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    I could eat my way through Shanghai for the rest of my life. The city has a mix of highy rate fuev star restuatnts, chiense famly style restuarnts western style fast foods and incredible street stalls.  My top five favourite tastes.

    1. Xiaolongbao (小笼包) -This is one of the most diive things I ate in Shanghai. These dumplimgs containing a base of soup within a punched wapper are the most amazing snck food ever. Buying a serve of these dumplimgs and strolling along in the winter evenong was  a truly magnfificne texpereince

    2.Hot Pot

    3. Braised eggplant (红烧茄子)

    Few truly love eggplant before they come to China, but once here, almost everyone’s a convert to this purple veggie. Of all the eggplant dishes offered in this city, the braised version of this hearty vegetable is by far the most savory.

    Stewed in shaoxing wine, soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, ginger, sugar, chilies and sometimes even pork, this Shanghai favorite has become a staple menu item at most restaurants. It boasts the perfect combo of saltiness, sweetness and savoriness — and we don’t feel so guilty eating it because it’s a veggie.

     street noodles

    28. Kebabs skewered meat are alternately pierced with a piece of fat and topped with a delicious cumin-based seasoning mix

    40. Shanghai-style fried noodles

    Shanghai cumian — a thickly cut pasta — is Shanghai’s gift to the wondrous world of noodles. Served at most dumpling joints, Shanghai-style fried noodles are usually stir-fried with beef, chicken or pork (sometimes even shrimp) then cabbage and onions.

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