Part 2 of this series focuses on the various street foods in Shanghai. I want to give you a good sense of the different types of street food being sold in Nanjing Road. East Nanjing Road is a pedestrian only street lined up with retail, food halls, and street stall vendors.
Introduction to Shanghai
Chicago O’Hare American Airlines Flagship Lounge
American Airlines ORD-PVG 777-200 Business Class
Le Royal Meridien Shanghai Hotel Review
The Westin Bund Center Shanghai Hotel Review Part 1
The Westin Bund Center Shanghai Hotel Review Part 2
The Hongta Hotel Shanghai Review
Twelve at Hengshan Shanghai Hotel Review
Four Points by Sheraton Shanghai Pudong Hotel Review
My Experience on the Shanghai Maglev Train
The Sights and Sounds of Nanjing Road and the Shanghai Bund
The Sights and Sounds of the Yuyuan Garden in Shanghai
The Sights and Sounds of the French Concession in Shanghai
The Sights and Sounds of Pudong Shanghai
The Sights and Sounds of Qipu Lu (Cheap Road) in Shanghai
Scam City: Shanghai Edition
The Various Restaurant Eats in Shanghai
The Various Street Foods in Shanghai Part 1
The Various Street Foods in Shanghai Part 2
The Various Street Foods in Shanghai Part 3
Shanghai Pudong Airport First Class Lounge
Shanghai Pudong Airport Dragonair and Cathay Pacific Lounge
American Airlines PVG-ORD 777-200 Business Class
In East Nanjing Road, you can find many street cart vendors selling various meats on a stick.
Some street cart vendors even sell fresh sugar cane juice from bamboo.
In the various street stall vendors, you can find corn, Portuguese egg tarts, Chinese style beef jerky, and various types of buns.
There are also street stall vendors that will sell you food a la carte or by the pound.
I ventured out to the sides streets of East Nanjing Road and saw a street stall vendor selling dim sum for less than 1.50 RMB ~$0.25 USD!.
You can find many Chinese dim sum delicacies here for cheap.
I found an alleyway nearby the main streets of East Nanjing Road and saw an unregulated pop-up restaurant. These alleyways have tables and chairs for diners.
There is even a full kitchen cooking delicious Chinese dumplings with a variation of spices.