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Update on Harbour Village (in San Fran) for dim sum

Gary Cheong Jul 31, 1998 10:51 AM

I had previously mentioned Harbour Village in San
Francisco for dim sum. Well, I was just there this
past weekend -- I am taking back the recommendation !

It has gone very seriously downhill. The service was
SLOW (we had only 2 dishes on our table after 25
minutes), and whatever we had was awful beyond belief.

Ton Kiang on Geary Blvd. is still good, I am told.

  1. c
    Chris Bridges Aug 3, 1998 07:38 PM

    Had a real nice meal at Ton Kiang on Geary a couple of
    weeks ago. Excellent salt & pepper shrimp, ong choy
    with fermented bean curd, and good pot stickers too....


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    1. re: Chris Bridges
      Gary Cheong Aug 3, 1998 11:22 PM

      You went to the one on Geary & 22nd Ave (give or take
      a few blocks) right ? Do you have the exact address
      for us 'hounds here ? I really regret not going there
      last week.

      1. re: Gary Cheong
        Chris Bridges Aug 4, 1998 07:21 PM

        It was the newer one, out in the Richmond district. I
        was really impressed with how Geary and Clement Streets
        out there are lined with interesting-looking Asian and
        other restaurants. Reminds me just a little of Ninth
        Avenue...Too bad I didn't have enough time to check
        them all out...

        The address, according to my Fodor's, is 5821 Geary.
        The other one is at 3148.


    2. m
      Michele Fuchs Aug 2, 1998 10:19 AM

      Gary, I am in Jersey this weekend so let's talk early next week.

      I have about 3 weeks until San Fran, so you better start putting together a list for me. I am putting all my
      trust in your recommendations.

      Did you get up to Napa? Anything interesting to report?

      How was the opening? I don't remember the name of the restaurant .

      Sperak to you soon, Michele

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