Aiya, Chaozhou and Shantou photos still on the backlog but I’m off to Ningxia via 36-hour train ride with the sister for a week. My remaining trickle of readers, please don’t ditch me just yet.
Not the best Korean we’ve had…
… but I think it is good enough given its proximity to home. No waitress to help us with the cooking so sore hands after all that tongs gripping and meat flipping.
Finally tried crab xiaolongbao’s, the mothership of them all.
Very tasty and worth every bit of the RMB 81 price tag though admittedly a little too rich to consume on a regular basis.