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In this Chinese street food tour of Chengdu, China, we’re bringing you to eat at 4 classic Chengdu foods. Chinese cooking is some of the best in the world, and in Chengdu, China, the cuisine is world famously known as Sichuan cuisine or Szechuan cuisine. It is spicy and numbing and covered in delicious Chili oil. I moved here to Chengdu specifically to be able to eat spicy and delicious Chinese street foods.

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In this Chinese street food tour video, we’re starting out with one of China’s most famous foods; DUMPLINGS. In Chengdu, they are different from the rest of China. Here, they are boiled and covered in a thick and spicy chili oil that leaves you so SATISFIED! These are some of the most satisfying dumplings ever! I must admit though, the filling could have been more plump. If you are traveling to Chengdu to eat Szechuan cuisine, I would personally recommend trying the red chili oil wontons first.

And after those amazing dumplings in Chengdu, we’re eating another famous dish in Sichuan cuisine, RABBIT. Eating rabbit is very famous in Sichuan, and here in Chengdu, locals love it in a numbing and spicy Szechuan Sauce. But we wanted to try a more UNIQUE style of eating rabbit in Sichuan, on top of noodles. So we visited a local rabbit noodle joint and ate a couple unique bowls of Chinese Sichuan noodles. The first was the rabbit noodles, where the rabbit is served to you in thin slices covered in chilies, ginger, and onions. You then pour it over top of your thick and spicy chili oil broth noodle bowl. It was absolutely delicious. The next bowl of spicy noodles that we ordered was the beef noodle soup – red braised beef noodle soup. Super delicious and spicy!

After eating those 2 bowls of delicious Sichuan noodles, we are bringing you to a nice original fly restaurant of Chengdu, Mingting fandian. The fly restaurants of Chengdu are old locations that are sometimes less than cleanly but have incredible food! Nowadays most fly restaurants in Chengdu are actually really clean and you don’t have to worry about getting sick from eating the street food. At mingting restaurant, we ordered a river carp, spicy pork blood, spare ribs, fried sticky rice strips, Sichuan sausages, twice cooked pork, and pig brain tofu. It was all incredibly delicious!

And for our final meal in this Chinese street food tour of Chengdu, China, we’re going for one of the most famous foods to try in Sichuan, HOT POT! We found a local 9 section hot pot that serves spicy and delicious hot pot and is always busy! For detailed addresses to these restaurants and street foods, make sure to visit my full Chinese food guide to Chengdu, China:

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  2. I feel so sad watching over your food ranger videos now in 2020 wondering what one mistake or thought to kill leaked COVID-19 to the whole world and all these good food featured in these videos are fighting to survive or even closed down.

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  3. wow that pork blood reminds me of when I was a kid, my dad used to do the same with chicken blood! I still can't eat it or any intestines/ofal! I had many bowls of plain boiled rice my dad used to go mad lol! still the food looked good…….who want's my fish eye?

  4. I am inspired of the ranger's courage,there is nothing that he can't taste.Thank you for sharing so manny food for us. We all love you,good guy,great videos,great jop!

  5. How the fu*k can someone just kill a rabit and serve it everyday with noodles…they are monsters on earth…corona is just an example of their unhygienic and dreadful eating habits