煎饼果子, a Chinese crepe, is a popular Chinese street food originating in Tianjin. It has been hailed as one of China's most beloved street breakfasts. There are many varieties such as the Shandong-style 煎饼果子 (jianbing guozi), Shanxi-style, and Tahe-style.
My all-time favourite is Shandong-style jianbing guozi. Its crepe tastes crispy and hard as its batter is formed from the flour mixture that mainly contains coarse grains such as corn, sorghum, and millet.
In recent years, jianbing guozi has become a popular street food in New York Chinatowns as well. The number of stalls mushroomed very quickly.
I found a simple stall, Eight Jane Food Inc, that serves jianbing guozi. Though it is far cry from my beloved Shandong-style jianbing guozi, it is still not bad. Priced at USD3.50, it is quite reasonable but it could be better.