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“tourist trap, nothing to do with real local food”
Review of Hubu Alley

Hubu Alley
Ranked #4 of 1,938 Restaurants in Wuhan
Cuisines: Street Food
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Reviewed October 14, 2017

its totally tourist trap which developed in recent years without any quality and has nothing to do with local food. no need to waste time and money to eat something crap...

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Thank zhviolin
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Reviewed March 24, 2017 via mobile

Came here to grab a quick bite to eat and was overwhelmed with the shear amount and type of food available. Any street food you are looking for you can find here. Prices are incredibly low but remember you must pay in cash or be able to pay with a digital service like WeChat Pay or AliPay.

Whether you are here for leisure or business you should venture out to Hubu Alley.

1  Thank Jonathan G
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Reviewed October 27, 2016 via mobile

At this place, you will find a lot of kind of food.. Also, food of another cities.. Not just Wuhan's food.. Near to river. You can take a boat to see beautiful view at night.

Thank DuGang
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Reviewed September 12, 2016

Known as breakfast street you can buy things to eat all the day. And you can make some shopping in the sreets around. I like to go there. A lot of differents dishes. Definitively a street to try!

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Thank dreylau
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Reviewed September 12, 2016

This is not a restaurant!!

Situated practically on the banks of the Yangtze (5min walk away) more or less underneath the Second Yangtze River Bridge, this place is a narrow alley filled with street food. You can find every type of Chinese food here from their baked goods, to street bbq to fried rice and all for reasonable prices. It is always busy, and the bustle does lend itself well to creating a good atmosphere. It is best visited with friends or your better half.
Just watch out. All that food cooking means the place is fairly dirty.

1  Thank enj0i89
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