A city whose gourmet atmosphere is concealed by tourism labels——Searching and tasting Beijing-style delicacies and snacks that are not known to ordinary people in the depths of Beijing's streets and alleys

1. Beijing, one of the three major gourmet cities in the Mainland

I have always believed that there are not many cities in mainland China that have something to eat. It is not a question of whether they have their own cuisines. Although some cities have their own cuisines, there are still not many things to eat. Beijing does not have its own cuisine, but there are so many things to eat, and there are so many gourmet snacks, it is surprising. I have visited so many cities across the country, and some cities have been there more than once. To sum up, there are actually only three cities in the mainland that have gourmet snacks: Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Beijing. Of course, from a wider perspective, Xi'an and Fuzhou can also be regarded as cities with gourmet snacks.

2. Beijing does not have its own cuisine, but why does it have delicious gourmet snacks?

Beijing does not have its own Beijing cuisine. However, in Beijing, the dishes that are more widely rooted are Shandong cuisine, Manchurian cuisine, Muslim Muslim cuisine, and Kouzi cuisine that combines the style and taste of North China with Manchurian official cuisine. Today, it has no strict meaning. There are only Shandong dishes and Halal dishes on the menu. Today’s Beijing flavor is the improved taste of other dishes and Beijing snacks.

3. In any gourmet city, don’t talk about eating once, you can’t even find the door

The three major gourmet cities in the mainland, if you really want to eat something, it is not enough to go there once or twice. I have usually been to the three cities with gourmet food mentioned above 7, 8 times or more . After so many visits, and with the guidance and guidance of local "informants", I have accumulated these food tasting memories year by year. If you are interested in food outside of Beijing, you can refer to my food travel notes on Ctrip. See below for details:

About Guangzhou cuisine: "Eat in Guangzhou, it's better to have a taste than to hear about it——Tasting the time-honored food in Shangxiajiu Road Pedestrian Street in Guangzhou (also remembering the Ximen Wengcheng site sightseeing and high-speed rail experience)", link address: http://you.ctrip.com /travels/guangzhou152/2752956.html

About Chengdu food: "There is a kind of food called time-honored brand - Chengdu Brand Snack Search", link address: http://you.ctrip.com/travels/chengdu104/2794344.html

About Xi'an food: "If you want to eat all the snacks and delicacies in Shaanxi at once, you are going to the wrong place to go to Huimin Street——Tasting the special snacks in Shaanxi Intangible Cultural Heritage Food Cultural Street in Yongxingfang, Xiaodongmen, Xi'an", link address: http:/ /you.ctrip.com/travels/shanxi100057/3191296.html

About Xi'an food: "The Famous Old Sun's Restaurant Doesn't Have a Store in Huimin Street——Tasting Notes of Four Famous Restaurants in Xi'an Chunfa, Defachang, Tongshengxiang, and Laosun's Steamed Dumplings", link address: http:// you.ctrip.com/travels/xian7/3193583.html

About Fuzhou cuisine: "Eight time-honored restaurants in Fuzhou, five of which are actually eating——Walking in the streets and alleys of the time-honored restaurants and tasting delicious meals with their unique secrets", link address: http://you.ctrip.com /travels/fuzhou164/2770364.html

The above-mentioned food-related travel notes have a lot of views, ranging from more than 10,000 to 60,000. It seems that people's interest in going to the city for gourmet snacks is still quite high.

4. Tasting notes of old Beijing delicacies and snacks

The delicacies and snacks of famous brands and stores in old Beijing described in this travel note are introduced in order: Xinyuanzhai sour plum soup, Baodu Feng Baodu, Xiaochang Chen stewed, Jiulongzhai sour plum soup, Yaoji fried liver (August 18, 2011 At 1:25 p.m., US Vice President Biden visited China and went to the restaurant for dinner), Niujie Jubaoyuan Muslim snacks, a bowl of Juzhajiang noodles (at noon on February 9, 2012, the Canadian Prime Minister who was visiting China The Harpers and Dashan came here for lunch), Tianxingju Fried Liver, Chenji Braised Small Intestines, Duyisi Shaomai, Jingtianhong Fried Cake, Huguosi series of snacks, etc. These are all my own tastes when I was in Beijing in the past two or three years. All the photos are taken by me on the spot. Anyone who has purchased a receipt will be displayed and uploaded.

This travel note does not introduce the roast duck of the three brands of Quanjude, Bianyifang, and Dadong that I have tasted many times, as well as the dining experience of Donglaishun mutton and Qingfeng steamed buns. If you are interested in the meals of these brands, you can refer to My other travel notes and food and beverage reviews on Ctrip.com.

