When it comes to dumplings, Sang's is king. On weekends, you'll find a ravenous crowd of fanatics. And the dim sum is anything but standard. Sure, the tender, translucent-skinned har gow — shrimp dumplings — ($3.35) are pristine, but it's the hard-to-find other options you want. Litter your table with dishes filled with pyramid-shaped spinach dumplings ($2.95) dotted with cubes of slightly bitter bamboo shoots. And don't miss the springy beef balls wrapped in tofu skins ($2.75) or the crisp, pan-fried noodles tossed in XO sauce ($8.50) that take on an intense umami funk thanks to plenty of dried scallops. Finish with a sugary pineapple bun ($2.55). Yes, in Hong Kong, people use them for a sugar jolt to start the day, but here there's nothing wrong with using them to put you in a food coma all afternoon.