Dumplings! Who doesn't love them? What culture doesn't have them? Polish may call them pierogi and Mexicans might call them burritos, Jewish people call them knaidlach and the Chinese call them Jaozi. But they are all just a ball of dough wrapped around some kind of delicious, savory filling. Mr. Shi has taken this ancient food and brought it to a new level through variety, Order them in sets of fifteen, choose fried or boiled. Experiment with pork - shrimp- leek, chicken -eggplant, beef-onion and dozens more. At these prices (about 25 rmb or under $4.00 you can afford to order lavishly. We sat at a long table next to a foursome from Canada, Sweden and the US. Part of the fun was talking to them, sharing a few dumplings and admiring the messages on the walls from all over the world. There are other dishes too, in case dumplings alone don't do it for you. Watch the dumplings being made to order in the glass enclosed kitchen, order a fresh squeezed fruit juice or real draft beer served icy cold (not so easy to find in China). Sit outside weather permitting if you like. Xie xie Mr. Shi.
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