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Whether it’s Szechuan or Mandarin, high-end dim sum or bargain moo shu, Voice Places is your guide to Chinese food in San Francisco / Bay Area. Professional reviews and user reviews, along with listings easily searchable by neighborhood, give you all the information you need to make a great choice!

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  • Old Mandarin Islamic
    3132 Vicente | Sunset (Outer)

    People drive to this Muslim Chinese restaurant in the Outer Sunset from all over to enjoy the cook-it-yourself house specialty, Peking hot pot. A portable gas burner topped by a pot full of... More on Old Mandarin Islamic »

  • Mission Chinese Food
    2234 Mission St. | Mission/ Bernal Heights

    A Chinese restaurant within a Chinese restaurant in the Mission District, Mission Chinese Food almost defies description. Working out of Lung Shan, the formally trained Danny Bowien (winner of the... More on Mission Chinese Food »

  • Yuet Lee
    1300 Stockton St. | North Beach/ Chinatown

    Anyone unfamiliar with Cantonese food will find it hard to feel lost ordering at Yuet Lee. In fact, it'd be hard to lose sight of this Chinatown restaurant. You could probably spot that... More on Yuet Lee »

  • Yank Sing
    101 Spear St., A1 | Embarcadero

    Nothing is more culinarily satisfying than pointing at a cart of tasty-looking morsels and scarfing them down immediately, especially if they're as fresh and as imaginatively prepared as they are... More on Yank Sing »

  • Shanghai House
    3641 Balboa | Richmond (Outer)

    This small, white-walled, immaculately and brightly lit spot serves some of San Francisco's best Chinese food, from both its Shanghai and Cantonese menus, at very reasonable prices. Don't miss the... More on Shanghai House »

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  • R&G Lounge
    631 Kearny St. | North Beach/ Chinatown

    One of the world's best Cantonese restaurants, right here on the border of Chinatown and North Beach. An illustrated menu makes it easy to order, but seafood lovers shouldn't miss the... More on R&G Lounge »

  • Kingdom of Dumplings
    1713 Taraval | Sunset (Outer)

    The surroundings are worn, but the dumplings are indeed king at this tiny Chinese dim sum spot. Fresh and handmade, they range from the familiar (a respectable version of Shanghai soup dumplings)... More on Kingdom of Dumplings »

  • Bund Shanghai
    640 Jackson | North Beach/ Chinatown

    Bund Shanghai, opened at the beginning of 2009, is that rare find: a superb Chinese restaurant in Chinatown. Its conventional entrance, flanked by color photographs of some of the dishes, doesn't... More on Bund Shanghai »

  • China Village
    1335 Solano | Albany

    (Temporarily closed due to April 2012 kitchen fire.) Ignore the generic, brightly colored laminated menu and go for the simpler, though still lengthy, one that lists the spicy Sichuan specialties... More on China Village »

  • Spices!
    294 Eighth Ave. | Richmond (Inner)

    As if the name wouldn't tip you off, heat is at the heart of this Inner Richmond Taiwanese and Szechuan restaurant popular with USF kids and pepper-crazed neighborhood folks. The restaurant, whose... More on Spices! »

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