- $12 for $20 worth of dim sum and traditional Chinese food
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South Garden Chinese Restaurant
The native chefs of South Garden Chinese Restaurant favor the recipes of their country's Imperial age, the comfort foods that helped make their cuisine popular around the world. Drawing from several regions, the team creates dishes that showcase fresh produce, imported herbs and spices, and slow-roasted meats. Read on to learn about some of their standout offerings:
- Dim sum: The reason why many people come to South Garden. Served in the trademark bamboo baskets, the wide range of small dishes includes steamed custard buns, stuffed tofu, and squid in black-bean sauce.
- Mu shu: Five versions of this northern Chinese favorite, a scramble of egg, meat or veggies, and mushrooms, are all accompanied by thin pancakes.
- Pork: Satisfy sweet or savory cravings with options such as the Hong Kong–style sweet-and-sour pork or the Hak-Kah braised pork with preserved mustard greens.
- Peking duck: The chefs pride themselves on their succulent, slow-roasted bird, one of a trio of duck entrees.
- Congee: This savory pan-Asian rice porridge can be studded with sliced fish, chopped beef, seafood, or preserved egg.
- Seafood: Seafood options are extensive, ranging from Maine lobster or dungeness crab with ginger and scallions to glazed, sautéed shrimp with walnuts.