If the Terracotta Warriors and the Ancient City Wall are the lifestyle of the ancients, then Muslim Quarter is the lifestyle of authetic individuals.Among the numerous classic cultural landscapes in xi'an, Muslim Quarter is a unique spot with distinctive flavor,especially, which is a paradise for foodies, you can find more than 300 local snacks here.If you are an avid foodie, come here and experience the typical traditional cuisine！
Pita Bread So awked in lamp Soup
（Yangrou Paomo ）
Paomo is one of Xi'an’s most famous dishes.The unique dish is very much a central part of the food culture in the province and dates back as far as the Song Dynasty (960-1279). It is a kind of crumbled pancake in lamb stew and one of Xi’an most popular dishes,too. For a taste of real Xi’an, you must try this.
Steamed Soup Dumplings
(Guan Tang Bao)
Served extremely hot, it includes beef or lamb with soup inside. It is an old traditional snack with a history of more than 1,000 years. The dumpling eaten in this way usually made of mutton fillings. When eating, people put mutton dumplings into the especially made sour soup.
Steamed Cold Noodles
Liangpi is one of Xi’ans most satisfying flavour combos, made of rice or flour, a type of noodle like cold dish mixed with ingredients such as sesame sauce, chili, and cooking oil, which will definitely give you an special taste experience.It is a must-have for summer to enjoy the coolness.
Steamed and served on two sticks covered with various flavors including nuts, jam, strawberries, blueberries, apple and more and always dipped in with sugar and sesame. They are in everywhere in the Muslim Quarter. Some even have cute little designs.Isn't it looks so attractive for foodies?
Does this dish sounds quite strange? Biang Biang noodles is actually a simple spicy noodle. The shape of the noodles is wide and thick. The word “biang” is an onomatopoeia that mimics the sounds made during the making of noodles. This simple noodle is a symbol of Shaanxi, a province known for its food.
Rougamo, almost a directly pronunciation from the Chinese pronunciation Rou Jia Mo, means meat inside bread. The meat is usually very flavorful pork, but people tend to use beef and lamb, along with cumin and pepper instead in the Muslim areas, which will sure to make you mouthwatering when you see it in Xi’an.