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Formerly Shanghai Tang, the name change hasn't altered the quality of the Chinese and Japanese menu at this unpretentious Soho eatery. The soup dumplings—plump with ground pork and bursting with juices—remain crowd pleasers, along with pan-fried Shanghai noodles and tiny dim sum treats. While the Asian standards are exceptional, culinary daredevils will plunge into the more unusual specialties like braised sea cucumber, yellow eel imported from China, and a variety of unusual organ dishes. The original Flushing, Queens, location is also worth the trip.
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