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Moved to SF from East Bay - is there a Shan Dong equivalent in SF?

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paprikaSF Jul 22, 2006 02:23 AM

Still driving to Oakland's Chinatown for dumplings, handcut noodles, and dry braised green beans at Shan Dong (10th and Webster).

Would love to find something equally satisfying in SF - Clement St? Chinatown?

Pls help!

  1. yimster Jul 23, 2006 07:15 PM

    Most of the dishes are presented better at the Shan Dong in San Francisco. The menu has a lot more dishes. But there is no knife cut noodles, but the noodles are house made and have a better texture of strandard noodles.

    Under seafood at about 17 dollars is a dish translated at as 2 sheets really worth trying but if have a party of three or four since it is a ;arge serving. Shrimp, scallops, beef shank, ming bean sheets and vegetables.

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      theSauce Jul 23, 2006 06:07 PM

      San Tung on Irving street blows San Dong in Oakland. The only thing they don't have at San Tung is the big meat or veggie bun or baozi.

      1. K K Jul 22, 2006 09:07 AM

        I would have thought someone might have suggested San Tung on Irving in SF by now for the same type of cuisine (though I am not aware of knife cut noodles at San Tung).

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        1. re: K K
          Melanie Wong Jul 22, 2006 04:22 PM

          And, here's a current thread on San Tung for some details.

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

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