After driving for a whole day before reaching the foot of Mount Emei, I can finally treat my hungry belly well! The inn we booked is located near Hao Chi Street. After setting up the luggage in the room, I can’t wait to come here. The entire Haochi Street area is brightly lit, and there is a lot of excitement in the shuttle. The snacks and stir-fries, as well as the spicy hot pot and various barbecues from all over the country are dazzling, and almost every one has a clearly marked price, and it will not feel slaughtered (I think many people They should all have the experience of being slaughtered in the scenic spot). Although they all seemed pretty good, when we really had to decide which restaurant to eat, the four of us really made a choice barrier!
The Chusanchu tofu nao in downtown Emei is said to be the most distinctive snack in Emei. I took a taxi to taste it. It’s really good, and I recommend it!
There are so many to eat. Recommend tofu brain, sago and chicken feet. BBQ is also great
[Scenery] Sichuan specialties, various snacks, satisfying
At the foot of Mount Emei. Similar gears, mainly for tourists. Mainly Sichuan cuisine, the overall evaluation is average, the taste is good, and the environment is slightly messy. People who like quiet may not like it here, but it is a good opportunity to experience local life. Recommended dishes: yellow stew, stir-fried wild vegetables, all kinds of ice powder, phoenix fish, stir-fried wild vegetables, mushroom stewed chicken, boiled Sanjiang fish, ice white fungus, stir-fried wild gray ash, egg badala, wolf tooth potatoes, Steamed Jiang Tuan, Chen Sanhuang Braised Chicken, Rabbit Head, Cross-legged Beef, Yellow Braised Chicken, Yellow Braised Series, Grilled Fish, Bobo Chicken, Xiba Tofu, Griddle, I recommend it to everyone!
Preston_Dominguez: Bailong South Road, Emeishan City, Leshan City (near Emei Building)
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Dafochan Temple,Food Street,Emei City,Donghu Wetland Park,Bailong Square