Huangshan or Hui cuisine has more than 100 yearsí history and is one of the Eight Major Cuisines of China. Braising in soy sauce, stewing and steaming is heavily featured in Hui cuisine.
Salted and soy-braised fish from the Xin’an River.
For the adventurous foodie, Shiji is an amphibian that lives in mountain brooks and is the primary ingredient in this dish. The flesh is cooked with a sauce of ham and fungi in a bamboo steamer. Locals fine the taste fresh, tender and refreshing.
Shadi Mati Turtle
This dish uses big turtles sauced with ham and stewed in a terrine on a slow fire.
Huizhou Odorous Bean Curd
Fried, braised in soy sauce, steamed, and then baked, this is one style of making the Huizhou Odorous Bean curd.
Laojie Diyi Lou
Address: No. 247, Tunxi Ancient Street
Tunxi Hui cuisine Restaurant
Address: Huangshan West Road, Tunxi district
Shilin Grand Hotel
Address: North Sea Sight Spot
Piyun Hui Cuisine Restaurant
Address: No.7-9 Binjiang Road East
Anhui Merchants’ Hometown
Address: 12 Xianrendong Road, Tunxi District