Busiest at breakfast, this venerable institution steams all sorts of delicious buns and dumplings that are hungrily wolfed down by locals and tourists 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