In addition to traditional local dishes such as cuyu fish with vinegar sauce and dongpo rou pork chunks, Hangzhou restaurants also serve up plenty of Sichuan, Shanxi, and Xinjiang delicacies. After dark is the best time of day to sample the offerings at Zhongshan Nanlu, one of China's most renowned street food strips. Longjing, China's most famous green tea, is usually served with Hupao spring water near West Lake. Nanshan Road is Hangzhou's main bar zone.Shopping
Hefang Jie's shopping stalls and pedestrian streets are situated at the base of Wushan Hill not far from the West Lake. Bartering and keeping eyes peeled for counterfeit goods is highly recommended when browsing the wares at Hangzhou China Silk Town, the night market, or Wensan Road's electronics markets. There are also several flower and bird markets which sell flowers, pets, and traditional Chinese medicine supplies.