Take the special tourist line to 1912 blocks and come to Lushi Salt Merchant's Residence. Lushi salt merchant residence is the largest luxury residence of salt merchants in Yangzhou in the late Qing Dynasty. It is known as "the first floor of salt merchants". Through the garden pavilion to the dining place, fortunately there is a single table, very few tables, tea and snacks, slow work, sit and wait for 20 minutes, delicious and inexpensive. Environmental services do not have to say, you can also go to the ancient house after dinner stroll, deep house courtyard, many courtyards with red lanterns, are private dining places, but to be booked in advance.
One morning, I visited a garden in He Yuan, where people were tired and horses were tired. I had lunch and made up a deep courtyard. In order to have a meal, I went through numerous narrow alleys, countless deep corridors, turned left and right, and found that the dining hall was close to business. Lushi salt merchant residence #160; (located near Kangshan Cultural Park) is the largest luxury residence of Yangzhou salt merchants in the late Qing Dynasty, known as the Lushi salt merchant residence "the first floor of salt merchants". The owner of the house is Lushaoxue, a huge businessman. According to reports, the house was built in Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty, covering an area of more than 10,000 square meters, which consumed more than 70,000 yuan. With its continuous architectural community and exquisite architectural style, it has become one of the most dazzling pearls. It is a new point of view worthy of Yangzhou ancient city culture.
Lushi Salt Merchant's Residence is not only an unplanned trip, but also the biggest surprise. I wanted to have breakfast, but when I arrived at about 7:40, I was told that there were more than a dozen tables in front of me. We had to wait about an hour without complaining. We were attracted by his beautiful scenery. The original salt merchant's mansion, the beautiful back garden, while there were not many people, we strolled first. To be honest, the whole yard was not very big, but it might be the reason why we made a restaurant. It was beautifully decorated, with red lanterns hanging high, antique courtyards, narrow fire lanes, and a few people in the morning, so we had a good tour. There are seats at about nine o'clock. Breakfast is excellent, fragrant rice porridge, sweet steamed dumplings, steamed wheat, delicious dishes (or maybe playing hungry) make us and our children scream. And it's cheaper and tastier than Yechun yesterday. After eating, I go upstairs and in the front yard, saving 20 yuan of tickets, hey hey hey hey. It's worth a visit!
Salt merchants on the rich side of Jia are the epitome of Yangzhou City, which has been flourishing for a while, while Luzhai attracts customers from all sides with its combination of ancient buildings and catering, and misses the chance to taste it later in the morning. There is a tradition of drinking morning tea in Yangzhou. It can be seen that the leisure of life in the old days is the most vivid portrayal of water wrapping in the morning and water wrapping in the evening.
Maybe it's more cost-effective to go in the morning. We went there at noon. There are not many people. It feels like eating in other people's super-large house. However, the living room is a little crowded. After that, we can try the box. It's a very satisfying meal. Mother said that steamed buns are better than Fuchun's.
It's absolutely wise for salt merchants to come to their old houses for morning tea and delicious food, and to give up the hotel's breakfast. After dinner, they take a leisurely walk around the deep Palace courtyard, the door pillars are squeaky and stories are everywhere, as if they had passed through.
Arrived at noon, although there are staff tips that only diners can enter without tickets, but will not be forcibly obstructed. The front halls have been changed into elegant rooms, the hall is at the end, for understanding this history, in general, it is a good place to go.
Speaking of this should be a tourist attraction, but the whole scenic area has great Huaiyang cuisine. According to friends, it will not be welcomed outside before. Now it is open, so that we can have a good mouth to eat. I think Huaiyang cuisine is a very exquisite dish. There are a lot of snacks, mung bean cakes, small twists and so on. They are all very delicate. The key point is the crayfish, which is a big feature here. Burning puffer is more authentic.