We took the menu with 6 dumplings (3 tastes: meat, fish and vegetables) with the juice. Juice can be skipped, saves you 10 yuan. It's a good breakfast, you'll be filled up for a good couple of hours. Nice one!
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Fantastic breakfast. Dumplings are really fresh - you can watch them making them. If you don't speak Chinese you need to just point to the pictures on the wall. I recommend having the mixed set - two each of the three kinds of dumplings.
No English spoken by the staff (not a fault, I should be trying more Chinese as I'm in China), so ordering involved a lot of pointing but when the food arrived: WOW! The four dumplings I had (pork and soup, prawn and soup; two of...More
Based on the trip advisor reviews, I decided to try this place as I was in the area and craving dumplings. Had two pork and two shrimp for RMB 12. As promised, they were delicious AND I splattered on my clothes! I'm definitely going to...More
The store is within 5 mins walk from Shanghai Marriott City Centre. I went there to take away their freshly cooked dumpling every morning when we were in Shanghai. Their standard pork + vege dumpling cost RMB8 for 4 pieces and the shrimp dumpling cost...More
Yangs Fried dumpling offers a nice variety of dumplings. Everything is freshly made and tastes good. The place is small and not too many seats are available. The portion are big and you,don't need more than one or two choices. Good food for reasonable prices.
Yang's is a restaurant started here in Shanghai (so I've heard) which became so popular that the Yang family opened several more here in Shanghai. I've seen Yang's dumplings near Yu Yuan Gardens and LuJiaZui near the Oriental Peal Tower. Make no mistake - these...More
I visited Yang's at around 2.30pm midweek and the amount of people inside was encouraging. After ordering their staple fried dumplings (4 for 8 Yuan), I collected them from the window and took a seat. Before I could start a waitress brought over a dipping...More
We had a bit of difficulty searching for this place on our first day in Shanghai, but it was definitely worth the effort. The place wasn't as crowded as we visited past lunch hour rush. Ordered the pig innards noodle soup and the dumplings. The...More