Zitz Sum is a Coral Gables restaurant and former pandemic dumpling delivery pop-up. So, yes, you should order dumplings - which rotate frequently but will probably always be delicious. We tried a plump pink shrimp har gow and chicken potstickers, which sat on a pile of tingly Sichuan chili. Both were excellent. But there was also a tasty crudo that involved strawberries, a charred cabbage with habanero butter, and fried rice with a creamy egg, bits of snap pea, and crunchy bites of crispy rice. The menu changes a lot here, but you're probably going to encounter something delicious when you come. The restaurant is also the perfect size for a date or catch-up dinner with a friend who appreciates the tingly sensation of Sichuan spice. They’ve also got a small menu of natural and biodynamic wine as well as a courtyard with pet-friendly outdoor seating. The restaurant is a located inside an office building and not visible from the street, so just look for the sign outside and - don't worry - no one's going to charge you with trespassing.
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