One of the most exciting things to try when traveling - is local food! I have tried many places in Wuhan, but there is one which is very famous -户部巷 Hubu lane. There are so many different kinds of local specialties, snacks, drinks! This place is not to be missed, if you are a real foodie! People are very friendly, all food looks so yummy!
Every city has a snack street belonging to tourists, and Hubu Lane assumes this role.
Such streets often wear the banner of local famous snacks, selling popular skewers such as barbecue skewers, stinky tofu, grilled fish, fried chestnuts, etc., day after day, year after year. A batch of tourists came here.
The road to the Yellow Crane Tower happened to pass through the Hubu Lane. It was not unconventional. I also plunged into this crowd, only a short 150 meters "tourist" street.
Search for Wuhan's Raiders will definitely mention Hubu Lane, which has been hit as the hottest snack street in Wuhan. Just like Jinli in Chengdu and Taiwanese Snack Street in Xiamen, they are screaming and waiting in line. The tourists of the snacks, as well as the young ladies who are self-portraits and live broadcasts from time to time...
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Almost every city has such a street, full of people, all tourists. They are civilized in the old streets, famous for their literature and art. They sell the crafts of the wholesale market thousands of times, selling stinky tofu, grilled squid and milk tea... This street is called Hubu Lane in Wuhan. What is your name?
Hubu Alley is a must-see for Wuhan, and it is the Wuhan snacks that attract them. Hubu Lane is located in Wuchang District. During the Qing Dynasty, the alley was named after the neighboring Humentai. Hubu Lane has long been known for operating Wuhan snacks and breakfast, and is a good place for Wuhan citizens to prematurely (eat breakfast). Now go to Hubu Lane, don't have to go early to "premature."
In Wuhan, eating breakfast is also called “spending the morning," and Hubu Lane is a famous place to do such a thing. Hubu Lane is located in Wuchang District and is a relatively short street with dozens of traditional Wuhan snacks. There are many old food brands, such as Cai Linii for hot dry noodles, Duohuzhai for tofu skin, Jinchu for soup buns, and so on. You can also have traditional Wuhan-style breakfast like paste soup.