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spread of Chinese food with colorful dumpkings, soup dumplings, and sliced duck breast
8.2

Wanna Bao

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ChineseShanghainese

Midtown

$$$$Perfect For:Walk-InsCasual Weeknight DinnerDim Sum
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Our answer to the question posed by Wanna Bao’s name is, “Yes.” Opened by the One Dragon folks, this Shanghainese spot offers a dumpling oasis to the people of Midtown. Like its predecessor, Wanna Bao specializes in fresh and light xiao long bao, but also adds its own flair with colorful dumplings. Wanna Bao is usually full of young people splitting jasmine tea duck on a first date or people from nearby apartments on a wonton soup and steamer basket dinner quest.

close up detail photos of soup dumplings

photo credit: Quit Nguyen

restaurant interior with wooden tables and many ceiling lamps

photo credit: Quit Nguyen

soup dumpling resting in a black spoon

photo credit: Quit Nguyen

Exterior building with vertical gray wooden slats and a Wanna Bao sign

photo credit: Quit Nguyen

close up detail photos of soup dumplings
restaurant interior with wooden tables and many ceiling lamps
soup dumpling resting in a black spoon
Exterior building with vertical gray wooden slats and a Wanna Bao sign

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