Every country has unique flavor snacks, especially in the well-known food street. Street snacks have been trendy, so what are the hottest street snacks in China? I have compiled a list of the top ten special street snacks in China for you, containing the famous Chinese street snacks such as spicy hotpot represented by Sichuan Chongqing, stinky tofu represented by Changsha Shaoxing, meat sandwich bun from Shaanxi, hot and sour noodles represented by Sichuan Chongqing Guizhou, Jianbing Guozis represented by Shandong and Cold noodle represented by Shaanxi and Qinghai, as well as Hong Kong street snacks such as egg boy and fish egg, Taiwan night market street snacks such as large intestine wrapped in the small intestine and Coffin boards, etc. Come along to see the most popular roadside snacks in the country.
Spicy Hot Pot

Represented by Sichuan and Chongqing
Spicy hotpot is one of the most traditional snacks in Sichuan and is one of the most representative diets in Sichuan. Spicy hotpot is both the predecessor of spicy hotpot and a simplified version of hotpot, with spicy, savory, diverse varieties and affordable prices to regain a large number of spicy hotpot fans. Spicy hotpot shops and stalls of all sizes, all over the streets and alleys, can be described as beautiful scenery in the cities of Sichuan and Chongqing. The original origin of spicy hotpot was that the vendors on the docks picked stretches to sell on the riverside, bridges, and streets, shouting as they went. Today, hot and spicy street stalls can be found in every country and are very popular with diners! Spicy hotpot is best represented by Sichuan spicy hotpot and Chongqing spicy hotpot.
Stinky Tofu

Stinky tofu from Changsha and Shaoxing
Stinky tofu is a traditional Chinese snack that varies considerably in the way it is made and eaten in different parts of the country, with varying types in the north and south. It is a traditional Chinese snack of great character, ancient and classic, with a long history. It is made from soybeans, black beans, and soda ash. Stinky tofu has the characteristic of “smelling bad but tasting good,” of which Changsha is the most famous and has been named one of the “Top 10 regional snacks in China” in Hunan. At the same time, Nanjing, Taiwan, Zhejiang, Shanghai, Beijing, Wuhan, and Yulin are famous for their stinky tofu. Discover the true essence of food with the recommended Changsha stinky tofu, Shaoxing stinky tofu, and Taiwan stinky tofu, which can be tasted on the roadside of the Pozi Street food street in Changsha. It can even be found on the roadside stalls of the country’s major food streets and famous food stalls.
Xinjiang Grilled Lamb Kebabs

A famous street snack, Xinjiang kebabs are especially renowned for being a popular snack across the country and can be found everywhere in towns, villages, streets, and markets. Xinjiang kebabs are an ethnic snack with a unique flavor, bright yellow color, tender and crispy meat, and spicy and mellow taste. It has been selected as one of the top ten snacks in Xinjiang by the China Cuisine Association.
Hot and Sour Noodles

Represented by Sichuan, Chongqing, and Guizhou
Spicy and sour noodles originated in the western part of Sichuan province and are a traditional snack in Sichuan, Chongqing, and Guizhou provinces. Its characteristics are “numb, spicy, fresh, fragrant, sour and not greasy” and “the best noodle in the world.” Chongqing hot and sour noodles have been selected as one of the “Top 10 Snacks in China” by the China Cuisine Association. They have also been awarded the “China Gold Medal Snack for Tourism” title by the China Tourism Association. Hot and sour noodles are more common on the streets in China, and although they are relatively simple to make at roadside stalls, the taste is not worse than the ones in the shops. As long as they are sour and spicy enough, it doesn’t matter too much what environment you eat in!
 Chinese hamburger

The Chinese hamburger is short for the ancient Chinese word “meat sandwich in a bun” and is a famous snack in Shaanxi and street food in Shaanxi. The meat sandwich bun is a beautiful combination of preserved meat and baiji bun. The Chinese hamburger combines meat in bacon sauce and a white bun, which perfectly complement each other and bring out the best in each other. The heart is crispy, and the bun is fatty but not greasy, with an endless aftertaste. Explore the true meaning of food and recommend some of Shaanxi’s famous Chinese hamburgers, including Baiji bun’s ‘bacon bun,’ Baoji Xifu’s meat bacon bun (with vinegar in the meat bacon), and Tongguan’s Tongguan Chinese hamburger, among others. The taste of the meat is fragrant, the bun is crispy, and the flesh is fluffy.

Grilled-Fresh-Squid is a famous street food that frying squid makes on an iron plate, then slicing it with a spatula and spreading it with a special sauce. Its main ingredients are squid, onions, and chili noodles, which have a salty and spicy flavor. Teppanyaki originated in Japan and has a long history of 40 years. Teppanyaki squid can be a hot snack on the streets, whether in restaurants, eateries, or hot street corners. We recommend you to try the Teppan Squid in Dalian and the more distinctive Teppan Squid in Qingdao.
Jianbing Guozi (pancake rolled with crisp fritter)

Jianbing Guozis are one of the traditional staple foods in the northern regions of China, originating in Shandong, mainly in the concentrated areas of Linyi, Tai’an, Tengzhou, Zaozhuang, Jining, Rizhao, and Qufu in Shandong and the three northeastern provinces as well as Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, and northern Jiangsu, and are also a famous street snack. The more famous Jianbing Guozi is the Jianbing Guozi, which has long dominated the breakfast world, capturing the hearts of many eaters and becoming a favorite street food in China because it is delicious, inexpensive, clean, and convenient. The famous snacks derived from Jianbing Guozis, such as vegetable Jianbing Guozis and Jianbing Guozi fruit, are also prevalent throughout the country, among which Tianjin’s Jianbing Guozi fruit is the most distinctive and is a famous snack in Tianjin. It is also one of the most popular snacks abroad, making the list of the 23 best national roadside stalls selected by CNN in 2017.
Cold noodle

Represented by Shaanxi Cold noodle and Qinghai stuffed skin.
Cold noodle, a traditional Han Chinese delicacy originating from the Guanzhong region of Shaanxi, is the collective name for rolled noodles, rice, and stuffed skins, popular in northern China and one of the country’s famous street snacks. Shaanxi Liangpi mainly characterizes Liangpi, Gansu Stuffed Skin, and Qinghai Stuffed Skin, especially Shaanxi Liangpi, one of the traditional special snacks, with a wide variety of varieties production methods and different mixes and flavors. It has a long history, and some of the more common types are sesame sauce Cold noodles, Qinzhen rice skin, Hanzhong noodle skin, Qishan rolling noodle skin, and gluten Cold noodles. Xi’an Cold noodle is famous for its “white, thin, light, soft, tender and fragrant” taste, especially in the hot summer.
Fresh Fried Bun

The bun is a traditional snack popular in Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, and Guangdong and is referred to as a “pan-fried bun.” Features: crispy skin, thick juice, fragrant meat, and delicate. One bite of the bun will leave you with the delicious taste of meat, oil, spring onion, and sesame in your mouth for a long time. Initially a part-time product of teahouses and tiger stoves (boiling water shops), you can taste pan-fried buns in street stalls. The bun is most famous for its golden brown skin, and the top half is sprinkled with sesame seeds and scallions. It smells delicious and is popular among Shanghainese because it is full of soup.
Chuanchuanxiang (skewered food served in a hot pot)

As street food, Chuanchuanxiang is a popular local flavor. As the most common folk food in the streets of Sichuan, Chuanchuanxiang are popular throughout the country for its spicy and fresh aroma and is the most famous embodiment of grassroots cuisine, with its unique charm and distinctive features in many cities across the country and has become one of the representatives of Sichuan taste.