Most of the Uyghur dishes adopt lamb and mutton as the main ingredient, being cooked in different manners. Urumchi is keeping assimilating distinctive food culture from other areas in China and even some foreign countries. At present, people who travel to the place do not need to worry about the maladjustment to food. Furthermore, Xinjiang is also justly famous for its melons, pomegranates and grapes, which thrive in the dry, hot climate.
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|Cool Noodle||Crusty pancake (Nang)|
|Rice gut and noodle lung||Rice pilaf|
|Yousanzi (fried wheaten food)|
Traditional Chinese food—often Sichuan Cuisine—is available in restaurants of any size in Urumchi which generally cater to Chinese and foreign tour groups. Moreover, Western fast food has made inroads into such a nimroity land. Therefore, for those foreigners who are less adveturous, western-style restaurants are the most appropriate choice for them. Whereas for those tourists who have an intention to enjoy the local dishes or snacks, the noshery can meet your need with a reasonable price, a delicious taste and an everlasting aftertaste.