Walking through markets of any kind have always been fascinating to me. You can always find a wide variety of food to cook with as well as a good mixture of unusual dishes that you couldn’t even dream of.
Join me as I walk through the different markets in Chinatown and discover what it’s like to be in China…just in downtown New York City!
Chinatown New York City
Entrance to one of the many fish markets.
Fish balls, Spring Rolls & a combination of chicken parts.
A look at what they offered at the fish markets.
An assortment of shrimp, lobster & other seafood.
Fish heads, crab legs & oysters…which fits your fancy!
Mushrooms & other dried herbs to cook.
Exotic Herbs to cook with.
Fresh fruit sold cheaply on the side of the road.
A variety of baked meats were available.
Baked Whole Duck is Delicious.
Purchase Frogs in Bulk out of a Trash Bucket.
Have you ever been to the Chinatown market in New York City? What was your favorite thing to eat?
I live right next to one. I eat the stinky tofu, a Taiwanese delicacy.