the Chinese new year won't be complete without the lion dances which dominated the streets. every time they started performing in rhythm with the banging of the drums, people crowd around them.the narrow street didn't stop people from walking and checking Chinese items sold along the way. the bloggers didn't miss checking out a set of antique items with the tiger figurines being the most sell-able.as hours went by, more and more people were flocking along the busy Binondo strip. the heat of the sun didn't stop us from walking with the idea that we will have the fried siopao as our final merienda. another not-to-miss here is the shanghai fried siopao. it's not that different from the usual siopao but what i like most from it is the fact that it's fried and small. i can actually finish four of these for a regular eat. so let's see how the bloggers find it.cher - who loves seafoods and crabs gives a high  for the cute siopao.
docgelo - who frequents Binondo gave shanghai's style of siopao a .
ann - who likes adobo and pasta gives a .
josh - who loves spicy food finds it fair giving .
chyng - who likes jelly ace so much gave a  for the siopao.
dongho - who likes eating it without a ketchup gives it a .
overall - [3.8] for the small and tasty siopao!