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Hubu Alley, Wuhan
(3.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Satisfy you hunger at Hubu Alley, a bustling food district packed with mouth watering local dishes. The alley stretches for approximately 150 m (500 ft), so it's generally one of the city's most crowded spots--especially at meal times. Taste a vast array of delicious local specialties, including hot dry noodles, fried rice, wontons, mianwo (Chinese doughnut), tofu jelly, and fried fish. Put Hubu Alley into our Wuhan itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • On a busy street so vibrant. Wuhan's famous heat dried noodle shop there. Feel free to enjoy eating out.
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  • 就是小商品一条街,每个城市都有类似的“景点”,并不能感觉到当地特色。稍有些脏乱差,并不是很喜欢。整体一般,不要抱太大期望。 
  • 就是小商品一条街,每个城市都有类似的“景点”,并不能感觉到当地特色。稍有些脏乱差,并不是很喜欢。也不是“必看”景点。顺路可以逛一逛。 
  • 人很多,吃的多,
  • Streets are mean streets. They take their breakfast here in Wuhan is standard. One of the highlights of Wuhan. Because quite often people Sri is your look out!. Of course lunch I recommend it?
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  • 小吃不错,但是特色越来越淡化了
  • 小吃不错的,但是卫生程度有点差。
  • 户部巷就是几条小吃街,有点脏乱差,外面小吃看着不干净,不敢吃