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From the minds (and palates!) behind Chinatown Brasserie comes this upscale, fusion dim sum joint, where deconstructed delights like filet mignon tarts, deep fried roll-up pastrami sandwiches, Korean shrimp-and-pork rice cakes and “shumai shooters” (shots of carrot-ginger juice topped with a dumpling) replace the traditional egg rolls and chicken dishes that usually fill Americanized Chinese food menus.