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June 25, 2002
From journal "City by the Bay" for families
March 17, 2001
Far East Cafe may be one of the few restaurants on the planet that has private booths (a curtain covers the front) for the patrons (we sat in just a regular booth). High ceiling, dark wood, and decorative pieces make for a pleasant ambience.
We shared a dim sum appetizer platter, featuring eggroll, pork balls (cooked ground pork and spices....yummy), and dumplings stuffed with ground meat and spices.
The main dim sum tray had dumpling with shrimp, and dumplings with cooked pork and spices. Everything was hot, tasty, and, NOT greasy. Every other place I've had dim sum (including China!) it was been too greasy.
We each had a soft drink; our lunch selection + drink came to about $8-9/person, including tip. I hope to come back and check out other menu items!
From journal A Taste of San Jose