Anhui restaurants

Top Choice Huizhou in Tunxi

Lao Jie Yīlóu Shíyè

Considered the best restaurant on Old St, this is the place to splash out on Huīzhōu delicacies, like tiánluó (田螺; pond snails), here braised in a plate-licking concoction of soy sauce and spices. Also excellent is …
Top Choice Vegetarian in Jiuhua Shan

Qíyuán Vegetarian

Come here to sample (and study: the picture menu is well translated) the exotic edible fungi, shoots and roots of the mountain. Dishes range from humble Chinese chestnuts flavoured with osmanthus (a flowering shrub;…
Top Choice Dumplings in Tunxi

Gāotāng Húndūn

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 speciali…
Huizhou in Tunxi

Měishí Rénjiā

Měishí Rénjiā is designed to please everyone: if you want to dig in deep on local specialities, you can find chòu guìyú (臭鳜鱼; fermented mandarin fish; ¥108) here. If you just want something light and cheap, you can …
Huizhou in Tunxi

Tóngjùlóu Huīcaì

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 and dishes of braised meat are arranged in claypots, so take a look and see what…