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This is a very local/authentic food market in a historic area with no westerners. My wife and I discovered this while walking on Saturday at around 5pm so that is when I would visit because I am not sure what of its regular hours. There...More
Was told by my cab driver about this place, so decided to have a go at this place.
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Place is too "plastic" for my liking not organic unlike the bustling streets of the Muslim Quarters. Place feels like an amusement park...More
Stumbled here alone one evening after checking into the nearby Hilton. Did not see another westerner and was treated kindly by vendors despite language barriers. Went back two more times. Lovely spot and close to the city wall entry at the East Gate. Food --...More
Its basically a big outdoor food court with a variety of foods. They are vendors with push carts where you can buy a snack and keep on walking. There are also sit down dining options. You can also get handicrafts along with a few drinking...More
I only learned about this food court from a Chinese tour. This is better than Muslim Quarters, as the foods don't repeat themselves. Each stall has something unique to offer. You can read about the foods you experience. The biggest spectacle was where people were...More
We wanted to try new place to eat apart from Muslim street and got to know about this place. This place have bunch of restaurant and small munchies stores which I understand are purely Xian cuisines. This is a small food court kind setup, nicely...More
If I don't eat Beef and Lamb, Yongxing Fang is better than Muslim Street. Yongxing Fang had cover a lot of Xian and Guangdong cuisine, means spicy and non spicy food, price are more reasonable than Muslim street. The foods are delicious which including native,...More
Yet another fine place to visit especially when you wanna chill. There's a big palace there to let your souls and heart out when you make a wish at the fountain, then the lion statues are very common at the place.
If you want another landmark to work from, we stayed at the Xian Hilton (on Dongxin Road). As you exit the front of the hotel, turn left. Go about 2 1/2 blocks (5 min or less walk), and its on your left.