Canton Palace is a Westchester restaurant that serves a whole bunch of tasty Chinese dishes, like salt and pepper squid, Szechuan shrimp, and some great dumplings. We thoroughly enjoy their dim sum platter, which is served all day. It comes with shrimp shumai, crispy fried shrimp balls, steamed shrimp dumplings, thick fried pork dumplings, and a couple of egg rolls. It feeds two, even though we finished one ourselves and had to lay on the floor in silence for 30 minutes afterward. It was worth it.
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