Food Photo of Yangshuo, Guangxi Province, China

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Food Photo of Yangshuo, Guangxi Province, China

 

 

As much as Yangshuo is a beloved travel destination, it welcomes travelers with the broad selection of food. I had some hard time to find myself enjoying the area, but eventually I discovered right places with the right food. Even we met a restaurant owner who are interested in showing his kitchen and cooking skills. You can check the “Beerfish” video that I made with Harry.  They have a rich selection of fresh water fish and snails from Li River, chickens around the countryside – even alive, claypot rice and there’s the famous Guilin rice noodle. Even there are more choices in the market for fruits and bake goods. Also there are numbers of cafes and bars that suit backpackers’ needs. Cafes with both Chinese and western food, quiet and comfortable atmosphere, good quality coffee and there’s even wi-fi. There are photos of food that I enjoyed in Yangshou, China.

 

Guilin Rice Noodle Yangshuo Guangxi China

Guilin Rice Noodle

 

Preserved egg congee Yangshuo Guangxi China

Preserved egg and pork congee

 

Live Chicken Gaotien market Guangxi China

Chicken for dinner?

Dumpling at Dynasty Dumpling

Beijing style dumplings

Guilin Rice Noodle

Guilin Rice Noodle with more radish

Stuffed Tofu Gaotian market Guangxi China

Stuffed tofu

Countryside Breakfast at Kellys Yangshuo Guangxi China

Special birthday breakfast at Kelly’s cafe

 

Stuffed Snail Yangshuo Guangxi China

Stuffed snail – snails from Li River

Twice cooked pork with pepper Yangshuo Guangxi China

Twice cooked pork with pepper

pork with sliced pepper Yangshuo Guangxi China

Pork with sliced pepper

 

Sour bamboo shoot claypot Yangshuo Guangxi China

Sour bamboo shoot claypot

Minced spiced pork mixed noodle at Gans Yangshuo Guangxi China

Minced spiced pork mixed noodle at Gan’s

Beef noodle at Gans Yangshuo Guangxi China

Beef noodle at Gan’s

Twiced cooked pork claypot Yangshuo Guangxi China

Twiced cooked pork claypot

Eggplant Claypot Yangshuo Guangxi China

Eggplant Claypot

Pork Dumpling at Kellys Yangshuo Guangxi China

Pork Dumpling at Kelly’s

Fried Dumpling at Gans Yangshuo Guangxi China

Fried Dumpling at Gan’s

Guilin Rice Noodle with more vege Yangshuo Guangxi China

Guilin Rice Noodle with more vegetables

Beerfish Yangshuo Guangxi China

The amazing Beerfish

 

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Juno Kim
Juno Kim
Juno Kim, a happiness-seeking storyteller. Photographer, writer, and trained mechanical engineer. Life-long nerd. I left the cubic farm to follow my true love: the world. A firm believer of serendipity, astronomy enthusiaster, and living by passion and love in life. Currently, on a quest to discover stories and find the place where I can call 'home'. Follow my journey through @RunawayJuno and Google+ .

4 Comments

  1. Ross says:

    Hi Juno,
    I am just about to go out and get some Chinese food. I planned to before I saw this post. Wish I could order some Guilin rice noodles here.
    You said you had a hard time enjoying the Yangshuo area and in another post you mentioned that Jinghong, Xishuangbanna was one of the few areas in China you liked. What was it that you didn’t like about China?

    Thanks for the photos.

  2. Mark Wiens says:

    Ohh Juno, I’m so hungry now. I was just in Yangshuo for a month and had a great time eating all these same dishes, loved them! The Li River snails were so good too!

  3. […] Guangxi Province is well known for the scenery. We were also there for explore the scenery but we discovered another Guangxi’s winning point: the food. It is not as charismatic as Sichuanese food, and not well known as Beijing style, but is certainly enjoyable. While I was staying in Yangshuo and Gulin, I had lots of good foods, and here are the photos: Food of Yangshuo, Guangxi, China. […]

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