Shanghai: Restaurant Food Edition

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    Forgot what this is...
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    Combination spring roll with tofu skin
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    Steamed shrimp dumplings
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    Sesame coated...
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    Steamed pork in rice crepe
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    Not sure...
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    Live river shrimps ceviche. They were all jumping and popping when first served, hence the need for the saran wrap. PETA will not approve....
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    Sweet peas soup. So simple yet so flavorful!
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    Called the Toad's Spit, but looks like the usual dairy foam to me...
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    Mushrooms wrapped in pork belly.
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    Japanese izakaya grill
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    A combo meal at the mall.
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    Shark fin soup
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    Savory egg custard
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    The feet!
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    Sour cabbage and pork over rice, seaweed soup on the side.
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    Japanese izayaka
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    Fried tofu
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    Beef tongue for grilling
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    Soup dumplings
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    Pork feet
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    Sesame soup with rice balls.
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Here it goes…it’s not necessarily the “traditional Shanghainese” because it is restaurant food after all, but delicious and authentic nonetheless!

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