It’s the small things, sometimes

A friend and I went to have dim sum at the Golden Unicorn in Manhattan’s China Town.

Some shots.

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9 Responses to It’s the small things, sometimes

  1. Fr Matthew says:

    That looks really good!

  2. It was reeeeeally good.

  3. patergary says:

    I’ve been to a lot of restaurant that serve “dim sum” (my favorite) here in DC/MD/VA area.

  4. Dr. Eric says:

    Fr. Z,

    Thou art making me really jealous! All of the good Chinese restaurants on the east side of St. Louis have shut down. All we have is that buffet junk. Bu hao!

    This Sinophile is jonesing for some good Chinese food!

  5. medievalist says:

    Dim sum as a the Extraordinary Form…looks the same (and tastes great) whichever part of the world you’re in?

  6. B.Questa says:

    Where’s the chicken feet??

  7. Me says:

    Dear Fr.,

    Is there good dim sum in MN?

  8. Catholic girl Kate says:

    Please tell me those round greenie things are not crumbed eye-balls. I have always been suspicious of Chinese food since my Dad used to take us to Chinese restaurants to tease us about the ingredients when we were children. ALL dim sims are minced cat meat you know.

  9. Phil_NL says:

    @Kate:
    or baby seal, or giraffe, or St Bernard puppies, or whatever else comes in handy, as long as it’s carefully tenderized and minced, and cute. And it all tastes great!