These hawker stalls are located on the street right infront of the Chengdu Zoo (the place where I saw few lazy giant pandas in their "sleeping beauty" position). After coming out from the Chengdu Zoo, I gave myself a treat :) Must taste some of the local food, or else what's the point of travelling so far away?
First of all, I bought several sticks of grilled mutton meat/satay(烤 羊肉) with extra chilli powder sprinkled on top of the grilled meat. (RMB 0.50 per stick). The taste is so-so only... I still prefer our Malaysia satay :P
Next I get myself a stick of Yunnan Stink or Smelly Bean Curd/Tofu (雲 南臭豆腐) (RMB 1 per stick) The stink element is there, but not to the extreme and still tolerable. The red coloured powdery thing next to the Bean Curd and Sausages is the chilli powder, for additional spicy taste. We also get ourselves two different variety of local sausages (RMB 2 per sausage).
Grilled Sweet Potato. Bought one at the price of RMB 3. The sweet potato was still hot. Very tasty and yummy.
There are several other stalls nearby.. The one above is the sugar canes stall.. The sugar cane here is purple in colour ( in contrast to the green coloured sugar cane in Malaysia). I didn't bought any at this time cos I can't consume so much food in one time. (I bought some later on in the night from different stall).
Pineapple on the stick. The display is unique (first time I see pineapple being displayed this way) but I didn't buy any :)
Water Chestnut. Peeled water chestnut. The price is much much much cheaper compared to Malaysia. I didn't buy any this time but I bought some later on in the night.