• Local Restaurants (Huaiyang Regional Cuisine淮扬菜)
While in Zhenjiang make sure to try some of the local specialty fresh water fish and crabs. Especially to be recommended is the local xiehuang tangbao 蟹黄汤包 (steamed crab buns with ginger and vinegar). There are snack street and pedestrian street at the back gate of Jiangsu University, with low price restaurants and street food in great number of varieties. There are a great many choices of local eateries along Zhongshan Donglu 中山东路 and Nanmen Dajie南门大街. Some highlight recommendations are as follows:
1. Lao Yan Chun Restaurant 老宴春楼
Add: 17 Renmin Jie, Zhenjiang 镇江市人民街17号
2. Zhenyang Restaurant 镇杨菜馆
Add: Jiefang Lu, Zhenjiang 镇江市解放路
3. Fuyuan Restaurant 福源大酒店
54 Mengxi Lu, Zhenjiang 镇江市梦溪路54号
4. Zui Xian Lou Restaurant 醉仙楼
Add: 82 Shanmenkou Jie, Zhenjiang 镇江市山门口街82号
5. Run Fu Ji Restaurant 润福记
Add: Next to the railway at Zhongshan Xilu, Zhenjiang 镇江市中山西路铁道旁
6. Wan Xing Long Restaurant 万兴隆
Add: Nanmen Dajie, Zhenjiang 镇江市南门大街
7. Adebao Restaurant 阿得宝
Add: Xiejieqiao, Zhenjiang 镇江市斜街桥
There are only two McDonald’s in Zhenjiang, both of which located on Zhongshan East Road.
1. Wuxing Branch五星餐厅
Add: 338 Zhongshan Donglu, Zhenjiang镇江市中山东路338号
2. Jingkou Hualian Branch (24hr) 京口华联餐厅
279 Zhongshan Donglu, Zhenjiang镇江市中山东路279号
There are six KFC branches in Zhenjiang:
1. Mengxi Branch 梦溪店
8 Mengxi Lu, Zhenjiang 镇江市梦西路8号
2. Dianlilu Branch 电力路店
1F, 382 Zhongshan Lu, Zhenjiang 镇江市中山路382号1楼
3. Dongwu Branch 东吴店
1 Jiuli Jie, Jingkou District, Zhenjiang 镇江市京口区九里街1号
4. Jiefang Branch 解放店
362 Jiefang Lu, Zhenjiang 镇江市解放路362号
5. Dashikou Branch 大市口店
218 Jiefang Lu, Zhenjiang 镇江市解放路218号
6. Dingmao Branch 丁卯店
1F, Wal Mart, Zhenjiang 镇江市沃尔玛购物广场1楼
Sign up a free account and receive the free career advice from other expats.Sign up with Google Sign up with Facebook Already have an account? Sign in.
Warning：The use of any news and articles published on eChinacities.com without written permission from eChinacities.com constitutes copyright infringement, and legal action can be taken.
All comments are subject to moderation by eChinacities.com staff. Because we wish to encourage healthy and productive dialogue we ask that all comments remain polite, free of profanity or name calling, and relevant to the original post and subsequent discussion. Comments will not be deleted because of the viewpoints they express, only if the mode of expression itself is inappropriate.
Please login to add a comment. Click here to login immediately.