Shanghai street food
Buns, dumplings, pancakes, soups -- here's a Shanghainese boulevardier's buffet
Yuan Zhaobao explains why he can't stop making the nostalgic Shanghai snack
Shanghai foodie reveals how she came to like the infamous snack and urges stinky tofu virgins to dig in
Thousands of illegal food vendors come under the official spotlight in Shanghai
Eating street food in Shanghai is like gambling -- 70 percent of the time, you don’t actually know what you're getting
Dainty xiaolongbao are great, but for winter, it’s all about the hearty shengjianbao
Forget dainty dim sum turnip cakes, in Shanghai we do everything bigger. Bring the local savory and fried Shanghai turnip cake from the street into your kitchen
Starting today, new rules ban things with “strong smells” from the Shanghai Metro. Stinky tofu is definitely out, but we have to wonder, does that also include people?
All easy to find, easy to eat and for under RMB 11, here are our favorite bitings and where to find them
Bringing the much-loved sweet, salty and crunchy 'Chinese crêpe,' the jiangbing, from the street into your kitchen
To enjoy some of the best steaming soup dumplings in the city, get to Jia Jia Tang Bao before they sell out.