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Ton Kiang is unsurpassed - it's as simple as that. Whether you visit in the evening and order off the menu, or go during the breakfast or lunch hours for dim sum, you're going to sample the freshest, most delicious Hakka cuisine in San Francisco - at a very nice price. Dim sum favorites include fried chive and shrimp buns, shrimp and scallop dumplings, pork siu mai, fried oysters and marinated asparagus. Don't be put off by the hordes of people waiting to be seated; like most dim sum restaurants, the tables turn quickly, so you'll probably be seated in no time. Good for banquets.
- Excerpt from Tamar Love's SF Dim Sum Review
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