Mount & Bao, a new Chinese restaurant in Lake City, is ready to join Din Tai Fung and Dough Zone as one of our go-to places for dumplings in the city. Their perfectly-seasoned wontons in chili oil have a nice kick, and the dry-fried garlicky green beans put Din Tai Fung’s to shame. While the service is on the slower side (as in, wait-10-minutes-before-getting-water slow), your patience is rewarded with kimchi beef potstickers (the best things here), carrot bao, hand-pulled noodles, and pork soup dumplings filled with a rich and thick broth.
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