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good Sunday brunch at or near SFO?

Darshana Jul 30, 2001 02:41 AM

Favorite relatives will be in town for just a few hours on a late Sunday morning. Any recommendations for a pretty good brunch at or close to the SF airport?

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    Random1 Jul 30, 2001 01:00 PM

    I've had Sunday brunches at the Hyatt in Burlingame which is just down the road from SFO. They have quite a selection of food and it's pretty good too. I don't remember what they charge for it.

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    1. re: Random1
      Windy Oct 23, 2001 12:42 AM

      I always head to Hong Kong Flower Lounge, at the corner of El Camino and Millbrae Ave in Millbrae (about 4 minutes from SFO). Upscale dim sum for sure, but it's huge, fun, and very good. Don't miss the spinach dumplings and the mango pudding. Also just north on El Camino is Fook Yuen, lower key place but extremely friendly.

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      Susan Blair Jul 30, 2001 02:50 PM

      Anytime we are near the airport in the morning we try to stop by Joann's. One of the best breakfast places around.

      JoAnn's Cafe

      1131 El Camino Real (at Westborough), South San Francisco

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      1. re: Susan Blair
        Melanie Wong Jul 30, 2001 03:01 PM

        How long is the wait on a Sunday?

        Here's another vote for JoAnn's (link below).

        Link: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

        1. re: Melanie Wong
          Susan Blair Jul 30, 2001 04:23 PM

          Have not waited more than 1/2 hour - 45 min. There is no inside "waiting area" though and people just kind of congregate outside waiting for their names to be called.

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          gordon wing Jul 31, 2001 01:04 AM

          ditto on JoAnn's. Very enjoyable...good muffins, I've enjoyed a Mexican type scramble or was it an omelette? you won't go away hungry. 50's diner like atmosphere.

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