Dim Sum for 10 - recs?
We usually go to Yank Sing as a New Years ritual. Like to try something different, and hopefully better. Fresh, authentic, good service. Not real high end. Is it true to try to get a table near the kitchen?
Yet Wah on Clement
Ton Kiang on Geary
What about City View? Any others?
Thanks in advance.
Recently a fellow hound said the Riverside in the Parkside area had good dim sum and S&T (it may have a newer name) in Sunset is also good. Both are in San Francisco.
But even if HKFL in not good there is still a lot of higher end dim sum places in Millbare.
The first three are walking distance from BART.
But be aware both New Year's Day are real busy and for a party of ten you sure call now to get a reservation.
But do report back on which you are going to.
Hong Kong Flower Lounge in Millbrae has better food than either of the places you've listed and is less expensive and high end than Yank Sing. With easy BART and freeway access, I find it takes no longer to get there than to many of the places in the RIchmond.
It's where I do all my unruly family gatherings. If you want to stay in the city, I've had good experiences at Mayflower but haven't been recently.
I'm a little concerned about recommending HKFL, given pane's and Jasmin's reports of their office lunches there. Also, it has changed ownership recently, as has been reported by Gary. Here's a link to the pending transfer of the ABC license and temporary permit, http://www.abc.ca.gov/datport/LQSData...
Hong Kong Flower Lounge
51 Millbrae Ave, Millbrae, CA 94030