Starving and in need of a quick, no-fuss meal? A bowl of dumplings, or huntun, as the locals call it, might be your best option. While there’s no shortage of huntun eateries around Shanghai, this one takes the title—the secret that sets it apart being its excellent soup-base.
Dumplings come by the tens, each cooked up with savory minced meat filling. This traditional dish makes for a simple and hearty meal you’re sure to enjoy. Rice vermicelli or vegetables can also be added upon request.
Closed a mere four and a half hours each day, Wanghaowang Huntun caters to hunger pangs at almost any hour, morning to late at night: another reason to keep the restaurant on your radar.