Chinese Street Food – ENTIRE BOWL ONE-NOODLE and Halal Beef Salad! | Yunnan, China Day 2

Chinese Street Food - ENTIRE BOWL ONE-NOODLE and Halal Beef Salad! | Yunnan, China Day 2
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Day 2 of this 4-part video Chinese food tour of Yunnan. Watch it all here:
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Day 2 in Yunnan, China was one of the greatest days of Chinese food I’ve ever had. We started by visiting Weishan, Yunnan, China, an ancient village known for delicious noodles. Then we continued on to an ancient and well preserved Muslim village, and finally had an ethnic dinner back in Dali new town.

Special thanks to Zouba Tours ( for arranging everything in this video. I paid for this tour (it’s not sponsored), but I think they did a great job, and I thoroughly enjoyed the food and the tour.

The first bowl of noodles was spectacular, a seperate bowl of noodles and a dipping soup of chili oil and pork. It was the perfect way to start a cold day in Yunnan, China.
Price – 11 RMB ($1.67) per bowl

Next we tried a Chinese street food snack that’s popular in Yunnan. A rice sheet is first grilled, then on went some pickles, peanuts, and a bunch of spices, and finally a Chinese donut was filled on the inside.
Price – 1 RMB ($0.15)

Entire bowl one noodle – Yes, the entire bowl of noodle was actually just one single noodle. It was one of the most fascinating to watch bowls ever. There’s a pan of coiled dough, which she expertly adds and stretches out as she boils it. You noodle gets cooked then topped with some vegetables and pork. It’s amazing to watch being made, and tastes delicious too.
Price – 8 RMB ($1.21)

Donglianhua (东莲花) Village – This is a well preserved ancient Muslim village, and Luxi brought us to a friend who is an outstanding cook with a gorgeous Chinese courtyard. She cooked one of the most amazing Halal beef salads I’ve ever had, plus Chinese Muslim noodles. Watching her cook everything from scratch and then eating in the courtyard environment was truly spectacular.
Xi Lian Shan (喜莲膳)
Total price – 120 RMB ($18.18)

Jingpo Yan Han Ren Jia (景颇岩罕人家) – Finally for dinner we drove back to Dali new town and ate dinner at a Jingpo restaurant, which is food from the border near Myanmar. The food was ate was not Chinese food like you would normally think, but more similar to Thai / Burmese or with Southeast Asian spices and flavors. It was an amazing meal to finish a fantastic Chinese street food tour day.
Total price – 200 RMB ($30.30)

This is Day 2 of our Chinese Food in Yunnan tour. Watch the full series here:

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  1. I have a question: I would like to visit Yunnan, but I am vegetarian, so I was wandering if there is any option for people who doesn't eat meat or fish. Usually in China a find amazing vvegetarian food, but I have never been here

  2. can we all deep the fact he spent £1 pr $1.12 on a whole bowl of noodles. There's noo wayyy you would find that price in the west and the quality isn't even half as good wth

  3. the only reason people think chinese food is bad is because in the west it is sooo untraditional and isn't made with any care or good ingredients. This video showcases reaal chinese food.

  4. you don't even realize it but the drone footage just makes your videos extra awesome….it's what set your videos apart from other food vlogs….keep it up,bro 😀

  5. I LOVED when Ying brought Micah to your end of the table and we got to see you feeding your son. I don't recall ever seeing that before other than maybe ice cream/treats. With the chopsticks it was very emotional for me. Well played!!!!

  6. Everyone says that Chinese food is bad but they don’t know that places such as China wok Panda Express or Shanghai restaurant isn’t really Chinese food it’s American. Authentic Chinese food is literately the best and I don’t know anyone that’s say authentic Chinese food is bad

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