in the hotel to the left of the train station: Go have some local Hot Pot!
The food was excellent! Get the half and half hot pot with one mild side and one hot side, although the hot side is the best if you like spicy food!
The waitstaff were not too friendly. Maybe you will have better luck.
The tofu is homemade and a little different than even the kind you buy in Chinatown in NYC.
Favorite Dish: Hot Pot!
In Streetkitchens you find the real taste of China. They are on every corner and offer a huge variety of food. These typical snacks cost normally around 3 Kuai. Don´t miss them - food is the most important thing to Chinese. If you don`t experience their variety, they say you haven´t been to China!
Typical Chinese Pasta Squares (jiaotse???)
You can find these pasta squares everywhere in China with all kinds of different fillings. Meat, fish, vegetarian......
It is plain fare, nothing extraordinary - but still very good! Have a try!