1038 Race St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: (215) 875-8558
Parking: Garage, Street
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Caterers, Chinese
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Pets Allowed: No
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11/01/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This one is a little bit of hard for me to rate the gave the really clean green dine room a 4 dollar really tasty soupy dumpling 4star,but another thing I need to mention is their attentive SERVICE and a lot of smiling gave 5 star. It's a lot better than a lot of other restaurants in China town area,
And this time, I was with family, and they knew the ""secret"" of coming to the location in , for better parking...
- Pork soup Dumplings ( long ) - the !
- Crab - great! still not sure how they pour the soup inside.
(6 of dumplings is 4 bucks! nothing beats that! and this is better than any of the places tried in The bay area (CA), and NY area. Clams with brow Sauce. Yum! (Finally clams without the sandy grit from uncleaned seafood) tasty, even just the sauce with white rice was a a good my bf likes here better than Joe Shanghai in Flushing better.
I was surprised that they have bf tried is Paul is big fan of had Angry Dragon roll it was a little bit different than we expected ,with fried shrimp tuna and soy wrapped but it was so good with the sweet sauce.
ANGRY DRAGON different)
At the end the server Ben brought up some sweet dessert soup on the house at the was a thick soup with little tapioca stuffed sesame inside it was so ..
10/30/2009Provided by Citysearch -
BEST SOUP DUMPLINGS EVER
You are paying about a dollar for each but so worth it. They make it on the spot. The soup in the dumpling is so delicious!
I prefer the pork to the pork and crab one.
I can't the say about the same about the other items on the menu. The fried pork dumplings had too much meat in it and the spicy wonton wasso good. But one thing everything seems to have in common is freshness. Everything taste fresh. Oh, I had the scallion pancake and thought it was the best scallion pancake I had but my girlfriend likes the one from Joe Shanghai in NY better.
I am craving some pork soup dumplings now! It cost about $74.00 for five people, tips included. We were stuffed by the end.
And I have to say their SESAME CRUSTED TUNA appetizer from sushi bar was so delicious.