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You can now get No Name Chinese’s amazing dumplings and more at home

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil
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It was a sad day when Miami’s best Chinese restaurant, No Name Chinese, closed its doors. We thought we would never again get to have chef Pablo Zitzmann’s hand-rolled dumplings or his crunchy scallion pancakes. We’re thrilled to report we were wrong—Zitzmann is back and so are those bomb dumplings we miss so much.

He’s selling them on Instagram via @ZitzSum, formerly the No Name Chinese account, along with a few of the restaurant’s most popular dishes, including the aforementioned pancakes, fried rice and hand-pulled noodles. Everything is made-to-order and ready to eat save for the dumplings, which need to be finished off at home. Zitzmann recommends picking up a few of the dipping sauces to go along.

To order, you’ll need to screenshot the menu from Zitz Sum’s highlighted stories (we’ve dropped it here for you too) and mark up the form with your picks and the quantity. "It’s just like what you’d find at an old-school Chinese restaurant," says Zitzmann, who intentionally designed the process to be more interactive. Once you’ve filled it out and sent it back via DM, Zitzmann will be in touch about when and where you can pick it up. For now, he’s fulfilling orders to-go from the Dadeland area but plans to expand to Coral Gables and South Miami soon.

Craving dumplings right now? Not so fast—Zitz Sum is sold out for the next two weeks. Though customers are encouraged to place their orders now for April 27. Might we suggest baking something while you wait?
 

Zitz Sum menu
Photograph: Courtesy Zitz Sum

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