After 3 (awesome, an understatement) nights in Beijing, we’re suffering a “bad” bout of ‘Monday blues’. 😦
And so, we had to get our cravings satisfied:
Yang’s fried dumplings (小杨生煎 / Xiao Yang Sheng Jian) to soothe our blues! 😛
D was still a little unwell (hopefully not coming down with the flu), so he had vermicelli instead:
Decently priced at RMB 12 (SGD 2.50 only!!) with a generous portion.
小杨生煎 (Xiao Yang Sheng Jian / Yang’s Fried Dumplings) (multiple locations)
虹口区 (Hongkou District)
西江湾路388号 (388 West Jiangwan Rd)
虹口凯德龙之梦购物中心 (近虹口足球场) (Hongkou Plaza; near Hongkou Football Stadium)
Feeling lazy, we decided to take the metro home.
Upon exiting the station, we were “greeted” by this usual sight:
This 矮胖子(directly translated to mean ‘Short Fatty’)-shop, which sells soy bean milk and fried dough sticks, is always closed at lunch time and so we’ve not gotten to try it until now. 😦
Anyway, careful observation of the signage got us sniggering too…
So evil huh… 😛
In the evening, we decided to go for a foot massage at 红伊扦脚屋 which we stumbled upon on New Year’s Day:
Only at RMB 40 (SGD 8.40) for 60 minutes, we had our absolutely sore feet (from all that Beijing exploration) soothed and relaxed! 😀