[Taste] is delicious, because the skin is also meat, better than the porridge. This way the skin wrapped filling, wrap very tight, unlike porridge, the skin is the skin, the filling is the filling.
[Environment] The environment is OK, the space is also big, the room is high and open, but there are really many people, super chaotic.
[Service] Good, all in time.
Fujian's specialty snacks, you must eat a portion of the time-honored Tongli Rouyan 😝 The fish balls are relatively large and elastic, and the entrance is chewy~ The pork yan is slightly like wonton soup, but thicker than wonton meat. The taste is very good, but it is a bit more expensive😘
Walking in Sanfang Qixiang for a long time feels that it is the most correct thing to do in Fuzhou. Of course, the premise is that you like to experience this local customs, and then taste a meat yan or fish ball here, it is beautiful!
Nanhou Street recommends the Tongli Roast Yan. Although the store is not large, the taste is better. There are pure meat Yan skin, meat Yan or mix and match, but the price is getting more and more expensive. It is said that it costs 40 yuan per catty. What
The price is affordable at around ten yuan each, and it is consumed by civilians and tastes good.
Address: Tongli Rouyan Old Shop (No. 106-108 Nanhou Street, Nanhou Street) Price: RMB 12/bowl Before eating Rouyan, what impressed me the most was "China on the Tip of the Tongue" to Yan In the introduction of the skin, the chefs roll out the fine hind leg meat into a thin swallow skin, and then wrap the meat to cook. Sure enough, the Chinese people work hard to eat... From the appearance, the meat yan is very similar to the Shanghai wonton, but you will find it completely different with a bite! The skin of the Rouyan is actually crunchy, and every bite has a refreshing sensation. Coupled with the delicious flavor of the soup base, a whole bowl will be eaten without paying attention. Roast Yan is also called "Taiping Yan" or "Flat Roast Yan", which is a festive and famous dish in Fuzhou customs. People in Fuzhou celebrate festivals, weddings and funerals, and their relatives and friends must eat "Taiping Yan", which means "peace" and "peace" are auspicious. Therefore, "no swallow will not make a feast, and no swallow will not grow up."