Random Eats in Beijing – Ghost Street (Gui Jie)

Ben and I had dinner at one of the touristy place in Beijing. It’s called Ghost Street (Gui Jie).

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Gui Jie is a street lined with restaurants and lanterns. There are lots of restaurants selling mini lobsters, hotpots and mala dishes.

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We ended up in a Xinjiang Restaurant. I simply love lamb dishes.

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We had yak milk with butter for drinks.

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We had a side dish of soft tofu with century egg as appetizer.

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It was the big lamb skewers that enticed us to come into this restaurant. They grilled the lamb skewers at the restaurant front. The lamb skewer was RMB10 each.

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We also ordered a lamb soup since it was a cold night.

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The lamb soup came with some broad potato noodles.

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The above deep fried potato strings were refried with sliver ginger, green onions and red chilli. They were superb.

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We also ordered some deep fried lamb chops. They were rather dry.

The meal came to RMB197 (CAD33).

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  1. Really enjoying your Random Eats in Beijing series!

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