Went for dim sum breakfast, but the dumplings were cold! Then settled on won ton soup, but the soup broth had a real strange taste to it.. Cheap, yes, but you get what you pay for..
delicous dim sums and filled buns for a small price. we felt as we were in china and not in san francisco. staff was very friendly, could hardly speak english but took care that we got a great meal.
This is a wonderful place for dim sums. They had fresh dim sums made and served. All kinds of dim sums are available here. Totally authentic ingredients and perfectly made.
$4.60 for a late afternoon (5:00P.M.) snack. Late in the day for dim sum...we wondered how long the items had been sitting out on the plastic wrap covered tray by the door. We took our chances, and here I am now writing about it. The...More
I went here twice in two days. The first time was on a food tour of Chinatown where we had the dim sum. the shumai was delicious. I had asked our tour guide where to find yo toa and he showed it to me. So...More
Chance upon this Dim Sum place by chance as Five of us were looking for Asian Food early in the morning as we walk to ChinaTown from Union Square. Five of us eat a total of US$26 which include Shumai/Porriage/steam Pork ribs/Fried Spring Rolls/Steam BBQ...More
This establishment failed us today ! We've had so many Chinese cuisine and today's meal definitely disappointed us! The bill - almost $40 was not worth it for 3 dimsum baskets and 3 bowls of soup. The broth was so bland that we kept pouring...More
Came across this place by weaving through tons of people in Chinatown. They had the best baked pork buns ever at a great price $.50 / each. Their pineapple buns were a bit dry as it didn't have any filling. Shumai was yummy as well...More
I used to travel to San Francisco a lot and made my way to Chinatown for a Dim Sum experience. I have been to this place three times now and will pronounce it my favorite place for an authentic Dim Sum experience! Be prepared for...More