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Canton Cooks

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You'll be satisfied with the Americanized standards, but if you really want a great time at the restaurant, order specialties off the menu like the snow pea leaves and salt and pepper pork. A great Chinese restaurant with plenty of regulars.

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Large menu includes Peking duck without the usual 24-hour call-ahead requirement. But as the restaurant's name suggests, seafood is the specialty of the house. Lobster and Dungeness crab are exceptional.

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The best Cantonese around. Large menu includes Peking duck without the usual 24-hour call-ahead requirement. But as the restaurant's name suggests, seafood is the specialty of the house. Lobster and Dungeness crab are exceptional.

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Chow Bing is the new kid on the Grant Park area block, serving up a Chinese take on burritos, and liquor-fied bubble tea. Plenty of meaty and vegetarian options abound throughout their locally-sourced menu, but CL's Cliff Bostock recommends the taro bubble tea complete with coconut rum and vodka-laced whip cream.

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Grand Buffet II offers Buckhead location at Southside prices. The bountiful Chinese-American spread has notable "wow-golly" appeal. Much of the food tastes fresh. Grill cooks prepare many items in small batches just behind the serving line. Platters and trays are replenished often.

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Open, low-frills dining room with a giant golden Buddha near the entry, old-school servers in white shirts and black bow ties, and solid Cantonese cuisine and other Asian dishes. Serves until 3 a.m. Friday and Saturdays nights. Open until 1 a.m. the rest of the week. Eat-in, take-out, or delivery.

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Combination Indian and Chinese cuisine restaurant featuring dishes inspired by Malaysian and Thai techniques as well for a Pan Asian concept. The menu is split into vegetarian and non vegetarian with items such as pan fried chili fish, lat mai paneer, cauliflower manchurian, and more.

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Qing Mu serves traditional Chinese fare with a specialty in noodle soups. Menu items include the "Road to Shangri-La," snow peas, forest mushrooms, spinach, and tofu in a mushroom broth, and the Forbidden Kingdom," beef brisket, steamed chicken, a hot spring egg in a house broth. Diners also have the option of creating their own dish of veggies, protein, and spices.
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