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A Two and a Half Hour Wait for Mooncakes

In "Back of the Queue", SmSh sends our writers to some of the city's worst lines to see what's up with them. "What are they selling? Is it worth the wait? Let's send some poor unfortunate soul to find...
2016-08-30 15:16:48
We check out some of the city's worst lines to see what's up with them. "What are they selling? Is it worth the wait? Which unfortunate soul do we send to find out?" That's our thinking with this one.
In "Back of the Queue", SmSh sends our writers to some of the city's worst lines to see what's up with them. "What are they selling? Is it worth the wait? Let's send some poor unfortunate soul to find out." That's our thinking with this.

The venue: Sunya Cantonese Restaurant on Nanjing Dong Lu.

The item: Yan du xian (腌笃鲜) mooncakes. Sunya's newly developed mooncake recipe features the main ingredients of classic Shanghainese soup: cured pork, fresh pork, and winter bamboo shoots.

The wait: Two and a half hours on weekdays.

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