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Take-away Qing Tuan at Shanghai Supper Club is so special because Qing Tuan!!! IN LONDON!!! 😭 For those who don’t know: They are sticky rice balls made of glutinous rice and mugwort and stuffed with red bean paste or dried pork floss and salted duck egg yolk. A typical...
Red Bean Sesame Ball at Far East Restaurant is so special because Far East has always maintained its high reputation among my Chinese friends. This is where we hit when we crave for Chinese pastries. Today we were just having our routine Chinese food fix and we started debating...
Char Siu Pork Bun at Plum Valley is so special because Char Siu Pork Buns! Holding the steamed bun like a fluffy and soft cloud but clouds make raindrops whereas these make jaw drop haha😆 The pork belly dices are well-marinated in sticky hoisin barbecue sauce and wrapped in...
Spicy Beef Shin Noodles with Bamboo Shoots at BaoziInn 人民公社 is so special because Spicy and numbing from the chilli oil and Sichuan peppercorns, the broth was mouthwateringly seasoned, thr noodles were springy, beef was tender and the bamboo shoots were crunchy.
Hotpot at Food House is so special because This is possibly the best, most 'ma' and 'la' mala hotpot I've had in London. It's on the third floor of Food House in Chinatown. The spicy numbing side of the double hotpot is the closest I've had to that in...
Grilled dumplings at Imperial China is so special because While most people might overlook a plate of dumplings, this is actually one of our favourite dishes to try! It truly speaks volumes of the quality of cooking - something as traditional as dumplings (and as easy to mess up)...
Chicken Baozi at Chinese Tapas House is so special because Big, juicy on the inside and fluffy on the outside, these steamed buns are a great value hot snack coming in at just £2.
Looking for the best bites in London? Don't miss the Mooli Puffs at The Duck and Rice. Perfect for impressing someone, brunch, work lunch and it's great value!
Beef Shui Mai at Yauatcha Soho is so special because An absolutely excellent cut of beef, which was cooked to perfection. The Shui Mai was neither dry, nor soggy - quite hard to achieve given the dish itself. The presentation was simply adorable and appetising.
Siew Long Bao at Yauatcha Soho is so special because This was such a wonderful experience, you eat the bao as a single bite - at least we would recommend so! Once you start chewing, lovely broth just spills in your mouth and gives your taste buds a warm...