1. Xinyuanzhai Sour Plum Soup

Sour plum soup is a traditional summer drink in old Beijing. Its main ingredients are ebony, hawthorn, osmanthus, licorice, rock sugar and other materials. It is a rare summer drink in hot summer.

What needs to be mentioned is that the authentic sour plum soup must be made with rock sugar. According to reports, sour plum soup needs to be boiled for a long time to fully exert its effect. If white sugar is used, it will not only taste sweet and greasy, but will easily get angry. Rock sugar is different. It can not only maintain the original flavor of sour plum soup, but also neutralize the excess acidity in sour plum soup. , and the more boiled the rock sugar, the sweeter it is, only a small amount can be added to achieve an excellent effect, which not only makes the sour plum soup taste better, but also prevents the drinker from consuming too much sugar.

A local friend told me that the sour plum soup brand that old Beijingers prefer is Xinyuanzhai.

2. Explosive Belly Feng

Baodu Feng, a Beijing snack, was founded in the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty.

The century-old "Jin Shenglong" is known as Baodu Feng, known for its crispy and tender seasoning and refreshing seasoning. "Bangdu Feng" is famous in the door frame alley inside the big fence of Qianmen. Baodufeng was registered in the State Trademark Office in 1995. Baodufeng's "Baodu Ren Sanpin" was rated as one of the 46 "Chinese Famous Dishes" on April 26, 2000. Baodufeng applied for and established Baodufeng Catering Service Co., Ltd. from 1998 to 1999. Baodu Fengyuan's address is No. 39, Langfang Ertiao, Qianmenwai, Beijing.

A few years ago, due to planning and renovation, the No. 39 house on the north side of Hutongli Road was demolished. In 2016, Baodu Feng was relocated to No. 56 on the south side of Langfang Ertiaoshuanghao Road to continue to operate.

After entering the store, a clerk asked me: How many people? what to eat I answer: alone, what to eat is up to you, as long as it is the most classic meal in your store.

The clerk pointed to the menu and said that the first one is enough for you, don't order the others. It seems that the store really cares about the customers and has no intention of selling more food.

Water burst beef louver, 38 yuan a piece.

Small material: 5 yuan a piece.

Surprisingly, at 16:45 in the afternoon, there were already people waiting outside the store, and it was a hot summer weather of more than 30 degrees, and there was almost no shade outside the store.

3. Chen in the small intestine

Xiaochangchen originated in the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty and has a history of 100 years. It is famous for operating the old Beijing style stewed small intestines.

The stewed small intestine originated from a royal dish "Su made meat", and was later introduced to the folks and evolved into stewed small intestine. Chen Yutian, the third-generation heir of Xiaochang Chen, made the stewed stew—"the intestines are fat but not greasy, the meat is rotten but not bad, the fire is thoroughly cooked but not sticky, and the soup is thick and mellow".

Before liberation, Xiaochangchen had stalls in Tianqiao, Hufang Bridge, Qianmen and Xidan archway, among which the stalls in front of Huabeilou Theater were the most famous. At that time, some famous actors in Liyuan, such as Master Mei Lanfang, Zhang Junqiu, Xin Fengxia, etc., all ordered Wanluzhu for supper after singing the big show. The stewed small intestines made by Chen Yutian are not only unique in taste, but also affordable, and are deeply loved by the people in the capital. People gave the nickname - "Small Intestine Chen".

Xiaochang Chen Yigan has been working for more than 30 years and did not retire until he was 75 years old.

After the reform and opening up, Chen Xiufang, the fourth generation successor, with the support and help of her old father, re-displayed the Xiaochangchen brand on Nanheng Street. She boldly innovated, developed and innovated stewed hot pot, stewed casserole and more than a hundred kinds of off-season dishes, forming her own unique dish series and operating characteristics. It was rated as "Chinese Famous Dishes".

At the dining table, people are waiting for people; buying tickets to eat, people are next to each other, the degree of popularity, seeing is believing, needless to say.

Since I had just eaten Baodufeng before, I only ordered a portion of the most classic small intestine dish, 25 yuan, and even the fire was avoided, because I couldn't eat it anymore.

However, I still need a bottle of sour plum soup, which costs 6 yuan. It may be 2 yuan more expensive to buy in the store than outside, but it is chilled. In such a hot day, cooling off is still the first need.

Coriander for yourself.

