Xiao Long Bao
This xiao long bao is handmade with a thin chewy skin wrapping a fairly juicy and savoury tasting meat filling. Although the filling inside isn’t bursting with soup, this xiao long bao is quite decent.
2 types of dumplings are available here: boiled dumplings and guo tie. Both are handmade at the stall.
The boiled dumplings has a nice soft and chewy skin with a juicy meat and vegetables filling. The filling has a nice savoury taste. Likeable.
As for the guo tie, it has a thin crispy skin that is slightly chewy. Its meat filling is soft with savoury flavours. The guo tie is mostly fried rather than pan fried and steamed. Still considered decent though.
Hot & Spicy Noodles
The hot & spicy noodles has firm and springy handmade you mian soaking in a bowl of soury and slightly spicy tasting sauce. Contains some meat bits and what appeared to be tiny pieces of black fungus. The noodles is topped with generous amounts of chopped spring onions. If you like soury noodles, this is a nice choice.
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