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Soup dumplings in Mia-Ft. Lauderdale?

I have been craving the soup dumplings from Joe's Shanghai in NYC lately. Is there any place in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale that serves anything remotely close to those yummy soup dumplings?

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  1. I am a devoted fan of Soup dumplings and haven't even found decent Chinese food here in SoFla neer mind the soup dumplings!! I have the recipe if you are interested!! :)

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    1. re: DolceFarNiente

      I would love the recipe thank you!

      1. re: jadedgal3

        Here you go!! Enjoy!!


    2. Chu's Taiwan Kitchen in Coral Gables has xiao long bao a/k/a soup dumplings. They are not the best I've had (a little small, wrapper a little too tough) but they hit the spot.

      Hong Kong Noodle in North Miami Beach had them sometimes, but heard it just closed.

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      1. re: Frodnesor

        Thank you Frodnesor. An okay soup dumpling is better than no soup dumpling at all!!!

      2. Hakkasan has/had soup dumplings on their dim sum menu (called xiao long bao on the menu), but I haven't been in a while so it may not still be there. If they are still there, they are very good.

        Miami Beach, FL, Miami Beach, FL

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        1. re: Fineas

          We had them at Hakkasan last year and they were very good, but that was when they still had an a la carte dim sum menu. I seem to recall that it's now a prix fixe dim sum menu only.

          Miami Beach, FL, Miami Beach, FL

        2. I had soup dumpling or xiao long bao at Lung Gong last week. Not exactly Joe's Shanghai but I had a craving and so they were on the menu. Lung Gong is on 8th street just west of the turnpike.

          Lung Gong Restaurant
          11920 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33184

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          1. re: Skeeta

            Xiao Long Bao ( Soupy Dumplings) are now on the Dim Sum menu at Tropical Chinese (called Ginger Pork Dumplings) and at Chef Philip Ho's in Sunny Isles.

          2. I don't want to drive anyone mad, but I had a massive, wooden tray of about 15 of them in Jujiang China for about 33 cents that fed 3 people.