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Wing Sing update

Yimster | Dec 4, 2002 10:26 PM

Well I check out up close Wing Sing that Gary Soup posted earlier. We need to define our view of this place. Gary is right the sign is newly updated. I only notice that it was the same color and did not read it under last night. They do make a statement about Northern and Southern snacks. So Gary is right on that point. Also there is hot steam table food. They also so serves won ton, rice noodle and wheat noodle soup during the day.

This is a basic take out dim sum deli that will have chow mein and a few stean table rice dishes. I have tried a few of their items and found the following as good if not better than most of the many other places. It is my opinion that each of the many many take out places have outstanding dishes.

Here is a short list of the items I found to better than most.

Turnip cakes, very good a high level of actual turnip to flour. Very good but not as good as homemade (My Aunt's is still the best).:>)

Taro cakes, very good again high level of actual taro root.

They have a dim sum with taro root filling that is very good and not available elsewhere.

The rest of the dim sum seem good at a level with some of the best of the rest.

I am is the process of read their list of dim sum and will next weekend go again and try new items. They seen to have a few items that are not run of the mill items. Like a chicken meat sew mai, I was not that impressed but I may learn to get used to it. There are a few items in Chinese only and I will take some time to translet later.

Just want to let Gary know he was not that far off. Sometime people see what they want to see. We all miss food we can not get. What Mom make at home year ago is always better, what you remember is alway better.

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