Busiest at breakfast, this venerable institution steams all sorts of delicious buns and dumplings. They are hungrily wolfed down by locals and tourists alike, along with cups of kui dragon tea, a light and fragrant green tea known colloquially as "Monkey King." Try the xièfĕn tāngbāo, oversized crabmeat dumplings from which you slurp out the rich soup through a straw. Served in bamboo steamers, the jade dumplings are filled with a local leafy vegetable. Fu Chun
is also a good place to sample the dish Yangzhou gave to the world: fried rice.
35 Desheng Qiao Lu, Yangzhou, 225111, China