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Chinese dinner (NOT dim sum) in Sunset Park - who's good these days?

sgordon | Dec 9, 201410:56 AM     12

While the number of words expressed on CH regarding dim sum options is seemingly endless, much less so appears regarding regular dinner - at least for Sunset Park. Pacificana used to be the go-to but they've slacked in recent years, it seems, and the menu isn't as exciting as it used to be. (New chef?)

As to the other usual suspects - East Harbor, Bamboo Garden, New Spring, etc - anyone hit any of them recently for dinner? (And has anyone had the Crocodile at New Spring?)

I've noticed a number of other places that don't get too much verbiage that appear to share remarkably similar menus, plus or minus a few selections, right down to some of the phrasing used - Everett, Chen Fulin Kwok, Lucky Zhang's, Luo Xing Ta, and Wang Cun Ju off the top of my head. Same owners? All spinoffs of one?

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