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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

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Westborough, Massachusetts
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Wuhan Dining

Wuhan’s cuisine is a good mixture of eastern Sichuan cuisine and more oily braised dishes. It focuses on preparation, cooking time and the appearance of dishes. Fish and shellfish are especially god. Snacks such as buns and omelets are also popular here. For cheap food, search around the little back streets near the university. The floating restaurants on Bayi Lu also serve reasonable food and you can pick your fish fresh from the boat.

Local Cuisines

Steamed Wuchang Fish
Steamed Wuchang Fish is one of the most famous dished in Wuhan. The prepared fihs is fresh, soft and rich. The best way to prepare the fish is to steam it together with Chinese ham, mushroom, bamboo shoot and chicken soup.

The bean curd sheets are stuffed with meat, eggs, and smashed shrimps. Good sheets are fairly thin and made with pure water at a low temperature. Sheets fried according to such requirements are crispy on the outside and soft inside. The best place to sample this specialty is Laotongcheng Restaurant, which has added new ingredients to the stuffing including mushrooms, magnolia petals and bacon.

Hot-dry Noodles
Hot-dry Noodles are the local breakfast of almost everybody in Wuhan. Hot-dry noodles are made by cooking the fresh noodles mixed with sesame oil in boiling water, when the noodle has cooked and cooled, it becomes pliable. The noodles are then placed in boiling water again to be reheated and the process is repeated. After seasoning has been added, including spring onion and sauce, the hot-dry noodles are ready to be served.

Sijimei Steamed Vessel Coulibiac
Sijimei Steamed Vessel Coulibiac is noted for its tasty not only in Wuhan but also in the whole country, highly appreciated as “the king of Vessel Coulibiac”. Sijimei Steamed Vessel Coulibiac is near the crossing of Hanjiang Road.

The Eight Diagrams Soup
Its appearance is in the shape of the Eight Diagrams, sh hence the name. The soup is made of tortise meat, so it is regarded as “logevity dish”. It is a must for tourists in Wuhan


 

Food Street

Jiqing Cate and Cultural Street
It is a nice place for the night life. In the evening, hundreds of dai pai dong (street-side stands) come out on the street and provide popular snacks and flavored food at cheap prices. Peppery fried snails, fresh steamed lobsters and crabs, spicy shrimp balls, tasty beef soups and Chinese dumplings, all these will feed you well. And you mustn't miss Jiu Jiu's duck necks. Chi Li, a popular, modern woman writer wrote a novel entitled Life Show which tells a love story of a charming lady who sells duck necks in this street. Now the novel has become a best-seller, thousands of people come to find the original heroine and of course they will not miss the delicious duck necks. Featured: Fried-snail, Steamed Crayfish,

Wuhan Cate Street
The street gathers all kinds of local snacks, special hotpot, seafood, ans so on. Last but not least, the street put on the folk performance.
Featured: Fried Bean Sheets, Sijimei Steamed Vessel Coulibiac, Hot-fried Noodles

Hubuxiang Breakfast Street
Located in Zhonghua Lu Street in the town of Wuchang, the 150-meter (490-feet) long Hu Bu Xiang was an ancient street with a 400-year history. Today, the age-old street has become one of the famous breakfast streets in Wuhan. Over 30 kinds of breakfast snacks can be found here. Get up early in the morning and come here to follow local people's habit of Guo Zao.
Featured: Hot-fried Noodles, Mianwo, Rice Wine




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