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- $12 for $20 worth of Chinese food, valid for dinner for parties of two or more
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Golden Harvest specializes in the type of dim sum you'd expect to find back in China—small plates of steamed buns, deep-fried seafood rolls, and egg tarts. But eating dim sum can be intimidating for those who haven't done it before, so here are a few things to know before you go:
How to order: A cart piled high with steamer baskets rolls around the dining room. Guests order by pointing to the dim sum they want to try. The server then writes down the number of dishes ordered on the table's menu card.
How to eat it: Like tapas, dim sum is meant to be shared, as it's the best way to experience a wide variety of dishes.
What to drink: Tea is a big part of the experience. In fact, most dim-sum plates were originally created to serve as snacks during teatime. Eventually, though, dim sum came to be considered a full meal.