China’s Wonton Soup Master

I t was one of those days when you first arrive in a new place. You drop off your bags at your night’s accommodation and venture into the streets in search of your next adventure. The city was Huangshan in southern Anhui province Tunxi District. We didn’t walk more than two blocks before noticing a small restaurant selling our favourite soup of all time, Wonton Soup.

Picturesque back streets of China

This Hawker stall turned restaurant is over 100 years old and has perfected this dish. The owner doesn’t speak a lick of English but if being ultra cool was a language then he would be China’s teacher.

The Wonton Soup Master

The Wonton Soup Master















We desperately needed to learn this amazing recipe, so we recruited the front desk girl at our hotel as a translator. She convinced the master soup maker to show us his tricks. The three of us kinda took a liking to the attractive interpreter but proved no contest as she was quickly swept off her feet by the restauranteur’s good looks, wit, charm, and flawless soup making ingenuity. We still left with what we came for…the amazing recipe and a full stomach. Our translator didn’t leave with us but claimed that she was staying back for another bowl of soup.

China's Famous Wonton Soup

Clayton Klyne

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World travellers, Chefs and television personalities. Without Borders take food, travel and adventure and make short videos that has been turned in to a television series called Chefs Run Wild.

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