For seafood-lovers in Sheepshead Bay who want something that’s not battered and fried or drenched in butter, head to Wing Hing, where your meal greets you from a wall of tanks near the entrance. Come hungry and with people who can eat, because you’ll want the ginger scallion lobster (and maybe also crab), clams with black bean sauce (and maybe also razor clams), and whatever else looks good from their rotating menu of specials. They do full dim sum service on the weekends, and usually also have a small selection of to-go dim sum available throughout the week. From their main menu, I love the Peking-style pork chop: think long, thin slices of bone-in pork, fried to a crisp and served with a vat of sweet and sour sauce. It’s decadent in a way that feels almost dessert-like, and kids tend to love it, too.
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