Having hot pot in pandas' hometown. Chengdu, is a city with leisure and relax, located at Sichuan Basin. The city also called as most “巴适” (means “comfortable”) city in China. At the 4th Century B. C, Chengdu had become the capital of ancient Shu Country. The location of Chengdu is the center of Sic
A few years ago Hong Kong -- to be crowned by UNESCO as a City of Gastronomy. This speaks volumes to the global influence of fiery Sichuanese / Szechuanese cuisine, arguably the most loved and feared regional culinary tradition to be exported from China. As a traveling foodie I was understandably eager to experience Sichuanese food at its purest and most authentic, which culminated in this 18-day circle trip around Chengdu. Taking advice from the locals we visited several highly-regarded Sichuanese restaurants in Chengdu which, together with the previously reviewed peasant favorites at Dujiangyan and Langzhong, provide a well-rounded snapshot of contemporary Sichuanese cuisine in Sichuan. Food Review: CHUNYANGGUAN (Chengdu) Address: Jixiang Street 6, Qingyang District, Chengdu Hours: 11:00-21:00? Website/Map: Map from Google Directions: Take the metro to People's Park station (or start from the east side of the Kuanzhai Alleys). Walk north on Changshun Shang Street. Turn left on Jixiang Street, about 5 blocks north of the Kuanzhai Alleys. The shop is about 100m down Jixiang Street on the left side. See the picture of the storefront below.