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Hunan Food in Beijing

This is a long overdue food post about Hunan food in Beijing’s Sanlitun district. Hunan food is spicy like Sichuan food except that the spiciness is far more poignant and less slathered in oil.

It’s my first time eating Hunan food. The flavours escape me now, as I try to remember, but hey if I ever make it back into China, I’ll head out for some Hunan street food.

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Restaurant interior.

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Piss poor appetizer

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Cabbages with chillies. The oiliest of the lot.

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Lamb with cumin and spices. Only two pieces though.

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More lamb with cumin and spices.

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Tofu slices.

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  1. March 1, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    looks delicious! I hope it wasn’t too spicy, every visit to China I make, i’m reminded that I can’t eat the delicious food there because I can’t handle my spices! =(

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    • skybe077
      March 1, 2011 at 9:12 pm

      Thank you, Tracy Z!
      Nice travel stories on your blog. I’ve followed you on Twitter, see you then!

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