Some people come here to climb Mount Huangshan, while foodies favor the local cuisine here. Hui Cuisine preserves the natural taste of the ingredients and draws attention to both the dish color and oil.
People have to wait for their "cue" (queue number) during dinner time in this popular restaurant. Constructed and decorated in the Hui Style, the dining hall and the dining booths are elegant and antique. The big abacus used by the cashier and the Five Blessings inscribed in the bottom of dishes and plates are all a nod to the history. Specialties: each generous offering provided is delicately dished up. Chou Guiyu (Siniperca chuatsi / Chinese Perch) and Ruyi Ji (Chicken) really live up to their cuisine reputation.
Average price per person： RMB 82 per person
Business hours: 11:00-13:00 and 17:00-21:00, Monday to Sunday
Address: No. 247, Old Tunxi Street, Tunxi District, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China
This is where most of the local delicacies can be tasted. Big chunks of Chou Guiyu (fish), braised mao tofu with chewy skin and powdered interior, and shuixian steamed buns with their rich filling are just three of the delicacies served up here. Provide the numbers on the delicacies’ photos to the waiter, and they will be served a moment later. Those delicious delicacies are remarkably inexpensive.
Average price per person：RMB 61 per person
Business hours: 11:00-13:30 and 17:00-22:00, Monday to Sunday
Address: No. 245-247, Old Tunxi Street, Tunxi District, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China (close to ‘The First House’ in Old Street)
For newcomers, the Hui Style antique appearance is very appealing. This time-honored restaurant is quite popular and the servers are friendly and courteous. All classic Hui Cuisine are included in the menu. Every dish here is inexpensive. Shizi Tou (‘Lion's Head’, actually it’s Pork Meatballs) is the specialty here.
Average price per person：RMB 68 per person
Business hours: 9:30-21:00, Monday to Sunday
Address:No. 216, No. 245-247, Old Tunxi Street, Tunxi District, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China
Its façade of the restaurant may not be that "grand", but it is pleasantly clean and tidy. The host here is really cordial to guests. Home cooking such as braised meat in bamboo shoots, free-range chicken and mao tofu are flavorful. But the top dish will always be Chou Guiyu (fish).
Average price per person： RMB 44 per person
Business hours: Monday to Sunday
Address: No. 50, Yanxi West Street, Tangkou Town, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China (opposite Xiaoyao Bridge)
This restaurant, which features Hui Cuisine, was established one century ago, and enjoys a high popularity. The wood-decorated stone house looks immaculate. The wind wall and green bricks, along with the straw rain cape and dustpans, are all antiques. Fuyi (chewy skin of tofu) Tofu Yuan is the dish that goes viral on the internet. The meatballs and the tofu really go well with the refreshing side dishes. A forthright and warm boss, kind and thoughtful service, and generous offerings are all part of the treatment here.
Average price per person：RMB 65 per person
Business hours: 11:00-13:30 and 16:30-21:00, Monday to Sunday
Address: No. 37, Old Tunxi Street, Tunxi District, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China