My first time in China was so much fun. Traveling with my brother and a friend we got the chance to do so much fun. One thing we enjoyed was the Donghuamen market area, where we got to try new foods. The fried scorpion was definitely the highlight for me. Beijing, China. December 2008. #traveling#exploring
For dinner, I think l’ll start with the Disney Nature - OCEANS follow by the tinfoil nail powder and maybe throw in the abalone to burn wheat & the yellow mountains and large. Gotta love those Google translation. 😂😂 . . . #googletranslationfail#onlyinchina
Once you get past the crazy food and bugs on skewers there are other more recognizable foods to try at the Wungfujing Snack Street. Love how the vendors take so much care in displaying their food...so pretty. . . . #chinatrip#foodstyling
This bbq skewer joint is the bomb. It's around the corner from 陈麻婆豆腐老店 in 骡马市 and opens till early in the morning. The couple that run it know what they're doing. Everything comes out perfectly cooked, juicy, and loaded with spices. A litre of beer and twice the number of skewers on display here = ¥90.
How many varieties of exotic creatures can you get on a skewer? Apparently...A LOT! I’m going to have to say it was a feast for the eyes...but the mouth I’m not sure. Of course Gautam ate the scorpions because you know...they taste like popcorn 🍿 🦂🦗🐍🐛🦞🦑🐙 SCROLL through to get the most out of this post...these pics 😱. . What’s the most exotic food you’ve ever tried? . . . ———————————————————————— #journeybeyondhere#beijingfood
Hidden in this cozy alley is #wangfujingsnackstreet It's where you can find cheap and colorful food stalls open day and night and it's ALWAYS busy. There are dishes from all over China and a wide selection of things on sticks: fruits, meat, seafood, and scorpions #takeyourpick