The First Annual L Magazine Restaurant Awards 

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205 Sackett St., Bklyn
At Eton Chan's eponymous dumpling shop—and now at its Sackett Street outpost, Eton II—the meat and vegetable noodle soups are the perfect winter-warmer. The broth is rich and full-bodied, and the noodles themselves are pulled into shape by hand, without the help of any tools or machines. Staffers train for months to learn the technique, and the result—an impossibly delicate, melt-in-your-mouth noodle—is worth the wait.

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