There is an ancient Chinese remark still going around like this "Food is the paramount necessity of people." Food is one of the most important parts in your journey. Shaanxi Cuisine which is known as Qin Cuisine is the culinary representative in the northwest China. Especially, Xi'an has its own diversity and is proud of the unique cuisine. That will be the best described as a fusion of Middle Eastern and Chinese foods. Xi'an famous foods include the Liang Pi (Cold Skin), Mutton Paomo, Rou Jia Mo, Guan Tang Baozi, Xi'an Dumplings. Where could you find these Xi'an snacks? The Muslim Quarter is a good place to look for Xi'an restaurants.
The Muslim Quarter is one of the most popular attractions in Xi'an. The Xi'an snacks here attract a large number of tourists every day. The Muslim Quarter is so close to the Drum Tower that it is easy to find it. The restaurants here are serve their food in relatively cheap prices. You also can find many street foods here. It is mostly sold after sunset or near the night clubs after 11:00 PM. The street food offers a variety of local dishes, ranging from noodle soups, dumplings and hot pot. The area of street food has an incredibly strong scent mixed from all the surrounding kitchens and street food vendors all so close to each other. Most of these snacks and dishes can date back hundreds of years and each with their own story.