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Fong Inn Too
You’re liable to walk by this homely, cluttered Chinatown grocery without even noticing itóbut then you’d be missing out on the toothsome wheat noodles, fresh tofu and frozen pork and vegetable dumplings that it supplies to both local restaurants and retail shoppers. The store is even better known among street food junkies for the inexpensive treats sold from the walk-up window, such as the fried radish cakes, browned and crisp on the outside and jelly-like on the inside, studded with salty Chinese sausage and dried shrimp, and served with a dousing of hoisin sauce. The snack’s ideal follow-up is another house specialty, hot taho: a warm, silky custard of fresh bean curd, drizzled with sugar syrup.