Shanghai

Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant | No.85 Yuyuan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
Tony stops in this longtime establishment (opened in 1900) for soup dumplings, including a giant one you slurp through a straw. By all accounts, this place is pretty touristy and does have a long wait to get in. (NR3.7, 2007)

Wujiang Road Night Street Market | Wujiang Rd, Jingan Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200000
Tony has some stinky tofu, which he doesn’t particularly care for, and some Sichuan beef noodles, which he does. (NR3.7, 2007)

Yang’s Fried Dumplings | 97 Huanghe Road, Shanghai, China
Bourdain samples fried soup dumplings as well as a tofu beef noodle soup. (NR3.7, 2007)

Zee Zee’s (?) | Yangcheng Lake
Tony goes fishing with a chef named Zee Zee, and then stops at his restaurant to sample the expensive Yangcheng hairy crab. Searching didn’t turn up any chef in the region named Zee Zee (how it was spelled in the closed captioning) or a restaurant under his name. (NR3.7, 2007)

Wase Market | Dali, China
Tony experiences another market, trying a rice candy he compares to saltwater taffy, a bowl of noodle soup with chicken, and picks up some stinky tofu covered in hairy mold for later. (NR3.7, 2007)

Lijiang Monastery | Liajiang, China
Tony samples a vegetarian meal at one of the monasteries in Lijiang, which is heavy in liangfen (a bean jelly). (NR3.7, 2007)