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Xian on our own
國家/地點: 中國
旅程日期: 2009-11-08 至 2009-11-12
Beef Pao Mo restaurant on a small street (陝西)
Xian, near the ancient art street
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Beef Pao Mo ok喇2009-11-25
Beef Pao Mo
Beef Pao Mo
Mutton Pao Mo is probably the most famous snack meal in Xian. And Beef Pao Mo is a variation. On our first night in Xian, the taxi driver told us not to have it for late night snack as it would be hard to digest and we wouldn't be able to sleep. It was on the 3rd day in Xian, while looking for a late lunch and passing by too many places that we didn't dare go into because of the poor hygiene that we found this small restaurant specialising only in Beef Pao Mo. The dish is baked unlevened bread torn or chopped into little pieces served by pouring hot beef soup and vermicelli into a bowl. There are lots of parsley in the broth and the chilli variety would include chilli. We asked for non chilli and I asked to break my own pao mo bread into pieces.

It was indeed a filling and warming dish. Very hot and rich in beef smell and taste and a real homely and comforting dish. We were full for a few hours after. My husband who had 2 pcs of bread in his bowl was full even at dinner time.
推介菜式: Beef Pao Mo
每人消費: 約10人民幣元 (午餐)
評分: 味道3   服務4   環境1   衛生2   抵食5
Xian on our own  (中國)
(旅程日期: 2009-11-08 至 2009-11-12)
發表日期: 2009-11-14
Took an afternoon plane and arrived at 8:30pm. Got to the hotel quickly in an hour. Met a Cantonese speaking bell boy who gave us a lot of tips. He said the night market, Moslem St is still...
發表日期: 2009-11-14
發表日期: 2009-11-17
Finally the day has come to see the Terracotta Warriors. The hotel advised us to negotiate a rate with a taxi for the day for RMB350 to go to the East of Xian. We set off at 1000 and ar...
發表日期: 2009-11-25
Today we spent visiting sights in the city. We arrived at Shaanxi Museum in the morning. It was raining and we had to queue for a free ticket but the museum was well worth it with exhibits from...