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To be honest, it wasn't as happening as the Muslim Street in Xi'an. Was a bit letdown on that. However, it does cater to our necessary diet for halal food. You can pick and choose from cooked and uncooked items such as raw meat obviously...More
Ok I can't begin to explain how satisfied we were!
Despite neither of us (waiter) being able to speak each other's language he helped us AMAZINGLY! He was so kind trying to help us, I shared a price I was happy to pay and he...More
It was an interesting walk. I walked through here on the way to the Great Mosque. There were some good food shops but that was about it. It is definitely interesting to see how vibrant and diverse China can be, but this street is not...More
We walked around the area and it was mostly food stalls with a repetitive selection of baked goods and a tasty smelling tripe and coriander soup. Most of the local food stalls looked quite dirty. We tried a Xinjiang style noodle dish which is one...More
This is a very interesting area to stroll. The mixture of culture is great, there are many shops and food stalls. I bought and ate pastries and nuts, they were inexpensive and delicious. The people are friendly and approachable and the architecture is nice.