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Godly‘s hundun (wonton dumplings) are without a doubt my favourite dumplings in town. Served in a dark clear soup of mushroom, red jujube and loads of other secret ingredients, the dumplings (18rmb) are stuffed with shepherd’s purse and tofu. (via Lauren)
My two visits to Blue Bottle were split between Kiosk, located on Linden Street near Civic Center, and Mint Plaza. The only difference is that Mint Plaza is an actual coffee shop, so you may sit and enjoy the atmosphere. (via Isabelle)
When I was in college, I graduated from chili cheese fries to a San Diego staple, carne asada fries. Then Frysmith came along and brought it to a whole new level. Try the Rajas Fries, and you’ll never go back to McDonald’s. (via Crystal)