A huge restaurant at the southern tip of Sunset of Park, Park Asia is perfect for when you’re looking for a grand space with high ceilings, big windows, and lots of round tables. There are a few other nearby Cantonese spots we like a little more than this place (we slightly prefer the food at East Harbor Seafood Palace and Bamboo Garden), but it’s still a fun spot for a group meal, especially when you’re grabbing dim sum and feel like enjoying some natural light. Anticipate a wait on weekend afternoons, and be sure to get several orders of the sticky rice dumplings filled with pork.
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