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Z & Y Restaurant claims to be the only restaurant in the Bay Area to offer the cuisine of China's Yunnan province. For a sample, try the Yunnan traditional noodle soup (better known as Crossing the Bridge noodles), Yunnan steamed chicken in clay pot, or Yunnan ham with green pepper. The Chinatown restaurant also dishes up some of the best Sichuan food in S.F.: The "spicy numbing pig tongue" and "spicy [your favorite meat here] with flaming chile oil" should satisfy the most jaded chile-head. The friendly staff's English is limited, so the place could be problematic for those with dietary restrictions, and if you want to use the delivery service you'd better pick up a menu beforehand so you can order by number.
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The next time your best friend pretends she's not dieting but "cleansing her body of toxins" with a little bout of self-starvation, one-up her by embarking on an internal sweat lodge, otherwise known as Z&Y's fish with flaming chile oil. A bowl of liquid the happy, prosperous color of glowing coals arrives at the table, and when you reach into its depths to pull out fat, white pieces of fish, you must hold them over the bowl long enough for most -- but not all -- of the crimson... More »