The number of little restaurants in China is staggering. No matter where you walk, something’s always cooking. In Anyang, there are scores of hole-in-the-wall, fast serve eateries. While the food is cheap, these little restaurants are not clean by any measure. In fact, most of them are downright filthy. It’s not that there isn’t someone in the restaurant trying to clean. The filth accumulates from the volume of patrons and their filthy dinning habits. Restaurant goers discard chicken and pork bones onto the table tops. Soiled napkins and food bits wind up on the floors. Any surface, other than the one a person is sitting on, becomes a trash receptacle. I’ve even seen people spit on the floors in restaurants. However, you won’t see that kind of thing in more expensive restaurants, and such behavior is frowned upon in first tier Chinese cities.