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The Confucius Restaurant and Western Dining Room in the Queli Hotel offers the best dining in a relatively clean environment, but watch out for shenanigans with prices. Just to the east of the Queli, the clean and well-lit Kong Fu Dajiujia (tel. 0537/441-1048) has an English menu and serves local Confucian specialties like yangguan sandie (chicken, vegetables, and egg folded together like a fan), daizi shangchao (stewed pork, chicken, chestnuts, and ginseng), and shili yinxing (sweet ginkgo). A meal for two averages ¥40 to ¥160. Farther east along Wumaci Jie, a lively nightmarket proffers a variety of snacks, including delicious grilled kabobs, roasted nuts, and bean curd.

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