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In this Chinese Tibetan Street Food Tour video in DEEP Rural Sichuan, we travel from Kangding to visit one of the highest cities in the world, Litang. We found some amazing Sichuan style Tibetan street food along the way. We start out by visiting a local street food noodle joint and then traveled along the 318 highway that goes all the way from Shanghai to Tibet. We stopped in a small village along the way to enjoy some Sichuan style Tibetan street food and then kept moving on our street food tour to Litang.
We are traveling in China on a 6 week street food journey through Sichuan and Yunnan, in search of the best street food and to discover unknown street food and chat with friendly locals. This is all part of the classic tea horse road.
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On our journey from Kangding to Litang, we hired a local Tibetan driver to take us there and bring us to eat some local street food along the way. He brought us to his friends restaurant, which was kind of like a mixture between a Chinese restaurant and a Tibetan restaurant. It was really nice and the food was delicious. His recipes definitely had some Sichuan influence but also a Tibetan flavour because of all the delicious yak meat!
If you’re traveling to China as a tourist and are looking to eat the best street food around the world, you must visit Sichuan and in particular, the western part of Sichuan with the Tibetan influence. It really is an amazing place with a lot of beautiful food to try. There really is too much food to try in this part of China!
Chinese cuisine and Chinese street food is so abundant and diverse that you could travel through China for a lifetime and still not eat all of the delicious Chinese recipes. So the best thing you can do is just arrive with an open mind and a strong appetite and you won’t be let down!
The addresses of the locations in the video are:
1) Breakfast (Amazing Sichuan Style YAK NOODLES):麻哥面：四川省康定市沿河西路60号麻哥面
2) Lunch, along the 318 highway in Sichuan in Xinduqiao village: 午饭：四川省新都桥318国道旁杨三哥饭店民居
3) Dinner, in Litang, one of the highest towns in the world:
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We’re having an amazing street food journey through Sichuan. I hope you enjoy the foods we are finding! We arrived to Litang, one of the highest towns in the world, at 4000+ meters, and both had insane headaches from the altitude, so we left the next day, but this is the video from a couple days ago when we journeyed to Litang in search of delicious local Tibetan food! I hope you’re enjoying this tea horse road series! I would love to hear from you in the comments below! I hope you’re doing well and eating well!
heads up for next time, Tibetan culture is totally separate from Chinese culture, even though they're legally connected, there is close to absolutely no connection. Just letting you bc you seemed to be under the impression that its a sub-culture or similar in any significant way. They don't even speak Chinese, they just enough of it to get-by like how every Indian speaks some English.
In the just one comment cold you leave the visual descriptions on the screen for a few seconds longet for those os year viewers who ate hearing de-fluent and take slyyyrly longer to take in what you are saying cheers Rick
Hallo Trevor, sehr schöne Reise in die Berge, erinnert mich ein bischen an Pas de la Casa in Andorra. Du lobst die Köches sehr, drücke doch auch mal ein Lob für dei schmucken Teller und das Arangement. Gruß Leo
Hello Trevor, very nice trip to the mountains, reminds me a bit of Pas de la Casa in Andorra. You praise the cook very much, but also press a praise for the pretty plate and the arrangement. Greeting Leo
"Free tibet from chinese terrorist."
I knew there would be some brain washed western fools in the comment section. Learn some fking real history u hopeless dumbfks, or even simpler, go search it on Quora.
Gotta love the "Great Balls of Fire" cooking style! Yes, I'd like some Yak in Flames for here, please. There's some big tanks of Butane (guessing) there in the background, maybe soon everybody has to run. I notice this in a fair number of videos from China especially, also Vietnam- that people are cooking with (what seems like) WAY too much fire, maybe using an actual blowtorch if the super rocket stove isn't enough, or a pile of burning firewood.... Being kind of a pyro I keep hoping for a special compilation of scenes of cooking with TOO MUCH FIRE. I mean, I have an electric stove, and it's just so weak, you know?
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