There are 34 items on the menu, including several types of fried rice, noodles, and dumplings, at Bai Xiong, or White Bear, a tiny bare-bones storefront across from the Bland Houses. You, along with everybody else, are there for only one item though: wontons with hot sauce. Hesitate for a moment and the proprietress will put you in your place with a curt, “No. 6, sit down.” The thin-skinned white morsels, known as hong you wonton, filled with pork and topped with scorched chile oil and crunchy bits of pickled vegetables are simply amazing. A standard order of 12 is $6.50. Feeling especially hungry? Score 20 for $11.25, or better yet take home 200 frozen wontons. You’ll have to figure out how to make the sauce on your own though!