Shumai, KJ Dim Sum & Seafood Restaurant

The Strip’s newest dim sum spot is bright and bustling, the familiar scene of carts stacked with steamers making their way across the room. Four shumai dumplings fill a steamer, their pale yellow wrappers filled with a savory mixture of ground shrimp and pork. Grab them off the cart while they’re warm and fresh, as these plump, earthy dumplings serve as a great gauge for the other 55 or so dim sum dishes floating around the room.

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