4. Jiulongzhai sour plum soup

Jiulongzhai Sour Plum Soup is a traditional drink in the capital, and its origin can be traced back to the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty. According to legend, a small merchant came to the capital to join his uncle who worked in the imperial teahouse. His uncle secretly passed out a secret recipe for court drinks from the imperial tea room for him. According to the secret recipe, small vendors made sweet-scented osmanthus and sour plum soup for sale, which was highly sought after by the people in the capital. Therefore, the merchant asked fellow Hanlin scholars to name it "Jiulongzhai".

According to the "Yanjing Sui Shi Ji" published in the 32nd year of Guangxu: "Sour plum soup is boiled with sour plum and rock sugar, mixed with rose osmanthus ice water, which cools and shakes teeth. Qianmen Jiulongzhai is the first in Kyoto." And Daoguang Jinshi Fang Junyi also wrote in his "Chunming Miscellaneous Memories": "The thirst-quenching plum soup has been iced for a long time, and it is as famous as the Nine Dragons." , Jiulongzhai sour plum soup has since fallen into a trough. If it wasn't for Yanjing Group's intervention, Jiulongzhai, a century-old brand, might have slowly disappeared.

5. Yaoji Fried Liver (at 1:25 pm on August 18, 2011, US Vice President Biden visited China and went to this restaurant for dinner)

The founder of Yaoji Fried Liver Restaurant, Yao Moxian, came to Beijing from Harbin to work after the founding of New China and lived in front of the Drum Tower all the time.

In 1989, the 76-year-old Yao Moxian immediately changed his career from electric welding business to open a breakfast shop, seeing the business opportunity that the public found it difficult to eat breakfast. At that time, none of the Yao family knew how to make fried liver. At that time, a master was invited, and the family members followed suit. They improved while learning, and formed their own characteristics. In the 1990s, the Fried Liver Restaurant was like a breakfast shop for the surrounding residents, with few foreign diners. However, with the popularity of tourism in the Shichahai area, Yaoji Fried Liver Restaurant also became famous and became more and more popular. The small shop also changed from the original Drum Tower East Street moved to the foot of the Drum Tower. Because of its successful operation in Beijing's special snacks, Yaoji Fried Liver Restaurant has entered the hall now, and it has been officially included in travel guide books such as "Playing with China", "Beijing Strategy Completely Controlling Hegemony", "Beijing Snack Map", and has become one of the representatives of Beijing's famous snacks. one.

In August 2011, US Vice President Biden visited China. In order to taste Beijing snacks, he made a special trip to eat here on the afternoon of the 18th. The selected Yaoji Fried Liver Restaurant also attracted attention.

On August 15, 2011, the official microblog of the US embassy in China posted a microblog in which Locke asked netizens to recommend restaurants, which attracted the attention of many netizens. Many netizens recommended him to eat Chinese snack noodles with fried sauce, but the Weibo of the US Embassy in China did not respond. At 1:30 pm on the 18th, the official Weibo of the US Embassy in China posted such a Weibo, "Hi everyone, Vice President Biden is tasting Beijing snacks at a snack bar near the Drum Tower in the center of Beijing."

This is the view inside Yaoji Fried Liver restaurant at 9:45 in the morning.

I also only eat the most famous and classic meals of the store. If I eat too much, I can’t eat it. Others are not the specialty of the store, so there is no need to eat them.

Stir-fried liver is Yao Kee's signature dish and also the most popular snack.

6. Jubaoyuan (located next to Niujie Halal Supermarket, No. 5 Niujie)

The oldest halal shabu-shabu restaurant in Niujie is Jubaoyuan. The authentic hand-cut fresh mutton will not age after a long time. It tastes very tender and has no smell. The sesame sauce is fragrant but not greasy; The store is always crowded with people, and there are often long queues at the takeaway window.

This is around 10:40 in the morning, when the takeaway window was queuing up under the 30-degree scorching sun.

The team on the right buys cooked food, and the team on the left buys snacks.

This window sells cooked food.

This window sells snacks.

In high temperature days, cooked food cannot be stored and carried. I just bought some snacks to take back to Shanghai to eat. I bought so many snacks for only 35 yuan, which is really cheap. I was a little surprised.

Sugar fire, 2 yuan each, bought 6.

Candy ears, 1.5 yuan each, bought 6 pieces.

Sesame sauce biscuits, 1 yuan each, bought 4.

Bean stuffed biscuits, 2.5 yuan each, bought 4.

