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Lung King Heen, Hong Kong - xiao long bao

I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

I’m writing this as a short companion piece to my post on How To Eat Xiao Long Bao or Shanghai Dumplings. If you’re not already a die-hard fan of xiao long bao, you’ll be converted once you’ve tried them. Then you’ll be on the never-ending quest to find the perfect xiao long bao…

Helen Yuet Ling Pang @ World Foodie Guide

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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Here are my favourite restaurants in London and around the world. They might be ones I visit regularly, or those I’ve only been to once or twice but haven’t stopped thinking about. And despite London being rated the most expensive city in the world for dining out, I still manage to eat very well here without overspending (most of the time!)…

Helen Yuet Ling Pang @ World Foodie Guide

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Lung King Heen, Hong Kong - xiao long bao

I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG


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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Din Tai Fung‘s xiao long bao (Shanghai steamed soup dumplings) are considered to be the best in the world, and the Taiwanese restaurant chain has many branches world-wide, including Shanghai (of course), Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore and the US…

Helen Yuet Ling Pang @ World Foodie Guide

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