The 'Crossing bridge noodles' of Chengdu, cost RMB5 for small and RMB10 for big. You must! This noodles is very much like the Chinese steamboat where there are many small dishes on plates for us to put it into the hot soup, the service here was fast, we waited less than 5 minutes only before everything were already on the table. This is also a street of eating as you can see in this photo. We have so many choices to choose. Yeah.
Excellent! Huge, huge menu. Service very attentive. Highly recommend, be you a vegetarian or not.
Favorite Dish: Try one of the many Hot Pots!
famous hot pot restruant of China, not very spicy and sweet smelling hot pot
Favorite Dish: hot pot and dimsum(Long Chao Shou, Ma Tuan, Dan Dan Mian)
This place looked really nice from the outside, but inside it was a little disappointing. The hotpot was good, but nothing more. Maybe we should’ve chosen a different soup.
As close as you are going to get to actual Tex-Mex food in China. Large portions.
Favorite Dish: Hello strong RMB 40 Margaritas !!! Wow ! I still feel the burn !!
Really hot & spicy, so much so that some of the locals can't take it as well. It's full of chillies, cloves, chilly oil and more chillies!
Favorite Dish: The hot & spicy dip. Try the brains for the tastiest dish :)
In Chengdu, you must try the famous Sichuan food which is spicy, hot and numbing to the tongue. There are more than 100 dishes and you can order a very small portion of each to try.
Exclusive to Chengdu (I think, since I've never had it anywhere else & I've been to many Chinese restaurants around the world!).
Favorite Dish: Stewed eels with bamboo mushroom & chicken traditional herb.