Self-proclaimed "Badass Bao" food truck sells fresh Gua Bao buns and small plates.
Some say it's got the best dim sum in town, with a full bar, wine, and sake. The choices include mostly Hong Kong and Cantonese classics.
has a menu long on fresh seafood and meat, all authentically prepared and priced right – try roast or Beijing duck, Chinese barbecue pork, whole roast pigs, hot pots, and more. Get it to go, or eat there.
Bustling Sichuan eatery shines with their dumplings.
Asian-themed stir-fried rice bowls feature your choice of veggies, beef, chicken, shrimp, or tofu.
The style of cooking is Cantonese, the interior is bright and clean, and the portions are generous. Try the broad range of Chinese barbecue and seafood items, or just stick with the delicious vegetarian options.
The freshly cooked dim sum is served all the time, with cart service at lunch and on weekends. Otherwise, the Chinese-American standards, tea menu, desserts, and full bar will bring you back.
Expansive menu of Nepalese and Indian cuisine.
Moist and succulent char siu pork, nongreasy roast duck, the juiciest marinated chicken, crispy-skinned Peking duck, and delightful little quails in special salt make Ho Ho a must-go.
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