Worth a visit, lots of snacks, lots of people,
This street is next to the famous Islamic Nanguan Great Mosque in Yinchuan. The street is more than 100 meters long. On both sides are basically Chenzhen restaurants, which sell haggis, ramen, barbecue and other dishes. There is also a cabaret. It should be lively at night.
This street is next to the Nanguan Mosque. The street looks like a hundred meters. It is basically all restaurants, with the feeling of barbecue beer. Many shops have tables and chairs. It is probably very lively at night. You can also eat authentic ramen here, right at the corner of the street.
Knowing that Niujie still started in Beijing, I didn't expect that there is also Niujie in Yinchuan, full of beef and mutton barbecues. It’s just that the weather in Yinchuan today is very cold, and there is a rare blizzard. It seems that there are few diners. It is also relatively deserted, and it is estimated that the temperature will come up with more guests.
Just next to the Nanguan Mosque in Yinchuan, a short street, probably less than 200 meters. Except for the torii at the door, there are no other antique shops. They are all shops selling halal beef and mutton specialties.
Niujie area can be reached by subway. There are 2 subway stations nearby i.e Caishikou and Guang'anmen. The nearest to the mosque is Guang'anmen Inner Station. There are plenty of halal food.