Xuanwei Dining

Xuanwei is a region where the Central Plains culture and the frontier culture merged earlier. It has rich history and culture, diverse dietary customs and unique dietary flavor. In the long process of economic and social development, Xuanwei people, with their diligence and wisdom, adapted to and utilized various unique natural advantages, created and bred a rich history of Xuanwei ham culture, food culture and unique local characteristics of traditional food culture. Xuanwei Food is most famous for Xuanwei ham,which enjoys a renowned reputation home and abroad.

What to eat in Xuanwei city

Xuanwei ham(宣威火腿):

Xuanwei ham, produced in Xuanwei City in Qujing Prefecture, Yunnan Province, enjoys a high reputation both at home and abroad. In 1915 Xuanwei ham won a gold medal at the Panama International Fair. In the shape ofpipa(a plucked string instrument with a fretted fingerboard), Xuanwei ham has thin skin, thick meat, bright color and strong aroma. Thanks to the high quality, it is also known as "Yunnan ham".

Potato cooked with chicken(洋芋鸡): 

The ingredients do not stress too much, just the tender chicken, the chicken is best, the potato is full used hemp skin moisture less the kind of.


Tangtang Yellow Tofu:

Tangtang, locates in Qujing Wumengshan deep hinterland,the golden tofu is tied to sell with a string, become a wonderful view.


Where to eat in Xuanwei city

Spicy Space (Xinmin Street) (麻辣空间(新民街))
Tel: 13988988059
Address: No.57, Xinmin Street, Xuanwei City, Qujing City, Yunnan Province(云南省曲靖市宣威市新民街57号)

Meat Crab (Jianshe Street) (肉蟹煲)
Tel: 15675653002
Address: No. 17, Dashaba Commercial City, Xuanwei City, Qujing City, Yunnan Province(云南省曲靖市宣威市大沙坝商业城17号)

Cunxiang Hotel (存香饭店)
Tel: 0874-7254886; 0874-5252676
Address: No. 164, Zhenxing Middle Road, Xuanwei County, Xuanwei City, Yunnan Province, 500 meters south of the intersection of Zhenxing Street and Power Plant(云南省曲靖市宣威市宣威县振兴中路164号,振兴街和电厂公路交叉口往南500米)

Xuanwei Ham

Xuanwei Ham

Xuanwei ham (Chinese: 宣威火腿; pinyin: Xuānwēi huǒtuǐ) is a dry-cured ham in Qujing Prefecture of Yunnan province, China.Xuanwei ham has a 250-year history dating back to 1766. In 1909 it was first mass-produced and gained popularity. In 1915 Xuanwei ham...

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