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[London] - Dragon Castle

CTownFeedR | May 19, 200811:22 AM     3

I am so happy this is my local dim sum joint.

It was just me, but that didn't stop me from being greedy.

- Tripe with scallions and ginger:
Oh man, best tripe this style I have had. Ever. Just perfectly seasoned. Full, sweet ginger flavor with a light bite of chili. Soft, just properly chewy pieces of tripe. Excellent.

- Chive and Shrimp dumpling:
Nice thin wrapper. Good flowering chive flavor with good chunks of shrimp.

- Pork Shu Mai:
Again, nice wrapper with high quality filling.

- Sticky Rice:
Good texture and flavor. Nice chunks of chicken and various mushrooms.

- Salt and Pepper Squid:
Pedestrian, not great. Only real let down of the meal.

- Roast Pork Chueng Fun:
Decent. I like it when scallions are added into the wrapped noodle.

16 pounds with a pot of tea.

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