The reason why these snacks are bought is not because they are cheap, but because they want to eat them. If they want to eat with peace of mind, they have to go to Muslim food stores. To be honest, the sugar fire and sweet ears taste good; the bean filling in the sesame seed cakes is very delicate and generous, and it is not too sweet. It is suitable for all ages, and it is really a good snack food.

7. Yiwanju (at 11:30 on February 9, 2012, Canadian Prime Minister Harper, his wife and Dashan, who were visiting China, came here for lunch)

"Yiwanju" was established in 1995. The main business is old Beijing fried noodles. It provides old Beijing "kouzi cuisine", Manchu cuisine, Shandong cuisine, Beijing Muslim cuisine and Beijing snacks. It is a well-known restaurant with old Beijing characteristics. enterprise.

In addition to old Beijing fried noodles, there are also traditional old Beijing home-cooked dishes. For example, the most distinctive dishes are "Small Chai Chicken, Kelp Stewed Meat, Three Non-sticks" and soy sauce, Jiaoquaner, Mustard Pier, Stir-Fried Red Fruit, Tangjuanguo, and Luokapi that young people in Beijing are no longer familiar with. , paste tazi, bean juice coke rings, etc.

Noodles with fried sauce is the special noodle dish of the store, and Jiaohuan with bean juice is the special dish of the store.

The tables and chairs that the former Canadian Prime Minister Harper, his wife and Dashan used to sit on when they dined were usually "enshrined". On weekends, when there were too many diners, they were removed and the diners' seats were returned to the diners.

A (partial) sample of the meal eaten by the Harpers and the Dashan trio. Drinks: Coca-Cola, Sprite, jujube juice. In addition: soybean juice, fried noodles, etc. are not "on display".

Old soup elbow.

Assorted snack platters.

Mustard mounds.


Osmanthus jujube.

Roll out the dough by hand.

This was our dinner meal for a group of four.

Stewed dumplings, 35 yuan.

Old Beijing bean paste, 24 yuan.

Qianlong cabbage, 20 yuan.

Enema, 19 yuan.

Palace Aiwowo, 20 yuan.

Bean juice with coke ring (sold as a set), 12 yuan a set.

Beilai grabs mutton, 45 yuan.

Butter fried cake, 20 yuan.

Fangshan fried tenderloin, 36 yuan.

The classic old Beijing noodles with fried sauce - diced pork fried noodles, 24 yuan.

Six kinds of vegetables: bean sprouts, shredded radish, celery, shredded cucumber, green beans, and green garlic.

The master of eight treasures - diced meat sauce.

The diced meat sauce is poured in as needed, and I pour it all in, mainly because I don’t want to waste food ingredients.

After mixing well.

The consumption of four people (excluding alcoholic beverages) is 293 yuan, 73 yuan per capita.

8. Tianxingju Fried Liver

Tianxingju Fried Liver Restaurant, formerly known as "Huixianju", opened in Xianyukou outside Qianmen in the first year of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty (1862). The founder Liu Yongkui. At first, Huixianju was a small tavern, selling rice wine and small dishes such as peanuts, preserved eggs, and salted duck eggs.

Tianxingju is famous for its fried liver, which is pleasing in color, fat but not greasy. The heart and lungs in the "white water offal" are removed, and the pig intestines and liver that have been washed to remove the fishy smell are used as raw materials, with onion, ginger, minced garlic, sauce color and thickened, named "fried liver". It is moderately thin and thick. Put it into a trumpet-shaped small bowl like a treasure cup containing crystals. You don’t need chopsticks and spoons when eating. You just need to hold the bottom of the bowl with your hand and turn your lips along the edge of the bowl to drink. It has a special flavor.

9. Chen Kee Braised Small Intestines

Chen Ji Braised Small Intestines was originally opened in 1989 at the west entrance of Langfang Ertiao, and the skills belong to the family inheritance. After the opening of the small shop, the business was good. In the early 1990s, it moved from the west entrance of the alley to the north of the alley inside the road, and it continued to operate until 2006. In that year, Langfang Ertiao was renovated, and the small shop was temporarily moved to the east entrance of Qudeng Hutong not far away. In 2016, the shop returned to Langfang Ertiao.

10. All in one place

Duyi Shaomai restaurant opened in the third year of Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty (1738). The founder was surnamed Wang and originally from Shanxi. It was originally a small hotel in Yixipeng, east of Qianmenwai Dajie Road and south of Xianyukou. After making money, a small building with a facade was built in the seventh year of Qianlong (1742). The operating varieties include small boiled peanuts, rose dates, Malian meat, dried meat and other side dishes. In the seventeenth year of Qianlong, it became famous because the emperor gave it a name and sent a "tiger head" plaque. During the Tongzhi period, siu mai was added, which is characterized not only by its thin skin and filling, but also by its excellent taste.

