Roujiamo. ‘Rou’ means meat. ‘Jia’ means sandwich. ‘Mó’ means bread. To put it simply, it’s a “meat sandwich”.
Today, an immensely popular street food in China, roujiamo dates back to 221 BC during China’s Qin Dynasty. Over the many years since its creation, a variety of meats and spices have been tested, but the concept and execution remain largely the same: roujiamo is considered to be the Chinese equivalent of the hamburger- a treat for your taste buds featuring succulent meats, complex spices, and crisp vegetables… all savored within freshly prepared, crave-able Mó.