If there were a contest to find San Francisco's most eccentric restaurant, Jai Yun would be a strong finalist. This eight-year-old Shanghai-style place, recently relocated from its original Pacific Ave. hole-in-the-wall location to a nicer, larger space on Clay (most recently the site of Flying Pan Bistro), is open only three hours a day, six nights a week. You must make reservations at least one day in advance, but the phone is often answered by chef Nei Chia Ji, whose English isn't always up... More >>>