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Grand Palace Chinese Seafood Restaurant


Washington Ave, Philadelphia
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There could be two very large wedding receptions taking place at the same time at Grand Palace, and the brides would never cross paths. This behemoth of a dim sum restaurant in Little Saigon is filled with roving carts of all things steamed (like shrimp har gow, pork siu mai, chicken feet, and pork ribs), fried (our favorite is the stuffed eggplant with ground shrimp) and noodled (we love the shrimp and beef noodle rolls). There’s an extensive, seafood-heavy a la carte menu as well. It’s open all day, but it’s ideal for brunch with a big group at one of the large banquet tables topped with a Lazy Susan.

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