The dim sum is good and full of people. You need to get there earlier. The waiters and waitresses is not so friendly. We ordered lots of food and able to finish them all. It is one of the best dim sum in SF Chinatown
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We went to that place because there is picture of President Obama on the front (where he went previously). Nice place, with nice food. But crowded (we just waited 10 minutes to be seated). A lot of tourist but also local people (food is good).
I came for lunch for dimsum. Line was long. Pretty long wait. Had pictures of dimsum dishes which you pick at and write in an order sheet. Service was not that good. When I was brought to the table they did not even had a...More
Over 50 dim sum items, but you can also order off the menu. Good size restaurant, we ate in the lower level. Clean and open atmosphere, the wait service is efficient.
This was an Asian restaurant almost totally populated by Asians when we stopped in for lunch, so we knew we were in the right place for top-notch cuisine. It is family-friendly, large, well lit, and very welcoming. Not all the staff is totally adept at...More
We had planned on going to Dim Sum as it was a recommended experience. On our way to the restaurant that we had chosen we ran into a City Ambassador who gave us this local recommendation. He said that both were fine but this one...More
By coincidence, we stepped into this restaurant during our visit at the Chinese quarter in SF. We got the last table as the restaurant was full for a Sunday evening. There is a huge menu and the food came quickly. The quality and size was...More
TERRIBLE!!!! Second to WORST CHINESE FOOD I EVER HAD. They have a picture of President Obama visiting there so we thought it HAD to be good. They must have served the President something other than what they gave us, or he would NOT have been...More
Far tastier Chinese food in tiny and even larger restaurants. Egg rolls completely forgettable; you could buy something similar from a market and heat it. Pot stickers not sticky but doughy. Mu shu pork wrappers came dry and cold. We were with kids who enjoyed...More
We had a very nice dinner here. We walked from the Fairmont, so we had our fill of hills, both up and down, but were recommended this restaurant. The fried shrimp dumplings were excellent, as was the hot and sour soup and the wonton soup...More