Huangshan Dining - Restaurants
Hui cuisine with more than a hundred year's history is one of the Eight Major Cuisines of China. Hui, unlike others, features wild game. Cooking methods feature braising in soy sauce, stewing and steaming. Originating in Shexian County, Huangshan City, it is strict about choosing materials, and making sure of freshness and tenderness.
Steaming Shiji: Shiji is a kind of batrachia (frog or toad) living in mountain brooks. The shiji is cooked with a sauce of ham and fungi in the bamboo steamer. The taste is fresh, tender and refreshing.
Stewed Shi'er and Chicken: Shi'er is a kind of fungus steamed with chicken.
Shadi Mati Turtle: It with high nutritive value selects and uses big turtles sauced with ham, stewed in a terrine on a slow fire.
Huizhou Odorous Bean Curd: Odorous bean curd is a tough bean curd following fermenting, the surface of which is a layer of 'hair'. It is fried, braised in soy sauce, steamed and baked. Every style has its own features.
Featuring traditional Hui dishes, Laojie Diyi Lou is one of the most popular ones. With moderate prices and elegant sanitary surroundings, Laojie Diyi Lou is always full of people. Reservations strongly suggested.
Average cost per person: CNY58
Address: No. 247, Tunxi Old Street
Tunxi Huicai Guan (Tunxi Hui cuisine Restaurant)
Average cost per person: CNY47
Address: Huangshan West Road, Tunxi district
Shilin Grand Hotel
Shilin Grand Hotel offers not only traditional Hui style dishes, but also additional ones created by their excellent cooks. While developing them, Shilin Grand Hotel explored the Shilin Banquet. Any offering will add unique flavors to your tour.
Address: North Sea Sight Spot
Piyun Hui Fu Cai (Piyun Hui-Cuisine Restaurant)
Piyun Hui Fu Cai provides very genuine Hui dishes. Here, the recommended food includes Taibai Fish Head Soup, Five Spiced Donkey's Meat, Zhuangyuan Tofu in Casserole, Griddle-Cooked String Beans and Cucumber with Sauce. Especially, the mushroom soup is best worth trying.
Average cost per person: CNY100
Address: No.7-9 Binjiang Road East
Hui Shang Gu Li (Anhui Merchants' Hometown)
Hui Shang Gu Li is decorated very grandly. It offers traditional Anhui food on sale. The dry bean curd, dry bamboo shoot, egg dumplings and salted preserved meat are quite tasty. It is located on the south side of the railway station and is about 64 kilometers from Mt. Huangshan Scenic Area.
Average cost per person: CNY115
Address: No.12 Xianrendong Road, Tunxi District
In HS City: At Tunxi Laojie, there are McDonald's and Discos.