Make sure to ask for the small "Chinese" menu -- it yields authentic goodies like kung pao frog's legs. Steamed whole flounders and Maine lobsters -- not to mention dishes like stir-fried rice noodles with seafood, stocked with shrimp, scallops, squid, and lobster -- are big enough for four to share, as is the terrific hot-and-sour soup.
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Most locals know NE 167th/163rd Street as a shopping destination, not as a restaurant row. But the roughly three-mile strip between I-95 and Biscayne Boulevard is the closest thing our town has to a Chinatown though it's actu...
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