After trying the fried dumplings over the road and very glad I did. Much better. As other people have said, it’s a small place and you’ll probably have to queue. You pick and pay as you enter the restaurant. As I was in my own,...More
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Arrived to try the food and waited about 20 minutes which was expected given the reviews. There was no vego option which was disappointing for my partner and they had no more plain pork at the time of order. They were small and expensive for...More
Second visit. Waited for 25 minutes to get a table. The Tang Bao taste authentic with nothing fancy. Recommended to try 2 sets with an option of pure pork and pork with crab should be fulfilling enough.
Tiny tight shop where you get juice steamed “baos” (dumplings) - choice of mixed pork/crab or all crab meat filling. We ordered 2 baskets and their seaweed egg soup. Be prepared to wait in line - we ate the Yuan fried dumplings across as we...More
Great pork bao, juicy and tasty. Simple place, you line up, you order and pay, sit down and get served. No frills,but you get what you came for and leave happy.
I had an amazing time at Jia Jia Tang Bao. I ordered the crab and pork dumplings, which were heavenly but had occasional bits of crab shell (that's the only reason this rating is a 4 and not 5; I wish 4.5 were an option!)....More
This restaurant is very small and extremely crowded. Soup dumplings are freshly made and steamed on the sport, hence the long queue. However, service is extremely efficient and the table turnaround is very fast. Due to the constant queue there isn’t time for patrons eat...More
Our last meal in Shanghai was the dumplings here. Was told their soup dumplings were among the best. Was surprised they werent as large in size as other places but the taste was delicious. We got their early and glad we did. The lines start...More
The last time I visited was 5 years ago. This time proves that this place has some renovation and has been scrubbed clean (relatively speaking). The ladies making the buns are openly visible to show us how fast they are in the process. This is...More