Wuhan food is generally a mix of Shanghai, Chongqing and Sichuan cuisines,therefore it is absolutely a wonderful place for tourists who haven't got enough time to travel. There are a variety of snacks, for instance, the succulent, spicy duck's neck, dumplings, hot and dry noodles (re gan mian), chili-spiced pigeons, the delicious and often squirty soup buns (tang bao), salty doughnuts (mian wo) or doupi (sticky rice, egg, beef, mushrooms and beans wrapped in a pocket of soy skin). Take an opportunity to eat, gorge or snack.
|Featured Food||Rank||Featured Food||Rank|
|Hot and Dry Noodles||Doupi|
|Old Jianji Beef Cooked Bean Strips||Potted Chicken Soup|
|Red Rape||Salty Doughnuts|
|Sijimei Dumpling||Three Braized Dishes of Mianyang|
Wuhan can be compared to a melting pot that covers a wide range of restaurants from the luxurious hotels to the small stalls across the street. Although some stalls might not that hygeian, it claims to be the best place to enjoy the authentic snacks in Wuhan.
Hubu Lane is rather famous for its breakfast and Jiqing Street is widely known for its food at the night market. Therefore, do remember to spend some time checking out the stalls on Jianghan Yi Lu, east of Jianghan Road. What's more, there are a number of Western-style cafe and cake shops along Jianghan Road and Yanjiang Road. The formal restaurants are always expensive and cling together on Zhongshan Road in Hankou. The Yunji vegetarian Restaurant is a highly-praised vegetarian restaurant.
|Kanglong Prince Restaurant|