More than 80 kinds of dim sum are served in this Chinese restaurant located
in Union Square. Carts with show food are wheeled through the dining room by staff, wearing red vests and bow ties. Prices are not revealed when you order, so beware of choosing more than your belly can accommodate. We tried the beef
dumplings ($3.88) -- a trio of the softest stuffed pasta one will ever taste. The Chilean sea bass roll ($6.88)
included four pieces of delightfully deep fried goodness -- though of course the fish is disappearing so the place has little concern for sustainability. We also chose Chinese
broccoli ($5.88) and a modest dessert of sesame seed balls with red bean paste ($3.99). Excellent.
Service is questionable and tip is required. We had to wait 20 minutes for a check which came without prices. I had to walk to the register to pay.
138 Cyril Magnin Street, San Francisco