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Came across this while checking out some historical sites nearby.Firstly, it is within walking distance of a few other attractions, the yellow crane tower included(about 20 mins). They also got a good variety of all the local delicacies for u to try and the presentation...More
like so many Chinese Alleys, walking streets, this is just one in a thousand. Was expecting to get really good local tastes, but like so many other tourist attractions, they fall short on delivering quality food, service and environment to wow the tourists
It's just a heaven of gourmands, and people born in Wuhan like me.
Left my home town for years, I am dreaming of the food almost every night, hot dry noodle, soy milk, smelly bean curd, a lot of other food don't even know how...More
If you want to try identical Chinese food you must be here. This place contain a lot of various dishes from Chinese kitchen. There is I had tried the most popular dish in Wuhan it's hot dry noodle and it was amazing.
If you wanted to look for local food, this is the place to go. The street offers a wide range of ready cooked food - very pretty to look at. Even if you don't plan to buy, it is worth just walking through it. Please...More
Hubu Alley is a famous walking food street in Wuhan/China where is just next to Yellow Crane Tower & Yangtze River Bridge.If you want to enjoy varieties tasty food here it is better you empty your stomach before taken your dinner because there are plenty...More
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To be honest I would not do the fish pedicure at all. Some of the fish were actually spreading diseases because of the environment they were kept in. I would especially not do this if you are a diabetic or have... More
To be honest I would not do the fish pedicure at all. Some of the fish were actually spreading diseases because of the environment they were kept in. I would especially not do this if you are a diabetic or have dermatological issues. Besides you can get this done in Southeastern Asia where it is cheaper and more sanitary.