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Huguosi Hutong Snack Street

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Huguosi Hutong Snack Street

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Huguosi Street, Xinjiekou, Xicheng District, Beijing 100032 China
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Eli S wrote a review Nov 2019
Surabaya, Indonesia25 contributions8 helpful votes
I am very disapointed. Not many local food. It's a quiet place. So many cars in this hutong. It isnt comfortable for pedestrian
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Date of experience: November 2019
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christine s wrote a review Oct 2019
Stourbridge, United Kingdom571 contributions122 helpful votes
The real China in a Hutong in side street,enabled us as a group to experience basic seating in a small house room,supplied with really freshly cooked local food,the food kept comeing,so tasty,served by the house family in their house,in front room were their prize collection relating to their family history,also explained in english by our guide,EDWARD from WENDY WOO.This is a culturale place,exactly what we came to see. The streets here are quiet in the day,but packed at night so relax and come at lunch time.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Tania291 wrote a review Jul 2019
Melbourne, Australia180 contributions98 helpful votes
Huguosi Hutong Snack Street was quite surprising in that, on the day we visited, there seemed to be no tourists visiting this street. The snacks available along this street were unique and very much designed for the local tastes. There were small cafes serving local dishes rather than food such as meat on a stick or ice cream. We tasted a couple of filled buns that were filled with cheese and vegetables and they were tasty without being overly oily. They were also very cheap.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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sh0ckey wrote a review Dec 2017
Greater Melbourne, Australia31 contributions8 helpful votes
We stayed nearby, and this was a great place to eat. We went every evening for dinner, and the range of restaurants and street snacks was excellent. It can get quite crowded, but we always found a place to eat. The restaurants range from extremely cheap and basic to quite tourist oriented, catering for non Chinese speakers. Even in the places that catered for locals, the staff were always friendly and forgiving, as we pointed at the menus, or dishes on other tables. There is a range of different foods, from dumplings or noodles to halal places that had a middle eastern style. If you’re staying nearby, or are in the area it’s a great place to walk around, have a street snack or a proper sit down meal.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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ThePathLessTravelled wrote a review Nov 2017
Thailand633 contributions70 helpful votes
Unlike other walking/snack streets, this is quite quiet and relaxed. A great place to pause and rest between attractions.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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