Kon Chau is a great Chinese restaurant just off Bird Road, right near Tropical Park. They have chow mein, chop suey, and also serve dim sum all day, with a handful of classic and tasty dumpling options like plump shrimp and pork shumai and green tea mushroom dumplings. The very good steamed roast pork buns are worth ordering too. They’re also in the same shopping complex as Lucky Oriental Mart, a good little Chinese grocery store where you can buy some frozen dumplings to store in your own freezer.
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