My husband and I were looking for a snack and saw a massive line in front of this shop - so we thought must be good! Found out it was for pork buns. I don’t even like pork buns but thought since we started lining...More
Its closed on a Monday but we visited their branch just opposite across the pavilion in the late afternoon. Minimum order was 3 pieces at ¥90 each and we have s small sitting area….nice and cozy from the cold. The dumpling was ok, oiling on...More
Arrived at this restaurant at around 6pm and it was already dark. Managed to get 3 buns before the restaurant closed. It is hot and delicious. Better than pork buns I tasted in Shanghai or Taipei. Worth every cent I paid.
I would call the food they sell meat-bun rather than dumpling. Basically, the small bun is stuffed with pork and then steamed. The minimum order quantity is 3 if I remember correctly. Each bun takes around 2~3 bites to finish, so it is really not...More
it's Japanese dish,not surely Chinese. so I afraid ,the flavor don't match your favor. yes in Manila ,you can have this type . but a little different but please try
they just sell one type of food which is dumpling and it taste so delicious, they allow people to seat and eat inside the restaurant for 3 dumplings. if you want to order more than 3 dumplings, you can take it away.