Tuesday, April 30, 2013

S&T Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant - San Francisco

This is one of those restaurants where you'll see the local Chinese folks hanging out in. During the weekends, this place is packed with families having dim sum lunch. When you go during the week, you'll see the more the the retired folks and the restaurant is a lot quieter. They don't push carts in here, they have the paper and pencil method. So if you don't speak or read Chinese, you can still eat here. The English names of some of the dim sum items were a bit confusing but I just asked the waiter in Chinese and it was all good. On the walls inside the restaurant, they show photos of Hong Kong celebrities who have dined in their restaurant. Those photos were one of the reason why I went back to eat there a second time. But their food is good and the dim sum is pretty big. The prices are a bit high but if you're coming here with the family, someone else is probably going to end up stealing the bill from you and paying.

2578 Noriega St
(between 32nd Ave & 33rd Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94122
(415) 665-8338

Shrimp Dumplings (Ha Gau)

Salted Egg Custard Buns (Lau Sa Bao)

Shanghai Style Buns (Xaio Long Bao)

Green Onion Pancakes

Bell Peppers w/ Fishcake

Portuguese Tart

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