An English sign at the front so it's easier to find. It located on west street at the start very close the bus station (west street bends around the corner from the main drag and it's up that way).
We order 3 plates of dumplings and a few beers. pork with chives, shrimp and also vegetable.
The plate is about 12 on a plate served on rice paper. I think ours came fried on the bottom and we wanted steam (you ask for fried - so maybe worth stated you want steamed it's that's the way you want to go). The pork and chive was excellent, shrimp was average and using the dried shrimp you can buy in shops, vegetables was good but nothing special.
I would not say this place was the best but it's a solid performer. At 10:00am you can go and watch and learn how they make e dumplings which is a nice tough.
All in all a good experience but not king.
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