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7.7

Nom Wah Philadelphia

Sydney McElwee
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7.6

Tom’s Dim Sum

Sydney McElwee
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7.6
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7.5

Ocean City Seafood Restaurant

Sydney McElwee
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7.4

Dim Sum House

Sydney McElwee
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PHL Review

Ray's Cafe & Tea House

Walk up to the counter at Ray’s Cafe & Tea House and order a cup of the best coffee and tea in the neighborhood. On a casual weeknight, it's a perfect spot to have a solo meal and a green tea or two.

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PHL Review

Far East Descendant

Far East Descendant is a Chinatown spot that serves Cantonese small plates like dim kam mini ribs, spicy chicken bites, and shrimp toast. Head to their rooftop deck for some good cocktails and noodle dishes for Happy Hour.

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PHL Review

Dim Sum House By Jane G's

Head to Dim Sum House By Jane G's in Center City with a massive group and order some buns, rolls, and fried rice. It's great for a casual weeknight meal where you can share things like pan-fried chicken dumplings.

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7.5

PHL Review

Ocean City Seafood Restaurant

Ocean City is a dim sum spot in Chinatown with really good congee.

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7.6

PHL Review

Ocean Harbor

Ocean Harbor is a fun place to eat dim sum in Philly.

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7.6

PHL Review

Tom’s Dim Sum

Tom’s Dim Sum in Chinatown is the best alternative when there’s a long wait at Dim Sum Garden.

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7.4

PHL Review

Dim Sum House

Dim Sum House in University City serves food until 1am every night, which is about as late as you can get a sit-down meal in Philly.