Generally speaking, it's very close to the railway station, and foreigners are very easy to find it! __________ There are very few local people in Qingdao who do business here. They have a strong southern accent. They shout to let you buy squid from their home. Seafood is not expensive. They are bigger, 10 yuan 4, small and bad 10 yuan 5. Squid is not very fresh. It's cheaper than Taidong Weihai Road and Yingkou Road. The pot sticker is good. Zha Beer is not as good as Weihai Road. Maybe it's a water reference. In a word, everything here is sold by outsiders. If you go in groups, you will go to the firewood chopping yard. That's for sure. Things are not very expensive! 10 yuan for toasted clams and scallops, but it's not as fresh as Weihai Road. Maybe I'm used to it! My comments are for reference only.
Located in the business circle of Zhongshan Road in the South District of Qingdao, the Chai Chopping Courtyard is a neighborhood surrounded by Zhongshan Road, Beijing Road, Hebei Road and Tianjin Road. In fact, there is a road named Jiangning Road in the firewood splitting yard. After the German occupation of Qingdao, the road was built in 1902. As for the origin of the name Chopping Wood Court, some people say that it was originally a "Chopping Wood City" here, all selling chopping wood. Others say that in addition to cooking for the public, these firewood splitters also provide bricks and tiles for the Dayaogou kiln. Now Chopping Wood Courtyard is a snack street, which has various kinds of snacks, as well as some souvenirs, kneaders, and cross talk performances in the evening. It is very lively.
Chopping firewood courtyard, I feel that most of the food here is from the big stalls, and indeed beer is matched with the big stalls. Only when you come here do you know that beer needs a bunch of drinks, so don't go drinking alone. A bunch of drinks are several liters, and there must be fragments after drinking. What impressed me most was clams, which looked like flower armors. Oh, we went to a seafood dinner and bought our own seafood and took it to a restaurant for others to process for us. But I really don't feel cold about seafood. Instead, I'm more interested in dumplings, cakes and so on.
If Zhongshan Road is a food paradise, then the firewood chopping yard is a snack paradise! There is no gap in a small street. People come and go very crowded. The National Football Team stinky tofu and authentic Cangkou potstickers are the famous snacks on the Qingdao list. They taste very good. There are all kinds of seafood barbecues, you can't move the fragrant taste! On the south side of the east gate of the firewood chopping yard, there is a tofu brain shop, which absolutely challenges your taste buds!
In the busy commercial district of Qingdao, there is a "Y" short circuit between Zhongshan Road and Hebei Road, which is called Jiangning Road. This is the famous snack street "Chopping Wood Courtyard" in the island city. In the early 20th century, shortly after Qingdao opened its port, people processed and sold firewood in this area near the business district, and then there was a "firewood splitting yard". Later, with the popularization of electricity and coal, the firewood chopping business gradually stopped, but the business of catering became prosperous, and gradually developed into a famous snack street in the island city. Like the old Dongan market in Beijing, the firewood-splitting courtyard is a complete market. In the 1940s, "Qingdao Evening News" had a column of "firewood-splitting courtyard" which reported the news here every day. Old Qingdao people hardly ever went to the firewood chopping yard, and those who came to Qingdao from other places often went to the firewood chopping yard.
As for the origin of the name Chopping Wood Court, some people say that it was originally a "Chopping Wood City" here, all selling chopping wood. Others say that in addition to cooking for the public, these firewood splitters also provide bricks and tiles for the Dayaogou kiln. In Liu Yun's collection of poems "Baiyin in Qingdao", we can see such a note - ""Chopping Wood Court near Zhongshan Road, the most busy area. In the courtyard, firewood-splitting houses are built, so they are named. Noble people disdain it, but the rent is light and cheap, and they have to deal with it in great difficulty. " That is to say, the firewood splitting yard is named for the temporary commercial "firewood splitting house" built in it. These "wood-splitting houses" are well known to some old Qingdao people. Most of them are broken-board houses built at will, low and humid. Since the mid-1920s, Qingdao was built as a city, where a Jiangning Road was built and several courtyards were built. Jiangning Road has gradually become a commercial pedestrian street. Most of the courtyards on the street are shops, restaurants and firewood splitting courtyards. Such an atmosphere of fireworks is probably what life should look like. Alleys such as downtown always make people feel particularly friendly. Like those bluestone paths, each family emits the fragrance of food, and the fireworks that rise are what life is like.
Eating paradise, this sentence is very suitable for describing here. This street is not long, but it belongs to the kind of sparrow, although small and full of internal organs. It's worth recommending. It's really delicious, tender and spicy. It's still in retrospect. Next time I want to eat.
Chopping Wood Courtyard is a snack street. We had a barbecue with Jinghong Wang Jie. It tasted good. Friends and three of them have eaten stinky tofu many times. They say it's super delicious. It's one of them, not the one at the entrance. It's good to eat three fresh soybean skins, but it's a little oily. Spicy little potatoes are really super hot!!! Nothing else. If seafood is not recommended here, friends bought one, there is no good food beside the hotel.