For those who yearn for the proverbial "Good Old Days" when the harvest machine was the latest in technology and music lovers waited in line to hear ... More
Lao Bian Dumpling Restaurant
For those who yearn for the proverbial "Good Old Days" when the harvest machine was the latest in technology and music lovers waited in line to hear Chopin, snare a table at this Shenyang mainstay. It dates back more than 170 years and enjoys legendary status for serving the area's best jiaozis. Better known as dumplings, these food bombs come crammed with various varieties of meat, seafood and vegetables and rank as the city's most popular local dish. Do not expect anything fancy. Its most notable decor feature is the lack of it.
I've been here several times over the last few years. The dumpings are superb and should be ordered per "T"( the round bamboo steamer). The price on the menu is per weight so don't be shocked at the price. The only thing i don't like about this restaurant is the service, which at times can be awful. This was mentioned in an old LP edition a couple of years back. Location is good, opposite the Rose Hotel (good place to stay I should add)on Zhong Jia.
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