It is a bit like the Confucius Temple in Nanjing. It has an antique architectural style, especially when the lights are lit at night. It has various snacks, such as roast duck intestines, and some sweet-scented osmanthus glutinous rice wine (the price is not cheap). There is also Xiaoyao Building nearby. There is a stone tablet with Yan Zhenqing's handwriting.
The Yanjie Market Food Street is located in Guilin’s East-West Alley near the Lijiang River Bridge frontage, where a variety of Guangxi specialties gather. In fact, I prefer to go to a separate restaurant because it feels more comfortable and distinctive. This kind of food street is usually of average quality.