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This place offers the best dumplings and beef soup with Chinese noodles in town. Try the "steam pork buns" (a.k.a. soup dumplings). Wait until they are cool, then pop one in your mouth. It's a perfect soup, meatball and dumpling experience.
I love this place, I've been coming here now for over four yrs and about twice a month. Also since I've been coming here my standards too has risen for Chinese food. I have turned about four friends onto Fu Fu Cafe and they ended up coming on their own. Please try Fu Fu Cafe trust me you had worst, their "Hot Spicy Chicken" & "Chinese Broccoli & Beef w/Crispy Flat Noodle" the to die for. We're wasting your time and experience ordering "Sweet & Sour Chicken", please try real Chinese food!
Fu Fu Cafe is always packed and not over priced too. Bon Appetit has written about it, of one of the restaurants to eat in Houston. Of all the restaurants in the strip Fu Fu's at it's the "only" one full and people waiting outside the door to eat.
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The soup dumplings, or "steamed pork buns," as indicated on Fu Fu's menus, are small, doughy bags of concentrated broth and meat eagerly waiting to erupt in your mouth. These meaty morsels are both amazingly delicious and amazingly hot. If you're not careful, you'll scorch your lips, tongue, gums and anything else the molten inner liquids come into contact with. But handled correctly, you would find yourself with a new addiction. More »
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