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Shanghai Jia Jia Soup & Xiao Yang Fried Dumplings Branches

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Don't dispair anymore when you see the long lines outside the famous Shanghai Jia Jia Soup Dumplings and Xiao Yang Pan Fried Dumplings' original restaurants, each now have branches that are not as crowded, bigger/brighter/cleaner and just as tasty dumplings.

Jia Jia has branches at 179 South Xi Zhang Road, 777 South Zhong Shang Road nad 62 Li Yuan Road, none of them far from the original one.

Xiao Yang has over a dozen branches with half of them in residential areas, 702 East Nanjing Road (in the No. 1 Food Stuff Department Store, a feast for the senses itself), 488 Zhejiang Road are very near the People's Square and easy for travelers to find.

Enjoy!

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