The utensils: disposable. The plate: a compostable takeout clamshell. The ambience: the warm glow of signs for A&W and KFC. The food, however, might be the best soup dumplings in Richmond, BC—and that’s saying something.
R&H Chinese Food holds a prime corner spot in the Lansdowne mall food court, a blackboard listing combo specials in both English and Chinese. Behind a plastic curtain—a Covid addition—one worker diligently presses lumps of dough beneath the heel of her hand, then rolls them flat enough for the xiao long bao filling. The fresh-made dumplings will travel through steamer baskets before landing, ever so briefly, in the takeout containers, carried
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