If you want a solid dim sum-style meal without leaving Windsor Terrace, East Wind Snack Shop is your best bet. The menu here is small, but almost everything on it is worth trying. The pan-fried juicy pork buns are on par with some of the best in the city, and the “Incredible Har Gow” show up to the party dressed in a luxurious lacy skirt with a drizzle of abalone sauce. They have a few larger plates too, as well as an assortment of drinks that includes a solid honey lemon tea. Keep in mind, though, that the menu at the Windsor Terrace shop is substantially different from their Carroll Gardens location where they make their famous dragon’s beard candy.
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