Wang Fu Jing Night Food Market, Beijing, China

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Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
1. Wang Fu Jing Night Food Market

Just a short stroll from Wang Fu Jing, an upscale shopping district, Beijing’s answer to Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, is the Wang Fu Jing Night Food Market.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
2. sugar-coated haws & fruits on sticks

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
3. snake meat

Although the stalls seem many at first glance, most of them offer the same types of food.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
4. BBQ innards

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
5. pineapple rice

Unlike the typical pasar malam in Malaysia, this one only offers food, but from what I noticed, these foods were brought in from various parts of China, not only Beijing.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
6. BBQ fare

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
7. snake meat

If you have the stomach for weird food such as spiders, centipedes and scorpions, Wang Fu Jing Night Food Market is not to be omitted when you are in Beijing, the capital city of China.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
8. chips on sticks

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
9. oyster with garlic

Tables and chairs are not provided, so, expect to eat while standing, or on the go. Worry not, as foods are packed in bowls or skewered on sticks.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
10. royal crabs

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
11. banana fritters

Although one could see what food each stall sells by checking the signboard overhead, most are in Mandarin. Hard luck for those of us who can’t read it.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
12. Chinese hamburger

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
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Wang Fu Jing Night Food Market is open nightly from 6pm to 9pm. It is a good distraction for those of us who do not have the budget for branded wares at Wang Fu Jing Shopping Street.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
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Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
15. fruits on sticks

Despite being street hawkers, vendors are neatly dressed in red caps and aprons. They are difficult to miss.

Wang Fu Jing street food Beijing China
16. pig-faced

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3 thoughts on “Wang Fu Jing Night Food Market, Beijing, China

  1. aww how I missed Beijing! Often visit Beijing during my school time in Tianjin. Hope I can bring my kids there for holiday one day

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