Here’s my beef chow mein from a sidewalk kitchen we like to call “Filthy Delicious.”
Here’s the rice menu on the wall at the noodle and rice place down the street. I know what most of the menu means, but I probably shouldn’t pronounce anything for you.
This is the menu at the 小笼包 place I like so much. The have two kinds of soup dumplings (8 for 3 kuai) and then one kind of soup: duck blood cubes with thin noodles (5 kuai per bowl).
And these, of course are those spicey meat pastries I like so much. They’re fried, and they’re only 1.7 kuai. I thought I was taking a picture of the name of the pastry, but no, the characters say something like “pay here.”
Finally, here’s a video of the making of 煎饼(