There are a couple of Capital Seafoods in the SGV, and now this dim sum place has opened another location in Beverly Hills. The prices are a bit higher than at the original locations, but the service is great and the food is fantastic. They take reservations for any size group, but it’s best to come here with at least a few friends. You order off a checklist menu, and the boxes next to the shrimp and pork shiu mai, shrimp har gow, and barbecue pork bones might as well be permanently filled in. There are usually lots of families in the big dining room, mostly trying to decide if three orders of buns are enough for everyone to have leftovers to take home.
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