4 based on 50 reviews
If your spending a few days in Yangzhou and you like dumplings to any extent they you must pay the Fuchun teahouse a visit. It's an institution in Yangzhou and has the best dumplings I've ever had including my auntie's home made one (well just better!)
Get the combo deal where you get 6 or 7 types of dumplings for 25-30rmb plus tofu strands in sesame flavoured sauce.
Be prepared to share a table if it's busy such as on weekends.
Soak up the atmosphere and the soup filled dumplings (foreigners be careful). They give you a straw but don't poke it all the way thru.
By the way, it's a breakfast option but not brunch (closes by 10am or thereabouts). I got there at 8.30am which was just fine
4 based on 52 reviews
Well based on year 1877 alone when business started, most people would have voted it with million likes. Just another fine example of persistent champion restaurant passes down thru generations.
I ordered most of their specialities, frankly they might not suit your taste buds. I rated their food 5.5/10 (subjective) & ambience 7/10 (yum cha or chinese early morning tea dim sum culture).
4.5 based on 12 reviews
This is a delicious place to eat in Yangzhou and to sample traditional Yangzhou cuisine. Yangzhou is one of China's historic culinary capitals, and this restaurant maintains this great tradition, at very affordable prices. After our first meal here, we became regulars for remainder of our stay in Yangzhou. My Chinese is limited, so I was having trouble ordering, but the maitre d would come to my assistance and asked me what kind of foods I liked and then placed an order for me. The results were delicious, as they were each time we came back.
4 based on 25 reviews
4.5 based on 8 reviews
The Lu Family House when operates as Restaurants is indeed a very nice experience for someone who would like to taste Chinese Cuisine and especially the local dishes of Yangzhou / Jiangsu province. The restaurant is open 3 times per day but the best time to visit is early evening hours from 1730 to 2000. At that time it is lighted with red lanterns and apart from your dinner you can enjoy a nice short walk through the alleys and yards of this beautiful mansion. Indeed there are many halls where you can enjoy your dinner but it is a disadvantage that there are no tables outside in the yards where during summer time, it is much better. It was a family dinner and we all stayed satisfied by the quality of the food and the quantities of the dishes, nevertheless communication was a small problem since we did not speak Chinese. We preferred to taste some local dishes there, therefore we chose Yangzhou fried rice, Lion's Head (a big meatball in soup), smoked duck and a mainly vegetable soup ( San Yuan Da Za Hui). Apart from the duck that it was not that tasty and it was expensive the other dishes were really very good. Overall, it was a very nice experience.
5 based on 4 reviews
Fui este restaurante por causa de convite,achei tudo de bom la.O serviço é assim que não há nada para reclamar.Há limonada suiça!Claro não é igual aqui.Experimentei a carne de boi e os legumes,bom.Mas adorei o farinha frita recheado de creme de abobrinha!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
My dad and I were staying at the nearby Holiday Inn, and were lucky that the hotel staff pointed this place out just across the street. We almost had the entire place to ourselves (it was a weekday evening), and weren't sure what to think of it, worrying that the place would be style over substance. Turns out we had nothing to worry about - the food was absolutely fantastic! The menu is a showcase of the best of "Huaiyang" region food, whose specialty is knife / cutting skills. For example, tofu skin cut up in thin strips, served in broth is a signature Huaiyang dish that's done especially well at YuLing Long. Some seafood dishes and others featuring rare ingredients can be quite expensive, but most items are reasonably priced.
5 based on 2 reviews
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