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  1. The dim sum at O’Asian is good. It even meets Karen’s Singaporean standards for good dim sum. We’ve been twice and the only thing to avoid is the Shrimp Toast (interesting cubist look, but way too oily).

    The decor is a little odd for dim sum (the restaurant used to be a Ruth’s Chris Steak House), but the seating is very comfortable. The only thing about O’Asian that makes me think P.F. Chang’s is the decor.

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