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We were brought to a hot pot restaurant here for lunch by our tour guide. First impression wasn't really good with the black stains on the hot pot. Next thing we saw the chef walking in and his apron and shirts were so dirty looking...More
We were brought here for lunch by our guide at one of the restaurants inside this huge building. After lunch we wandered around and checked out all the vendors and stores selling many different food/snacks under one roof. You can get all the local specialties...More
Not what it was back in the day. It is now a generic tourist spot. The food is mediocre. If you want authentic dishes there are many other places in the city that would be much better.
However it does look unique and a nice...More
First of all, although it is termed as a food street, in fact it is actually a 2 storey air-conditioned building. Inside, we could see the "street" filled with stalls selling all sorts of Chinese snacks. On the side of the streets are many Chinese...More
its very overrated and the food stalls there are all ready to chop tourists with overpriced local snacks. compare the prices before buying.