Posts Tagged ‘Xiaolungbao’

February 3, 2010 Off

Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豐 (Taipei: Yong Kang Street)

By in 10: Taipei

Ah yes Din Tai Fung, the famous Taiwanese restaurant chain that has branches in many different cities from around the world, including Los Angeles. I was never that big of a fan of the Los Angeles Din Tai fung because it’s always too crowded and I think there are other better places for Xiao lung […]

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November 3, 2009 3

Xin Jishi 新吉士 (Shanghai)

By in 08: Shanghai

As this was our first trip to Shanghai, we felt obligated to check out Xintiandi, a ‘The Grove/Americana’-ish place that screams ‘tourist trap’. We went there for dinner. Out of all the restaurants there (mostly expensive chichi place and chains, there’s a Din tai fung there too), Xin Jishi sounded most appealing as it’s a […]

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October 27, 2009 2

Jia Jia Tang Bao 佳家汤包 (Shanghai)

By in 08: Shanghai

Even though there’s a famous Xiao lung bao place called Nanxiang Dumpling House at Yu’s Garden, that entire area seems too much like a tourist trap for us to want to stay and eat. We got a Taxi and asked the driver to take us to Jia Jia Tang Bao, a highly recommended place I […]

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October 26, 2009 3

Wang Jia Sha (Shanghai)

By in 08: Shanghai

We wanted a light dinner after an exhausted arrival day. Shanghai’s most famous snack: Soup Dumplings (Xiao Lung Bao) would have been quite perfect. We went to the famous Wang Jia Sha that’s located at the heart of  WuJiang Road Food Street. Crab Roe Soup Dumpling. At first glance they didn’t look right, where is […]

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August 20, 2007 2

Wok and Noodle Restaurant (Alhambra)

By in 01: San Gabriel

One of my friends had been to this authentic Shanghai restaurant years ago and she remembered their Lion’s head with salted egg yolk fondly, but she forgot its name nor location. We found it again (based on vague descriptions such as: a shanghai restaurant somewhere on Valley between around Atlantic with a red signage) and […]

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