I recommend Bund Shanghai for soup dumplings and the dan dan noodles. I'm always looking for dumplings and spicy noodles that compare with those I ate during a month's stay in China. Bund Shanghai delivers on both.
The soup dumplings (pork) were tasty. Not enough broth. On the small side.
The dan dan noodles are in a bowl of spicy red chili soup. No peanuts. Super delicious.
I also really enjoyed the red bean pancake dessert. Sweet red bean paste wrapped in a pancake that was crispy at the edges.
The tea they serve had a beautiful fragrance.
The interior is clean enough, nothing fancy. We were the only Caucasians. Servers speak English.
Parking is difficult. I had to circle around for about 10 minutes before I found a spot on the street although I did notice a few parking garages in the vicinity.
We ate at 8PM on a Wednesday and 5:30PM on a Friday and didn't wait for a table either time.
As a side note: I have an intolerance to garlic and had no problem with any of the food at Bund.
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