really, as long as they're hot and fresh, dumplings are dumplings, right? and in this place there's no time...
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The SceneThere are exactly three small tables at this tiny hole in the wall, but for food lovers on a budget, it's heaven. Five juicy, tender dumplings ring in at $1, so two people can eat themselves silly for less than $10. The two condiment bottles on the table provide all that you need: a tangy blend of vinegar and soy sauce in one, and spicy chili sauce in the other.The FoodThe fried or boiled dumplings come in either pork or veggie versions and are handmade, with a fragrant dose of chives. But don't overlook the other tasty Shanghainese treats: da bing (plump sesame-encrusted "pancakes" that are steamed, then fried); fried round pork buns; tea eggs; perfectly savory hot-and-sour soup; congee (a thickened rice and red bean soup); and to perfectly complement your meal, all the fresh, hot, high-protein soy milk that you can drink.
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