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Chang's Chinese Restaurant


1311 SW 107th Ave, Miami
Earn 3X Points

This is one of the best restaurants for solid Cantonese dishes around FIU South Campus. It has two airy dining rooms and plenty of big round tables with lazy susans perfect for sharing all the dishes you’ll want to order here. Start with a big bowl of slivered pork and pickled mustard green soup and follow it up with chewy e fu noodles in a savory brown sauce, a beef and daikon clay pot, and some of Miami’s best traditional Cantonese sweet and sour pork—with perfectly thin and crispy slices. And if you see it on the rotating menu, absolutely order the crispy salt and pepper homemade tofu, which looks like a pile of jumbo cheese doodles that literally melt in your mouth like pudding. 

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