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Creative Travel Guide wrote a review Jan 2019
Tianjin, China9 contributions5 helpful votes
An inside market but set up for tourists. You can try local snacks and a Jianbing - a traditional Tianjin breakfast.
Date of experience: November 2018
Stefan777-400 wrote a review Aug 2018
Sydney, Australia78 contributions13 helpful votes
Nice to see, and a good location if you want to buy some local food delicatessen. As a summary, its a food market with a roof.
Date of experience: August 2018
1 Helpful vote
iamface wrote a review Jul 2018
hong kong1,337 contributions222 helpful votes
some local foods here that i never see that before. trying some taste ok but that is quite commercial & price also not so fair. good for visit & take some picture for special snack.
Date of experience: March 2018
Simply Travel and Eat wrote a review Apr 2018
Singapore, Singapore12,644 contributions2,050 helpful votes
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 that we decided to skip this lunch altogether and ended up eating macdonalds right at the same alley. There are other restaurants here selling seafood which looked pretty ok but we were afraid to try after our earlier encounter. Here in Tianjin, they are famous for their gou bu li bao zi, which literally translate to "the dog don't care dumpling". Of course since we were there, we need to try but found that it was not fantastic and the skin of the dumpling was pretty dry and hard! They do sell some street food and typical Chinese snacks here like the dragon candy and stuff.…
Date of experience: April 2018
1 Helpful vote
ROCruiser wrote a review Jan 2018
Claremont, California4,537 contributions435 helpful votes
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 of Tianjin here to take home and probably a chance to sample some of those delicacies. It was fun and relaxing just going around this comfortable, clean, and colorful place whether you want to purchase or not.…
Date of experience: November 2017