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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 at Yank Sing, one of the city's top Chinese dim sum parlors. This bustling upscale SOMA destination serves 60-plus freshly prepared gourmet snack items daily, including lobster dumplings, bacon-wrapped prawns, and black mushroom spring rolls, stuffed crab claws, curried chicken turnovers, sliced Peking duck, and a wide array of fried, grilled, steamed, and baked delicacies. Get the refreshing mango pudding for dessert. Al fresco seating on weekends; full bar.
this is the best dim sum i've ever had. i make at least one visit here when i go to the bay area. they serve the traditional dishes as well as some western influence dim sum. the portions are bigger than normal and the prices reflect that. they also make a chili sauce that rocks! good thing it is sold at local asian supermarkets. this place gets packed pretty fast on the weekends so if you go please go early.
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This large, efficient eatery in the middle of the large, efficient Rincon Center is less charming than the old, rickety Yank Sing of memory, but the dim sum on the rolling carts are still as fresh and appealing as ever. The carts appear at your table with blinding speed after you're seated, and it's tempting just to say yes to everything that's on them. But hold out for some specialties: not just bao, siu mai, and pot stickers, good as they are, but also shrimp and chive dumplings, soup... More »
The debate continues over who serves the freshest, tastiest, most inventive dim sum in San Francisco: Ton Kiang in the Richmond or Yank Sing downtown. Both serve an astonishing variety of brightly flavored tidbits hot from the kitchen. Both boast lively, attractive, upscale surroundings ideal for every sort of occasion. Both uphold dim sum's immediate-gratification traditions via fragrant steam carts wheeled right to your table. Yank Sing's only real edge, in fact, is the magnificent Ramos... More »
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