Shanghai Night Street Snack Food Adventure
If there's somewhere to experience a full out cultural shell shocking, the night markets are the place to go. You will be picked up at 06:30 pm from your hotel and transferred you to the Night Food Market near the City God Temple. There are plenty of vendors offering a selection of snacks that you might haven't seen before: Roasted Mutton Cubes on spit, Garlic fans steamed scallop in shell, Fried bean curd and beef with cayenne pepper, Spicy Crayfish and more. Actually, most street foods have been renovated due to sanity and noise issue.
The most popular snack street in the city – the renovated Wujiang Road is your next stop. Many old restaurants along this road are famous for authentic and delicious Shanghai snacks such as fried buns, wonton, soup dumplings, crab shell pie and more. There are western-style restaurants too, providing you with many food choices. Take dinner at a restaurant that you prefer and return to your hotel afterwards.
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