]Not much has changed at this banquet-room-style restaurant since I was a kid. And that’s fine by me, because I always know what I’m going to get—ultra-fresh, expertly made, not-greasy dumplings and other little-plate delicacies carted around the carpeted dining room for me to pick and choose as I like. The childhood favorites—stuffed crab claw, har gau, taro root dumplings, and Peking duck—still do the trick, alongside about 60 other temptations that make an appearance each day. A downside, if there is one, is the price: You’ll pay double what you’d spend in the Richmond District or Chinatown, where dim sum is an everyday part of delicious San Francisco life.
San Francisco› Restaurant
101 Spear St. (at Mission St.)
Our Rating Neighborhood SoMa Hours Mon–Fri 11am–3pm, Sat–Sun 10am–4pm Transportation
Bus: 14. BART: Embarcadero.Phone 415/781-1111 Prices Dishes $6–$27 Cuisine Type Dim Sum Web site Yank Sing
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