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Shiao Lan Kung


930 Race St, Philadelphia
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If the line for a table at David's Mai Lai Wah is longer than you’re willing to wait (which is probably about 10 minutes if you’re coming from the bars), take yourself and all of your friends to Shiao Lan Kung. Like David’s, it’s open until 3am on weekends and has a long menu full of food that will soak up everything you drank earlier. But the service tends to be quicker here, and while the scene isn’t quite as fun, the crab meat lo mein and shredded-pork rice noodles more than make up for it.

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