Hangzhou is one of the major cities in China and the capital of the Zhejiang province. It is also a popular
destination owing to its well-known location, the breathtaking natural scenery, and the popular West Lake.
Hangzhou is also one of the premier places to eat in China, offering a fine blend of traditional and
International students from various parts of the world don't need to worry about where to eat when you're
missing your traditional dishes. Here in Hangzhou you can find restaurants of diversified styles.
Omar Indian Kitchen is located by the side of Westlake, all the food is made by the chef in the glass
kitchen, and it is for buffet food at weekends. Besides, there is performance at night.
Recommended Dish: Creamy Curries Chicken, Indian Chapati, Curried Bean Curd, Sautéed Lettuce in
Oyster Sauce, etc.
Average Cost: RMB 77
Location: 61, Nan Shan Road, Shangcheng District
Indian Chapati is located in Xinyifang (a pedestrian street in Hangzhou). It is a small street food stand,
whose owner is an Indian. The open hour begins after 6:30 pm.
Recommended Dish: Indian Chapati
Average Cost: RMB 10
Location: Xinyifang Shangye Street, Gongshu District
Banana Leaf Restaurant is located in the Hangzhou Overseas Chinese Hotel known for its traditional
Thai Food and their Thai style decoration.
Recommended Dishes: Sautéed Crabs with Curry, Mango Pudding, Pork Neck, and Crab with Curry
Average Cost: RMB 84
Location: 39, Hu Bin Road, Shangcheng District
Recommended Dish: Fried Rice with Pineapple, Tom Yum Goong Soup (Spicy soup with shrimp and
curry), Shrimp Cake, Fried Fish, etc.
Average Cost: RMB 143
Location: 29, Gao Yin Street, Shangcheng District
Recommended Dish: Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Rice Noodles, etc.
Average Cost: RMB 71
Location: 172, Yu Gu Road, Xihu District
Maybe you're keen to taste local snacks, as most of them have a long history and represent the local culture.
Here are some snacks on the list of selection.
Recommended Dishes: Zong Zi (Rice Dumpling)
Average Cost: RMB 9
Location: Shi Hu Qiao Branch, 4 Shi Hu Qiao Road, Xiacheng District; Gao Yin Jie Branch, Gao Yin Street,
Kui Yuan Restaurant
It is said that without having a taste of noodles of Kui Yuan Restauran, your trip to Hangzhou isn't finished.
It has the fame of King of Noodles in the South of Yangtze River.
Recommended Dishes: Xiabao Shanmian (Noodles with Fried Eel Silces and Shrimps), Pianer Chuanmian
(Noodles with Preserved Vegetable and Sliced Pork and Bamboo Shoots in Soup), etc.
Average Cost: RMB 30
Opening Hours: 9:30—22:00
Location: 154 Jie Fang Road, Shangcheng District; 346 Wen Hui Road, Xiacheng District