Next door to the now-closed Luscious Dumplings is Hui Tou Xiang, an underrated place you should stop into on any SGV dumpling crawl. It’s a pretty simple spot - sit down and you’ll get some tea and spicy kimchi, plus a menu and pencil to check off your order. Their namesake hui tou dumplings are the highlight - the rectangular, pan-fried dumplings are juicy and delicious, and not something you see at most places.
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