DEEP Chinese Street Food Tour in Beijing, China | BEST Unknown Street Foods + PEKING DUCK


Street Food – Chinese Street Food – EGG Breakfast Jianbing – BEST Street Food in China.
Featuring all The BEST, HIDDEN, and DEEP Street food you can find in Peking’s Hutongs! Like the famous egg Jian bing for breakfast, and a giant, cheap Peking duck for dinner. We ate a lot of unique and rare Chinese street foods that you must try, all throughout Beijing’s Hutongs! I brought a long time friend – Chuchu, to join me for eating Beijing’s best Street food!

In this Chinese Street Food tour video, I’m going to take you on a food street journey to many delicious, mouthwatering street food places around Beijing, AKA Peking, in Northern China. If you’re thinking about traveling to China for the street food, make sure to come visit Beijing. You can enjoy unique Chinese street foods hidden in Beijing’s Hutong Alleyways and try some classic Chinese cuisine favorites like Peking duck AKA Beijing duck, Jian bing ( 煎饼) AKA Chinese crepes, and a ton of other hidden specialties.
In the past 3 years, I’ve shot and eaten street food around China, including locations like Chengdu, Lanzhou, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Beijing, Wuhan, Leshan, Shanghai, and Xinjiang’s Silk Road. So far, the street food in each of these locations has been the best street food around the world!

Chinese cuisine is so fantastic, it would really take a lifetime to eat all of it. I consider myself super lucky and fortunate to be able to live in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, eating Sichuan food and sampling food across the whole country whenever I get the chance. I’ve decided to stay living in China for another year or two or even more, shooting delicious street food in china for you and across asia as well!

Here are the addresses and locations and restaurant names for the Chinese street food I had in this Beijing travel video. Most locations were deep in Beijing’s Hutong alleyways!

1) Famous beijing breakfast Jianbing – AKA Chinese Crepe
2) Delicious Sesame butter porridge made from millet AKA Miancha:
3) Very stinky Douzhi fermented green bean porridge (even stinkier than stinky tofu!)
4) Organ soup and specialty Beijing zhajiang noodles AKA Zhajiangmian!
5) Beijing Duck / Peking duck!


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