During the Anti-Japanese War, although the capital was not closed down, the business has been sluggish. Du Yi Yi Shao Mai Restaurant is located at No. 38, East Qianmen Street Road, a bustling area in Beijing. It has a history of more than 260 years.

11. Jingtianhong

In front of a restaurant in the southwest of the intersection of Hufang Bridge, there are always people queuing up to buy takeaway food, which is the "Jingtianhong Fried Cake", which is known as the only one in Beijing.

Fried cake is a snack made of glutinous rice flour, ordinary flour and other raw materials. It is one of the famous traditional snacks in Tianjin. Fried cakes are fried golden and crispy. After one bite, the yellow, white and black colors are distinct. The yellow one is the fried brown skin; the white one is the glutinous rice skin, which is chewy but not sticky to the teeth; the black one is the sweet bean paste. filling.

12. Snacks at Huguo Temple

Huguosi snacks are one of the representatives of local snacks in Beijing. They are famous for their rich varieties, outstanding characteristics, and profound historical and cultural heritage. There are more than 80 kinds of snacks, including Aiwowo, Donkey Roll, Pea Yellow, Elephant Nose Cake, Sanzi Twist, Motuan, Jiaohuan, Noodle Tea, Offal Soup, Bean Juice, etc. It gathers the essence of Beijing-style snacks and is popular in Beijing and all over the country. Loved by guests from all over the world and praised by foreign friends. In the spring of 1999, four chefs of Huguosi Snacks went to Singapore to participate in the latest activity of "Spring to the Riverside to Welcome the New Year". At the state banquet, exquisite snacks have been boarded in the "Hall of Elegance".

Noodle tea, soybean juice.

The plate on the left: honey twist (also known as sugar ears), burnt rings, fried cakes;

Right plate: bagels, pea yellows (also known as pea yellows).

The yellow one is bean noodle cake (also known as donkey rolling), and the white one is called Aiwowo.

13. Lili Restaurant

Lili Restaurant is located in Xianyukou, a bustling business district in Qianmen, Beijing.

Lili restaurant was first built in 1954, and moved from Ertiao, Langfang to its current location in 1958. In the early 1960s, Comrade Guo Moruo often went to the restaurant to taste Sichuan-style dishes. Zhu De, Peng Dehuai, Liu Bocheng, He Long, Chen Yi, Luo Ruiqing, Nie Rongzhen and other Sichuan and Hunan central leaders often visit the restaurant.

In the autumn of 1964, Guo Moruo personally inscribed a plaque for Lili restaurant, and presented a poem "Every grain on the plate is hard work, and the stove is lit on the plate. After eating, it is not easy to think about it. Don't hesitate to gather your energy."

The origin of the name of Lili Restaurant: The name of Lili Restaurant was originally intended to be called "Labor Canteen", which means a place for working people to eat. Considering that there were not many literacy of working people in the society at that time, and the word labor was too cumbersome, the word "Li" in the two characters was chosen, and the name of the store was "Li Li".

The dandan noodles, bean curd, northern Sichuan jelly, hot and sour noodles, etc. of Lili Restaurant are uniquely made, especially authentic, and are very popular among consumers. In 2011, it was recognized as "China Time-honored Brand" by the Ministry of Commerce of China.

On the same day, I tasted the chicken shredded cold noodles and dan dan noodles of Lili restaurant. The dan dan noodles of the store did have a Sichuan taste, but as far as I have eaten in Chengdu, Sichuan, the dan dan noodles, such as Chen Mapo, Long Chaoshou, in fact, no one is the same, whether it is toppings or small ingredients. It can only be said that in Beijing, if you want to eat Sichuan-style Dandan noodles, go to Lili Restaurant, that’s right.

14. Jinfang Muslim Snacks

Jinfang Muslim Snack Bar, formerly known as Rong Xiangcheng, is a famous snack bar in Beijing. In the 15th year of the Republic of China (1926), Manleting, a native of Dezhou, Shandong, was established in the east of Chongwenmenwai Dajie Road.

In 1996, it was moved to Tiantan Road due to road expansion. On July 17, 1998, another Jinfang snack shop was opened on Chongwai Street.

