La Maison Kam Fung
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La Maison Kam Fung information
This is generally considered the best place in town for dim sum, and is especially popular for Saturday and Sunday brunch. Waiters circle the tables with carts of dim sum ($3 to $7 each) – you pick and choose from tender dumplings, spare ribs, mushrooms, spicy shrimp and much more.
The entrance is hidden in the rear of a shopping passage up an escalator. Reservations recommended.