This restaurant specialty, fish in sour soup (酸汤鱼), is a unique dish invented long ago by Miao minority people. The restaurant opened in 1986, and has since created its own style, based on the cooking culture of ethnic groups. Both the building and the decor of the restaurant are unique, with architectural features from the Miao minority. Besides the delicious and unique dishes, guests can enjoy performances of folk dance and singing. Some recommended dishes are: fish in sour soup (酸汤鱼), cured meat and fish (腊味拼盘), Miao-style stir-fried green beans (苗家长角豆), Miao-style pickled radish (苗家泡萝卜), Dong-style fragrant meat (侗家香肉), stir-fried bitter gourd with Chinese chestnuts (苦瓜炒板栗) and spare ribs with straw flavor (稻香排骨).
This is perhaps the most popular restaurant in Guiyang, having developed a reputation for delicious food from its many customers. Queues can always be found here, so guests are well-advised to book in advance. The specialty dish is fish in sour soup (酸汤鱼). Customers ordering this dish can choose the very fish they want to eat. The soup is spicy and sour, with tender fish meat. Rice tofu (米豆腐), cured meat (腊肉) and millet porridge (小米渣) are also recommended here.
Although this restaurant is really simple, the taste of the hot pot here should restore strength and hope. Doumi hot pot (豆米火锅) is the specialty hot pot. Its main ingredients are kidney bean, Chinese sauerkraut (酸菜), sliced cured meat, pickled pepper, garlic bolt, green onions and pork oil. When eating hot pot, customers can boil vegetables, mushrooms, potatoes and meat in the soup. Fat dregs (油渣) and crispy meat (脆肉) are two popular kinds of meat here.
This western restaurant mainly serves Italian-style food at affordable prices. It’s divided into smoking and non-smoking areas. Pizza and roast chicken wings are two specialties there.
This western restaurant is also divided into two areas, smoking and non-smoking. Steak and julep (a sweet syrup drink) are two highlights here. The dining environment is good, with neat decor.