Inside Scoop just broke the news that the beloved, ancient, and wretchedly constructed Sam Wo, subject of this week's Rice Plate Journal, is closing after tomorrow night. Permanently.What are all the late-night drinkers going to do? SFoodie was just talking to a friend who once set himself on fire d ... More >>
We've had a lot of cheese and a lot of Scotch, but we've never thought to try them together. That's because we lack the imagination of Quince general manager Katrina Parlato, who is running a bar special this week: a Scotch and cheese pairing flight.It's not cheap, at $36. But these are not cheap ... More >>
W. Blake GrayYuet Lee's shrimp with scrambled egg rice plate, $6.50Rice Plate Journal is a yearlong project to canvas Chinatown, block by block, discovering the good, the bad, and the hopelessly mediocre. Maximum entrée price: $10. (Thanks to Caroline Chen for additional reporting.) Anyone unfa ... More >>
jtchen22/FlickrThey look even tastier in daylight.Monday, December 14, 2009 You've probably only seen Yuet Lee's bilious green interior at 1:30 a.m., when the effects of multiple vodkatonics made you only semi-sure about where you were, under fluorescents powerful enough you swore you felt y ... More >>
Thursday, August 6, 2009 Let's do lunch: Get a bellyful of classic Cantonese at a city institution. SF Weekly food critic Meredith Brody likes the crab sautéed with ginger and scallions with a plate of argus barpea shoots at Yuet Lee (1300 Stockton at Broadway). Drink therapy: A slice of ... More >>
Eating at Marnee Thai can be an education in making difficult choices.
Globe dishes out superior, lusty fare until the late-for-S.F. hour of 1 a.m.
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Specific hungers are induced by journalism -- and satisfied in short order
As he moves to N.Y., our reviewer reveals an S.F. treasure
Emmy's Spaghetti Shack
The Late Shift
Eliza's elegance is often undercut by lackluster food and perfunctory service