Hong Kong dim sum favorite faces uncertain future

By Jasmine Leung

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Sounds like the same thing that's happening in New York.

As for this particular place in HK, I once waited two hours to eat there. I came out of the experience thinking dim sum in San Fran or L.A. was WAAAAY better.

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One of my favorite culinary experiences.

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@Jalapeno Do you think dim sum in San Fran or L.A. is better because of the taste? Or the variety?

I thought I'd like the "real" version of mapo tofu but, a couple of years ago, I had the authentic Chinese version of it in a Chinese restaurant in Kawasaki. I didn't like it. The first two of three spoonfuls were good but beyond that, it was much too spicy. I like the Japanese version...

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