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Jim Leff | Oct 7, 201304:49 PM     101

Shing Kee and Tindo are long gone, and Fuleen's downhill, so I'm questing for homestyle Cantonese. I could resort to Wo Hop or Hop Kee, but I'd prefer a step up...good fresh seafood and a generous list of seasonal dishes, not just barebones (but it needn't be a Hong Kong palace, either).

Folks over the years have kept dragging me to NY Noodle Town, and I keep not liking anything about it (smell, service, or food), so that's out.

I've heard good things about Cheung Wong Kitchen, but never tried it.

Wasn't there a shiny new-generation Cantonese place similar to Funky Broome somewhere around SOHO/LES a while ago? Anything like that still in biz?

I'm also curious about China Pearl Seafood Restaurant, but of course that's all the way out in Elmhurst....

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