Payment Options:  Visa, MC Hours:  Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm Sat: 10am-3pm Serves:  Breakfast, Lunch Features:  Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out,    &nb... more
Simple, straight-forward Chinese food, from Fried Rice to Mongolian Beef.   Don't enter with any false illusions, this place is good for the most part, but nothing amazing. more
Serving San Francisco since 1980, Brandy Ho's restaurant is one of the most popular landmarks on the San Francisco dining scene. Acclaimed by numerous Bay Area food critics, it has also been hailed by publications around the world as a "must visit"... more
One of the best chinese restaurants in San Francisco offering authentic Chinese Cuisine and Spicy Szechuan Specialties, as well as Mandarin Style Dim Sum. more
Restaurateurs George Chen and Cindy Wong-Chen are pleased to announce their newest concept, China Live San Francisco, a ~30,000-square-foot culinary and cultural destination in the heart of Chinatown. China Live is the city’s newest must-visit... more
Chinatown Restaurant offers delicious dining, takeout and delivery to San Francisco. Chinatown Restaurant is a cornerstone in the San Francisco community and has been recognized for its outstanding Chinese cuisine, excellent service and friendly s... more
Great dim sum.   Slightly pricey though. more
Dragon Beaux accommodates up to to 196 guests, offering a modern twist on the popular dim sum or hot pot from Koi Palace’s traditional menu with choices of premium Chinese tea for lunch. more
While seeking to showcase cuisines from all around China, we prepare each dish with the freshest ingredients possible, and make all of our potstickers, mu shu pancakes and duck buns by hand. Regional wines and select teas have been thoughtfully chose... more
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This modern eatery - where visitors can watch dumplings being made fresh right before their eyes -is casual, social and fun.  The menu focuses on freshly-made dumplings in the Asian tradition. Think locally sourced ingredients, unique filling... more
Eden Silk Road Cuisine always provides authentic Uyghur and Chinese halal food. The diversity of authentic Silk Road Cuisine has been contributed the myriad of local ethnic minorities such as Uyghur, Uzbek and Kazah. Chinese halal food appeared over... more
Chinese-California cuisine in a modern, comfortable atmosphere: Matisse prints on the walls, colorful lighting fixtures, tropical plants. The setting creates an anticipation that is only augmented by good reviews and the happy faces of those already... more
Enjoy Vegetarian Restaurant is the creation of a family owned and operated team. Our "vegetarian meets Chinese cuisine" restaurant has a diverse and flavorful menu that draws specific inspiration from our Buddhist roots. Our menu is based on high-qua... more
Eric's possibly has the best Chinese food in Noe Valley or the Mission. A subtle difference is the spiciness of the food. A lot of the dishes have hot peppers, so if that's a problem, let your server know before you order. The mango beef is a favorit... more
By far the fanciest Chinese restaurant we've ever seen, the Far East Cafe is deceptively inexpensive; although you'll dine in a mahogany-panelled room draped with red velvet curtains, you'll pay a pittance for some really yummy food. The dim sum is u... more
Hakkasan has redefined the modern Chinese fine-dining experience. “Modern authenticity” is at the heart of everything from the design of its chic, sensuous interior to the execution of its Michelin-starred modern Cantonese menu, to an exp... more
A Chinese, Dim Sum restaurant in the Outer Richmond. more
Probably the best-known Chinese restaurant in the city. Serves up delicious, inexpensive meals to locals and travelers alike. Note: The restaurant is usually very crowded and the seating is cramped. more
For Asian post-festival cravings, it doesn't get better than Hunan 2. Affordable and classic, it offers hot and sour soup, a variety of curries and steamy pot stickers, and while the dishes are quite basic, after a day of gigs and dancing, they might... more
Joe's is a cornerstone of the community and has been recognized for its outstanding Chinese cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff. more
Delicious, hand-made Won Tons are hard to come by and Just Won Ton is definitely worthy of your visit. These little ravioli-like creations are yummy! Won Tons are served in hot broth - they're cheap and good for you. more
We use only the freshest and natural ingredients to prepare every dish.   Each dish is cooked in a healthy way to provide a nutritious meal. Much attention has been attached to create a cozy and inviting ambiance where you could enjoy a great me... more
Dine on traditional and creative fare at M.Y. China. Its exciting atmosphere features noodle dancers, as well as themed decor and a open kitchen for guests to observe the skillful chefs. M.Y. China's Executive Chef Yong Dong Wu has created a variety... more
Mama Ji’s serves home-style Sichuan Chinese food and delicious dim sum.   No reservations. more
From SF Chronicle:  Mister Jiu’s opens with a five-course set-price menu, at $69 per person, whose dishes will be served family-style: Diners might begin with a lotus-root salad and a tureen of hot-and-sour fish soup with nasturtiums, fol... more
Late-night options slim, we settled on the only place that came to mind: My Canh on Broadway a few doors up from Sam's. To be honest, we weren't expecting too much from the nondescript storefront that was virtually empty save a large table of Vietnam... more
Not amazing food or ambiance.  Yet New Sun Hong Kong has tons of fans.   Maybe it's because it's in the center of it all, on a corner of Broadway and Columbus.   Maybe it's nostalgia of a fun night out in North Beach - open t... more
No.1 SF BBQ offers Chinese BBQ (+ lots of great skewers), giving diners a look at another side of Chinese cuisine.  The food is really good; if you're a meat eater, almost nothing beats BBQ and beer. No.1 SF BBQ is on the first floor, Paramount... more
This is a great place for authentic Chinese cuisine. If you want to know why the Shanghai style of cooking is so popular, definintely check this place out. On the pricey side. more
R & G Lounge is mostly known as that "quirky" karaoke bar, but it's also one of the best Chinese restaurants in town. So not only do you get a good laugh, you get great food. The salt-and-pepper prawns or crab and the oysters in a clay pot are very g... more
Shanghai Dumpling King is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients. more
The gleaming neon that hit us from the storefront foreshadowed what we were in for inside: Chinese boy band music and Hello Kitty meets Spice Girls décor. The food was equally loud: crunchy beef tendon with an alarming numbing quality, surpris... more
Tēo is derived from the origins of our cuisine, Teo Chew, also known as Chui Chow or Chaozhou. We are not only a restaurant & bar. We are the place where: ​ * locals make new friends; * startups meet; * companies and organizaations h... more
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... more
At Wonderland, all of our food is made with fresh ingredients. Our famous pork pot stickers are handmade daily, never frozen.  We care about healthy, fresh food. Our American-style, Chinese food offers non-MSG, vegetarian, and vegan options. more
Once the best dim sum joint in the city, Yank Sing has fallen off a tiny bit since its move from the Financial District. The food is still wonderful, but you'll pay dearly for it, with the bill topping $75 for a lunch for two. If you can afford to ea... more
Once the best dim sum joint in the city, Yank Sing has fallen off a tiny bit since its move from the Financial District. The food is still wonderful, but you'll pay dearly for it, with the bill topping $75 for a lunch for two. If you can afford to ea... more
Yuet Lee is a traditional favorite, staying open until 3 am. After going out on the town, this place will actually set you straight with great seafood that is fairly inexpensive. The clay-pot dishes are also good and healthy. more