Perhaps the most inviting aspect of this shoebox-sized restaurant’s linoleum and faux-wood decor are the lacquered ducks and crispy-skinned pork haunches hanging from hooks behind the counter. They’re good, as are many of the homey Cantonese dishes on the menu — big pea sprouts with black mushrooms, the steamed tofu stuffed with shrimp. Navigating the hundred-item menu can seem daunting until you convince the cheerfully bossy staff to help you pick out the good stuff.


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