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Sang’s Chinese Food And Dim Sum

Sang’s is a great North Miami dim sum option to add to your rotation. They do dim sum service from 11am-4pm during the week and 10:30am-4pm on the weekends, offering some good steamed shrimp and leek dumplings, shumai, and too many other things to name here. They have other familiar Chinese dishes like lo mein and Peking duck, in case you’re not in a dumpling mood.

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