Eat like a local in Xi’an.

By Mark Andrews

South China Morning Post. 24/06/2019

5 ways to get your carb fix in the Chinese city of wheat
One thing you soon realise in Xian is how important wheat is to the cuisine, whether it is in the form of bread or noodles. Rice doesn’t grow in the region but throw a handful of wheat over the parched ground and it will germinate. Most of these dishes are easily found in restaurants in the centre of the central Chinese city, particularly in the Muslim Quarter.

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