Beijing Food Street
Fucheng Food Street
Spanning about 3 kilometer from Hangtian Bridge east to Sihuan Bridge west of Beijing, there resides more than ten deluxe restaurants catering for a rich variety of delicacies in Cantonese, Shanghai, Sichuan styles with a comparatively higher prices. These restaurants are gorgeously decorated with their own styles. This street has been acclaimed as the most famous and expensive food street in Beijing.
Qian Men Food Street
Compared to other food streets in Beijing, Qianmen Food Street features restaurants with long history and very authentic local dishes. There are a few restaurants with more than 100-year history, such as Quanjude Beijing Roast Duck, Douyichu Steamed Bun Restaurant, and Yi Tiao Long Restaurant. These restaurants offer the typical Beijing local foods and have become the must-go food street for visitors.
Laitai Food Street
Located north of Qicai Street, the Laitai Food Street has developed into one of the popular food streets in recent years in Beijing. There are about twenty restaurants in this area featuring authentic dishes from different regions and courtiers with reasonable prices. Cantonese food, Sichuan food, Japanese food, Korean food, Turkey food, Thai Food are all available here.
Longfusi Food Street
Here you can enjoy many delicacies while strolling leisurely. All snacks of China gather here. Snacks of authentic Beijing style come from no others but Baikui Laohao where offers authentic soymilk, fried dough, Luzhu and diversified barbecues. There is a very typical Muslim restaurant getting more bustling when the night curtain falls. The 100m long snack stalls form a hot scene.
Gui Jie Street
If you are a night owl, just come here. Take a seat and eat something while chatting with friends to kill the long night. Restaurants here are not so large but suitable for several friends drinking together and chatting quite well. Though with dated furnishing, they always have several dishes of everlasting aftertaste. Spicy Crab and Poached Fish in Pungent Sauce are eternally famous dishes.
Donghuamen Night Food Street
Situated at the entrance to North Street of Wangfujing, Donghuamen Night Food Street is the most famous one in Beijing. As sun set, diners come to gather here, among whom are a larger number of foreigners. The line of stalls spanning about 200 meters sell all sorts of street snacks. Pieces of smelly bean curds, muttons, prawns, silkworms are skewered and grilled, emanating a myriad of smells that tease and flirt with one's nostrils. Sea urchins, sparrows and all sorts of innards are also available for the more adventurous eaters. Other foodstuff sold were pan-fried dumplings, boiled dumplings and steamed soup dumplings. Desserts like sweet soup and caramelized fruits are also available.