Experience The Incredible Food Culture At Beijing

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The cultural aspects of Beijing have survived both time and war.
The city still boasts wonderful architecture, fascinating museums and numerous pieces of intricate artwork. This can be said of its local cuisine as well; Beijing has maintained its own unique gastronomic flavors. Experience the incredible Food Culture at Beijing Having said that, the Beijing dining scene is influenced by many different culinary traditions from across the country.

Shandong has had the greatest influence on Beijing cuisine with its seafood ingredients, creamy soups, clear broths, and crisp, salty, fresh and tender flavors. Inner Mongolian cuisine has also had a great impact on Beijing. Derived from the traditions of ethnic Mongols, this cuisine prizes dairy products and red meats, with typical dishes including roasted leg of lamb or roasted whole sheep.

Imperial cooking is the foundation of Beijing cuisine though, having evolved over time to be enjoyed by all Chinese people. It is characterized by complex food preparation techniques, fresh ingredients and elaborate presentations that include colorful vegetable carvings.
Experience Beijing like a local by going on a food tour. You get to visit street food vendors, restaurants and markets and have an insight Chinese cuisine as you sample local favorites. Try to sign up with small-group tours to ensure a more personalized experience, as you: Enjoy a Peking duck meal to the melodious strains of the Peking Opera.

It is often said that there are two things one must do when visiting Beijing: one is to take a stroll on the Great Wall, and the other is to enjoy the roast duck. There's nothing quite like dining in Hufangqiao district on perfectly roasted duck with tender, succulent meat and crispy bronzed skin. Snack through exotic dishes at the Wangfujing street market, one of Beijing's most famous shopping streets.

The street is packed densely with street food stalls and restaurants at which you can sample a dizzying array of snacks from every corner of China. These range from common street food fare like the chuanr or meat kebabs that are typically made from lamb to the more exotic fried scorpions and snake kababs.

The desserts are also good too, with the tangulu-candied fruit on a stick being one of the most popular. Sample authentic local Chinese cuisine at a Hutong traditional neighborhood. Meet the owners of diverse eateries, restaurants, bakeries and food shops where you can learn about the 8 culinary traditions of China: Anhui, Hunan, Fujian, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong, Szechuan and Cantonese. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere of Beijing by night with a visit through historic Shichahai.

A scenic area, Sichahai contains the city's largest and best-preserved block, and visitors can join locals as they enjoy its unique cultural ambiance and indulge in the nighttime attractions of the city. Sichahai is also the site of the most popular of Beijing's snack streets, which features a plethora of traditional local snack shops.

Here you can sample Baodu or the Fried Cow or bắc kinh Lamb Stomachs dressed in delicious sauce, which is a traditional snack in Beijing. Visitors to the Sichahai area can also savor the tasty Quanjude roast duck. Go on a stroll past bustling bars and cafes in Nanluoguxiang Alley where you will be dazzled by the fine expressions of Chinese calligraphy, the highest form of visual art in China.

After your tour, you may explore further on your own. During your visit to China, be sure to take a personal food [ ] , du lịch bắc kinh where your [ ] will explain the meats and vegetables in each dish, their preparation and consumption styles in order to give you a fantastic insight into the authentic local cuisine and eating habits.