hyphenated chinese restaurants?
Grace Young frequently mentions cuisines from the Chinese diaspora: Chinese-Jamaican, Chinese Peruvian, Chinese-Mexican, etc. Interesting.
What are some good (tasty, not yuppie) Chinese-XXXXX restaurants in the Bay Area?
and who is Grace Young? The owners of Inka's are ethnic Chinese Peruvians, but the food is pretty traditional Peruvian.
The best hyphenated restaurants in the Bay Area are not Chinese + something else.
I'd nominate the unlikely Avatars in Sausalito for its Punjabi-Mexican and Punjabi-Jamaican dishes.
3299 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Grace Young is a San Francisco native who is an authority on stir-frying (Breath of a Wok, Stir-frying to the Sky's Edge). Her family owned one of the largest restaurants in Chinatown, Sun Hung Heung (now Chinatown Restaurant).
Even "traditional" Peruvian fare has Chinese influences. Lomo Saltado, for instance, is a Peruvian-Chinese invention.
There are a few places serving Desi Chinese standards, but I'm not current on who's good at Chinese-Indian these days. This would be dishes like chili chicken, gobi manchurian, hakka noodles, etc. Anyone?