Chinese Street Food Tour in Shanghai, China | Street Food in China BEST Seafood

Chinese Street Food Tour in Shanghai, China | Street Food in China BEST Seafood

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Chinese street food and Chinese Food in China is incredibly delicious! So I flew to Shanghai, China and have been eating street food, noodles, and dumplings non-stop. Best Street Food to try! The Chinese food is so good in Shanghai! I've eaten street food in Bejing, street food in Chengdu, street food in Xi’an, street food in Guangzhou, and now, street food in Shanghai. A lot of the street food in Shanghai is similar to other street food in China. You can find some unique Shanghai street food specialties here, like xiaolongbao (soup dumplings), shengjianbao (pan fried dumplings), seafood on the street, and some delicious noodles as well. You can also enjoy countless other street foods in Shanghai, many featured in this video.

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The street food in Shanghai was so delicious. The restaurant food and special Chinese cuisine was also very nice! I had some amazing Chinese sesame paste noodles that were to die for!

Here are the locations for the Chinese street food and Chinese restaurants in Shanghai that I tried:

1) 00:34 Breakfast Street dà bǐng or shāobǐng, (大饼, 烧饼)- The “Big Cake” – served in sweet or salty versions.
Restaurant Name: Aihua eatery 爱华饭店 Ài huá fàndiànWūlǔmùqí zhōnglù 296 nòng
Address:乌鲁木齐中路296弄 Wūlǔmùqí zhōnglù 296 nòng
Price: 1.5 RMB ($0.22)

2) 02:00 The famous shāndōng jiānbing 山东煎饼, a famous snack/street food in China, kind of like a Chinese crepe.
Restaurant Name: 吴记百货店 Wú jì bǎihuò diàn
Address: 乌鲁木齐中路270弄 Wūlǔmùqí zhōnglù 270 nòng
Price: 5 RMB ($.0.75) for one

3) 03:00 Whole roast lamb 烤全羊 Kǎo quán yáng – Xinjiang style from the furthest west province of China.
Address:You can find this huge market every Friday near Changde road. 1328 Changde Lu, near Aomen Lu (1328常德路近澳门路)
Price: Pay by weight, 40 RMB ($6.00) was good enough for a serving

4) 05:20 Xinjiang style beef fried bao – 牛肉煎包 – niúròu jiān bāo – This was probably the oiliest bao I’ve ever had
Address:Xinjiang Friday weekly street food market (noted above)
Price: 2.5 RMB ($0.37)

5) 06:35 Sesame paste noodles – 麻酱面 – májiàng miàn, these were some of the best noodles I’ve ever had.
Restaurant Name: 味香斋 Wèixiāng zhāi
Address:雁荡路14号 (Yàndàng lù 14 hào)
Price: 10 RMB basic bowl plus extra spicy pork, pay around 25~30 RMB ($4.50) for a nice lunch.

6) 08:25 Famous Shanghai Shēng jiān bāo 生煎包 – These are reason enough to come to Shanghai.
Restaurant name: 大壶春 Dà hú chūn
Address:云南南路89号 (Yúnnán nánlù 89 hào)
Price: 22 RMB ($3.30)

7) 10:44 Shanghai breakfast street food specialties – Chinese street food breakfast in Shanghai. We had 4 specialties.
Restaurant name and address: Ajian’s Dough Sticks and Soy bean milk restaurant: 普陀区平利路和西乡路交汇处(阿建油条豆浆店)
Price: Around 16 RMB ($2.40)

8) 14:20 Stewed pork made from the essence of fermented tofu (腐乳肉 fǔrǔ ròu), and a gluten dumpling (Dān dàng 单档) filled with juicy pork.
Restaurant name and address: 上海文庙旁 Right beside the Wenmiao temple in Shanghai, down a back alley street where they sell lots of Anime and Manga.
Price: 21 RMB ($3.15) for two.

9) 17:00 The final street feast of the night happened on the outskirts of Shanghai, where Xiaoyun brought me to try a Shanghai summer favourite, crayfish (小龙虾 xiǎo lóngxiā).
Restaurant name and address: Xing Long Restaurant 闵行区水清路(幸龙餐厅)Mǐnxíng qū shuǐ qīng lù (xìng lóng cāntīng)
Price: Around 124 RMB ($18.58) for a couple huge plates of crab and crayfish with rice.

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79 thoughts on “Chinese Street Food Tour in Shanghai, China | Street Food in China BEST Seafood

  1. I seriously can’t watch these videos anymore. The food looks so good and then I just don’t even want to eat anything in my house because it all sucks.

    1. That kind of behavior is really common in China. People love to share food. Growing up in China we constantly get offered food whenever and wherever we meet with acquaintances.

  2. I really want to visit China cuz I think it’s a beautiful country. Shanghai is a beautiful city. Would love to learn Mandarin.

    1. @foreveragainOK in China,policeman works without gun,because we have more policeman than crime mob ,and we have lots of cameras everywhere .u can say that it is a police country.

  3. People make me laugh because they are so friendly. Your chinese is brilliant I neef to start learning since Im going to Shanghai soon.

  4. Chinese people can be so welcoming bruh I swear. They might be blunt but they have some one of a kind hospitality … I’ll be damned if I ever give some random person on the street my food lmaoo

    1. @chicken noodle soup only people with a pathetic mind would think like that. I shared my KFC with some construction workers who simply said hi to me on my way home in Australia, where is my camera crew?

    1. @Stealth Phantom it’s not the Chinese people I don’t like its the Chinese government just like I hate my own government in us

    2. @KevenEleven_ thing is when i went to china for 2 weeks i found 90% of the chinese people i came across to be rude, i would hold open doors and wait for people to come in as i was walking into a shopping centre or whatever and they wouldnt even acknowledge i was there let alone say thank you or smile. Maybe it was just my experience or maybe the city i was in was less friendly, who knows.

    1. China even has KFC and a knock off ‘Uncle Chang’ … but of course, when applying US dollar to street food, it’s very cheap.

    2. The jianbing ingredients are really cheap. The lamb was way more expensive. You will pay far less for fast food made from meat in the US. Some things there are much cheaper but some are way more expensive.

      And the “beef” bao had like, a spoon of beef, and otherwise it was just wheat flour (which is virtually free) and oil (which they will not replace as often as you would see in the West.)

  5. These videos are just awesome. My work brings me to travel to China and I don’t know much about real chinese food culture. Having you telling us what is in every dish and trying them out is so helpful. I’m also learning to speak mandarin so having the subtitles helps me understand how to order food and ask questions. I will be in Shanghai, Hangzhou and Shenzhen next week and will be trying some of your recommendation. Keep up the good work!

    1. I know your comment is old but I have to ask, what do you do for work? I’m just curious as I would honestly not mind having to travel to China for work! I went once and fell in love with it. The food really is fantastic.

  6. Thank you for sharing Chinese food culture with the world. For those ready to travel to China to taste everything, learn a few travel phrases with us before you go!

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