Food from the Tibetan area of Gansu Province combines Tibetan flavours with northwest cooking styles. With its distinctive local recipe, the unique taste of Gansu’s gourmet food fascinates diners from home and abroad. The main staple food in the area is zanba, which people usually eat with beef and mutton. Tourists often find most of the food there very salty and spicy, which is characteristic of the local flavor. It is a common sight to see a full plate of beef or mutton served on the table at mealtimes to stimulate your appetite.
Spicy sheep foot
Roasted lamb leg