Right next to the Drum Tower, a bustling area full of streets oﬀering an abundance of Muslim street food, restaurants and diﬀerent shops, perfect for buying souvenirs. Muslim Street or The Muslim Quarter, is a paved road with blue-gray flagstones and shaded by trees, along which the archaized stores of the Ming (1368-1644) and the Qing (1644-1911) dynasties are in line, and they’re all operated by the Hui ethnic people.
One of the most famous dishes of Xi’an is the roujiamo — marinated beef or lamb stuffed inside a freshly baked bun.
Another traditional Uygur dish found here is the yangrou paomo — pita bread soaked in lamb soup. You can find a variety of soups here with all kinds of meats in them, including sheep blood.
Then there’s the bean threads in Shaanxi flavoring and of course, the Xi’an dumplings.
Xi’an is also known for its cold noodles, which can be made from rice or from flour. On this street there are dozens of noodle stalls, where you can ask for cold noodle dish — you won’t regret it!
Getting there: Metro Line 2 to Zhonglou Station, Exit B and walk for about 6 minutes.
Address: Huimin Street No. 125 Beiyuanmen, Lianhu District莲湖区北院门 125号
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