Yank Sing Restaurant
Rincon Center
101 Spear Street
San Francisco, CA
(415) 957-9300

49 Stevenson Street
San Francisco, CA
(415) 541-4949
Wishing you a year of Happiness and Good Fortune!
"Revered as an established dim sum den in the Bay Area, two tiny words (Yank Sing) are bound to rouse any San Franciscan for these sumptuous treats. Delivering on food quality and a pleasant aura, Yank Sing's Shanghai soup dumplings stuffed with moist ground pork and a burst of broth are near mythical....Char siu bao (fluffy barbecue pork buns) are smokey and tender; ha gau (shrimp dumplings) are a standout; and chicken feet are a lovely addiction. Over-ordering can be a hazard, but with to-go boxes on the ready, savor your leftovers later."
Michelin Guide 2014 - San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country Restaurants

"The carts roll by in rapid succession" ferrying "phenomenal" dim sum (including "delectable" dumplings and some "unusual offerings") at this Rincon Center brunch/lunch place and its smaller nearby branch tucked away in a SoMa alleyway; the food comes with "efficient" service and "refined surroundings"......, and while there's "quite a wait at lunchtime", admirers assure it's "always a hit."
ZAGAT 2014 - San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants

Hunan Homes
622 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
415 982-2844
(bet: Grant and Kearny)
"Best kept secret in Chinatown!" Exceptional food and service! Eat here before or after the Chinese New Year Parade!
R & G Lounge
631 Kearny Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
R&G Lounge showcases traditional Cantonese style cuisine using a wide assortment of fresh ingredients unique only to Chinese food. Menu highlights include the world famous signature Salt & Pepper Dungeness Crab, R&G Special Beef, a vast assortment of fresh seafood (live from the tank), traditional Chinese dishes such as delicious vegetarian selections and unique in-house prepared specials such as duck and clay pots. Don't forget to accompany your meal with our specialty martinis such as fresh watermelon, mango, or lychee martinis.
New Asia Restaurant
772 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
Located in the heart of San Francisco Chinatown. Established in 1987, and was called Asia Garden. Now New Asia Restaurant is one of the most popular restaruants in the area. Serving dim sum everyday. Popular ballroom dance with live music from Tuesday to Friday. Parties/Banquets can accommodate up to 120 tables. Live band, music equipment, and dance floor can be arranged in advance. Please call for special pricing.
Washington Bakery and Restaurant
733 Washington Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 397-3232
Far East Cafe
631 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 982-3245
Far East Cafe is centrally located in the heart of Chinatown and is two blocks away from the gateway of Chinatown and directly across from the Old St.Mary's Church. Far East Cafe cordially invites you to our enchanting restaurant that will bring you back in time. The restaurant itself has been established since 1920. As you and your visitors enter the doorway, they will be overwhelm by the palace chandeliers hanging from our high ceilings, painted murals on the walls, the carved screens, and the emperor's throne. These delicate artwork were brought over from China over a hundred years ago.
Dim Sum Club
2550 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 529-2615
Tucked into the Da Vinci Villa hotel, the restaurant features clean, bright contemporary decor. The menu features an assortment of dim sum, dumplings, noodles and buns served through the day, while the dinner menu has more substantial, family-style dishes. Specialties to try include the Shanghai soup dumplings, one bite through the paper thin casing releases the flavorful, aromatic broth and is a must-try. Besides this, other favorites include the pot-stickers and the tasty noodle rolls in various fillings like spare ribs, fish and stuffed mushroom with black bean sauce.
Mister Jiu's
28 Waverly Place
San Francisco
(415) 857-9688
Reservations recommended, not required
Mister Jiu's is a Michelin-starred Chinese American restaurant located in the heart of Chinatown. Chef Brandon Jew has created a special banquet menu to celebrate Chinese New Year and it will be served through February 11, 2017.

Gung Hay Fat Choy
Year of the Rooster Banquet Menu
(available through February 11, 2017 in addition to the regular a la carte menu)

White Cut Chicken Galantine
ginger, scallion, quail egg

Foie Gras Torchon
sweet longan, sour green apple

Rooster Wonton Soup
buddha hand citron, leeks, nettles

Braised Chicken "Lions Head" Meatball
savoy cabbage, winter black truffles, daikon

Peking Roasted Squab
salted plum, gold turnips

Frozen Soy Milk
red bean, chocolate

6-courses at $125 per person
Wine pairings are $75 per person
Tomokazu Restaurant
1101 Howard Avenue
Burlingame, CA 94010
(650) 340-8766
Cafe Orchid
9 El Camino Real
Millbrae, CA 94030
(650) 697-3988

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