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Lao Dong Men / 老门东

Lao Dong Men / 老门东

Lao Men Dong ( Literally means "Est of Old Door" ), was once the most lively commercial street in Nanjing. There have been several renovations yet all the classical wood structures are perfectly preserved. Lao Men Dong is a showcase of ancient southeast Chinese villages. When here, you will feel like you are taking a step back in time. This is also a commercial centre where you can find all sorts of specialities of Nanjing, such as stinky tofu, stick-pot, tiny steamed buns, as well as paper kites.
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Han Fu Xing Salted Duck / 韩复兴盐水鸭

Han Fu Xing Salted Duck / 韩复兴盐水鸭

Salted duck is one of Nanjing's most famous dishes. When it comes to salted duck, there is Han Fu Xing, and there are the rest. The restaurant was founded in 1866 and its 150 years of experience make it the absolute finest in the city. The meat is tender with fat yet not heavy. In autumn, when osmanthus blooms, they often add the flower into cooking so that the duck comes out with a particular scent. The duck fat bread (鸭油烧饼) is worth trying as well. Be aware that the restaurant is takeaway only.
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