With the sudden change in weather, super cold nights, and the cold I've come down with, there's no medicine food like hot homey dumplings with an explosion of hot soup in your mouth.
wang wang shanghai silver star
Vinegar and soy sauce bottles are provided on each table - but you have to ask the waitress or waiter for the sauce dishes.
shanghai steamed mini buns (6pc) ($6.00):
pan fried buns filled with pork (6pc) ($6.00):
salty egg yolk with tofu ($11.80):
The deep fried tofu is served on a small bed of vermicelli noodles and a bowl of complimentary rice. The tofu and the fluffy crisp batter is so silky, it practically melts as soon as you eat it with a spoonful of rice. It's nice with a really good balance of saltiness.
Wang Wang serves pretty decent foods with really cheap prices for the amount you get. I've heard that their drunken chicken and cold peanut noodles were also really good and I'm hoping to try them out soon. But don't come in here expecting great service and ambience. If you're looking for a quick, filling and cheap feed, this is the place for you.
Posted by polyphagia ♣ at 10:24 PM