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[Back of the Queue]: A Five-Hour Wait for a Breakfast Pancake

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...
Last updated: 2016-06-22
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: A food stall called Yang Wang Baojiaobu (仰望包脚步; Yang Wang means "to look up") in the Raffles City food court.

The item: Baojiaobu (包脚布) -- the Shanghainese version of that popular breakfast pancake, jianbing.

The wait: Anywhere between two and five hours.

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