Mofu Shoppe, from the owners of Pho Nomenal Dumpling food truck, is opening in City Market in downtown Raleigh July 6, 2017. “Fu” means fortune in Mandarin Chinese. “Mo” stands for more.
Mofu Shoppe, from the owners of Pho Nomenal Dumpling food truck, is opening in City Market in downtown Raleigh July 6, 2017. “Fu” means fortune in Mandarin Chinese. “Mo” stands for more. Jessica Banov jbanov@newsobserver.com
Mofu Shoppe, from the owners of Pho Nomenal Dumpling food truck, is opening in City Market in downtown Raleigh July 6, 2017. “Fu” means fortune in Mandarin Chinese. “Mo” stands for more. Jessica Banov jbanov@newsobserver.com

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