Steamies has been selling handmade Chinese dumplings at local farmers markets for a couple of years now (both frozen and cooked). And last month they opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant in the Crescent shopping center in the Highland neighborhood. There’s a tight menu of dumplings. Varieties include wontons, soup dumplings, barbecue pork buns, and potstickers (the Five-Spice Lemongrass Pork are very good). All the dumplings are frozen and come with easy-to-execute cooking instructions, and they’ll come in a pinch when you can’t stand the sight of yet another frozen pizza. There’s online ordering as well as seamless contactless pickup
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