Jinfang Snack Bar mainly deals in Halal snacks, such as Tang Huo Shao, Ai Wo Wo, Ma Tuan, Yipin Shaobing, Cream Fried Cake, etc. The flagship product in the store is the assorted Lantern Festival. Its main features are: when it is boiled, it will float on the water surface and swell. After cooking, the skin will be soft and the filling will be like porridge.

After four times of "moving", the snack bar finally returned to the vicinity of Ciqikou with more than 30 old flavors such as noodle tea, butter fried cake, and Yipin Shaobing, which are familiar to residents.

Jinfang Muslim Snack Bar has been operating as many as 60 varieties, and more than 20 kinds are put in daily. Jinfang can sell more than 1,000 bowls of noodle tea a day. This time, I only ate one bowl of noodle tea when I entered Jinfang, and the price was 4 yuan per bowl.

15. Modern popsicles

Modern Popsicle is a special cold drink on Zhongyang Street, Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province. It is one of the Modern foods. Founded in Harbin in 1906 by Caspian, a French Jew, it has a history of more than 100 years. Its name "Madiel" has been used unchanged from the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China to the liberation.

Modern cold drink is one of the earliest cold drink enterprises in my country. Back then, the handmade sorbet and yogurt were exclusively for the elites and celebrities in the upper class. The characteristics of Mardiel popsicles: "sweet but not greasy, with fragrance in the ice", and no puffing agent, the proportion of solidified products (milk, eggs, etc.) is much higher than that of ice cream.

Modern Popsicle Qianmen is an ice cream shop located at No. 64, Qianmen Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing.

This time in Beijing, my friends in Beijing specially took me to the Modern Ice Cream Shop on Qianmen Street, and tasted two flavors (Italian cookie-flavored popsicles 15 yuan/piece, rum-flavored popsicles 10 yuan/piece) Popsicle, in fact, this kind of popsicle should be called ice cream in Shanghai, because its milk content is very high. The goose down yellow popsicles are square and square, with a simple outer packaging. When you eat them, they melt in your mouth. They are sweet but not greasy, and have a rich milky taste. They are especially delicious. "Delicious" is the consistent quality of Modern popsicles for more than a hundred years. Its quality has been tested by countless consumers, recognized by consumers and spread by word of mouth. No wonder old Beijing took me to Qianmen to taste this popsicle.

16. Deruizhai Shiji Pie

On the afternoon of May 30, 2019, I originally just wanted to go to Jubaoyuan, No. 5 Niujie, to buy some pastries and take them back to Shanghai. Unexpectedly, the accompanying old Beijing said that he would take me to a place and taste a snack.

This place is actually the input alley perpendicular to Niujie, and it also belongs to the Niujie section. It is actually opposite Jubaoyuan and next to the Niujie Mosque.

The store he was going to take me to was called Deruizhai, and it was also a halal snack bar. The store was most famous for its Shiji pie. The arrival time was already 2:15 in the afternoon, and there were still many diners inside and outside the store. Of course, compared with the long queue at the door at 7:00 in the morning, there were not many people.

The customers of Deruizhai are mainly people who live near Niujie. After all, there are not many tourists. Old customers know this place. After eating for so many years, the taste has not changed, and the fillings have not shrunk. Really old taste old portion. The beef scallion pie is the best seller in the store, and it is also the most expensive. It costs 6 yuan each. I also ate a pie with this stuffing. It tastes really good. It is better than other beef pies in the market. The ingredients are sufficient, the skin is not thick, and the taste is authentic.

5. Beijing-style gourmet snacks after eating

1. Beijing is worthy of the title of the three major gourmet cities in China. Beijing has a large urban area, a long history, and a long history of gourmet culture. The capital city of hundreds of years originally gathered catering and snacks from all over China.

2. Many delicacies and snacks in Beijing come from all over the country, and some come from the palace. However, the fact that they can become popular food shows their vitality and love by the people.

3. In Beijing, if there is no guidance from the locals, you will never find the gourmet snacks deep in the alleys that are loved by old Beijing. Some delicacies and snacks may not sound or look delicious, or they should not be delicious, but once you taste them, you will not be able to stop. Every time you come to Beijing, you will have a taste impulse.

4. Beijing’s gourmet snacks belong to Beijing, but they are not from Beijing, because most of these gourmet snacks are from all over the world and have taken root in Beijing. After improvement, they are more suitable for the tastes of Beijingers, so they are called “Beijing-style” delicacies snack.

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First draft July 31, 2018

Revised on August 2, 2018

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Modified on October 6, 2018

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