October 10, 2016

TRAVEL | CHINA - PART 8

Previously: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Continuing on from the previous post, we ended up going to the restaurant as pictured below. It was within a small community with many restaurants, apartment buildings, and general amenities that was entirely closed off from the main road. It was definitely a lot quieter and the air almost felt fresher just being a bit away from the big roads. Everything was covered in ivy and many people came to this area to take pictures too!

IMG_6843

IMG_6845

IMG_6846


The pictures below shows the view that we got from our dining room up top. Just outside, they were having a jam session but it ended up being overpowered by some rock concert somewhere else in the community. 

IMG_6848

IMG_6852

IMG_6860

And finally, the most important part: food. This restaurant is known for its Sichuan food which is basically equivalent to "spicy food" This was one of the most unique restaurants I went to during my time in China just because how they made their standard dishes more unique just through presentation.

IMG_6863
Water-boiled fish with vegetables

IMG_6867
Shrimp and vegetables stir fry

IMG_6873
Mashed roots with a blueberry puree

IMG_6874

IMG_6878

IMG_6879

IMG_6882

IMG_6883

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please leave a comment down below, anything at all :)