fresh, and good. It is possible to have a good meal for less than 20 RMB, but 30 would be a more likely amount.
    They make their own noodles of course, in front of the kitchen.

    Favorite Dish: Slices of lotus root covered in fried egg and filled with some sort of minced pork.
    Various kebab skewers, but boiled rather than fried.
    Tofu and preserved eggs.

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    Any streety corner,: Local water melon

    by honurox Updated Mar 19, 2007

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    If you love melon (as i do, and my father does, and his father, etc) this is the place for you! just 1 RMB pre slice served chilled of a back of a bike. YUMMY!

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