This is a fascinating private collection of ceramics, painted scrolls and religious carvings displayed as they were meant to be – in the...
Túnxī Old Street
Running a block in from the river, Old St is lined with restored Ming-style Huīzhōu buildings. It's definitely touristy – every block is...
With a corner positioning at the heart of Lao Jie, this 90-year-old restaurant is a fun place to sample Huīzhōu cuisine. Various stews...
1 Haidi Xiang; 海底巷1号 · interesting places nearby
Gāotāng Húndūn information
Duck down a little alley opposite 120 Lao Jie for what is essentially an ancient food cart inside an even more ancient Qing-dynasty home – run by a 12th-generation húndūn (wonton) seller and his family. The speciality is obviously the wontons, made to order and with super-thin skin, though there are other dishes, like fried jiǎozi (stuffed dumplings), on the menu too.