The restaurant is famous for its dumplings, especially the soup-filled pork ones. (They're not identified as such on the menu, so ask the server.) Above is a dish of celery - Wayne insists it was slightly pickled - with thin-cut tofu, carrots and peanuts. I'm not much of a celery fan, so the dish didn't appeal to me.
We also ordered (something like) dandan noodles, a Sichuan dish with hot and numbing peppers. Also: the leek pie and a sesame pancake stuffed with spiced pork that bore a keen resemblance to carnitas. By the time we were done with these not-so-small plates, we were unable to think about ordering more substantial dishes.
@TheGorgeousJR: "[It is] very inexpensive; we sell it at the shop. You can get it…
Where can you buy caul fat?
This looks amazing. However, I see a bell pepper on the counter, and bell pepper…
Love pork belly.
Some food just doesn't photograph well, even if it is tasty.
Nothing wrong with grease on the walls if the burger is tasty.