When you just don't know what to do with that stuff


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Wandering around Raffles City Shanghai, the pangs of hunger started and seeking food with a multi-lingual menu and/or with illustration began. Not one to frequent fast food establishments on vacation, tried to steer clear for the time being. Walked down a small street and found the place.

Opening the menu pointed to a page featuring a large bowl of dumplings in soup. It looked like just the thing for lunch and it was less than US$5.

The order arrives and it is beyond expectation. Having lived in the US for years, ordering a family sized wonton soup, this was exceptional – especially the price. There had to be, at least, 15 meaty wontons floating around a huge bowl of delicious, hot broth. Everything about it was delicious and satisfying; with the taste amplified because of the amazing deal.



Written by Paulo Loreto

April 17, 2015 at 5:12 AM

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