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Yank Sing Restaurants

 Based on 87 ratings from across the web
Category: Restaurants, Chinese Restaurants, Carry Out Restaurants
49 Stevenson St, San Francisco, CA 94105




27 Reviews of Yank Sing Restaurants

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Overpriced for dim sum by Jacquie P. on Feb 3, 2009

I'm not sure if it's because our whole party was Caucasian but we got offered mostly fried dishes none of the traditional dim sum. While the food was all very tasty, the atmosphere was loud and we had a long wait. There's...
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Best dim sum, big price. by Celstrial on Nov 2, 2006

No broken dumpling skins, no under seasoned/over seasoned foods. This is how all dim sum should strive to be done. But of course, greatness always has a price... and this place is pricey. Dim sum on sunday for 2 was $90....
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No title by C0cooned on Oct 25, 2006

Sub par: I'm not quite sure why there are rave reviews of Yank Sing. Save yourself some money and go to Mayflower on Geary between 26th and 27th. Don't bother with Tong Kiang...
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Overrated dim sum by nayiak on Aug 5, 2006

If you want more authentic dim sum, I would recommend the Canton Dim Sum Seafood Restaurant down on Hawthorne and Folsom, much more authentic and good dim sum. Yes, the serving staff in Yank Sing speaks English, if that is...
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Great experience by berkshirebt on Jul 18, 2006

The funniest part was when we were trying to find out what one particular item was. The waitress kept trying to tell us what it was but we could not understand her. Finally she pointed to her throat and said inside chicken...
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Great food by jenrey76 on Jun 17, 2006

This place has the best dim sum I have ever tasted. The have a very larrge selection. Went in between lunch and dinner hours and had no problem being seated. The servers were not very friendly but the food made up for it....
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Excellent, but overpriced by Dragonfly972 on Jun 27, 2006

The food, I feel, is quite fresh and delicious. You must understand the dynamics of dim sum though. Servers whisking around with carts full of freshly prepared small plates of food. You will quickly gobble up several plates...
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Still The Best by huskyduck on Apr 24, 2006

Lobster dumplings, sea bass dumplings, pork shumai, green beans, Peking duck all excel. If you don't see what you like, just ask to special order and you will get your request promptly. The dessert tarts are a great way to...
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No title by 808eats on Mar 30, 2009
PRICEY!!! about triple the usual price for dimsum, but you also get triple the service than the usual no frills eateries. My grandma is...
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Boutique Dim Sum by IronStomach,Brookline, MA on Feb 20, 2008

The fried stuffed taro pockets, though smaller than usual, are piping hot, even when they emerge from the carts. And I cannot recall another dim sum establishment where one can order Peking duck by the slice! Wow, this is...
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