Wángfǔjǐng Snack Street
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Dōng’ān Mén Remains
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Ten Fu's Tea Culture House
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This six-screen cinema, inside Wángfǔjǐng's Oriental Plaza, always has at least one English-language option being screened.
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west off Wangfujing Dajie, 王府井大街西侧 · interesting places nearby
Wángfǔjǐng Snack Street information
Fronted by an ornate archway, this pedestrianised lane is lined with cheap-and-cheerful food stalls that are always busy. There are dishes from all over China, including málà tàng (a spicy soup from Sìchuān) and zhájiàngmiàn (Běijīng noodles in fried bean sauce), as well as skewers, savoury pancakes and oodles of noodles. Not all stalls have prices listed, but most things cost around ¥10 for a portion.