Foodie’s Recommendations in Chenghua District

Authors: Go Chengdu

2019-05-22

Located in small alleys and streets in Chenghua District, these gourmet sites can take foodies on a journey of palatable delight.
Xiangxiang Alley
With many stands and restaurants offering Sichuan dishes, hotpot, BBQ, desserts and foreign foods, the alley is always a bustling spot, especially at night.
Xiangheli
The Snack Street at Xiangheli is lined up with dozens of restaurants, where eaters can enjoy roast fish and pig feet, spicy rabbit heads, Cantonese Dim Sum, sliced chicken and so on.
Snack Street on Jianshe Road
Located at the back gate of the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, the street gets adequate media exposure for the delicacies including hotpot, Bobo Chicken, baked egg pancakes, pea noodles and preserved Tofu, etc.

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