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best, most authentic dumplings in c-town

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best, most authentic dumplings in c-town

Emily | Jun 21, 2001 01:04 PM

I was walking around c-town last weekend searching for this dumpling place that I used to go to all the time. They sold handmade dumplings plus some other misc. buns etc in bulk, and was very well priced. Anyways, I walked and walked and this place was no where to be found. I asked some store owners on the street and finally someone told me that the place had closed. Disappointed, I walked away and noticed this little street that I've never noticed before. Next thing you know, I see dumplings in big Chinese letters. Of course I bolted down the street and find a tiny little shop with 4 dumpling chefs busy making dumplings and lots of other treats. I ordered some pan fried dumplings (the real kind - like the one they make in China), and some fried buns. There's a little bar for you to eat there if you wish, but it's mostly a take out place. The food was delicious. I even bought a bag of pork and leek dumplings home. Anyways, I'm so excited I found this little place and just want to share with all of you. BTW, it's on Mosco Street. I believe the cross street is Mott, but I'm not sure.

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