12 October, 2017
Street Food Tour DEEP In Sichuan CHINAPosted in : Around The World, Asia, Video on by : EyeOnFood Tags: Around The World, ASIA, china, sichuan, Street Food, tour, videos
Street Food Tour DEEP In Sichuan CHINA
In this CHINESE STREET FOOD Tour of Sichuan, we traveled to the SPICIEST Sichuan city to taste and eat the best street food in China. We went to a local BREAKFAST joint and ate some very delicious Chinese Breakfast Baozi and Dumplings, and then travelled through Sichuan by bus to the next city for lunch. Here in Sichuan, this is some of the best street food around the world, and so spicy, this is DEATH level spicy in Zigong! We went to a little street food restaurant for lunch, serving up authentic Chinese recipes that you will fall in love with for sure! The local Sichuan chef’s cooking was incredibly delicious and had an amazing home-cooked style that we would go back for again and again.
In this DEEP in Sichuan, the spicy food may be a challenge for you to take, but if you taste one bite, you may just become addicted to that “fragrance”.
We are currently traveling through China on a 6 week street food tour and Chinese cuisine journey all through Sichuan and then making our way South into Yunnan to taste the best, spiciest, authentic street foods. Chatting with the locals in Sichuan and throughout China is always fun!
This is the second day of our street food tour, after our travels from Chengdu to Neijiang, we took the bus to Zigong. When we arrived, we found a hotel quick and then set out to eat street food! In the evening, we found an ancient village famous for salt production and also famous for its SPICY CHICKEN FEET!!
If you’re traveling through China or even living in China, you really have to explore Sichuan markets and back streets! There is a lifetime worth of food to try and explore. If you visit a market or some street food areas, come with an open mind and come to chat with locals if you have a few words of mandarin. The locals are all so friendly!
Chinese street food and Chinese cuisine is so abundant and diverse that you couldn’t eat it in your whole lifetime. We consider ourselves very lucky to be able to live in Chengdu, Sichuan, eating delicious Sichuan street food and tasting new and enticing street foods almost every day.