Pork Buns, Congee, and Shu Mai, Oh My! by stegaliu
October 28, 2007, 11:24 pm
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We found good dim sum in Westchester!

Eight easy steps to a Tasty Sunday Mid-morning

1) Drive to White Plains, an eerie white-collar city (complete with high rises and a PF Chang’s) in the middle of suburban nothingland.
2) Find the Marriot That Time Forgot (its just down block from the White Plains Mall That Time Forgot)
3) Enter the Marriot lobby.
4) Resist urge to flee. Look left.
5) Find a largely unmarked brass door that discreetly says “Aberdeen Seafood and Dim Sum,” and not-so-discreetly, “Zagat Rated”.
6) Be seated anywhere you like (literally, most of the tables will be empty).
7) Enjoy all of the Chinese brunch staples, delivered hot and fast to your table by multi-lingual waiters willing to take special orders.
8) Revel in the fact that you didn’t schlep to Flushing, Philly, or, God forbid, Manhattan for some reliable dimmy sum.

Sticky rice in lotus leaves, scallion dumplings, seafood shu mai, vegetable dumplings, juicy pork buns.


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