Those of you following multiple geographic boards know that Chinese noodles and dumpling wrappers made partially out of fish flour are a rare commodity, but which can also turn up anywhere. They've been seen at Zhang's Family Garden locations in Manhattan Chinatown and Orlando, a couple other places in Manhattan, Ivy's Deli in Austin, TX, one sighting by another hound in the Baltimore area, and locally at Osaka Buffet in Hacienda Heights. While making my weekly visit to Union Buffet in West Los Angeles I noticed that the Fuzhou fish ball soup was gone, replaced by wonton soup with the wontons in a stiff looking wrapper. Sure enough, it's the same elastic, chewy, fishy wrapper made with fish flour. This has to be the most unlikely sighting of all.