Chengdu Snacks

Authors: Go Chengdu

2014-11-09

Zongfu Road, Chunxi Road and many ancient streets in Chengdu (such as Jinli Street) are the snack havens of Chengdu.
The most renowned snacks include:
Ma La Tang: also called Chuan Chuan Xiang, vegetables, sausages, shrimps and anything edible can be threaded onto a bamboo skewer and cooked in the Hot Pot. Chuan Chuan Xiang restaurants can be found in almost every street and lane in the city.
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