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That’s Shanghai Magazine: Shanghai’s Best Breakfast Street Foods

This article original appeared in That's Shanghai Magazine.

Breakfast street foods of ShanghaiThe early morning life of the streets is just beginning but already the street food vendors have lifted their awnings and are doing a brisk trade in hot soy milk, steaming baozi and crispy you tiao. The early morning life of the streets is just beginning but already the street food vendors have lifted their awnings and are doing a brisk trade in hot soy milk, steaming baozi and crispy you tiao. So many Shanghai locals buy breakfast on the street, we wonder if anyone actually eats at home. Fiona’s top breakfast hotspot is, not surprisingly, on the corner of Nanchang Lu where it meets Xiangyang Lu, but there’s another great place to try two blocks north at Xinagyang Lu/Changle Lu. You don’t need an address though – every neighborhood has dozens of breakfast vendors clustered together, most open from dawn until mid-morning.

 

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