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Canton paradise is relatively expensive as compared to other dim sum places, but the dim sum here is really top notch. I like the classic har gao and siu mai which use fresh prawns that are big and crunchy. The skin is also not too thick and the meat fillings are plentiful. I also like the baked char siew paus which is like a bun with a sweet crunchy topping filled with char siew. Each basket about $5+.
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Canton paradise is relatively expensive as compared to other dim sum places, but the dim sum here is really top notch. I like the classic har gao and siu mai which use fresh prawns that are big and crunchy. The skin is also not too thick and the meat fillings are plentiful. I also like the baked char siew paus which is like a bun with a sweet crunchy topping filled with char siew. Each basket about $5+.
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