spicy wontons

Another day, another dan bing!

This is a famous street stall here in Shanghai located at 585 Nanchang Lu, right behind the iaPM mall. The auntie working here cranks these Chinese stuffed crepes out at a rate of about one per minute, wrapping them a little tighter than a few of the other locals do. Got mine with a little more spice this time as well!

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Leather Jackets | Highschool!AU

Summary: Wonwoo can’t help but be a little awkward.
Word Count: 2,035 (dialogue heavy as always im sorry ;;)
Genre: i only know how to write fluff whooPS
Characters: Reader, Jeon Wonwoo, Minor Characters (Kim Mingyu)
TW: none i can think of! tell me if you need anything tagged!

A/N: im not satisfied with this but when am i ever satisfied!!!!! with anything!!!!! im sorry for making you wait and having his suck OTL… regardless, i still hope you enjoy reading!! also pls forgive me for typos or anything i am tiRED


Jeon Wonwoo had never been more nervous in his life. He slowly peered around the corner and looked down the hall. There you were, chatting with your friends about who knows what. Wonwoo bit his lip and pulled out his cell phone.

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White Bear, Flushing, NY

White Bear is a quaint hole-in-the-wall nestled in the middle of Flushing’s Chinatown that’s easy to miss, but should not be overlooked…

The place is basically a small kitchen with three tables and six seats…

But they make some of the best homemade wontons you’ll ever eat in this side of the Pacific…

Especially if you like spicy food! Get the #6 for five bucks: wontons in hot sauce with no soup. The dumplings come covered in hot chili oil and a fiery vegetable “chutney” that adds not only heat but crunch…

Be sure to go early though as they only make a certain number of wontons a day and sometimes sell out.

White Bear is a great place to start… or finish… any Flushing food adventure, all depending on how your stomach can hold up to Chinese chiles!


WHITE BEAR

135-02 Roosevelt Ave.

Flushing, NY 11354

718-961-2322

Katsuya, Tokyo

My first bowl of ramen this trip came courtesy of Katsuya in Meguro…

Right down the street from the Disney Tokyo offices, we went a bit late to avoid their long lunch lines. Katsuya specializes in “shina soba”, which is an old way of referring to “Chinese” noodles in a more simple soy based soup…

Katsuys offers a daily lunch special for 880 yen, or about nine bucks, that includes a bowl of ramen, a bowl of rice topped with your choice of meat, and picked vegetables. My rice came first, topped with a wonderful spicy ground pork…

Then the ramen…

The noodles were layered in properly with roast char siu pork, scallion and nori…

Their simple pickled cabbage was the perfect compliment…

Katsuya is also known for their spicy wontons and plump gyoza, so we got an order of each…

And were happy we did!

But the shina soba truly was the star of this show…

I’m working on getting the address for you now as it’s been impossible to Google in English. :)