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Suan Tang Yu (Sour Soup Fish)

Suan Tang Yu is another typical Guiyang dish Originating in the Miao region, this dish has become a typical dish for Guiyang.


Si Wa Wa

Siwawa could be the cheapest snack in Guiyang. It literarily means the Baby because it takes the shape of a baby in swaddling clothes. Actually it is a thin cake made of flour and stuffed with various sliced cooked vegetables such as the carrot, radish, celerie and other vegetables. Sour and spicy juices are necessities when tasting the Si Wa Wa. You will find this snack is a little bit hot, crisp, sour and refreshing.


Chang Wang Noodles

A typical morning in Guiyang should start with a bowl of Chang Wang Noodles. The name of Chang Wang implies auspiciousness. The noodles are a little bit chewy due to the large amount of eggs used with the flour. Another important ingredient in the bowl is cuishao, which is deep-fried pork. With a long history of more than 100 years, Chang Wang Noodle has been highly-praised by the local people. Today, Chang Wang Noodle restaurants can be seen all over Guiyang, and many residents prefer to begin their day with a bowl, together with some refreshing pickles.


Lian'ai Doufu Guo

It has both an interesting name and an interesting method of preparation: cut a piece of bean curd horizontally, fill it with sliced meat and vegetables, then toast the bean curd until it turns golden and then sprinkle with sesame oil, hot pepper, soy sauce, vinegar and other condiments. Bean Curd in Love tastes peppery, slippery and delicious. You can eat it in most streets and markets of Guiyang.

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