This Midtown restaurant has some tasty fusion dumplings and non-traditional options, like fried chicken dumplings, Key West shrimp and scallop dumplings, and pork cheek pot stickers. Dumplings here range from $7-9 for an order of three, so this isn’t one of those dim sum meals where you can load up the table with a small mountain of dumplings without having to deal with a huge tab, but there are other entrees to help fill you up - like the General Tso gator and mapo tofu.
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