Zhangjiajie Hunan food & street food is one of the least famous food in China yet it an extremely good to your tastebud. What to eat in Zhangjiajie China? Click into this video to know more about the delicacy of Hunan food and street foods. This video was taken during my China trip to Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. If you are interested into amazing nature scenery, check the link below.
In this video, you get to see authentic 10 dishes Hunanese cuisine dine in various restaurant. Some dishes may repeated as there are common food in Zhangjiajie Hunan. You also can see many type of Zhangjiajie Hunan street foods such as rice crackers, steam buns, traditional chinese candies, fruits, chinese naan tandoori, fried potatoes, fried sausages as well as exotic foods; fried scorpions, fried bees, fried centipede & fried larva.
Visiting Zhangjiajie will bring you closer to the minority group of Tujia. In Zhangjiajie which situated in Hunan Province,China, the food culture is a mixture of Hunan cuisine and minority Tujia cuisine. In recent years, many modern food are influx deeply into Zhangjiajie. However, in every corner of Zhangjiajie, you will definitely able to find authentic Zhangjiajie food.
Zhangjiajie Hunan food mostly taste salty and dry spiciness Compare to SzeChuan style, it is more moderate (without the numb spiciness). I believe Zhangjiajie food will be easily accepted by all people from around the world
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