Located on Datong Road in the old city of Xiamen, Jiawei Zaitian is one of the few time-honored restaurants in Xiamen. This year's National Day holiday finally appeared in line, and the hall was full of diners. This restaurant was founded by the old man Wu Zaitian. It mainly deals in various local Xiamen snacks, such as yam buns, sand tea noodles, oil onion kueh, salty kueh, and five-xiang teow. All snacks you can think of are available here at affordable prices. It's just the old shop, old service, and so-so environment, full of fireworks. It is worthwhile to come to Xiamen for tourism.
Jiawei Zaitian is an old-fashioned snack bar located on Datong Road. The decoration is slightly outdated and the service attitude is average. The store operates a variety of traditional Xiamen snacks. We ordered taro buns, prawn noodles, scallion fruit, etc. The taste was ok.
This time-honored restaurant on Datong Road can be said to be known to everyone in Xiamen. It was originally called Wu Zaitian, but due to some changes at home, it was renamed Jiawei Zaitian Snack Bar, where you can eat almost all Xiamen snacks.
The most primitive way to order food is to buy with a ticket. At the sales office, you can tell the dishes you want to eat, exchange the money for the ticket, and then use the ticket to pick up the food in each dish area, and finally take it in place by yourself.
I like taro buns. The outer layer is made of taro mash. The inside is full of fillings, such as diced meat, bamboo shoots, and tofu. It is soft and glutinous, fragrant and not greasy.
Jiawei adds a snack bar, an old Xiamen brand snack bar. Old Xiamen people like to come here early in the morning to eat a bowl of hot snacks. Jiawei Zaitian's snack bar still maintains the original ticket-buying style. It is very simple. He likes his taro buns, stewed noodles, prawn noodles, flat food, barbecued pork, etc. They are delicious, but hygiene needs to be improved! ! !
The feelings of the old Xiamen people, although they have gone through the name dispute of Wu Zaitian, the taste remains the same as before. In the era of soaring prices, you can still eat the noodles, noodle paste, and meat in memory for four or five yuan. The taste of rice dumplings, and did not take the route of tourist shops, but mainly local diners. The waiters are all elderly aunts, and there are neighbors who speak Hokkien dialect everywhere, and they are especially kind. The environment is not good, but it is clean. You must first go to the service counter to change the ticket, and then go to the stall to pick up things.
Xiamen's time-honored brand was originally private, but later it became public. The location is on Datong Road near the direction of the ferry. The store is very large and crowded. There are rows of food cabinets at the door, where you can eat and cook, and you can see the whole process. Basically all the famous Xiamen snacks are gathered here. The so-called delicious food is not expensive, 20 yuan is enough to eat. I only ate taro buns as a dessert this time, it still tastes old, not bad! I bought a piece of radish cake by the way, I cut it to serve with tea when I went home, and I will eat other varieties next time. I will miss it if I don’t eat it for a long time...
Located on Datong Road, Jiawei Zaitian is a comprehensive local specialty snack bar in Xiamen for some years. Speaking of comprehensive type, it is because they have a rich variety of local snacks, such as sand tea noodles, noodle paste, prawn noodles, etc. For tourists, there is no need to go to every alley and look for it. ! However, this restaurant has been in Xiamen for many years and is located in the old city (near Zhongshan Road, in the alley diagonally opposite the ferry terminal), so more local diners. The store is quite large, and the order is still old-fashioned. After thinking about the variety, pay at the cashier and change it into a food stamp, then go to each stall to choose the meal you want. Came here in the afternoon and ordered the fried five-spice and taro buns, paired with Xiamen’s unique sweet and spicy sauce, which was salty and delicious. The prices are also very affordable, and snacks are mostly just a few yuan.