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The Pacman dumplings from RedFarm in Miami.



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Coconut Grove needs a great Chinese restaurant, but RedFarm isn’t it. The New York transplant took over the notorious Mr. Moe’s space, transforming it from a debaucherous log house where too much moose juice (don’t ask) was consumed into a Chinese restaurant with below average dim sum and beyond exorbitant prices.

Dishes like the $105 Peking duck are underwhelming. The pancakes it comes with are more like stale tortillas, and the sauces are watery. Then there’s the Pac-Man dumplings: four ghost-shaped shrimp dumplings all dyed various colors and plated like they’re being chased by a potato Pac-Man. They look exhausted—their eyes drooping and bodies so greasy they slip right through the chopsticks. We’re firm believers in eating everything on our plate, but the potato Pac-Man tastes like it was just meant for decoration, and the ghosts (despite coming in various flavors) all taste like shrimp and dough. The highlight of the meal are the heated toilets, but we're pretty sure you can't make a reservation here just to use the bathroom.

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