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Ton Kiang

  • Blogs

    February 8, 2012

    San Francisco's Top 10 Dim Sum Restaurants

    ​What better way to spend a weekend morning than over dim sum? Waitresses keep offering you tidbits of pork and shrimp, your endless pot of tea gets refilled without asking if you leave the lid up (there's a veteran tip), and at almost every place on this list, six people can eat until you're bore ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 8, 2011

    We Ordered "Crude Drugs Chicken Feet"

    W. Blake Gray​We saw this menu and of course we had to order No. 46. We think drugs are simply too refined these days. Who needs heroin, for example, when you can have opium? So how was the dish? We had an extreme reaction. We'll tell all in the next installment of our ongoing series of revie ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 8, 2011

    Why Are There No Chinese Restaurants on OpenTable?

    myhsu/FlickrR&G Lounge: One of San Francisco's best restaurants, but not on OpenTable.​ San Francisco-based OpenTable.com isn't just successful, it practically has a monopoly on mid-to-high-priced restaurants in this town, from a small neighborhood bistro like Bia's to destinations like Chez ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 27, 2011

    South Sea Seafood Village: Special Tea, Good Siu Mai

    Photos by W. Blake Gray​Most dim sum houses have a selection of tea, but don't usually advertise it. Somebody says, "Tea?" You say yes, and you get a pot of watery oolong made from the cheapest tea bags available. South Sea Seafood Village has a small sideline in selling imported teas, includ ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 25, 2011

    Yet Wah: Dim Sum That's Close to Ton Kiang (Physically, Anyway)

    Photos by W. Blake GrayPan fried chive dumplings​Because it's only a couple blocks from Ton Kiang, which has some of the biggest crowds outside of any dim sum restaurant in town, Yet Wah gets occasional spillover business. But the main crowd is mostly locals, mostly speaking Chinese. The room ... More >>

  • Dining

    March 31, 2010
  • Blogs

    December 24, 2009

    Where to Celebrate Christmas, Jewish Style

    T. PalmerNothing says Christmas quite like potstickers.​We're not sure exactly how the modern Jewish tradition of eating in Chinese restaurants on Christmas started, aside from a shared interest in keeping kosher. But we do know from experience that nothing defines this particular holiday quite li ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 14, 2009

    Throwing Your Gastric Juices a Bone: A SFoodie Lunch Planner

    ​Monday, September 14, 2009 So maybe you spent the weekend masticating maple bars, pepperoni slices, and curly fries -- a sound strategy for squeegeeing away alcohol and its effects -- but give your grease-drenched duodenum a break, for chrissake. Take SF Weekly food critic Meredith Brody's a ... More >>

  • Dining

    May 7, 2008

    Lucky Spot Hot Pot

    Sichuan cuisine spices up the Portola District.

  • Dining

    April 12, 2006

    Crazy Cheap, Crazy Good

    First-rate Cantonese food and cut-rate prices at Best Panda

  • Dining

    December 31, 2003

    Urban Explorer

    Some of the best things our critic consumed in a year of eating around a constantly evolving town

  • Dining

    December 3, 2003

    Stuck on You

    Roaming the streets of San Francisco in search of the perfect pot sticker

  • Best of San Francisco

    May 14, 2003
  • Dining

    March 26, 2003

    The Asian Collection

    On exhibit: Vietnamese, Cambodian, Korean, and Chinese restaurants

  • Best of San Francisco

    May 15, 2002

    Best Dim Sum

    Yank Sing

  • Dining

    August 29, 2001
  • Best of San Francisco

    May 23, 2001
  • Dining

    January 31, 2001

    Sum Kind of Wonderful

    Dim Sum venues in Chinatown

  • Best of San Francisco

    May 17, 2000

    Best Dim Sum

    Ton Kiang

  • Dining

    January 19, 2000
  • Dining

    September 15, 1999

    Just Eat It

    Ton Kiang

  • Dining

    June 16, 1999
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