Dazhong Alley is next to Zhangye Road. There are many old-fashioned restaurants inside. When I went there, it happened to be refurbished. It was difficult to get around from the small alley next to the Chenghuang Temple. There are many shops selling beef noodles, braised beef, and mutton dumplings. We chose Du Kee Desserts and tried some Lanzhou snacks such as gray beans, meat patties, glutinous rice, and stuffed skins. The price is not too expensive, you can try it.
The transformed Dazhong Lane has become a slum area in modern Lanzhou after years of baptism.
Turning from Zhangye Road into Dazhong Street, first come to Jincheng Old Bowl for a bowl of beef noodles. The price is good enough to fly. Compared to our Shanghai, it feels like no money. In order to save our belly, we 2 people came to order a B set of beef Noodles, meat, egg and yogurt are 18 yuan, plus a sauced beef for 1 to 10 yuan, and a sea bamboo shoot for 7 yuan, 35 yuan to eat, we regret it, because it is so delicious that we are afraid of filling our stomachs, so it is good to cut the half quickly Bowl of noodles and soup are all finished. Next, the sweets are all tempting, the gray bean soup is thick and delicious. The grilled lamb skewers, fresh meat can be seen, and the skewers' formation made me stunned. The sauced beef is fragrant, and the buns are comfortable to look at. I walked all the way and marveled. I love Lanzhou so much. I stayed for 3 nights and didn't want to leave. I hate that I don't have too many stomachs and eat all my greedy eyes. The anti-theft facilities in residential buildings next to the street opened my eyes.
There are many delicious foods in Dazhongxiang. Jincheng noodles are the first to fry, Du Kee sweets are all here, and Ma San potato chips are also nearby. I am worried that my stomach is not big enough. I feel that many tourists come here, and most of them are pulled over by Ma Zilu's several stores. Locals prefer noodle restaurants that suit their appetite. I went in and looked for the Roujiamo, but it wasn't so.
There are many snack streets in Lanzhou. Dazhong Alley and Zhengning Road on Zhangye Road are famous food streets. There are many time-honored brands in Lanzhou, such as Ma Zilu Beef Noodles, Du Ji Sweets, etc. I feel that breakfast, lunch and dinner can be Get it inside. Dazhong Lane, more than 600 meters away from Zhongshan Bridge, has Ma Zilu Beef Noodles, which was famous in "A Bite of China". It is located in the middle of Dazhong Lane. The signs are a bit faded and not easy to find. Use the map to navigate from Zhongshan Bridge. Past. There are a lot of diners, a total of two floors, the second floor is mostly tourists from other places, and the beef noodle set is more expensive than the first floor. The lobby on the first floor mainly sells noodles, plain noodles for 7 yuan a bowl, and beef for 80 yuan a catty. Be sure to go early and close at around 2pm every day when the noodles are sold out. Buy a ticket at the door and go to the window to pick up. Maybe the difference in eating habits and personal tastes, I really think it is very ordinary, and the ramen here is basically no vegetables, not far from the pedestrian street to Zhongshan Bridge, the night view is good.
The food street in Northwest China is comparable to Xi'an Huimin Alley. There are time-honored restaurants along the street, providing customers with a variety of Gansu specialties, rich in variety, pure flavors, and moderate consumption. It is a place not to be missed when visiting the local area.