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    Dunno about Shanghai, but if you happen to be in Singapore, Din Tai Fung, a taiwanese restaurant at Paragon shopping centre, Orchard rd apparently specialise in them. over 7 years ago

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    Yu Gardens does good ones over 6 years ago

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    Din Tai Fung are also in Shanghai & Beijing, but it's pricey and you'll find just as good Xiao Long Bao in many street corner restaurants, who may have been cooking nothing else for years.

    In Shanghai, head to the old city and look for pork+crab soupy dumplings, which is the speciality of the Shanghai region. One shop - I can't spell the name - in the central square of the Old Citywill have a huge queue. It's worth the wait. Head up to the 2nd or 3rd floor, sit at the communal tables and watch how others eat the buns to avoid the scalding soup. almost 6 years ago

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    Fuchun Shao Long is very good and I am sure there are little foreigner know that! over 5 years ago

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    Agree with Steve,I thing Dingtaifeng is the best place to get Xiaolongbao. Although pricy, it tastes good. over 5 years ago

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    On east nanjing rd, inside the shanghai first food store there, is a Xiao Long Bao restaurant on 2rd floor. you can enjoy the best crab meat Xiao Long there.

    Shanghai local people like NanXiang Xiao Long. You can go to NanXiang town to eat the real ones. But I have never been there. over 5 years ago

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    There is one at zheng da guang chang 正大广场. Just went there yesterday. over 5 years ago

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    Zheng da guang chang is on lu jia zui area... Just across the oriental pearl tower over 5 years ago

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    one of the best for me is, located on Fahuazhen lu, between Panyu li-Dingxi lu. It is behind of Crowne plaza shanghai, 5 minutes walk from there.
    i had lived nearby for half year, eaten there once a week.
    it's so local one, they don't understand english, but it's easy to order.
    they only have 3 kinds of food.
    if you stay in xuhui district or zhangnng district, it's worth to go. over 5 years ago

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    You can go to Yuyuan gargen over 5 years ago

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    豫园南翔小笼 over 5 years ago

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    Definitely Shi Wei Guan (十味观). They have a bunch of restaurants offering the best quality and best value-for-money Xiao Long Bao in town. Dining experience at Yu Garden is not so pleasant. Ding Tai Feng is way too pricey. Just FYI, I was born and brought up in Shanghai. over 5 years ago

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    Yu yuan over 5 years ago

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    Why not having a try on shao yang Shen jian小杨生煎 over 5 years ago

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    南翔小笼包 over 5 years ago

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    Shanghai nanxiang over 5 years ago

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    豫园南翔小笼包 over 5 years ago

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    Ok,the chenghuangmiao(a temple.). over 5 years ago

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    Yu garden,too. over 5 years ago

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    Nanxiao shao long Bao is the most famous one in shanghai. over 5 years ago

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    Chen huang temple over 5 years ago

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    Din tai fung over 5 years ago

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    In Yu Garden or wujiang road over 5 years ago

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    ...in Ximtiande, yo do find a very good one, 鼎泰丰 about 5 years ago

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    Yu garden(is it Xiao Long Bao?) about 5 years ago

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    You can visit Yu Yuan or Nanxiang; both places offer the best Xiao Long Bao. about 5 years ago

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    Yu. Garden about 5 years ago

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    Yu yuan garden about 5 years ago

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    And of course at my home, but it is not open for public. about 5 years ago

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    Yu Garden. Nanxiang is too far to a visitor. about 5 years ago

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    u can find someone named"Nan Xiang",that's the original almost 5 years ago

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