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Hu Guo Si Snacks

delicious snacks in Hu Guo Si

Gu Guo Si is a representative restaurant for Beijing Snacks, the cuisine here is various such as Ai Wo Wo, Lvdagun, Wandonghuang, cakes, etc..

Hu Guo Si is well known snack bargain: a wide assortment of traditional Chinese food, well priced, painstakingly prepared, small, intricate and lovely, twisted jujube fritters, crispy deep-fried biscuits with ginger sauce, honey-fried dough twists, and "Donkey Rolls on the Ground" (A soft layered sweet roll), seasoned millet mush, mung bean milk, and chopped sheep entrails, all local favorites worth a taste. The inconspicuous steamed rice cake with sweet filling, or "Ai Wo Wo". will leave a sweet, savory after-taste in your mouth. The store itself is by no means small, but if often very crowded, even a little chaotic; the lighting is very dim, which may cause you to feel a bit out of sorts initially, but as soon as you can sample these authentic little Beijing snacks, you will find this place well deserving of its fine reputation. In time, you will find the atmosphere is just right for enjoying these wonderful snacks.

Guo Fu Si is open from morning till night, and the selection of snacks changes the snacks in Hu Guo Sislightly throughout the day, with certain breakfast additions like deep-fried dough cakes, sweet cakes and other items such as flied vegetable pancakes, salty crisps, baked sesame seed flatcakes, steamed stuffed buns, spiral-shaped sesame flatcakes and many other staple foods that can be enjoyed for breakfast or during other meals throughout the day. The fried vegetable pancakes are made from refined wheat flour, summer squash and eggs, making for a soft, tender treat with a delightfully salty taste. The seasoned millet mush here is rather special—millet flour boiled into a porridge which is then covered with a sesame paste and eaten with sesame seeds and salt for an exquisite salty taste. The spiral-shaped sesame flatcakes are also made with salt and sesame paste. Side dishes include vegetables, meat and fish: soy-braised beef, pickled vegetables, hot and sour cucumber slices, dried tofu rolls and more. 0rder a soup with one to two main dishes, and just like that—your breakfast woes are gone!

Specialties: twisted jujube fritters, crispy deep-fried biscuits with ginger sauce, honey-fried dough twists, seasoned millet mush, mung bean milk, chopped sheep entrails, baked sesame-seed flatcake, "Donkey Rolls on the Ground" (A soft layered sweet roll), steamed rice cake with sweet filling, jellied tofu, red bean porridge, "Eight Treasures" porridge, millet gruel, deep-fried tofu, bean-flour balls.Hu Guo Si logo

Average cost per person: 10 RMB
Business hours: 5:30am-9pm,
Parking: Yes
Credit cards accepted: No
Address: 93 Huguosi Dajie, Xicheng District
Tel: 6618 1705/6618 1705